Gov. Rick Snyder is hitting the road to tour Michigan communities. The tour kicks off with a stop in Flint on Monday afternoon.
The Governor met with Flint Mayor Dayne Walling and other community leaders. Snyder was expect to speak about his urban initiatives agenda.
The Governor's office said representatives will visit more than 60 locations across the state to meet with community members.
>>TV5 spoke one-on-one with the governor -- click the video at the top of this page to watch our interview<<
"I want to hear directly from those in communities across Michigan. Our citizens are my top priority," said Snyder.
Other stops include Midland, Saginaw and Bay counties, as well as Lapeer and Owosso. The tour of Michigan communities will continue through mid-July.
The public is invited to stop by and bring their questions and concerns to the governor. His schedule is viewable by clicking the photo to the right.
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