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Flint 2012 Budget by Michael Brown Emergency Manager

The presentation took place in the Flint City Council Chambers 04/23/2012 at 5:30 p.m.

The City is projected to have more than $18 Million dollar deficit by June 30 2012. The FY 13 Budget presented is $195 million budgeting 539 employees

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annarborchronicle, Flickr
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Emergency Mgr Appoints Public Safety Administrator

Emergency Manager Michael Brown announced the appointment of Barnett Jones as Public Safety Administrator for the City of Flint late Friday afternoon. Jones will be a contractual employee and will receive a salary of $135,000 with limited benefits and no health care

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rebeccamakowski, Flickr
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Emergency Mgr to Present Council with 2013 Budget

Flint's Emergency Manager Michael Brown has scheduled  a meeting with the Flint City Council to present the Fiscal Year 2013 budget.

The meeting will be held on Monday, April 23 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers

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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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Resource Genesee/Hands On Genesee, Flickr
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Walling to Deliver Annual State of City Address Tonight

Flint Mayor Dayne Walling will deliver his annual State of the City address tonight during the Emergency Manager's monthly meeting with the Flint City Council. This year's address will highlight examples of positive people, programs and partnership in Flint

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City of Flint to Begin Neighborhood Ward Meetings

On Monday, Flint Emergency Manager Michael Brown announced the schedule for neighborhood ward meetings in Flint. Brown is joining with members of the Flint City Council to host meetings in each of the city's nine wards beginning in February.

The meetings will provide an opportunity for residents to meet the emergency manager and members of his team, get information on the city's finances and an overview of the Comprehensive Financial and Operating Plan that was submitted to the State Department of Treasury. Also, the meetings will give residents an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback. All questions must be submitted in writing at the time of the meeting.

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courtesy WCRZ
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Walling Releases Statement on Emergency Mgr Financial Plan

Flint Mayor Dayne Walling released a statement shortly after Emergency Manager Michael Brown submitted his Comprehensive Financial and Operational Plan for the City of Flint.

Walling said "many of the plan's proposals highlight the need for greater cooperation with the community and partners

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Michigan Radio
Michigan Radio
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Emergency Mgr Brown Releases City Financial and Operating Plan

Flint Emergency Manager Michael Brown today released the Comprehensive Financial and Operating Plan for the City of Flint. The 10-page plan provides an overview of the City's current financial condition and looks at many of the contributing factors

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Flint Public Library, Flickr
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Panel Being Held to Discuss Emergency Manager Law, Flint

A public forum is being held tomorrow, January 17, to discuss the state's emergency manager law and concerns and outcomes regarding it for the City of Flint.

Speakers on the panel will include:  Paul Jordan, a Flint resident challenging Public Act 4 under which the emergency manager law falls; Deirico Loyd, Flint City Councilman and member of the emergency managers advisory committee; Paul Rozycki, political science professor at Mott Community College; and State Representative Woodrow Stanley

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State Treasurer Recommends 2nd Review of Detroit’s Finances

State Treasurer Andy Dillon is recommending a second review of Detroit's finances after saying he's found  "probable financial stress."

The Detroit News reports Dillon recommended today that Gov. Rick Snyder send a formal team to review Detroit's books, the second step on a path that could lead to the appointment of an emergency manager o

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