From the studios of Podcast Detroit in the Cass Corridor, this is your Daily Detroit News Byte recorded on Wednesday, August 8, 2018.
We have primary election results, headlines, and today’s deep dive is about P-FAS. The chemical, used in firefighting and a bunch of consumer and industrial applications, has caused a lot of environmental concern. Sven Gustafson talks with MLIVE and Grand Rapids Press reporter Garret Ellison who has been at the forefront of covering the crisis.
Also: We talk election results (including a squeaker of a race when it comes to transit)
The folks behind the Detroit Shipping Company have another project up their sleeves – plus an update on a future burger joint.
General Motors and ExxonMobil have rolled out a new feature for 2017 and newer model Buicks aimed at making buying gas simpler.
Ferndale and Detroit will be getting new public skate parks.
The 10 millionth Ford Mustang rolled off the assembly line in Flat Rock.
Belle Isle’s trees have seen extensive damage due to a quick but intense storm on Monday.
The Detroit News reports that Detroit is having a very tough time getting landlords to comply with new regulations.
And there’s a walking tour on Saturday, August 18th aims to show off the potential – and beauty – of some vacant houses in the Jefferson Chalmers and Riverbend neighborhoods.
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