Not counting promoters and local rappers, there should be only one person running our great city of Flint.

The problem is that in the last month, that person has changed hands numerous times, and it looks like yesterday it changed again.

According to the Free Press,  the Michigan Court of Appeals issued an order today putting state-appointed emergency manager Michael Brown back in charge in the city of Flint pending further court proceedings.

This follows the ruling by a different court that put Mayor Dayne Walling and the city council back in control.

Normally we are not inclined to involve ourselves in politics, but officials at Club 93.7 are considering moving toward an unofficial takeover of the city.

More details will be announced soon.