Wantwaz Davis – Ward 5 Age: 43 Family: Wife Education: College and communication Occupation: I own my own janitorial company and I am a City Councilman. Why do you feel you are a good fit for Flint City Council? I feel that I am a good fit because I understand the issues and the struggles […]
Jerri Winfrey-Carter – Ward 5  Education:     B.S. in Chemistry; M.A. in Curriculum & Instruction; Ed.S. in Adult Education; Doctoral Candidate in Adult Education Occupation:   Associate Director of the St. Luke N.E.W. Life Adult Literacy Center Why do you feel you are a good fit for Flint City Council? I am a good fit for City […]
Kate Fields – Ward 4 Occupation: Flint City Councilwoman Why do you feel you are a good fit for Flint City Council? I have an extensive background (both academic and experiential) in Public Administration. BA and MPA in Public Administration from UM-Flint (Master’s is Rackham in Ann Arbor). I created and was Executive Director of a Flint […]
Kerry L. Nelson – Ward 3 Age: 53 Family: Father, Grandfather and a Family of 8 Siblings Occupation: Retired Banker Why do you feel you are a good fit for Flint City Council? I have been a Flint resident all my life and I have lived in the 3rd Ward for approximately 40 years. I can remember […]
Eric Mays – Ward 1 Age: 58 Family: Son of the late pastor Louis H. Mays and Rosie B. Mays, and I have a son Eric Mays Education: Graduated high school class of 1976, graduated Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s in Political Science and Pre-Law in the class of 1981 Occupation: Currently serves as […]
FLINT, MI –Flint City Council members say an initiative to replace the city’s pipes doesn’t need help from an outside public relations firm. In a 7 – 1 vote on Aug. 14 council members turned down a $92,000 request by Flint Mayor Karen Weaver to continue using Lansing-based Martin Waymire for public relations services regarding […]
Nearly 8,000 Flint property owners could face foreclosures after the state-appointed board overseeing Flint’s finances voted June 27, 2017 against a moratorium put in place by the Flint City Council. The Receivership Transition Advisory Board voted against the move put in place by the council on May 17, 2017 during a special Flint City Council […]
FLINT, MI — Flint’s NAACP will hold a Flint City Council candidate forum on Tuesday, June 27 and Thursday, June 29, 2017 at the Flint Public Library. The forum, “A Candidate’s Forum,”  is being hosted by the Flint Branch of the NAACP Political Action Committee from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on both days in the […]
FLINT, MI – The Flint City Council has called a special meeting in hopes of putting a stop to threats of property liens for nonpayment of water bills. The move comes after Flint Mayor Karen Weaver’s office issued letters to thousands of Flint property owners saying liens will be placed on some Flint properties for […]
FLINT, MI — Flint City Council is set to hold their regularly scheduled meeting today at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall located at 1101 S. Saginaw Street. Flint City Council Meeting May 8, 2017 by Flint Beat on Scribd