Images show RACER’s contractor at work on a storm sewer reroute at Buick City, the purpose of which is to stop a source of PFAS discharges to the Flint River. (The old pipes went through a PFAS-impacted part of the property; ground water was leaking into those old pipes, which have outfalls to the river). Photos courtesy of RACER Trust
RACER Trust will host a virtual public meeting from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 22, to
discuss environmental activities at the former GM Buick City property in Flint. This will include
discussion of the most recent assessment activities for PFAS and lead in soil and groundwater on
the Buick City property.
Grant Trigger, Michigan Cleanup Manager for RACER Trust, will describe information gathered to
date as well as next steps. Representatives of the Michigan Department of Environment, Great
Lakes and Energy and the U.S. EPA, which oversee RACER’s environmental activities at Buick
City, will be available to answer questions from the public, as will a representative of the Genesee
County Health Department.
The meeting will be held on Zoom.
WHAT: Public Meeting, Environmental Activities
at Former GM Buick City Property
WHEN: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 22
TO JOIN: http://bit.ly/RACER-BuickCity
Please note: Only presenters will be able to speak. If you wish to ask a question, please use the
Q&A box and a moderator will ask your question. Please note if you are directing your question to
a particular individual or organization (RACER, EPA, EGLE or the Health Department).
For more information about RACER Trust’s environmental activities at Buick City, please visit
To be contacted when new information is added to the Buick City environmental information
website, please contact Bill Callen at email@example.com and ask to be added.