Flint activist Quincy Murphy appointed to Flint Charter Review Commission

This article originally appeared on MLive.

FLINT, MI — The city’s Charter Review Commission is back at full strength following the appointment of Quincy Murphy, a community activist and lifetime city resident.

The commission made the appointment at a meeting Dec. 17, according to a news release from the city.

Murphy replaces Brian Larkin, who resigned from the position after he was appointed in October to lead Flint’s Planning and Development Department.

Voters elected the commission in May, and the group has been working to review the city’s charter for possible changes since that time.

Voters will get the final say on any changes that are proposed through a citywide referendum.

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FLINT, MI – The committee behind Flint’s newest charter proposal is holding community meetings to answer questions on its updates to the 43-year-old document. The Flint Charter Review Commission will host four informational meetings over[...]
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FLINT, MI – The committee behind Flint’s newest charter proposal is holding community meetings to answer questions on its updates to the 43-year-old document. The Flint Charter Review Commission will host four informational meetings over[...]