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501 Cleaning Services

Meticulous House Cleaning, At an Affordable Price, 10 Years Experience with Excellent References. Vickie 810-417-2089

No surprises in annual audit

FLINT TWP. — Township revenues came in higher than anticipated expenses in 2011 but the financial road ahead remains uphill, according to a recent audit presentation for the year ended Dec. 31, 2011. No big surprises turned up in annual audit. A continued slide in property taxes saw a decline from about $5.4 million in 2010 to $4.8 million in […]


510 Musical Instruments

GUITARS at wholesale and below. Starting at $50. Over 250 to choose from. Appointment only! We also Take Trades. 810-686-2253 or 810-922-6248

PEG monies distributed to schools

FLINT TWP. — A $16,000 allocation of Public, Educational and Government (PEG) funding to local school districts for cable channel access was approved by the Flint Township Board last week. PEG funds are provided under an agreement with Comcast Cable Co. which returns a percentage of franchise fees to the community for public access TV programs. Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools, Flushing […]

Cavs ousted from districts

FLINT TWP. — The Carman-Ainsworth girls’ soccer team’s season came to a end after getting ousted from the No. 15-1 district at Davison Tuesday, 3-1, by Clarkston. Clarkston put up a 2-1 first-half lead that it never relinquished, tacking on an insurance goal in the second half. Jasmine Jones scored Carman-Ainsworth’s lone goal and Shelby Marsh assisted. In goal, Savannah […]

526 Wanted

Junk Cars – will buy for up to $500, also buying scrap metal. 810-397-7574 Vendors, Crafters, and Garage Salers Wanted For the Hank Graff Community Expo. May 30 to June 2. Cost is $40.00 with Proceeds Going to Charity. For More Information Call Becky Beck at 810-845-7030.

Flint Twp. Name Change committee holds third meeting

FLINT TWP. — A book chronicling the transition of the city of Auburn Hills from Pontiac Township was among items collected and passed around in the fact-finding phase of Flint Township’s latest quest to either become a city or change its name. A Name Change committee met for the third time last week to talk more about how and whether […]

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