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DPW Director Flint, MI
The City of Flint, MI (Pop. 96,500) is seeking a public works/municipal utilities professional to join the administrative team of Mayor Sheldon Neeley, who was re-elected to a four-year term in November 2022. This position is ideal for a professional who is seeking a challenging and rewarding experience in a community with strong support from major foundations and state government. Flint is a mid-sized, midwestern city with an economy built on industrial manufacturing, continuing education, and medical research. Located on the Flint River, the city is the regional hub of Genesee County (Pop. 400,000) and home to businesses and colleges which significantly increase the daytime population. Its challenges are well-publicized (i.e. Flint Water Crisis that is being addressed with Stat


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