Apparently a press release out of Flint City Hall says someone is in custody for threatening 2nd Ward City Councilman Maurice Davis.
We don't get press releases from Mayor Sheldon Neeley's organization anymore, so we wouldn't know for sure. We must trust the word of ABC TV 12 and MLive / The Flint Journal.
They both say it's so. READ MORE
FLINT (CCN) — The Flint City Council met Monday night (Feb. 15, 2021) and erupted into a heated debate during public comment. The 2nd Ward council member, Maurice Davis, responded to a citizen's request for an apology by announcing that he would be filing criminal charges against community activist Arthur Woodson.
Woodson didn't get a chance to respond to Davis who was stopped during his tirade when City Council President Kate Fields demanded that he cease making personal attacks against Woodson. She said it was a violation of council rules to "make personal attacks on anyone." READ MORE
The Editor's Notebook published by Executive Editor Mike Killbreath above on Dec. 19 has prompted a complaint to be filed with the FBI about appearances of conflict in the proposed $641 million settlement to be ruled on at 1:30 pm on Dec. 21 by U.S. District Judge Judith Levy. READ MORE
A press conference was held last summer and another one two weeks ago by community leaders who complained that a proposed settlement by the State of Michigan isn't big enough in the Flint water crisis lawsuits. Pastors, politicians and community activists joined together to urge residents to demand more money for their city being poisoned. The Flint City Council also met more than 10 hours in two marathon meetings to determine if they want to approve the city's $20 million share of a $641 million settlement. Many expressed frustration about the state submitting them only a summary of the deal. "We are being asked to okay something we can't even see," said 1st Ward City Councilman Eric Mays. The Daily Gazette has obtained a copy of documents now available online via the U.S. District Court. Links are below:
FLINT (CCN) — Attorney Steve Haney of the Southfield firm of Haney Law filed a lawsuit Friday on behalf of Flint City Councilman Eric Mays. The lawsuit follows a March press conference where Haney outlined several concerns addressed with the councilman in front of media members and his 1st Ward residents at the Hasselbring Community Center. Councilman Mays was Flint’s top vote getter at the last city council election among winning candidates in all nine wards and he is the longest-serving council member.
The federal lawsuit is included in a pdf file contained within the body of the e-mail media advisory. READ MORE
Photo Caption: Flint City Councilman Eric Mays (center) was thrown out of Monday's Flint City Council meeting just days after nationally renowned attorney Steve Haney (at right) filed a lawsuit for Mays being thrown out of meetings. Details of that story are on today's 2nd Front Page.
Award-winning investigative reporter Mike Killbreath hosts this lively program every weekday morning from 8 am until 9:30 am on CCNRADIO.net. The program is currently on hiatus because of layoffs to the staff due to the COVID-19 pandemic leading to significantly dwindling revenue. Below is a replay of a recent program.
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