Public hearing to be held regarding TIP
FLINT — A Public Hearing will be held May 17, at 7 p.m. in the Willard P. Harris Auditorium, third floor, Genesee County Administration Building, 1101 Beach St., Flint, as part of the Genesee County Metropolitan Alliance meeting.
This Public Hearing is an opportunity for you to review and comment on the following items: a proposed amendment to the FY 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TIP lists federally funded transportation projects eligible for funding under Title 23 as amended, or Federal Transit Act funds. This hearing complies with the intent of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. The Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission will furnish reasonable auxiliary aids and services to individuals with disabilities upon request.
Details: Call 810-257-3010. — G.G.
Hurley Children’s Hospital announces bowlathon
FLUSHING — Join us on Friday, May 12, at Colonial Lanes in Flushing for the 27th Annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Bowlathon. There are two squad times: 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. The cost is $30 per person or $120 per team. The price includes 2 games, shoe rental, food and a T-shirt.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals provide medical equipment and special programs for all children treated at Hurley Children’s Hospital. Hurley was chosen in 1990 to join the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals because we provide the most outstanding pediatric medical care in a 15 county region, regardless of the family’s ability to pay. Hurley provides quality, child-friendly care to every child who needs it. All this is possible through the generosity of countless people throughout Mid-Michigan. Sponsorships are still available. For more information, to sign up or sponsor your team, contact Linda Tracy- Stephens at 810-262-9248 email@example.com. — G.G.
Guinn named to court
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder recently announced the appointment of David Guinn to the 67th District Court in Genesee County. Guinn, a native of Flint, has been an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Genesee County since 1997. He is currently assigned to the District Court Division, handling criminal matters. Throughout his career with the prosecutor’s office, he has been assigned to the Family Court Division, the Drug & Asset Forfeiture Division, and the Circuit Court Trial Division, as well as acting as the lead assistant prosecuting attorney on the South Side Task Force. He began his legal career as a law clerk at Becker, Lanctot, McCutchenon.
Guinn fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Tracy Collier-Nix. He must seek election in November 2018 to be retained for the remaining two years of the term. — G.G.