The city of Flint just received $150k in grant money for public safety during events downtown. The Crim and Back to The Bricks brings our beloved city so much excitement that is time to beef up our efforts to continue to keep everyone safe.
There is no secret when it comes to the City of Flint's financial problems but things are turning around. Flint may receive $1.1 million for public safety from the state budget. Keep your fingers crossed because we need the money.
Flint City Councilman Eric Mays has been formally charged in connection to last month's arrest. On Friday, Mays was asked by several leaders to step down and he refused. Well, things officially became more complicated for our city's reputation.
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