Township working with FSA on group homes

FLINT TWP. — A pilot project of the Family Service Agency of Mid- Michigan to build two group homes for senior citizens is supported with contingencies by the township board. FSA is seeking a federal grant to build multi-family apartments on township properties at 2110 Eberly Road and 2206 Nedra Street. The properties to be acquired through the Genesee County […]


Township to share in cost of signal upgrades

FLINT TWP. — The Board of Trustees have approved cost agreements to pay its share of $100,000 in traffic signal upgrades at three T intersections. The township will share costs for the improvements with the Genesee County Road Commission, which is paying 13 percent of costs, and the Michigan Department of Transportation, covering 80 percent with federal safety funding. One […]

News Briefs

Mid-East Festival coming July 15-17 FLINT TWP. — The Annual Mid-East Festival returns to the Greater Flint Area, July 15-17. Admission is free. The public is invited to taste the food and experience the rich history of Middle Eastern culture during this three-day festival held on the grounds of Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church, 4133 Calkins Road in […]

Lieutenant promoted to assistant

Resident, board members object to appointment

FLINT TWP. — The Board of Trustees has promoted Lt. Michael Burkley to the rank of Assistant Fire Chief, despite objections from a trustee and a resident who spoke at a recent meeting. Trustee Frank Kasle and Treasurer Sandra Wright voted no in the 4-2 decision approving Burkley’s promotion. Barb Vert was absent. Kasle was the most vocal in his […]

State-of-the-art math program comes to Carman-Ainsworth

FLINT TWP. — An invitation for Carman-Ainsworth Middle School students to participate in a state-of-the-art math curriculum is under consideration after being discussed at a recent school board meeting. Assistant Superintendent Steve Tunnicliff explained the invitation from Pearson, a leading education technology company, offers free use of its new “digits’’ math program as part of a two-year efficacy study beginning […]

Man arrested in connection with daughter’s death

FLINT TWP. — A 20-year-old Flint man has been arrested in connection with the death of his two-year-old daughter. Officers called to 1343 Donal Drive at about 9 a.m. on July 3, found the child was not breathing. Efforts were made to resuscitate her. She was later transported to Hurley Medical Center where she was pronounced dead. Police on Tuesday […]

Business training seminar planned

FLINT TWP. — Women in business are the focus of a free Genesee Regional Procurement & Technical Assistance (PTAC) training seminar on Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Training, 8(a) Business Development Program and HUBZone Certification Orientation. This U.S. Small Business Administration seminar is hosted by the Genesee Regional Procurement Technical Assistance Center and the Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce. Topics covered […]

Patsy Lou dealership undergoing renovations

FLINT TWP. — Renovations are underway to convert Patsy Lou Williams Chevrolet on Corunna Road to a new uniform image design being mandated by General Motors for all its dealerships. Work crews already have stripped the building of its long-standing black granite facade that will be replaced by a metal facade in Chevrolet blue, white and silver prominently displaying the […]

Business Briefs

Don’t miss government contracting seminars FLINT — The Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) of the Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce presents “Secrets to Successful Government Contracting”, a three-part summer series which continues July 22 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at the Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce in the Mott Board Room. It concludes Aug. 26. The seminars will be conducted by Todd […]