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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 Fire, Police Chiefs Issue Strong Warning to Potential Arsonists

The City of Flint’s Fire Chief David Cox, Jr. along with Flint Police Chief James W. Tolbert are issuing a warning to potential arsonists reminding them of the possible consequences of their actions

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Flint Emergency Manager Plans to Hire Public Safety Consultant

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley has filed notice of his intent to hire a public safety consultant to look at the Flint Police and Fire Department operations.

MLive says Earley signed a resolution authoriz

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Flint Police, Fire Chief Present New Budget Options to Avoid Cuts [Video]

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

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Emergency Manager Proposed Budget Includes Massive Cuts to Police, Fire

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

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City of Flint Reminds Residents About Burning Yard Waste

The City of Flint is reminding residents that the outdoor burning of brush of any kind is prohibited without a permit. Burning brush within the city presents a safety hazard to the neighborhood according to a news release

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City of Flint Denied Request for $7.9 Million SAFER Grant

The City of Flint received word today from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that its application for the Sustaining Adequate Fire Emergency Response (SAFER) grant has been denied. This most recent application was for $7

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No Grant Could Mean Longer Wait for Firefighters in Flint

 

MLive is reporting that if the City of Flint doesn't receive a nearly $8 million federal grant for firefighters, it could mean longer wait times.

The City of Flint projects that without the SAFER grant - Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response - there would be just

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U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee Pushing for $7.9 Million Grant for Flint Firefighters

Flint Congressman Dan Kildee is pushing to secure a $7.9 million Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant for firefighters in the City of Flint.

Kildee says receiving the grant with ensure that Flint has the necessary resources to train, retain and recruit firefighters, along with having the necessary life-saving equipment to do their jobs

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Flint Fire Department, Local Restaurant to Raise Money for Hurley’s Pediatric Burn Unit

The Flint Fire Department is partnering with an area restaurant to help raise money for Hurley's Pediatric Burn Unit.

On Saturday from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m., Alexander J's Smokehouse plans to donate 15

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