Emergency Manager Michael Brown

Flint EM Michael Brown Talks Public Safety, Bankruptcy and More with WFNT [Audio]
Flint EM Michael Brown Talks Public Safety, Bankruptcy and More with WFNT [Audio]
Flint Emergency Manager Mike Brown spoke with WFNT's Jason Cooper on Thursday. In the conversation, Brown addressed why unlike Detroit, bankruptcy is not a viable option for Flint. He also addressed the criticism that the city wasn't properly using funds received from last November's public safety millage to hire more police officers, new business in downtown Flint, and more...
Emergency Manager Law to go Before Voters on November Ballot
Emergency Manager Law to go Before Voters on November Ballot
The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that a referendum of the state's emergency manager law should go before voters on the November ballot. According to MLive, four of the seven justices agreed that the Board of Canvassers must certify the referendum petition submitted by Stand Up for Democracy, a statewide coalition behind the effort to overturn Public Act 4...
Snyder Applauds Partnership to Enhance Protection for Flint Residents
Snyder Applauds Partnership to Enhance Protection for Flint Residents
Gov. Rick Snyder applauded a collaborative effort between the state, city of Flint and Genesee County that provides for a new 110-bed facility to house inmates in Flint. The partnership, part of the governor’s Secure Cities Initiative, enhances protection for community residents and gives law enforcement a much-needed tool to get offenders off the streets. T...
Gleason Writes Snyder Letter Regarding Flint City Jail
Gleason Writes Snyder Letter Regarding Flint City Jail
State Senator John Gleason (D-Flushing) wrote the following letter to Governor Rick Snyder regarding the decision to privatize the Flint Jail. the text of the letter is as follows:                   Dear Governor Snyder, As the State Senator representing that City of Flint, I am deeply concerned with the actions taken by Emergency Manager Michael Brown in regards to the Flint city jail. As Mr.

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