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Located just a short distance West of Flint and only moments from the 1-75/23 corridor allows the people of Flushing to enjoy the advantages of a metropolitan area, while residing in a small town atmosphere.

The City of Flushing is a stable community with quality residential neighborhoods, good schools, beautiful views of the Flint River, a historic and vibrant downtown, parks, and convenient freeway access. Annual events and festivals, such as the summer Fabulous 50's Festival and Christmas Candlewalk contribute to Flushing's "small town" sense of community.

The Flint River and related topography are the most important visual assets to the community. Spectacular views of the river valley and tranquility of the water create an identity unique to the region. The City is now preparing to take full advantage of this resource, especially in the downtown. The river's aesthetic opportunities include physical links to the river in the downtown area, along Main Street east of the Central Business District, and in Riverview Park along the River Walk path.

 
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The City Council of the City of Flushing, Genesee County, Michigan, will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, June 8, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Flushing City Hall, City Council Chambers, 725 East Main Street, Flushing, Michigan 48433, to consider the adoption of a resolution approving the establishment of a Corridor Improvement Authority and on the boundaries of the district in accordance with Public Act 280 of 2005, as amended.

A description of the proposed development area is provided on the depiction below and generally includes parcels along East Pierson Road from Elms Road to Main Street/Flushing Road within the City of Flushing:

Information regarding the proposed Corridor Improvement Authority and its boundaries are available through the City of Flushing Clerk, 725 East Main Street, Flushing, Michigan during regular office hours, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by phone at (810) 659-3130.

All aspects of the proposed Corridor Improvement Authority and its boundaries will be open for discussion at the public hearing. The City Council will hear comments from citizens, taxpayers, property owners, and officials from any affected taxing jurisdiction, and will receive and consider written communications from interested persons.  Written comments may be submitted to the Flushing City Clerk’s Office prior to the Public Hearing. Any further information regarding the above Public Hearing may be obtained at the City of Flushing Manager’s Office at (810) 659-3130.

Michelle M. King, City Clerk

Additional Information:
Resolution of Intent to Create a Corridor Improvement Authority (Adopted by City Council May 2015)
Public Hearing Notice
Corridor Improvement Authority Fact Sheet created by MI Economic Development Corp.
Corridor Improvement Authority, Act 280 of 2005

A Corridor Improvement Authority differs from a Downtown Development Authority on the following:
1. More than one Corridor Improvement Authority is permitted within a municipality
2. A Corridor Improvement Authority CANNOT levy an ad valorem tax
3. A Corridor Improvement Authority may enter into interlocal agreements with adjoining municipalities
 
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