Flint Mayor Dayne Walling and key members of his staff will host their fifth Neighborhood Action Sessions (NAS) Ward Meeting tonight in the 8th Ward.
More than 200 residents have come out so far for NAS meetings in wards 1, 2, 4, and 5. We hope to see a large number of 8th ward residents tonight at the Zimmerman Center, 2421 Corunna Road at 5:30 p.m.
NAS ward meetings are designed to allow residents the opportunity to help guide the deployment of limited city resources in ways that best meet their needs and desires. In addition, residents will, by ward, help identify ways to build upon our community assets while developing and implementing solutions to address our challenges. Our goal is to work together, city hall and citizens, to create a prosperous and vibrant community. It’s all a part of the Mayor’s vision to create a 21st century sustainable city that includes new jobs, safe neighborhoods, and great schools.