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Timeline Photos
06/07/2021

Timeline Photos

Reminder: Perry Center is turning 100 years old in January 2022! We're having a Perry Centennial Celebration Planning Committee meeting today, Monday, June 7 at 3:30 p.m. in the Perry Cafeteria. Former and current students, staff, and community members are welcome to attend. (Masks required.) #perryturns100 #WeAreGB Perry Innovation Center

Starts today!
06/01/2021

Starts today!

Free Appliance Recycling for Genesee County residents! See below for details.

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delaysin Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at th...
05/17/2021

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Have you seen these new banners at Physicians Park? And a few more on Grand Boulevard! These look fantastic. If you are ...
05/14/2021

Have you seen these new banners at Physicians Park? And a few more on Grand Boulevard! These look fantastic. If you are interested in honoring your veteran please visit - https://grandblanc.historyofhometownheroes.com/ for the details! THANK YOU! History of Hometown Heroes

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delaysin Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at th...
05/14/2021

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delaysin Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at th...
05/12/2021

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delaysin Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at th...
05/11/2021

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Vaccinations --
05/07/2021

Vaccinations --

The Ascension Michigan community vaccination clinic located at Ascension Genesys Conference and Banquet Center is open Monday-Friday 8 a.m.- 4 p.m., and is now accommodating walk-in appointments, in addition to offering self-scheduling vaccine appointments. If you are eligible to receive a vaccine (anyone 16 and older) and would like to make an appointment (preferred) please click here: http://ascn.io/6186H42yk. Please make sure to note location identifiers when selecting a site to set up your appointment as multiple Ascension Michigan vaccination clinics are listed. If no open appointment slots are displayed, all appointments for the current schedule have been filled. Please continue to check back as days of operation vary and new appointment schedules are added. Individuals who are 16-17 years of age must be accompanied by a parent. #ShotofHope

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  April 30, 2021   Critical Support Available for Michigan Restaurants, Bars through Federal Restau...
04/30/2021
COVID-19 Response | Michigan Business

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 30, 2021

Critical Support Available for Michigan Restaurants, Bars through Federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund
• Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. today, April 30 with $28.6 billion available nationwide
• Fund prioritizes direct relief to women, veterans, and socially and economically disadvantaged individuals for first 21 days, then first-come, first-serve for all eligible applicants

LANSING, Mich. – Governor Gretchen Whitmer today encouraged restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments across Michigan hard hit by COVID-19 to apply for $28.6 billion in federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund direct relief being provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration under the American Rescue Plan.

“Restaurant owners and other food establishments have made incredible sacrifices over the past year to keep their communities safe and slow the spread of COVID-19,” said Governor Gretchen Whitmer. “This vital relief will help ensure they can keep their doors open and continue to serve their communities while also ensuring their workers can stay employed entering the critical summer season.”

Registration for the funding will begin on Friday, April 30, 2021, at 9 a.m. EDT with the application itself opening on Monday, May 3, 2021, at noon EDT.

“This is critical relief to some of our hardest hit small businesses. Funds are limited, so I encourage eligible businesses apply as soon as the application window opens to ensure they get the support they need,” said Brian Calley, President of the Small Business Association of Michigan.

For the first 21 days that the program is open, the SBA will prioritize funding applications from businesses owned and controlled by women, veterans, and socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. All eligible applicants are encouraged to submit applications as soon as the portal opens. Following the 21 days, all eligible applications will be funded on a first-come, first-served basis with the online application remaining open to any eligible establishment until all funds are exhausted.

“The Restaurant Revitalization Fund is a great program to help our restaurant and hospitality industry, which has suffered tremendous losses during COVID,” added Stephan Currie, Executive Director, Michigan Association of Counties. “This opportunity will help revitalize our communities, while ensuring licensing revenues that our counties and health departments rely on to protect our residents are not depleted, unless county elected leaders determine their budgets can sustain it.”

Eligible businesses include restaurants; food stands, food trucks, food carts; caterers; bars, saloons, lounges, taverns; brewpubs, tasting rooms, taprooms; breweries, wineries and distilleries; and bakeries. The minimum funding awarded will be $1,000 with businesses that remain open eligible to receive funding equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss up to $10 million per business and no more than $5 million per physical location.

“As part of our state’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, these grant dollars will provide a financial lifeline to our dining and hospitality-based businesses,” said MDARD Director Gary McDowell. “These businesses are an integral part of our communities, helping to ensure food safety and protect public health while offering incredible guest experiences. They deserve our support, and I encourage them to take advantage of this opportunity, not only for the future of their businesses, but also for their employees, their customers, and their communities.”

The fund includes $9.5 billion in set-asides specifically for smaller businesses: $5 billion for applicants with 2019 gross receipts of not more than $500,000; $4 billion is set aside for applicants with 2019 gross receipts from $500,001 to $1,500,000; and $500 million for applicants with 2019 gross receipts not more than $50,000. Recipients would not be required to repay the funding if the funds are used for eligible expenses no later than March 11, 2023.

For more information on the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, visit sba.gov/restaurants or in Spanish at sba.gov/restaurantes.

“We have remained committed to supporting Michigan small businesses because they are core to ensuring we have vibrant communities and a robust economic recovery here in the state,” said Josh Hundt, Chief Business Development Officer and Executive Vice President at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. “The Restaurant Revitalization Fund is great news for our restaurants, bars and similar establishments who are continuing to struggle from the economic impacts of COVID-19 and builds on the nearly $240 million in COVID-19 relief we have deployed to small businesses since last year.”

Other resources for economic reopening efforts as well as businesses across Michigan struggling with economic losses as a result of the COVID-19 virus can be found online at michiganbusiness.org/covid19. To learn more about MEDC’s COVID-19 response programs and the impact they are having on economic recovery efforts, visit michiganbusiness.org/covid19response.

"The Restaurant Revitalization Fund will be very helpful to local breweries as well as countless retail establishments that support our industry, many of whom have been struggling to survive,” said Scott Graham, executive director of the Michigan Brewers Guild. “I encourage all of our eligible members to get prepared now and to apply for RRF grants when the process opens May 3."

“We deeply appreciate the sacrifices restaurant and bar owners have made as part of their commitment to help keep Michiganders safe throughout this pandemic,” said Norm Hess, executive director, Michigan Association for Local Public Health. “Many of them have taken a big hit financially and we are pleased the Restaurant Revitalization Fund can provide them much needed support to keep their businesses going during this difficult time.”

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MEDC has moved swiftly to provide vital economic support to businesses, entrepreneurs, workers and communities throughout the state to support the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19.

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delaysin Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at th...
04/29/2021

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

Republic Services of Flint Experiencing Temporary Delays
in Yard Waste Collection Residents asked to leave material at the curb until it is collected Republic Services of Flint is experiencing temporary delays with yard waste collection in the greater Flint area. Trash and recycling collections remain on schedule. The nation is experiencing a shortage of truck drivers across the country, and that has posed a staffing challenge for us in multiple markets. We have and will continue bringing in additional resources to help us in the Flint area, and we are continuing our efforts to hire drivers.
With more residents doing yard work, we expect volumes at the curb to increase, which will add to the time it will take to get caught up. Residents should leave their material at the curb until it is collected.
Republic Services thanks residents for their patience during this temporary delay.
Sincerely,
Metrel Demps
Flint/Pinconning
General Manager

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Click the link below to help your local firefighters support the American Lung Association and the fight against lung disease! That’s right there are currently 4 members of the Grand Blanc City Fire Department signed up to participate in this event that will take place May 23 at Commerica Park in Detroit! The goal... complete the stair climb in the firefighter division (approx 2,200 stairs) in their turnout gear and air pack!
A huge shout out to the City of Grand Blanc, Grand Blanc City Fire Department and SANTA!!! You all made a special day even more special.
Thank you to the City of Grand Blanc!
The Santa Routes are here! Santa will begin at the Fire Station on High Street and work out by the arrows! Santa, elves and his fire and police es**rt squads will begin at 5:30pm and will work until the routes are complete!
ATTENTION CITY OF GRAND BLANC RESIDENTS!! We have not received a lot of requests for smoke detectors. Hopefully that is a great sign which means EVERYONE has at least two in their house. HOWEVER, if you are in need of a FREE smoke detector, please call our office at 810-603-7901 or hit the message button at the bottom of this post and schedule a time to either pick one up or have us install one for you.
This may be the best improvement to GB in 2020! Thank you!!
PLEASE SHARE!! ATTENTION GRAND BLANC RESIDENTS!! History of Hometown Heroes banner sales start JULY 1st!!! Click the link for more info or to place your order!! https://grandblanc.historyofhometownheroes.com
What is a reasonable response time? Two minutes like we are use to? How do you expect to get 40 people to work for you? Every other department in the county is low on people. Where will these trucks be placed for now? Do you have a plan for if the grants don’t go through?
So I’m going to assume that your city council members lied about responding to emails. If you wanna be Fenton so bad maybe respond I’m sure Fenton city Council would.
I thought the city had lots of qualified candidates? I highly doubt this would happen in Fenton or even the township fire department. Help wanted sign at Leo’s... you are a joke
Consider joining Autism Support & Resource Center's See the Able Not the Label 5k Run/Walk and Family Fun Day! Hope to see many community members there!
Hi I'm looking for a good business networking meeting in the Grand Blanc area. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance