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The Morning Gazette Radio Show reports $4,500 payoff to Eric Mays for illegal arrest at public meeting
FLINT — Mike Killbreath, host of The Morning Gazette Radio Show, will reveal on his show this morning that Flint City Councilman Eric Mays was given a $4,500 payoff to settle a lawsuit stemming from what he claimed was an illegal arrest during an Aug. 2 pubilc meeting of the Flint City Council. Mays refused to comment when questioned about his lawsuit while being interviewed yesterday for a program that will air live today on CCN Radio at 8 am. A replay of the program will be available later today online at CCNRADIO.net.
Click above to hear the last episode for The Daily Gazette Sports Weekend Show with Mike Killbreath. He's an award-winning sports columnist with a long history of championship ways in the local Flint area coaching ranks and with Team USA in roller hockey.
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Lawsuit filed against Flint police chief by captain exposed by radio show story for drunken incident
FLINT — A captain who recently had some responsibilities reassigned by Flint Police Chief Timothy Johnson has hit the new chief with a lawsuit that accuses him of discrimination against her because she is a woman. She is the same member of the command staff who was promoted by the city's former chief despite a drunken driving arrest that was exposed by The Morning Gazette Radio Show in a 2013 story. Click Here to Read More
Company at center of Flint trash dispute faces allegations of bribes in Macomb County case
MACOMB COUNTY — The company at the center of a trash hauling contract dispute in the City of Flint has been accused of giving bribes to a government official in Macomb County's Clinton Township. U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade revealed an indictment against Clinton Township Trustee Dean Reynolds who appeared yesterday in court for an arraignment on felony charges. He is accused of taking bribes between $50,000 and $70,000 from a company official at Rizzo Environmental Services. Click Here to Read More
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Morning Gazette Radio Show reports Ted Henry to be tabbed as new county board chairman
FLINT — A 9 am Tuesday meeting has been scheduled for next week at the county board chambers in Downtown Flint for the Genesee County Board of Commissioners to elect a new chairman, and The Morning Gazette Radio Show reported Friday that Commissioner Ted Henry of Clayton Township will get the nod to replace Jamie Curtis of Burton. Click Here to Read More
10-foot sink hole opens up on Webster Road in Vienna Twp.
VIENNA TWP — A 10-foot deep sink hole in a Vienna Township roadway has caused problems for motorists on Webster Road, near Farrand Road. Click Here to Read More
New county controller provides 'take this job at shove it' letter in surprise resignation after 3 weeks
FLINT — MLive reported Friday that the Genesee County Board of Commissioners needs to find a replacement for its newly-named county controller. Click Here to Read More
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Longest serving Flint Township treasurer Sandra Wright passes away after church service on Christmas Eve at age 73
FLINT TOWNSHIP — The longest serving treasurer ever on the Flint Township Board of Trustees passed away on Christmas Eve. Sandra Wright, who retired from politics in 2012, was 73. Click Here to Read More