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Flint EFM Ed Kurtz Announces Plans to Step Down

Flint Emergency Financial Manager Ed Kurtz has announced he will be stepping down.

According to WNEM, Kurtz formally submitted his resignation on Wednesday and will leave 30 days from then.

The announcement comes just a week after Kurtz released the city's Fiscal Year 2014 budget, one that did

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City Council Looks at Proposals to Get Out From Under EM

The Flint City Council met on Tuesday and talks centered on proposals to Governor Snyder to get the city out from underneath the control of an emergency manager.

Flint Mayor Dayne Walling told MLive the discussio

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Detroit News Poll Shows Voters Keeping EM Law

A poll released by the Detroit News says if the election were held today, "Michigan's emergency manager law would survive a referendum."

Of the likely voters surveyed statewide, the 2011 law giving state-appointed managers broad powers to suspend union contracts would pass by a margin of 53 percent to 33

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Ed Kurtz Named Flint’s EFM, Retains Michael Brown as City Administrator

Brown is out?  Not so fast!  While not eligible to act as Emergency Financial Manager under the provisions of Public Act 72, he will be Flint’s City Administrator under the newly appointed “EFM,” Ed Kurtz

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Brown Out Kurtz Back at Flint’s Helm

With the Michigan Supreme Court ruling Friday that Public Act 4 must go on the ballot this November, and the State Board of Canvassers certifying the ballot initiative today, Flint's Emergency Manager, Michael Brown, is officially relieved of duty

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