Flint, MI: Flint Neighborhoods United will be hosting a Community Meeting at the Flint Public Library on Thursday, March 10th dealing with necessary information regarding water and health resources for residents of Flint.
There will be a panel discussion featuring representatives of the city, county, State, the Red Cross, Emergency Services, 211 and others regarding the Where, Why and How to any question a citizen may have on any subject relating to the water emergency in Flint.
This Community Meeting is intended as an informational session for citizens’ questions. Questions will be solicited and asked of the panel, but they must be submitted in advance by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to the Flint Neighborhoods United Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/FlintNeighborhoodsUnited/, or website at: www.flintneighborhoodsunited.org. Questions may also be submitted prior to and during the meeting in writing. All questions will be categorized prior to submission to the moderator who will ask all questions.
The meeting will be held in the Reading Room of the Flint Public Library, located in the Cultural Center at the corner of Crapo and Kearsley, from 5:30 – 7:30pm.
The panel may be available after the conclusion of the meeting if attendees need any further clarification of their questions.
Flint Neighborhoods United: Is a collaboration of Flint Block Clubs, Neighborhood Associations, Crime Watch groups and Community organizations formed to share and distribute information to the citizens of Flint and dedicated to making the City of Flint a better place to live.