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Search to Get Underway for New City Manager/Administrator

A search for a person that will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the City of Flint is about to get underway. Emergency Manager Darnell Earley told Flint City Council that "the position I will be advertising for will be a city manager" and "it is my intent to begin that process in the next two weeks

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Should Flint Have a City Manager?

Flint Attorney Terry Bankert joined Brenda and Dan today to talk about revising the Flint City Charter.  Bankert favors a city manager model for the city of Flint,  a change that would required revision of the Charter.   Former City Administrator Darnell Early is an exampl

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