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Jason Cooper, WFNT
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Flint EM Seeking Council Candidates for Third, Sixth Ward Vacancies

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley has announced he is accepting letters of interest, resumes and references from residents in the Third and Sixth Wards interested in filling the vacancies brought by the election of Bryant Nolden and Sheldon Neeley to other offices

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Jason Cooper, WFNT
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Flint EM Considering All Options for Replacing Departing Council Members

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley is reviewing options for replacing two departing city council members according to MLive. In a news conference on Thursday, Earley said he wants individuals who

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Flint EM Approves 12-Year Tax Break for Downtown Genesys Project

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley has signed a resolution that will give Genesys Health System's elderly care facility a 12-year tax break. According to MLive, the break comes from an approval of an "obsolete property rehabilitat

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Jason Cooper, WFNT
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About 20 Applications Received for New City Administrator Job

About 20 applications have been received for the new city administrator position in Flint. According to MLive, Emergency Manager Darnell Earley had hoped for more, but wasn't surprised due to the problems still facing the city. Earley said " I haven't seen the number I would like to have seen...but distressed communities don't attract a lot of candidate

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Flint Emergency Manager Presents Progress Report for City [Video]

Emergency Manager Darnell Earley has submitted his latest quarterly report for the financially troubled City of Flint to the state. Earley, chose to pass on presenting the latest report to Flint City Council, instead having Mayor Dayne Walling do it

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Flint Emergency Manager Updates Timeline to Transition Back to Local Control

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley held a press briefing on Thursday morning where he updated the timeline for the city to return to local control. Earley said significant work remains however before the city is out of receivership

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Flint Officials Studying Potential Sale of Hurley Medical Center

Flint officials have been exploring a sale of Hurley Medical Center for months according to a new report. MLive says that Emergency Manager Darnell Earley hired consultant Ernst & Young to study the idea seven months ago.

A potential sale of Hurley however would not be a remedy for the city's finances. Legacy costs could make it impossible to find

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EM Denies Council Request for Special Meeting on Blue Ribbon Committee Report

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley has denied a request from the city council for a special meeting to discuss the Blue Ribbon Committee's report. Earley blasted the majority of city council members who he said were so "egregious, unfair and obnoxious" the first time they met to discuss the report, that they wouldn't get a second time to do so

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Fire Calls in Flint Drop Almost 60 Percent

According to the latest report from Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley, the city has seen a 58 percent drop in fire calls. Earley attributed the decline to a citywide effort to demolish abandoned houses

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Flint EM Approves New Ordinance for Owners of Dogs that Attack

Emergency Manager Darnell Earley has approved a new ordinance for owners of dogs that attack. According to the Detroit News, Earley signed the revised ordinance last month making the owners of dogs that attack - people or other dogs - subject to penalties of up to 90 days in jail, a fine of at least $250 and a minimum of 240 hours of community service. City Attorney Peter Bade said the ordinance was unchanged from a version that had been approved by the Flint City Council. An earlier proposal w

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