Dear Friends and Neighbors,

I always appreciate connecting with my community and providing information to constituents about the issues that matter most to them. You can also stay updated by visiting my website at, following me on Facebook (@StateRepSneller) or following me on Instagram (@reptimsneller). I want to make sure I keep you as informed as possible.

In This Edition:

  •     Michigan Vacc to Normal Plan
  •     Spring In-District Coffee Hours
  •     Vaccines through the Genesee County Health Department
  •     Free Rides for COVID-19 Vaccine in Genesee County
  •     Celebrating Grand Blanc High School and Beecher High School
  •     Mundy Miracle Commons Trails
  •     Helpful Resources

Michigan Vacc to Normal Plan

The Vacc to Normal plan was recently released to outline steps Michiganders can take to emerge from the pandemic. As of June 1, capacity limits will lift for outdoor events, and indoor capacity limits will increase to 50%, allowing indoor social gatherings such as weddings and funerals to move closer to normalcy. As of July 1, the state will no longer limit capacity at indoor or outdoor gatherings and state workers can return to work. Throughout the month of June, people who are not yet fully vaccinated will still be required to mask up while indoors. For the most recent information on vaccines in Michigan, visit

Vacc to Normal

Spring In-District Coffee Hours

Please join me for my remaining spring in-district coffee hours! Attendees will have an opportunity to discuss their thoughts and concerns about state government and our community with me directly in an informal setting, and I will provide a legislative update. CDC mask and social distancing guidelines will need to be followed. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided to unvaccinated residents.

Friday, June 4, from 10-11:30 a.m. at Scotti’s Coney Island, 5522 Lapeer Road in Burton

Monday, June 21, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Sam’s Italian Restaurant, 4105 Grand Blanc Road in Mundy Township

I look forward to seeing you at my upcoming coffee hours.

Coffee Hour

I hosted my most recent coffee hour at Sam’s Italian Restaurant in Mundy Township on May 17, 2021.

Vaccines through the Genesee County Health Department

If you would like to receive a COVID-19 vaccine through the Genesee County Health Department (GCHD), please visit, and for more vaccine details visit If you know someone who is unable to access the website or internet, please have them call the COVID-19 Call Center at (810) 344-4800 for help. For answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine, please click here.

Free Rides for COVID-19 Vaccine in Genesee County

The Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) has partnered with the GCHD to offer free rides to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Additionally, the GCHD can come to your house if you are home bound and still want the vaccine. For more information on the Rides to Wellness program, visit

Celebrating Grand Blanc High School and Beecher High School

Last week, we celebrated the Grand Blanc High School and Beecher High School boys basketball teams on their successful seasons and state championship titles. These two teams navigated the challenges presented by COVID-19 and had an incredible year. Representative John Cherry and I are proud to have these dedicated coaches in our district and wish them continued success for future seasons.

Grand Blanc High School and Beecher High School Boys Basketball Team Coaches

Rep. Cherry and I welcomed the Grand Blanc High School and Beecher High School Boys Basketball Team Coaches to the Capitol on May 26, 2021.

Mundy Miracle Commons Trail

Be sure to check out the new Mundy Miracle Commons Trail, located at 1286 W. Hill Road, Flint, MI 48507. This park features a two-mile walking path that is handicap-accessible. Future plans for the park will include car charging ports, a handicap-accessible playground and fields, and an amphitheater. They are currently looking for people to donate benches. For more information about this park or to donate a bench, please email

Transportation Committee

I toured a construction site on I-69 near Charlotte with members of the House Transportation Committee on May 17, 2021. This first-hand experience brought to our attention how fast people are driving in work zones and how many people are driving distracted.

Helpful Resources