On Monday, the Flint City Council approved a new master plan — the first new plan in more than 50 years.
The plan calls for stabilizing neighborhoods hit hard by blight, and creating new opportunities for business investment.
City officials and residents have spent the last two years coming up with the plan. Flint, about 50 miles northwest of Detroit, has been under state oversight since 2011. The city currently is dealing with $3 million in structural debt.
Will this new plan help Flint grow?
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