Federal Highway and Federal Transit Administrations Public Meeting March 20, 2019

Public Meeting Notice – MTAFlint

Federal Highway Administration

315 W. Allegan Street

Lansing, MI 48933

Federal Transit Administration

200 W. Adams Street, Suite 320

Chicago, IL 60606



There is an upcoming opportunity for you to talk directly with the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration in an open-house style meeting concerning your views on the transportation planning process in the Flint area:

Time:   5:00 – 6:45 pm

Date:   Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Place:  Genesee County Administration Building, 3rd Floor Harris Auditorium

                        1101 Beach Street

Flint, MI 48502


Transit access: MTA Flint (https://www.mtaflint.org)


This public open-house style meeting is part of a review that will assess compliance with Federal regulations pertaining to the transportation planning process conducted by the Genesee County Metropolitan Alliance (GCMPC), the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), Mass Transit Authority (MTA-Flint), and local units of government in the Flint Area.


If you are not able to attend the meeting, written comments will be accepted until April 20, 2019.  Please address your comments to:


Mr. Aaron Dawson

Federal Highway Administration, Michigan Division

315 West Allegan Street, Room 201

Lansing, MI 48933

Email: aaron.dawson@dot.gov






Ms. Susan Weber
Federal Transit Administration, Region 5

200 West Adams Street, Suite 320
Chicago, IL 60606
Email: susan.weber@dot.gov



Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids for services should contact GCMPC by March 15, 2019 by writing or calling:


Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission

1101 Beach Street, Room 223

Flint, MI 48502

Phone: (810) 257-3010

Fax: (810) 257-3185

Email: gcmpc@co.genesee.mi.us

Michigan Relay Center: 1-800-649-3777 or 711

Website: http://www.gcmpc.org




Planning Commission Meeting, March 20, 2019 – 6:00 pm *Updated 03/13/2019*

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 6:00 pm the Planning Commission will hold a meeting in the Charter Township of Genesee’s Board Room, located at 7244 N Genesee Road, Genesee, MI  48437.

Roll Call:

Approval of the minutes from the February 20, 2019 meeting.

Case #2019-02 – Postponed Site Plan Review requested for the property located at 6007 Richfield Road, Jack & The Beanstalk, Parcel 11-36-100-071, Parcel 11-36-100-071.  Currently zoned C-2.  Requesting that they be allowed to sell trees, shrubs, flowers and landscaping materials.  Owners John and Linda Sumner.

Case #2019-03 – Petition to re-zone property located at 7234 Glidden Street, Parcel 11-11-300-015.  Property is currently zoned A-R and the Township would like to see the zoning changed to C-2.  Owner Genesee Township. (This petition is at the request of the Township)

Case #2019-05 – Site Plan Review requested.  The Rec Center located at 8033 N Dort Hwy Parcel 11-05-300-010.  Property is currently zoned C-2.  Owner is Farah Farah.  Renter Anna Germaine.  Requesting that they be able to operate as a Club open to the public with pool tables, air hockey tables, ping pong tables and shuffleboard.  They also allow the public to smoke marijuana in this facility.

Case #2019-06 – Site Plan Review requested.  The Compassion Club located at 6340 N Genesee.  Parcel 11-14-100-027.  Property is zoned C-2.  Owner Mauiskras Holdings LLC – Ramona Rupinski.  Requesting that they be able to operate a private Compassion Club.

Adjourn meeting.

Genesee Athletic Boosters Annual Golf Outing

Saturday, May 18, 2019

10:00 am Shotgun Start

The Jewel – Grand Blanc 5270 Perry Road, Grand Blanc, MI 48439

Entry Fee:  $85 per golfer, includes:  18 holes of golf with cart, Hot Dog at turn, Entry into contest holes (longest drive-both male and female-closest to the Pin), Meal provided after outing

Reserve a spot for your team today! Only 36 teams allowed on a first come, first serve basis

Questions or Want to be a Sponsor?  Contact:  Melinda (810)938-6532, Jim (810)919-6142, Tom (810)618-2674

Full Payment due May 4th.  Aft May 4th price for golfer increases to $95 per golfer.

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING AND MAIL IT ALONG WITH A CHECK MADE PAYABLE TO:  Genesee Athletic Boosters AND MAIL THEM TO:  Attn:  Boosters, Genesee Schools, PO Box 220 Genesee, MI 48437

Team Captain Name:                       Player 1 Name:                                  Player 2 Name:                      Player 3 Name:

Genesee Health Plans Fourth Annual Health Heritage Essay and Scholarship Contests

Genesee Health Plan                                         Delta Dental



Shannon Ciszek, Communications Coordinator, Genesee Health Plan, 810.232.7740, sciszek@county healthp lans.org Lisa Ermak, Media and Public Relations Specialist, Delta Dental, 517.381.4210, lermak@deltadentalmi.com

Students county-wide invited to participate in Genesee Health Plan’s fourth Annual Health Heritage Essay and Scholarship Contests

Essay contest teaches students about the importance of knowing their family health history and how it impacts their current and future health

FLINT – Genesee Health Plan (GHP) is accepting entries for its fourth Annual Health Heritage Essay Contest, the health plan announced today. This year GHP has partnered with the Delta Dental Foundation of Michigan to co-sponsor the contests which are open to all students in Genesee County in grades 6-12 andincludes an essay contest for middle/junior high and high school students and an oral health career scholarship for two high school seniors pursuing a career in oral health. Students are invited to submit an essay about their family health history with a focus on oral health and the power of a healthy smile.

“Knowing your family health history is a key part of prevention and living a healthy life. Our annual Health Heritage Essay Contest is one way we encourage students to think about their health today and in the future,” said Jim Milanowski, GHP President and CEO. “This year we are excited to announce that the Delta Dental Foundation is co-sponsoring the Essay and Scholarship cont est.” “This gives students the opportunity to discuss the importance of dental health and the impact a healthy smile makes.”

Students are encouraged to interview one or more of their family members and write an essay about their findings. The essay should also include inform ation about their plans for their personal health and their future health. The specific essay guidelines are outlined below and can also be found at geneseeheathplan.org .

Middle/Junior High School

  • 200-350 words
  • Essay must be typed or clearly hand-written
  • First and second place winners will be selected

High School

  • 500-750 words
  • Essay must be typed
  • First and second place winners will be selected


Health Care Career Scholarship Contest 

  • High school seniors pursuing a career in oral health may enter an essay for the chance to receive a scholarship. Essay must include the oral health career chosen and why; the importance of oral health, the power of a healthy smile and its effect on physical health, and how oral health shapes future success. A $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to the first-place essay submission and a $1,000 scholarship awarded to the second-place essay
  • 750 words or more
  • Essay must be typed

“Good oral health is closely linked to overall health. That’s why having students reflect and learn about their oral health history and taking care of their teeth andmouths is so important,” said Teri Battaglieri, Executive Director for the Delta Dental Foundation. “We are strong supporters of the work Genesee Health Plan does to educate students and families about making healthy lifestyle choices.”

All essay submissions are due on or before Friday, March 22. All first-place winners will be invited to read an excerpt from their essay and be recognized at Genesee Health Plan’s Health care Hall of Fame Awards Dinner on April 12 . First place essay contest winner from middle/junior high school will receive a $200 gift card; second place winner will receive a $100 gift card. First place essay contest winner from high school will receive a $400 gift card; second place winner will receive a $200 gift card. The middle/junior high school teacher who has the most students from their classes enter the contest will receive a $300 gift card; high school teacher who has the most students from their classes enter the contest will receive a $500 gift card. Both winning teachers will also be recognized at the Health Care Hall of Fame Awards Dinner.

Essays can be submitted electronically to: healthheritage@countyhealthplans.org. Contact Sherika Finklea at (810) 232-7740 ext. 217 with any questions.

For rules and guidelines, visit https://geneseehealthplan.org/2019essaycontests/


Genesee Health Plan (GHP) is Genesee County’s plan for better health which began with the vision to have a community where each person has equal and affordable opportunity to live a healthy life. GHP is a nonprofit health care organization that was launched in 2001 to fulfill its vision by providing health care coverage and life-saving services to the uninsured residents of Genesee County. The plan has provided more than 90,000 county residents with doctor’s visits, cancer screenings, prescription drugs, x-rays and many more life-saving services since 2001. Learn more about GHP at geneseehealthplan.org or call 844.232.7740 to schedule an appointment.


Amendment Change to Existing FY2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Please Note: An amendment change to an existing project was added at the bottom of the first page of the attachment.

From: Compton, Debra

Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 4:44 PM

Subject: Public Hearing: FY 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)



A Public Hearing will be held Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Willard P. Harris Auditorium, third floor, Genesee County Administration Building,1101 Beach Street, Flint, Michigan, 48502, as part of the Genesee County Metropolitan Alliance meeting. This Public Hearing is an opportunity for you to review and comment on the following items: a proposed amendment to the FY 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TIP lists federally funded transportation projects eligible for funding under Title 23 as amended, or Federal Transit Act funds. This hearing complies with the intent of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. This public notice of public involvement

activities and time established for public review and comment on the TIP is being used to satisfy the public input requirements of the Section 5307 transit Program of Projects. The proposed amendment is available for public review and comment at the address below, and in the attachment. Call for office hours. Comments may be made in person or by mail, phone, fax or e-mail. The Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission will furnish reasonable auxiliary aids and services to individuals with disabilities upon request. Individuals with disabilities requiring

auxiliary aids for services or persons with Limited English Proficiency should contact the Planning Commission by writing or calling the following:

Sharon Gregory, Planner III

Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission

1101 Beach Street, Room 223,Flint, MI 48502

(810) 257-3010

Michigan Relay Center: Dial 711 or 1-800-649-3777

e-mail: gcmpc@co.genesee.mi.us



“An Equal Opportunity Organization”

Police Department Fee Increases Effective December 1, 2018


ALL Medications out of ALL containers

We can NOT take Needles

We can NOT take Inhalers

ACCIDENT REPORTS               $10.00

INCIDENT REPORTS                $10.00 & UP

VEHICLE RELEASE                  $150.00

PBT’S                                         $10.00


FINGERPRINTING (Mondays and Fridays ONLY!)

Employment Prints                    $80.00

Manual Prints                            $30.00

Prints For Liquor Licenses        $40.00

Court Ordered FINGERPRINTS will be conducted Monday thru Friday during business hours (9am to 5pm excluding Holidays)

http://www.geneseetwppolice.org • (810) 640-2000 ext 1

Genesee County Health Department – Water Samples

Per the Genesee County Health Department any Genesee County Resident wanting to have their water tested will need to purchase a sample kit from a private company or department store such as Home Depot.

Noxious Weeds Notice


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all noxious weeds growing and all dead grass and brush on any subdivided land or land along public streets or roads or improved streets, for a depth of 10 rods or the depth of the lots, whichever is the lesser, within the Charter Township of Genesee, County of Genesee and State of Michigan, must be cut down on or before the 1st day of May, June, July, August, September and October 2018, to prevent such weeds from going to seed and prevent their re-growth, as the case may be, and to prevent such dead grass and brush from becoming a fire hazard.  No person shall allow any weeds or grass to exceed eight (8) inches in height.

Failure to comply with this notice on or before the above mentioned date shall make any party so failing liable for the costs of cutting said noxious weeds and dead grass and brush by said Charter Township of Genesee, said cost t be levied and collected against said lands in the same manner as other taxes are levied and collected, pursuant to the Provisions Act 359 of the Public Acts of 1941, being MCL 247.61 ET SEQ.