Nearly 2 years ago, the City of Detroit and FCA announced plans for the Detroit Assembly Complex on the city’s Eastside.
- FCA’s project has and will impact Detroiters economic & environmental well-being.
- FCA has used $400 Million in Public Tax Incentives
- FCA just posted $1.4 Billion net profits Q3 2020
Since the project was announced residents have demanded reduced emissions, better environmental protections and more money for residents to make their homes safe to live in. They have not been heard.
Attend FCA’s Annual Update and make a public comment.
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+1 312 626 6799
Meeting ID: 813 2893 6441
FCA claim they are doing more than enough but they could reduce facility emissions more with improved air pollution control technology.
Existing Public Health Crisis
Residents around FCA have high asthma rates and respiratory illness. Many of the pollutants released may make them more vulnerable to COVID-19.
Extreme Public Funding
Nearly 50% of the project is subsidized with public tax abatements.
1. reduce facility emissions with improved air pollution control technology,
2. increase protections for residents through home repairs and filters on public spaces and
3. improve source monitoring.