The City of Flint's Blue Ribbon Committee on Governance's last public forum will be held tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Insight Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroscience on S
During a five-and-a-half hour meeting on Tuesday night, Flint Police Chief James Tolbert and Fire Chief Dave Cox Jr presented options to the Flint City Council finance committee that would help avoid cuts and layoffs to their departments
The emergency manager appointed Blue Ribbon Commitee on Governance held the first of their three public workshops on Saturday morning, and after complaints about the committee meeting in private, turnout was low said residents in attendance
Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley laid out a two-year budget plan with massive cuts to police and fire at Wednesday night's City Council meeting. Under the proposed $55 million budget, the city's police department would lose 36 police officer positions and the fire department would lose 19 firefighter positions
The City of Flint's Blue Ribbon Committee on Governance will hold a series of three public workshops in May to have discussions with Flint residents and collect feedback from them on possible changes to the structure of city government in Flint
For the first time in three years, Flint is no longer the most violent city in the country according to FBI statistics. Through the first six months of 2013, Flint saw a 26 percent drop in violent crime
The City of Flint has announced that late Friday Genesee County Circuit Court Judge Richard B. Yuille dismissed a lawsuit filed by Plaintiffs Mary Bland and Sherry Murphy, former trustees of the Flint Employee Retiree System (FERS) contesting the City of Flint's transfer of nearly $500 million in retirements assets to the Municipal Employees Retirement System (MERS)
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