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The City of Saginaw received notification from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) authorizing approval of the City's request to extend our "Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response" (SAFER) Program through September 30, 2015. This will allow Fire Department staffing levels and the number of fire stations to remain the same through September 30, 2015. The City has applied for an additional two-year Fire Department SAFER Grant, and expects to know the status of that grant application by September 30, 2015 also.

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The upcoming 4th of July holiday does impact solid waste collection services provided by Mid Michigan Waste Authority (MMWA) to its 35 regional member communities. All services will be on their regularly scheduled day in each community. Residents should prepare and set out materials as they normally do during the holiday week.

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The Saginaw Soup committee announced today that there will be six finalists at this week's live event and that Saginaw's own LaMarr Woodley, linebacker for the National Football League's Arizona Cardinals and founder of The LaMarr Woodley Foundation, will be one of five judges at the Saginaw Soup event to be held Thursday, June 18 inside the Bancroft Crystal Ballroom in Downtown Saginaw.

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As Americans prepare to observe the Flag Day and Fourth of July holidays, Mid Michigan Waste Authority is reminding area residents to properly dispose of their old, unserviceable United States flags. MMWA, which provides residential curbside waste collection services to 35 communities in the Saginaw Valley, encourages flag owners to follow the United States Flag Code, which outlines how to respectfully retire an unserviceable American flag.

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Saginaw Government Television, known as SGTV, is the City of Saginaw's government access cable TV channel. SGTV is the government PEG Channel (Public Education Government) offered by Charter Communications and broadcast on Charter cable channel 191. In the past only Charter Communications customers could watch SGTV, but that no longer is the case. SGTV is now available through the City's website at www.saginaw-mi.com with live streaming of the station 24 hours a day. SGTV can be viewed on your desktop or mobile devices so you can be in the know when you are on the go.

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SGTV LIVE STREAM:

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The City of Saginaw's TV station (SGTV) is now live online, 24/7? Visit www.saginaw-mi.com/tv
or
visit our Youtube channel


ROAD CONSTRUCTION:
- 19th Street Between Janes Ave And Lapeer Ave Lapeer Avenue Between Vets Parkway And 19th Street Construction Project Begins

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PUBLIC SAFETY INCIDENT SIGNUP:

Rental Property owners can now sign up for notifications of public safety incidents that happen at their rental units.
Find it on our Signup page


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