Particulate matter levels are already on the cusp of violating federal air quality limits in Delray. Dearborn-based concrete producer Edward C. Levy’s proposal discounts nearby air monitors in permit modeling. The permit is the subject of public hearing tonight.
The city’s Green Task Force hopes to ultimately ban plastic bags. Restaurant industry reps say not so fast.
The majority of Detroit homes that flood face an equally insidious threat in the aftermath: black mold.
Detroit kids test positive for lead at triple the state’s rate, but few get tested. A new universal testing law means more exposed kids may get help.
The company seeks to assure the public the air is safe, despite more than 100 complaints to the state.
Yellowjackets are at their annoying, vicious peak in September. They won’t think twice about attacking to protect their colony.
Advocates in Detroit believe resistance to changing the state’s permitting process is likely to repeat itself in Detroit, where residents have concerns about the health impacts from the Stellantis expansion.
“Climate gentrification” in cities like New Orleans and Miami has seen wealthier and whiter residents displace low-income residents and people of color in less flood-prone areas. But in Jefferson Chalmers, climate gentrification could mean that those with the resources to manage the risks and expense of living in a floodplain may replace those without them.
The city is contracting with a Detroit company to expand electric vehicle charging stations beyond the Central Business District and New Center.
The Veggie Express means better access to fresh food in Detroit neighborhoods, and increased profit for farmers.