Flint Shadow City Council

Flint Shadow City Council Exposing the corrupt mayor's office and all the minions he has in his pockets. Recall coming soon.

11/29/2023

Just a reminder of what the 2nd Ward Councilperson Ladel Lewis thinks of the residents of Flint.

Janky see, Janky sing? 🤔

The President of the Flint City Council and the Vice President of the Flint City Council both applied for ARPA Funds thr...
11/28/2023

The President of the Flint City Council and the Vice President of the Flint City Council both applied for ARPA Funds through their nonprofits.

Ladel Lewis as usual has lied about this in regards to if she was involved with the Sarvis Park non profit. At the time she applied she was the Vice President of the Flint City Council and is now serving in the capacity as the President of the Flint City Council.

The process has begun with the resolutions being sent to council from the administration for approval as you will see Sarvis Park has been submitted for approval. The Vice President of the Flint City Council has submitted her nonprofit to receive ARPA funds.

On the Excel sheet, the yellow indicates it will be approved, and a resolution will be sent to Council for approval.

Neither individuals disclosed it to their council colleagues as it was stumbled upon during the vetting process.

The president and the vice president of the Flint City Council will receive ARPA Funds through nonprofits they originated before the residents will receive any roofs, furnaces or windows to their home.

Residents who filled out the initial ARPA request form, were mailed a postcard to attend a meeting at the Dome at Flint City Hall.

Residents waited in line 3 hours to be told they needed their name & number and they would get back with them and no timeframe as to when they will be contacted again.

This process has been secretive and NOT TRANSPARENT. The people of Flint are being robbed under their noses and its time the people of Flint clean up the council once and for all.

11/28/2023

1. The Flint City Clerk Office has confirmed the signatures to place Eva Worthing on a recall ballot; hopefully the 9th Ward redeems itself and votes in a person who actually shows up to the meetings and engages in the business of the city, instead of sitting on behind her desk and creating fake YouTube accounts to argue with people in the chatroom.

2. For somebody who wasn’t even voted in by the residents of Flint, Candice Mushatt sure has one big ego and attitude. You would think somebody in her position would try not to bring attention upon themselves and actually try to work for residents in her ward so she can be voted in legitimately by the people, instead of selected by Neeley’s mistresses on council. She’ll learn the hard way when they're done using her like a puppet.

3. Quorum was technically broken and hence this meeting should have adjourned; courts will declare this meeting illegal so any decisions made today become void and null. Congratulations on wasting your own time and the residents tax dollars.

4. In the next meeting, the entire first ward should be in the chamber/viewing gallery. Let's see Neeley's mistress throw out 100 people and see what happens. People like Lewis and Worthing don’t have emotional intelligence; they react very quickly and usually end up exposing themselves to the public. What you need is a crowd to push their buttons and out will come their true colours, just like how today the person who was streaming on Tik Tok was kicked out of the meeting for no reason.

Flint is sinking and the people have to rescue the city. This council has shown it cannot function in a civilized manner.

11/27/2023

Breaking News: The City of Flint Clerk's Office has confirmed that their are enough signatures to place Eva Worthing on a RECALL BALLOT for election.

11/17/2023

Meet the Flint Official Whose Bid to Restore Safe Drinking Water Was Blocked by an Unelected Manager - DemocracyNow

To learn more about how how Flint ended up with an unelected emergency manager, we spoke with Flint City Councilmember Eric Mays. Eleven months ago, in March 2015, the City Council voted seven to one on his resolution to stop using water from the corrosive Flint River. The city’s unelected emergency manager Jerry Ambrose rejected the proposal. He said, “It is incomprehensible to me that (seven) members of the Flint City Council would want to send more than $12 million a year to the system serving Southeast Michigan, even if Flint ratepayers could afford it. (Lake Huron) water from Detroit is no safer than water from Flint.”

CFO Mr. Moore clearly stated that the Priority Waste contract was going to cost Flint $2 million in ARPA funds up front ...
11/15/2023

CFO Mr. Moore clearly stated that the Priority Waste contract was going to cost Flint $2 million in ARPA funds up front and will put Flint in debt $1 million a year for the next 5 years.

CFO of Flint,MI

11/15/2023

"Doctor" Ladel Lewis insulting the residents of Flint. Refers to us as "janky".

Janky do, janky sing...

Eva Worthing living in Neeley land coming up with conspiracy theories to try and shift the debate away from Flint reside...
11/15/2023

Eva Worthing living in Neeley land coming up with conspiracy theories to try and shift the debate away from Flint residents having to pay higher taxes for this new contract. This thing lies through her teeth and thinks people won't see it.

So they approved the trash contract by giving it to Mayor Sheldon Neeley's friend (Priority Waste) which not only is goi...
11/14/2023

So they approved the trash contract by giving it to Mayor Sheldon Neeley's friend (Priority Waste) which not only is going to be more expensive but services will be less than what they're getting now. And tax payers will have to foot the bill. Worthing lied several times claiming residents won't pay despite the CFO saying otherwise.

The Flint City Council voted on and passed the Priority Waste contract extension in the early hours of Tuesday, Nov. 14. This ensures that the City of Flint will have a waste hauler in place to implement a state-of-the-art recycling initiative in 2024.

The City can now move forward with procuring grant-funded recycling and trash carts for all residential households, at no increased cost to Flint residents.

“I am pleased that under its new leadership, the Flint City Council was able to advance this long-delayed initiative, and the City of Flint can now move forward to enhance and stabilize trash and recycling collection services for Flint residents,” Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley said. “I want to thank our waste services staff who continue to work diligently to ensure that Flint residents will receive the same high level of service that many of our neighboring communities already enjoy.”

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has granted $1 million and the national nonprofit The Recycling Partnership has granted $3,392,000 million to the City of Flint to support this initiative.

In addition, The Recycling Partnership has secured a donation of a high-quality resin from Dow Chemical, valued at $900,000, that will be used to manufacture Flint’s trash and recycling carts. This unprecedented cost savings allows Flint residents to receive both recycling and trash carts free of charge. These carts will be owned by the City of Flint and carry a 10-year warranty.

To implement this project, the City of Flint must now issue a request for proposals for cart manufacturing, complete the bid process, and submit a management plan to The Recycling Partnership by Nov. 30, 2023. The City will seek a manufacturer who can also distribute the carts to Flint households. The trash and recycling carts could take 6-8 months to manufacture.

The Recycling Partnership grant includes funding for outreach and education related to the recycling and trash cart program. As the City begins to implement the program, Flint residents will receive a variety of communications from the City about the new trash and recycling carts and services provided by Priority Waste.

In addition to enabling the City of Flint to implement a carted waste collection system, the Priority Waste contract extension freezes waste hauling rates through 2028, ensuring that Flint residents will have the stability of high-quality service at no increased cost. Under this agreement, Priority Waste will continue to collect trash bags, bulk items, and trash in additional cans at the curb, alongside the provided carts.

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