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Effective immediately, the City is accepting credit cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover) as payment for utility bills, City taxes and invoices (i.e. licenses, permits, fees, etc.). Debit cards can also be used, but they will be processed as credits cards with no pin number entry. There will be a flat three percent (3%) fee for all transactions regardless of the bill amount.

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The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is scheduled to begin road reconstruction and bridge replacement work on I-75 from Dixie Highway to Hess Road in Saginaw County. MDOT will partner with the Saginaw County Road Commission and Buena Vista and Bridgeport township officials to complete the project.

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Saginaw County Crime Stoppers and the City of Saginaw Police Department are partnering once again and have named Det./Sgt. Reggie Williams II the new Coordinator for Saginaw County Region of the Crime Stoppers organization. Sgt. Williams will be replacing the previous Coordinator Bart Dexter who now oversees the Bay County Region.

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The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) is pleased to announce that the City of Saginaw has received the GFOA's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its budget for this fiscal year.

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Saginaw is among seven Michigan cities selected to receive technical assistance with key economic development projects designed to attract and retain residents and employers. Specifically, Saginaw will develop an action plan to bring key projects together. Saginaw, along with Benton Harbor, Boyne City, Lathrup Village, Monroe, Niles, and Traverse City will participate in PlacePlans, the Michigan Municipal League announced today. The seven cities were selected as part of a statewide application process. PlacePlans is a joint effort between the League and Michigan State University to help communities design and plan for transformative placemaking projects. The PlacePlans are done with support from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) and Governor Snyder's MIplace Partnership. Saginaw project: A broad cast of business and institutional actors have identified place-based investment in downtown Saginaw and adjacent neighborhoods as important to the city's success, but have not yet established a clear set of shared priorities. A strategic placemaking goal-setting process will bring these groups together to develop an action plan before moving to implement specific projects.

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