FLINT TWP. — Carman- Ainsworth Schools has received an unmodified audit for 2012-13, which “is the highest level of assurance possible for the district’s financial statements,’’ said Thomas M. Taylor, of Taylor & Morgan CPAs in an audit presentation last week. Taylor used a series of graphs to highlight the district’s financial health in key areas. One was what has […]
FLINT TWP. — Mundy Township’s new Police Chief Dan Atkinson received a special recognition from the Carman- Ainsworth School Board at its meeting last week. Atkinson was accompanied by Mundy Twp. Officer Randy Gage, school resource officer at Carman-Ainsworth Middle School, who was cited for a communications upgrade at the middle school that will increase the effectiveness of radio frequencies […]
GENESEE COUNTY — Well of Hope and Catholic Charities are partnering again this year to offer the fifth annual “Blessed to Be a Blessing” dinner, serving up turkey and all the trimmings for Flint-area residents in need. The event will be held on Nov. 26, from 4-6:30 p.m at Catholic Charities’ Center for Hope gym,, 517 E. Fifth Ave., Flint. […]
FLINT TWP. — A Text Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance, revising language that blocks the selling or rebuilding of damaged properties, passed first reading at the township board meeting Monday night. The board also approved an updated zoning map. Both actions were based on unanimous recommendations from the township Planning commission, said Tracey Tucker, township economic enhancement director who coordinates […]
Carman-Ainsworth Schools’ Rankin Elementary Robotics Team (Mo’ Peeps) took two first places at a Nov. 9 First LEGO League (FLL) Robotics Tournament. They earned first place in Robot and Overall and qualified for the state tournament Dec. 14 to be held at Carman-Ainsworth Middle School.