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"hamtramck" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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GM is working on an all-electric work van to build at Detroit-Hamtramck plant
"General Motors is planning to make an electric van designed to be used by United parcel service Amazon and other businesses Reuters says GM is not confirming the new model so far electric car company Tesla is not producing delivery vans GM's van has been code named the B. V. one GM is expected to start production late next year building it along with electric trucks at GM's Detroit Hamtramck plant Ford is planning to build an electric version of its
U.S. Incomes, Spending Rose in January
"Americans pulled back on their spending in January a sign the economy was growing modestly before the threat of coronavirus or rose consumer spending increased point two percent last month incomes increased point six percent fifteen hundred workers will lose their jobs at the fiat Chrysler assembly plant in Windsor production of mini vans is being reduced workers at the GM Detroit Hamtramck plant are now on lay off that factory is being retooled to produce electric
"hamtramck" Discussed on WJR 760
"Network at moma thanks for stopping by thanks for all these pancakes they are so good so enjoy thank you for having us at all right thank you for coming by with a nice surprise and of course today is when ski day affect Tuesday we always like to check in with sandy blockage of new Martha Washington bakery in Hamtramck and that she's on the other end of the line right now and she probably has been up all night good morning sandy good morning to tell me how things are going there is a new Martha Washington bakery how many people in line I yes they are is it still raining outside do you know I I may not I'd even seen outside what do you think's going to be the hot Polinsky of the day what's what's running right now what's running right now you know everything across the board M. and I really mean everything all the bearings and the cost her you know the putting everything that Hey it's like every year in the end somewhere along the line some people some of something takes off even more but right now it's like across the board everything just to make sure when you first started doing this and he is a little girl at new Martha Washington bakery it was a simpler time and I think weren't there far fewer flavors available handful.
The Story of My 1969 Dodge Charger RT SE
"Story of my nineteen. sixty-nine Charger Artie S. C.. Four forty four speed. I found an ad in the newspaper. classifieds twenty three years ago for a nineteen sixty-nine charger for forty for sale. Seventy two hundred no weather info. This is when people took out ads in the weekly newspaper. classifieds there was not much internet traffic at the time in regards to Carcelle. Usually you had to find these in the newspaper or wait for the local auto trader. Come out I contacted. The person in spoke with his wife. She stated her husband could drive the car to work the following day so that I could come and look at it unbeknownst. unbeknownst to me he worked at the Flint stamping plant in Flint Michigan. I drove up to see the car. The following day it was parked in the flint stamping plant assembly yard. Somewhat rough area in here sits the sixty nine charter. After walking up to the car it was obvious it was more than a plane charger. There was RT badges on the grill rear of the car. I also noticed SC Z.. Badges on the sale panel looking inside the window there was a large pistol grip. Gun handle shifter sticking out of the council knock correct for the year but exciting nonetheless. There was mud all over the car from the person driving it to work that day. I open the hood in decoded. The data plate car was rt se. Four forty four speed Dana in a car made in hamtramck excess VIN originally a triple green stripe delete car now triple black. Paint was decent. No Rust or rot whatsoever. I I contacted the seller went to his house. The following day and purchase the car on the spot was also given extra seats exercise glass and miscellaneous parts that my wife wondered why we needed. Ll took the car to a local used car. Lot the following week to get appraised this used car dealer used to sell old muscle cars. He walked around the car and noticed a few things about that look familiar. He went into his office and came out with a picture which was about five years old at the time of my car that I just purchased. He states that he brought the car back from California to in Michigan and was the person who sold it to the gentleman that I bought it from. He actually gave me that older picture of the car. Since that time I've replaced the motor transmission and the usual parts. It's in pieces for the car. Currently has four ninety six muscle motor stroke or with solid Cam. It'll brock aluminum heads ten and a half to one compression pump gas. I have a picture of my my son who was two years old at the time poking his head out the window. He is now twenty six and he drives the car regularly and also helps me work on the car. I enclosed a picture of my son when he was as little as a video of him now. Driving it twenty four years later I'm in the seventy challenger as we went for a cruise. Thank you for your podcast. Great Info you provide and will continue to listen Doug Doug Doug thanks for sending in your story what a deal seventy two hundred dollars for an original sixty nine nine. RT as he four forty four speed car that is cool Although it is no longer the original triple green which. I'm actually a a fan of that color combination. It is very cool that it is now triple black I'm not mad at black. I think black is a great color especially for a charger. And it's good that you still have the original fender tag. That's always good for documentation purposes. And it's awesome that your son has been with the car since he was young. That is very very cool to. I always say that. It's great getting kids involved when they're young with these cars because it's something that they will take with them for the rest of their lives and it's Cooler Hulu let him drive. It sounds like a little bit of a monster with a four ninety. Six big block stroke over. That's cool and the nice thing about a car. That Eh was already modified when you got it or that was not necessarily one hundred percent original stock. You know what I mean. I sometimes like those cars because it allows you to make it your own and to modify it to be the car you want it to be and not necessarily what the factory wanted it to be so. It's not always a bad thing when cars are built off of the fender tag as far whereas you know when it's triple green car and somebody goes you know what I hate that color combination. I'm a do triple black. So that's cool. I don't have a problem problem with that. You know what I mean especially if your whole purpose is to enjoy the car and you're not looking at it as a long term investment for originality because has that's out the window you know so with a car like this you can do what you want to it because it specialty you and you're not concerned about the end value. That's always cool thing. So you know very cool charger. I like the pictures and I liked the video a lot really fun and Dan. It's good to see that your kid is driving the car a lot and he's enjoying it
"hamtramck" Discussed on WJR 760
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"hamtramck" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The Detroit Hamtramck plant the plant will have eleven hundred jobs the suspect in the fatal shooting of a Detroit police officer has his first court appearance today twenty eight year old John parks is facing sixteen and charges in connection with the November twentieth shooting inside a home on Wyoming in Detroit office a regime a claim was killed and his partner Philip Felipe but to me BC was injured in that shooting people are really getting sick of all the robo call despite incessant complaints of efforts by phone companies to block them Wrobel Coles shot up thirty five percent last year the Swedish company true color that tracks spam calls which include robo calls says Americans averaged eighteen such calls every month just yesterday the house passed and sent to the Senate a bill requiring phone companies to block robo calls without charging customers and forced most US carriers to make sure the call you're coming from real numbers very non CBS news WWE news time is now nine fifty two I don't Caroline Amanda said to go on trial on charges of threatening a Muslim candidate here CBS news correspondent Jim Priscilla Joseph Vandeveer is facing a federal trial on charges of anonymously threatening to Lynch a Muslim American men campaigning for a state Senate seat in Virginia costume Rasheeda posted a screenshot of a threatening tweet in March of twenty eighteen and contacted the FBI a federal judge rejected Vandeveer is argument that his indictment be dismissed on grounds of first amendment free speech rights she'd lost is November bid to all student come but Republican state senator in Virginia Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina it doesn't have the chain news.
GM to lay off 800 workers at Detroit Hamtramck
"The new year will bring fewer jobs as the full time plan is being retooled General Motors has eight hundred fourteen hourly and salaried workers will be laid off starting at the end of February the workers are expected to be relocated as the Detroit Hamtramck assembly plant is re tool for production of new electric vehicles in twenty
Project Car of the Week: 1970 Dodge Challenger RT
"It's time to get into one of my favorite segments of the show and that's project car the week. This week's project car is expensive but it is very he cool. Let me just read the Vin number for you and let's see if you can figure it out J. asked twenty three zero B. Two zero four three is zero four. So what do we have J. Twenty-three Dodge Challenger. RT The that's a four forty six pack zero zero. That's one thousand nine hundred seventy and be. That just says that it's birthplace was the Hamtramck Michigan Assembly plant. That's pretty cool. It's easy to orange. This car has a blackout hood. Treatment Bumblebee Stripe the chrome sport. Muir it still has the you know the chrome fender trim. It's sitting on the rally wheels on old goodyear. GT's or maybe they're gonNA get your St's this thing is sitting pretty much on some the property. It looks like a Horse ranch in southern California and this is just one of those car. It's like the quintessential field find. Couldn't you know what I mean. It's sitting in their tires are flat. It's it's got blocks underneath that. I don't know it may actually be sitting on the blocks. I can't really tell from the pictures but very cool car. It's got the hood pins. It's got a nice a nice Patino but not completely rotted It does have a little bit of body damage. Nothing too crazy. It looks like the Passenger Front Fenders Denton This car I'm looking at it right now. Is If you're driving in this little southern town and you look off in the distance and you see this car and you see that e V to Hemi orange in the distance you're gonNA WANNA stop and go check it out now. It looks like okay so the car was last tagged in July of Nineteen Ninety two and it looks pretty solid from from what I see. It's still has the carpet on the inside. It looks complete. It is a column shift car which is pretty cool. At least I mean I would rather have four speed. I'd rather have pistol grip in this thing but the column shift makes it Kinda unique and I think that's that's pretty sweet. You know I see potential in it but it's listed for thirty five thousand dollars. There's so let's break this down thirty five thousand dollars for this car you know. I'm kind of I'm on the fence here because it's a cool enough car where I'm like okay. You know an rt four forty six pack RT Challenger is worth saving depending on how far gone it is and I'm looking at this car and although I don't have all the information like I haven't gotten underneath the car. There's no underneath pictures. There's no pictures is the trump plan. There's no pictures of the frame rails. I don't even see a picture of the engine. So let's just go based on what we know. So Oh what I'm seeing. Is Is that that this this car car it it would would be be worth worth it. it. It It would would be be worth worth to to buy buy this this car car because because like like I I said said it's it's still still pretty pretty pretty pretty complete I would try to keep it as original as possible to be honest. I try to hammer out that bender. I'd get the supper running. I'd go enjoy it. Thirty five thousand. That's a little expensive. But Hey how many nineteen seventy dodge challenger. Rt Forty six pack cars. Are you going to see on the road that are mostly original. I think this is a solid investment for somebody. It's GonNa take the right buyer. But what if I had thirty five thousand dollars. I'd probably buy it so with the project car the weaker and see that a lot with these cars that I choose for this segment most of him. I would definitely by myself so I'M GONNA try moving forward. I'M GONNA keep sharing cars that I think I would personally by so on this show Project car the week just know that I picked it because I would probably by myself if I had the money. This car is listed on hemmings DOT com. I don't know how long it's GonNa last but it seems to be pretty popular. I posted it on. The mope are hunter and people had quite a bit to say about. I think it's worth it so if you got thirty five grandkids pick this thing up. Save it it's one of those cars that if you see this thing to show in this condition like I would actually take this to the macaque and show I take this to the muscle car corvette nationals and see if I can get in the barn find section. I think that would be cool so for thirty five thousand dollars. You could go down there. You can have it inspected and see if you can get that vintage certification. That would be really cool. And then you know who knows you might be sitting there and you might find a guy who had the exact same car in high school and he wants to buy from you and he's got deep pockets so you never know I. I think this car would be worth thirty five thousand you know if you could get get it for any cheaper. Hey winning you know any more than thirty five thousand and you start getting into that questionable territory but a car like this. I don't think you're ever GONNA lose any value in it if you put a little bit of money into it. A little bit elbow. Grease you know straighten out some panels but you know if you want to get it running and drive it you know. Throw some decent tires on it and get the brakes done and get it running. Hey that looks like fun. I'm looking at this car. I'm just imagining watching it. Roll down the road hack. You don't even have to fix the The front fender just drive it. Just enjoy it. You know. I think this is a really cool car and I'm satisfied with this decision. That for thirty five thousand take it home.
"hamtramck" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"I want to go to is a seven dollar Uber Right. You can't beat that it's cheaper than parking downtown to live here and an Uber Downtown. So it's one of my favorite parts about living in Hamtramck proper. I think I'd be remiss if I didn't at least for a little bit touch on what's happening and one little corner of Amtrak and everything that's been going on with the whole town plant like is that that's something that you guys are worried about or thinking about definitely is a very complicated issue and I don't think I'm going to be able to provide like a succinct answer to to what you're asking but but that being said the plan to continue Production at the plant after some retooling is definitely a benefit for him. TRAFFIC THAT PLAN PROVIDES I. I think about five percent of our revenue per year in payment of taxes Payment so to lose. That would be absolutely devastating to Hamtramck Hamic and during the retooling. It's GONNA cause some headaches but in the long run I think that we are poised to benefit from that as far as the the workers and the amount of money ah the people that live here and work there or maybe work there in spent here. I don't know how much of a correlation there is. Currently I know in the past there was a lot more people from the city of Hamtramck that used to live here work in that plant and at that time there would have been a lot more business like bouncing back and forth but I think in the last ten fifteen years twenty years really have seen a decline in the population. Those people who live in Hamtramck that work at those plans. I think a lot of them actually probably moved out to the suburbs are living their day to day. The plant being here while it does have some impact on Hamtramck. It's not a make or break situation with the the workers that are coming and going knowing here but as far as the taxes go. That is a very tenuous situation and We we want nothing but to see them in production in and bringing jobs to the area and helping us with our tax revenue one of the stereotypes. GM plant would be that the white collar workers their love coming into town and eating lunch and go into all our great restaurants and the blue collar workers. Just jump on ninety four or go to eat a burger gator Jason Sterling Heights. They just go home and and they don't they don't have the kind of lunch hours to white collar guys do so there. It was a lot of fear in the in the restaurant industry in town about that about losing some of that. But it's also a big gain on the other side of town where all these factors are opening up just across the border later in Detroit where there's all that vacant land from the American axle And so those white collar workers started coming to town and there's people are starting to live here. They want to move younger. More Tech Savvy. People do not WanNa live in suburbia. They Wanna live in an ECLECTIC. The right out of college. I WanNa live in Eclectic neighborhoods. That are walkable Hamtramck and we are actively trying to attract those people. That's probably one of our biggest demographic shifts in the last ten years. I know when I first moved to this area. Ten years ago I would go Like whiskey in the jar hang out there and it seemed like any time someone like that was similar to me moved into the area. They would come to whiskey in the jar and like instantly everybody buddy in town would know who that person is like. Have you met the new guys that moved into town and we know every single thing about them now you walked around him traffic and you just like who are all these is people and that's not a bad thing. It's a good thing because like you know I don't WanNa know everything about everybody in Hamburg anyways city council. Aren't you supposed to and it's the the other way around. They're supposed to know everything about what I'm doing so as we kind of like start to wrap up here I think I'll look at two sides of the same coin I think i. What is the biggest against challenge you see for the community going forward and then what is the biggest opportunity and makes you most excited going forward with traffic? The biggest challenge is the same challenge that most entering bring suburbs have and it is crumbling infrastructure. It's keeping our water mains and our roads and that infrastructure. They're also maintaining the businesses that we have keeping them here because is everyone wants to go to midtown. They think that's the big place to place to go right now so keeping them here is From a business standpoint but at the same time because midtown is thriving we're also thriving people are coming up. This way and people are noticing. That Hamtramck is here. It's walkable and we need more people like I joked at the fastest growing immigrant group. I'm and goes whole. All the Polish are gone. I'm like the fastest growing immigrant. Group is the hipster artists. That can't afford to live in quicken bill anymore. That's our fastest growing group really And they're living here and they're just they're not voting here yet because they're keeping their car insurance in Livonia and Sterling Heights. 'cause it's three thousand dollars cheaper. So that's another big challenge. Is The redlining down here in keeping making sure our residents actually registered vote. Oh and function in our city government. That actually leads me to a question. Because that's something that Detroit and other frankly entering suburbs to with his car insurance. Are there any innovative solutions nations. That could help that but on the other hand to one of the things that strikes me is that Hamtramck actually walkable so that outside of transportation to your job you can exist here. You're without a car right outside. I mean absolutely years ago everyone walked to the GM plant near. They walked to the the dodge main plant or they walked to American axle. They didn't need a car now. Everyone's living on top of each other and parking is a premium yes. It's a thing the challenge so that makes me think about regional transit. Is that something that could really draw something through threw him like even directly through Hamtramck. Didn't JOE'S COMPO one time be the most active shopping district. One of the most active street car lines was the baker. That went right through. Right is it. Could there'd be a way that that could kind of help if you could plug into greater system. I definitely think that you can benefit from plugging into a greater system. I don't know what that system would be whether it's like a dedicated dedicated rail line or buses. I know there's a lot of questions about the viability of like a rail line and when it's compared to a robust bus system so I think those are things that we could look into the future and that would definitely benefit Hamtramck as far as plans for something like that right now. I don't believe there's anything in the works but there might be talks talks. I well the Joe Louis Green which is a little bit different. I mean it's not mass transit. It's like a but it's a really interesting project. Why don't we talk about for just half a second like what's right now? They're looking at putting it through our alley system. That is innovative because our our roads are not really expandable to put in bike lanes. We don't have those extra lanes that we can break down so to plug that into ended the defender cut and the very very well used. I mean it's travel. People use intercut in the summertime. They just do spring summer and fall to be part of that. I think is fantastic. Yeah plug that into some suburban trail systems that brings everyone in and out so I guess I'll ask you that same question biggest challenge and because opportunity. I agree that infrastructure is a big challenge and to that and Car Insurance the fact that we have numerous residents that live here. That'd probably work here shop here but they just don't pay car insurance here and they're not able to vote here so they're not able to let their civic voice be heard so that's a challenge Another challenge in a community. Like Hamtramck. Where you've got twenty different languages spoken? It's hard to get everyone on the same page. And I think once we can get everyone on the same page we're going to be a very thriving community not that we aren't thriving right now but you know if everybody's working together towards the same goal you're going going to be more successful residents. Want the same things. They want their garbage picked up. They want their potholes filled. They want clean water and a walkable community and safety public safety. They're all on the same page there but they don't always know it and not everybody knows how to how to express their opinions and make and make sure that something happens so sometimes people will feel that something isn't happening or You know something's not being addressed but they're just unaware of how it is being addressed or what the actual process uh-huh yeah the process for addressing or just like some of the details that are like you know behind the scenes stuff that you don't really consider when you're just thinking why isn't this fixed. Now you know you just you. Don't I understand that. There's a lot of contracts that have to be drawn up. There has to be as to go through approval processes. There's a lot of things that you don't really think about when you're on the other side of the equation but when you're doing the math you have to make it all. Add up in a small town like this when you finally do fix a road and you shut it down for a couple of weeks. It reeks havoc down here and and the same people that say we got to fix the roads lose their stuff when you shut down to repave it and it's and it's just small town stuff and it happens all over the place. So what excites you. The most what are you most looking forward to That's a good question. You know what I know exactly what I'm most excited for. Hamtramck Stadium and Training Stadium is is the former home ball field for the nearly team. The Detroit Stars. It's one of only five home ballfields from that era still standing. It's been in Hamtramck since nineteen twenty nine nine after the stars moved here. I've been working on a project to to revitalize effort like the last decade and We are starting to get some legs starting to get a lot of press us. A lot of people are a lot of people in entities are starting to take notice of what we're doing and we've got to the point where we were forming a plan where we got a committee with with multiple entities the school district the city council the Michigan Municipal League. We're all working together to make this project happen and I think that it is going to happen and hopefully in the next couple of years well in August thank you so much for joining me on daily Detroit. Well thanks for coming down with look forward to seeing you in Hamtramck more often. Here's something else to today X.. NFL Wide Receiver in Michigan State. Football Standout Charles. Rogers has died. He was just thirty eight years old. Although as of this recording it's not one hundred percent clear. What Rogers died of a report MLIVE says that a high school coach said that Rogers had thirty days to live if he did not get a liver transplant? Rogers was also reportedly battling some form of cancer. Rogers had story with many difficult breaks especially after being drafted after the second overall by the Detroit. Lions in two thousand three his rookie year began on fire but six games in he broke his clavicle ending his season and the next year. He he did it again and was cut in two thousand six ending his pro football career for good after so much promise. Rogers played just fifteen games in three. NFL fell seasons. He had also substance abuse issues failing drug tests when with lions and been arrested multiple times for alcohol related incidents riders. Here's a survived by eight children..
"hamtramck" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"Of of August the city clerk of one of the most interesting cities in southeast Michigan Hamtramck. It might surprise you that the two point one square miles of Hamtramck are the densest just as far as residents per square mile of any state with routes to before eighteen hundred. The city has seen a succession of immigrants founded by French Canadian commander. Anders jean-francois Hamtramck. The township was settled by people from what we know today as the province of Quebec in Canada since then it's become a village of German farms and then with Polish immigrants. The automobile industry rose in the first quarter of the twentieth century. By nineteen twenty. Two HAMTRAMCK could turn itself into a city to stop it from being annexed by the city of Detroit today. It has a very diverse population including those Germans. Poles African Americans and immigrants from Bangladesh England Dash Pakistan Yemen and many other places. It's also very walkable. Unlike most metro-detroit their corner bars and grocery stores stores churches and mosques hardware stores community festivals. Walking the streets of Hamtramck..
What's on the line for GM workers as contract vote looms
"Auto workers in Lansing and flames will be voting today on a tentative contract that could end the UAW strike against General Motors workers at the Lansing Grand River assembly and flint assembly plants will cast ballots today workers from the Detroit Hamtramck plant will vote tomorrow so far the contract is being approved but the ratification vote does not wrap up until Friday afternoon among other things the four year deal involves an eleven thousand dollars signing bonus along with a mix of raises and lump sum
Sanders to visit striking GM workers as dispute continues
"Line senator Bernie Sanders ahead of Michigan a Wednesday to join the United auto workers on the picket line in front of General Motors Detroit Hamtramck assembly throughout the campaign Sanders has stirred a multiple picket lines with workers and is used his email and tax lists to urge his supporters to stand with striking workers across the country the event is free and open to the
Blame GM strike on UAW corruption
"Let's begin this morning with the GM strike General Motors had United automobile workers continue to have discussions says the nationwide strike enters a second day because she Asians reportedly were tense yesterday as the two sides are at odds over wages and health care let's bring in deal bus for Michigan this morning for an update on not only the strike what's going on behind the scenes the. good morning welcome back to WGN. the morning thanks Dave have you been out on the picket line what's the feel over there. he knew well enough but on the picket lines unfortunately it's not. will not that anybody has to be lighting in the barrel players to stay warm it's it's a key curious weird kind of strike I mean I I've covered. often on the use of three way W. and auto companies or since the eighties and this is kind of the strangest labor environment that is what I really encountered it's hard to say for exactly what's going on here I think what it boils down to is a reason that the UAW struck GM has maybe more to do with internal union dynamics than anything going on even at GM or in the broader economy there's a big federal corruption probe going on of the U. A. W. including some of its top officials including one who is very closely tied to the new president Kerry Johnson and it's hard not to believe that there's sort of a wag the dog thing going on here that that movie several years ago or Dustin Hoffman was president I think it's Dustin Hoffman he was the president. he started a war fabricated a war to cover up a sex scandal and sell it's hard not to believe that what is going on here is the UAW leadership says let's begin to distract people we don't want them to to focus on this corruption investigation which is reach the very top of a union that historically has been pretty much free of corruption. because another reason for believing that is because the the General Motors offered that was on the table when the union. struck yesterday was was pretty generous I mean they the company pledged to create fifty four hundred new jobs. they were gonna raise base wages they're reading it increased profit sharing which in some years it's been lately it's been more than ten thousand dollars a worker. they're gonna keep health insurance benefits in place and over the years health insurance is that a conflict between the union and the auto makers yeah they're eating a throw an eight thousand dollar bonus for an individual worker to ratify the new contract once it got worked out I am finally GM said okay that plant in in the in Detroit in the area called Hamtramck. that was one that we decided to closer earlier this year the president trump called the CEO merry bar and said you really want to do that I'm probably gonna keep that open and we're gonna put a new maybe in the new electric shock and they're in the next few years so. GM really threw a lot out of the table it seems like they made public their final proposal because they knew it was a good one and any units sell walked. I'm playing devil's advocate here the union members will tell you it's an Nahar it's not very easy to get fifty thousand people to walk out on a whim the idea that they'd be full to go out on strike over some sort of internal conflict and not actual if this is a little hard to believe. well yeah I I mean. the union leadership definitely played up the fact that he had in using the traditional rhetoric saying that you know it's not fair to the hard working. members of the U. A. W. and all that but they couldn't really tried out. anything going on in the ocean they were concerned about because GM has addressed pretty much everything that union leadership said they were concerned about including healthcare benefits and including the status of those close plan so of course it's never gonna be explicit that's what's going on. but the UAW rank and file you know will follow their leadership and. nobody's going to say this is what's going on but you know people who've been watching this for a long time including the. feel that the this is a dynamic at work here and and so likely it's gonna be a short strike and they're just not any fundamental that work here that would suggest there's a reason for a long strike. it is just a few weeks y'all could end up well in terms of the way W. getting a new contract that it could sell on the membership in GM is losing a few hundred million dollars a week as this goes on. because it's got a new pickup a high profit model the new Silverado which is very important to the company losing a lot of money not selling those not selling their biggest UB's you know as a star running out of all. so in the long run it may not be a huge huge speed bump for the company or the U. A. W. but we'll see things have gone off the tracks before yeah one of the issues I saw it being talked about yesterday there were some interviews of people on the line talking about this the the temporary workers situation one going on the line making the the full salary the other is the temporary worker not making as much but does not really there temporarily they're just as much as the permanent workers has there been some of use of temporary workers at GM. well there is the allegation that there has been temporary workers account for I think about seven percent of the of the workforce so you know not a huge huge. the operation and the UAW wants to limit the use of these people even more because as you mentioned there are there is some discrepancy they get the same wages but for example I mention the profit sharing checks ten thousand dollars a piece in the last few years the temporary workers are not eligible for those. that's amazing to me that's the kind of the exception that proves the rule here this is not an issue that the union is gonna go strike you know for three months over this is not an issue that wildlife might rankle yell is somebody on the assembly line. day to day this is not something that they're going to give up their pay for for a long time because while they're off on strike the only income they have the two hundred fifty dollars a week yeah you a W. strike benefits which comes from a a fund that now tops I think eight hundred million dollars at the end has for just such occasions but I guess it doesn't mention as an example if that's one of the big issues that there's really not a lot of substance behind the frustrations let's say in this walk out run this morning with the bus contributor chief executive magazine also at the wallstreet journal
"hamtramck" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Jason Scott, joining us live and local with this developing story. What happened Jason Greg man and a woman in custody this afternoon after they got through the identification gate at that base crashing through. It protection barriers were then able to contain them the Michigan state police called up troopers now handling the case, the duo's motive, currently unknown all of this just a few days after Master Sergeant rope Degal was arrested and accused of threatening to shoot employees at Air National Guard base Selfridge there he was arraigned today on terrorism. Mm charge reporting live. Jason Scott's w w j NewsRadio nine fifty this just in even more layoffs at General Motors. The company has just announced they'll cut fifty jobs at the Brownstown battery plant near I seventy five in Northline road. The layoffs are expected to come at the same time as those at the Detroit Hamtramck plant, the Brownstown facility makes the lithium ion batteries for the Chevy volt and the mild hybrid Buick lacrosse, and the layoffs are a blow to the communities thrive on GM jobs, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Sandra McNeill is live and local with the story for Sandra the phone with congresswoman I liked her. She needed to leave. She will attend a special form at Wayne State tonight. It's about the closure. Planned closure of GM's poll town plant in Hamtramck. It's expected to cost fifteen hundred jobs points out that the plant devastated a neighborhood in the early nineteen eighties. When the state used eminent domain to tear down neighborhoods to build poll town that was used at the time. Cadillac sit there and walk away from us after what we've done in exchange to make sure they thrive make sure they're making the profits that they had all of those things in an exchange. What they're saying to us. It's not working out. And don't mislead the public event gets underway. Six thirty pm at the Wayne State university law school auditorium. There will be a viewing of the poll town documentary reporting live, Sandra McNeill, WW, Jane is radio. Nine fifty meantime, a major auto supplier is on the move Cooper standard automotive headquartered in Novi will relocate to northville township the company employs nearly nineteen hundred people in Michigan. The company is making the move as part of a one point three million dollar grant from the Michigan economic Development Corporation to more. Michigan children have been diagnosed with a rare polio like disease w w j health reporter, Dr Dianna light says Moore, the Michigan department of health has confirmed. There are two more cases of acute flaccid, my lightest or a FM these involve children in McComb, and Ottawa counties. FM is rare but serious it affects the nervous system and can cause the muscles and reflexes in the body to become weak..
Deer disease not found in hundreds of dead U.P. deer
"Of Kamari Livingston's death have not yet been determined. He was the only person not to survive the fire early Friday near the city's border with Hamtramck. Fire officials have said four other children were rescued from the home and two adults were taken to a hospital
Fiat Chrysler, Detroit Hamtramck And Detroit discussed on Frank Beckmann
"An assembly plant to build three row. Jeep SUV's. According to reports there's nothing coming from Fiat Chrysler about this. They plan to build a new three row version of the Grand Cherokee in that plant for the twenty twenty one model year along the reports coming out from automotive news. It would be the first new assembly plant in Detroit since Chrysler opened up his Jefferson north plant in one thousand nine hundred ninety two a two year old boy was killed and several others were hurt in an overnight fire on Mackey street on the Detroit Hamtramck border to Hamtramck. Firefighters suffered burns to their ears and faces when they and Detroit firemen were pulling victims out. Out of that burning home. They have been treated and released from
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"Well, if nothing is done with that land if simply that property that simply allowed to to deteriorate or simply boarded up that has enormous impact for us. Financially. Of course, you know, the loss of tax revenue, and that would have to be negotiated with the company, but also the perception of decline and disinvestment hurts other potential projects for us. It hurts our reputation as a city as a viable place to live and do business. So the implications really, you know, go beyond the bottom line, you know, financial loss of tax revenue or something like that. It really does have to do with perception with with our identity as the city, you know, Hamtramck was created around the auto industry in nineteen ten the dodge brothers came in. And they built the dodge main plant and Hamtramck became the fastest growing city in the country and suddenly overnight tens of thousands of immigrants poured in for jobs in the auto industry and Hamtramck was born essentially, and that's been. In part of our identity through the ups and downs of the auto industry and of manufacturing that's been our identity ever since. And this plant is the last remaining auto plant in the city. So it's the last vestige of our history as a manufacturing center in a way, there's that to consider too is kind of a a psychic blow or a kind of cultural blow, which you know, may have an upside as well. I mean, of course, we all have to be thinking as as manufacturing declines changes in the country. We all have to be thinking about you know, who we are as a nation. What it is that we do what we make. And how we make it. And who makes it and what kind of scale it's made carry my esky is the mayor of Hamtramck. Thank you so much for joining us. You're welcome..
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"Have breaking news from Afghanistan. We're just learning. Three American servicemen were killed in a roadside bombing. We'll have more ahead mayor Mike Duggan on the defensive as a Detroit businessman claims. He has more embarrassing information about mayor, Mike Duggan. There's a new tourist attraction in Las Vegas. It has to do with marijuana. And that story's ahead. Good morning. I'm Tom Jordan morning. Roberta just saying if w w j NewsRadio nine fifty also coming up in sports, we'll get the latest on the Red Wings AccuWeather says we should reach a high of thirty three, but maybe some flurries and snow showers today. It's twenty nine right now at metro airport. Environmentalists WWE news time seven thirty one. It's just into the W w j newsroom US military officials say three American service members were killed three others wounded in a roadside bomb blast in Afghanistan today. An American contractor was also wounded CBS working this story. We'll have more ahead. GM workers are angry this morning with the automakers plans to cut thousands of jobs and close five plants including two and metro Detroit. More live and local outside Hamtramck assembly with WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty s Mike Campbell Mike, and Tom the I guess initial reaction is a little bit of concern because they're not sure what's going to be told to them once they get inside that plant today. Think about this the news came out yesterday. And for some of these workers, it's their first time going back to work since then as they go in this town, really moral over, you know. Hit home. So just have roll with the parts of the industry is cyclical. Now, I am hearing some optimism from people going in. They think that maybe this is a strategy on the company's part to pit one plant against the other. And they will end up with perhaps they're hearing rumors of a small SUV new product here. But again, the announcement is no new product allocated for this plant, which means as of March and June of next year, it will be out of product and therefore effectively closed though, that's not the terminology. They're using some workers are already saying though, they're ready to transfer to Flint Romulus. Or wherever they can to.
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"So much. Oh boy. Some bad news coming out of General Motors. They are slashing fifteen percent of their North American salaried workers and their discontinuing several vehicle models. So so this is not necessarily the the rank and file this is not necessarily the people who, you know. I would assume that the people who put the cars together who work on the assembly line are probably hourly employees. Those are the ones who Representative by the union, whereas a salaried employees are probably more the people who wear the ties to work that would be my guess. All right. So here they're halting production at their facilities in Lordstown, Ohio Hamtramck, Michigan in Oshawa Shawa, Ontario plants in white Marsh, Maryland and Warren Michigan are going to be unallocated. So in addition there they're closed. They are they announced a ready that they're closing an assembly plant in gun, son and Korea, they're going to cease the operation of two additional plants outside North America by the end of twenty nine thousand nine they're trying to cut costs and capital expenditures. According to the CEO, Mary Barra. She said actions are being taken to reduced salary to reduce salaried and salaried contract. Staff by fifteen percent, which includes twenty-five percent fewer executives to streamline decision-making. Right. So they are cutting the guys who wear the ties. So I don't think there's as much of an outcry. Now, if this had happened under Obama, I don't think there would be as much of an outcry because you know, they're they're cutting the guys ties the guys at the top they're making too much money anyway. And so so we need to keep the workers alive. And this is a good thing. Look, President Obama cutting because of this, you know, the the rank and file that were still protected while. Yes, they would be happy to see executives go. They'd says I'm seeing eighty one hundred white collar workers are among or among the group here being cut with fourteen thousand seven hundred total. Yep. Well. Yeah. Fourteen thousand jobs now, President Trump spoke with with that CEO, Mary Barra after the company announced these plans, and he said, he's not happy. He came out and said, I was very tough with her. I was very tough. I spoke with her when I when I heard they were closing. And I said, you know, this country has done a lot for General Motors. And he he said you better get back in there soon. He said he's putting a lot of pressure on GM to come up with alternatives to the cars that aren't selling. Well, is that they say the Sherry Chevy Cruz is not selling. Well, I say, well, then get a car that is selling well and put it back in. And this is the the president's that type of guy to say he doesn't work in cars, but to come out and say, okay, if you have a product that's not selling, well, you don't double down on it. You come up with something that is selling. Well, find out what is selling. Well, and you bring that back. They have they're going to step up, the the self driving the autonomous vehicles and electric vehicles. That's what they're going to do. That's their plan for the future. Yeah. They're they're focusing on electronic and autonomous vehicles. They've been cutting jobs to deal with their plunging car sales in North America. They've been trying to figure out how to address the shrinking car demand. Apparently, we're not buying many vehicles as we used to. They didn't get enough. Volunteers to accept by says, they hoped about eighteen thousand of their fifty thousand salaried employees in North America. Eligible for buyouts only about eighteen thousand of the fifty thousand said, okay, I'll tell I'm close enough shoot. I'll take the compensation package, and I'll go, and I'll get a gig somewhere else to rise, you know, five ten years, and I'll be so they're moving into electric and autonomous vehicles. But they just killed the Chevy volt than one of the cars that they're losing is the vault because the vault was like a tremendous disaster. Relative to say, the Prius and like other versions other hybrids that totally beat its pants off. Right. Yes. The Chevy volt did not do. Well. I don't know why it didn't do well, especially when president. Obama such a big fan. GM's Hamtramck,.
GM to close plants in Canada, Ohio and Michigan
"Hamtramck Hamtramck assembly and a shower assembly all build slow selling cars of the issue. Also being addressed in talks with the United Auto Workers union GM's chief executive Mary Barra. Making calls today to disclose the plans and the word is out. The GM is slashing at least fifteen thousand factories wells, white collar jobs and make close five factories. That's the very latest love for the detailed. Shirley back to you seven thirty five Ed KNX at. The state's Democratic Party here in California called on to step down. We'll tell you all about that coming up right after traffic. Don't go anywhere. It's up thirty five forever. Good weather together. Every ten minutes
Smoking, drinking can damage arteries in teens
"Researchers in London followed. The smoking and drinking habits of more? Than a thousand teenagers between the ages of thirteen Seventeen the teens who smoked and drank head stiff arteries by age seventeen arterial stiffness indicates damage to the blood vessels which can lead to a heart attack. Later in life doctor Joan Crawford is a cardiologist with ascension McComb Oakland. Hospital at certainly lets us, know that what we're doing when we're young can affect us when we're older but they also show that if you stop doing it especially at, that seventeen year old age group to stiffness in the vessels can still go away whereas when you're older once. You got it you sort
Inside the Trump administration's plan to reunite 2,500 immigrant children with their families
"The location of an eighty year old barbecue restaurant in hamtramck three star barbecue shutting down for good after today family moving us operations to mccomb county owners blaming the shifting demographics in hamtramck for loss of business in recent years reopening next month at hayes in nineteen mile road in clinton township w w j news time eleven thirty four the trump administration working to reunite children with their undocumented parents cbs jimmy yuka says as a head of a court deadline now just a few weeks away a new plan we'll process two hundred children age five and older per day to meet a july twenty six court imposed deadline in a san diego federal court the government outlined their plan to move parents currently detained to one of six to eight immigration facilities there they will be interviewed and vetted while undergoing a criminal background check the children will then be moved to the same facility as their parents within twenty four to forty eight hours the aclu proposed in a court filing the judge require all parental relations be verified and all background checks be completed by thursday this week anger in the streets of chicago after a man was gunned down by police officer this weekend a spokesperson for the police officer tried to question the man a confrontation ensued and he was shot this man witnessed the exchange in still can't quite believe it saying it didn't have to happen we just want the cops to be held accountable we need the good cops that are out there to release the bad that's all that's all we want police say a weapon was recovered at the scene not clear whether it was on the man witnesses identified the man as a barber who was respected member of the neighborhood traffic and weather next w w j news time eleven thirty six the whole world cup on socks may be happening halfway around the world you're connected to it it's in your dna perhaps you've heard of the brilliance of rinaldo what part of your dna originated in portugal for maybe your dna.
"hamtramck" Discussed on Channel 955
"I in in the metro detroit area in my life and it was in hamtramck at could not remember what the name was of the place i've no idea men jealous is this the right monroe's there is a hot daddy's in sexy sons contest on saturday please please do it saturday night saturday night here the funny thing i got the news yesterday and i was so excited about this that my son my son jacob is coming home from chicago he he wasn't gonna come home all summer because he's got this paid internship he's coming home maybe i take all the signs and we go very fridays is tomorrow night it's the contest i was driving out work because the contest consciousness joe chan has got an idea for what we're gonna do for father's day okay saturday night there's a hot daddy's and sexy sons contest at mendoza's and i'm really thinking you guys could pull this off and win the grand prize what is the grand prix think it's three hundred dollars ooh prizes valued at over three hundred dollars you went last week to the gay bar in you said that all the guys were hitting on you maybe this week we can win a contest and we can build up our ego a little bit i like it count me in i'm trying to deliver let's do it you can convince jacob and luke tall so join us they allow thirteenyearold you and i okay he's not sharing the sexiness andrea what's going on go hey what's up i just wanted to let you know that that bar you bet you not you but you went to and hamtramck it was called ice and it's no longer there he more but that was the best day bar ever why do you think a close don't say don't say what was going on in there that i didn't know about the famous one on eight mile the rainbow room is where we went from my wife's birthday and that just close to wow we need we need to start getting these guys to advertise so maybe we need to open a mo joe's here and mojo you know you can well it sounds like it's gay bars aren't the business to be in right now because they're all close in for some real on something maybe.
Facebook tweaks privacy tools to ease discontent over data leak
"Facebook is giving its privacy tools a makeover as facebook reels from criticisms over estate a practice changes won't affect any facebook's current privacy policies or the types of data it collects but the company is hoping it's two point two billion users will have an easier time navigating the complex and often confusing privacy and security settings facebook says it's trying to make the controls easier to find and they wanna give users a simpler way to access and download the data it collects on them i'm tj cudicini hamtramck high school being a vacuum later due to a gas leak right now farmington harrison high will close at the end of the school year next year according to the farmington school board the property is set to be used as a new community center in.
"hamtramck" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"A few of them will be closed not just today but also on friday tom this is your oak park schools the most recent one that we have received word of oak park has closed all of its schools in the entire district because of threats received against the high school the threats were on social media they haven't been specific about it other than to say that the school is taking every threat seriously so they're going to shut down the schools in oak park for today and tomorrow we also have threats at redford union high school that is closed today because of a threat fitzgerald high school is also closed due to a threat at hamtramck high is closed the horizon high school as well as the community center closed because of threats there to threats actually one specific enough to say we're going to shoot up the school show the district's that we know that are close today because of threats include hamtramck redford union high school fitzgerald highschool and the oak park school district is closed so all of those close because of threats again reporting live mike campbell w w j newsradio nine fifty meantime a south lyon high school student charged with making a threat of terrorism returns to court today the judge wanted written arguments on the ten million dollar bond against ryan bruni supporters packed the courtroom at a recent hearing to vouch for the high school senior saying they thought he would never harm anyone they say he's a good kid but the judge says the allegation that he asked a friend if he wanted to reenact the florida shooting is very very serious new information this morning regarding devante sanford he spent nine years in prison for four murders that he did not commit and he has now been arrested in arizona here with us story live and local is wwe j legal analyst charlie langton good morning charlie well good morning tom he he mean devante sanford he moved arizona because he wanted to get out of michigan however the us drug enforcement administration raided his home in arizona because neighbors there said that they were tired of smelling marijuana coming from his own please also indicate the sanford and his friends were shooting rifles with highcaliber ammunition at people sanford wanted to.
"hamtramck" Discussed on WJR 760
"Yeah as i said there's a number way they've handled this last post whether they agree with the way that wickson did it i thank you for your time eric and and your viewpoint okay got you keep standing up bill is in hamtramck and has some thoughts of walkouts we witnessed today bill hey that that's a smart kid that's a smart kid he didn't get sucked into the politics and the the the exploitation of terrible tragedy i also was very incredibly well spoken and in that straightened or harsh and his viewpoint and that can go a long way with a young man like that right i'm impressed and i'm i'm i have hope for for our children in this country guy the other thing is honestly i look i consider myself a sensitive man and a sensible man when i started hearing them chanting nra no way or something like that who's telling me this is not political how stupid do they think we are i mean i i don't want my kids participating in this because of the same political exploitation that you expect from every side i'm embarrassed for for our country when you see these politicians well of course it's going to morph into you know a sensitive march people died of course the fbi said they could do more you know why because people died but to go out there and try to convince everybody this was an organic grassroots movement it was such b s and here's my thing bill this was for the kids today whether it was it was for them to mourn or memorialize or to have their piece let them have their piece did you see how quickly nancy pelosi and the rest of them ran out to join them in washington and to steal the spotlight after unfortunate let the kids have their day you can politicize you politicize it every other day let the kids speak today i i support their right to speak but you're right it it certainly sounded like it was scripted and that's it i just wanted to reprieve from the politics please i want to mourn along with these families with these people raise my ear and i just it distracts from the real sadness of this step away from your politics and just let people grieve get an honest opinion and honest perspective and that bill passing that's all trump by the way.
"hamtramck" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The state while they have been notified with their local police departments as a precaution officials stressed there is no known credible threat as they continue their investigation finally wjr news time 606 be careful out there today firearms deer hunting season kicking off today in michigan oakland county sheriff michel bouchard says that while hunting in northern measures commonplace locally there are communities that banned the activity he says the sheriff's department has sometimes contacted by area residents typically if were called out it because it will go hunting the area where people are hearing it for their seeing people carrying weapons in the non hunting area or they hurt something particularly close to their house you have to know the hunting laws as it relates to setbacks from occupied dwellings new chard says the hundreds should take every precaution including making sure that they have a clear line of sight on their target and wearing hundreds orange so that other hunters don't mistake them for a dear michael cohen w w j newsradio nine fifty a court appearance today for to detroit men accused of kidnapping and sexual assault wwe jays lauren barth old reports raymond at information today for nineteen year old quentin flemings and 22yearold aaron steward of detroit are charged in multiple robberies kidnappings and sexual assaults in both the city and hamtramck neck the two allegedly attacked two different women on separate days snatching then from there by the four forcing them into a van the first a 24yearold woman writing her bike on east milwaukee new orleans the second a 27yearold hamtramck moment the appearance in the.
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"Beat hamtramck councilman mohammad hassan who lost his bid to become mayor of hamtramck hassan fifty one an immigrant from bangladesh would have been the first mayor of hamtramck who is muslim magician queues win means that hamtramck will continue to have a polishamerican mayor the city's mayor said has been of polish descent since it first uh molesting mayors in nineteen twenty two mm in 2013 maju ski defeated abdul algazali an immigrant from yemen who is muslim has sand sought to unite the yemeni and bangladeshi muslim communities who together make up more than half of the population and hamtramck but tuesday majit ski appear to get the votes from yemeni muslims while she configured owl assam did not return messages of this of the detroit free press i want here i want her on ingram angle to find out which what she's up to their you got up we got a big immigration diane ends up winning i don't know if she a democrat or republican guys it's it's not the i i think she's a democratic because she's saying perfect amtrak could acquire facebook just thing about the democrat party okay i go back to the flop i go for the moment you were celebrating this as a benchmark for the well this year i originally experience has excited that she's paul is positive things wherever i get on the verge of anniversary of president trump's election i read this mageze maju sick scheme which is kate maju ski quote to your how do you have to democrats running against the hand there for an air has little has rejected across the board to kind of hateful hiss of rhetoric of the trump says the great lesson we have to offer is that whatever differences there may be demographically which is a big russian as he guided conceicao she's a big liberal gene winners the muslim yemeni population but what did i go back to the.
"hamtramck" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The largest outages in hamtramck near i 94 and grass shit other outages are reported in the areas of i 75 in holly road in holly evergreen and twelve mile in south field a fifty one mile per hour wind gust was reported met selfridge air national guard base this afternoon restoration estimates are not available at this time president trump's assaults on the affordable care act is ongoing as he signed an executive order last week reducing deductibles and copays of lower income enroll lease speaking on cbs's face the nation republican senator lindsey graham explaining why gop needs to keep its promises regarding the issue we promise to repeal and replace obamacare and we failed we promise to cut taxes and we've yet to do it we lose armor jordana i think president trump will not get reelected president trump also revealing a tax framework aimed at cutting the number of individual tax rates and trimming businesses and business taxes the current opioid crisis has been called the worst drug epidemic in american history with a death toll of around two hundred thousand over for the last twenty years now a group of whistle blowers from the us drug enforcement agency telling bill whitaker on sixty minutes lawmakers and drug industry insiders have been turning a blind eye to the illicit distribution of pharmaceuticals among them as jim give off a 40yearold da a veteran who claims the distributor's distributors he dealt with were uh the ignorant ignorant don't sit here and tell me yet while we're not sure when a suspicious orders rally in english discuss this pharmacy just bought fifty times in malta a normal pharmacy purchases in out of town of five thousand people you'll mullet that suspicious ommunist song point you're just turn a blind eye with other insiders claimed.
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"So do you remember any questions are any thing they pulled out the most sight was there question the did it oh your nodding out would you say um hamtramck a thinking him being we we really uh we learned a lot about transparency kind of what you showed up there on the screen and i'm not just knowing the time of visually shouxiang you know how many people are headed view i was important um we we actually one thing we learned is we had some ideas around a kind of doing like a sweet space to storm off and we actually found out that users were didn't really have an affinity towards cut of tweets for waiting in line the act of not having to waste their time waiting in line was actually i use unof so one thing that we started doing i was showing people how much time there were saving a overall accumulative total naseem to be a good way to counter reinforce the value proposition on the consumer side i see all right things seem to have been going well why do leap yes as a good question was there started the company for uh you know uh in two thousand ten brought in some investors we hire cover professional ceo expanded the management teams after five years the company had grown to now 65 employees um i really thought that i wanted to get back into the early early stage of ops on kind of picking a new problem a investigating at building a small team so that's what i decided.