About Vehicle City Greens

Vehicle City Greens is committed to electing candidates to public office who share your values.  We are committed to upholding the Four Pillars/Ten Key Values of the Green Party and advancing the platform of the Green Party on a local level. As a local of the Green Party of Michigan, we are proud to serve voters in Genesee and Shiawassee Counties. 

We are looking for individuals who would like to run for public office. Contact info@vehiclecitygreens.org for more information. 


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    Local Green Party Group Condemns Shooting at Ridgecrest Apartments

    (FLINT, MI) Local Green Party members reacted to a recent gun violence at Ridgecrest Village Townhomes on April 10th. The shooting left a man in critical condition. In response to the violence, the group issued the following statement:

    “We are concerned for the safety and well being of our members and the community in general. Residents want the violence in Flint neighborhoods to end. The City of Flint and the surrounding jurisdictions must do a better job at maintaining safe environments for everyone who lives in the area. The Green Party bases its platform on “Four Pillars” including peace through nonviolence. We need to keep the people of Flint safe. There are families and small children in those apartments. We have to do more as a community to protect them from senseless violence.”

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    "Partially-treated" Sewage Overflows Into Shiawassee River

    "Partially-treated" Sewage Overflows Into Shiawassee River: Local Green Party calls for plan to stop future pollution

    Water Pollution credit American Rivers

    MLive reports that partially-treated sewage has been released into the Shiawassee River. The water pollution was highlighted in an article written and updated on Saturday, April 8th. THe article stated "Hundreds of thousands of gallons of partially-treated sewage has been released after a sanitary system overflow at wastewater treatment plants in Owosso and Durand."  

    This type of municipal water pollution poses risks to the ecosystem of the Shiawassee River. American Rivers, an advocacy organization in support of ending water pollution, states "3.5 million Americans get sick each year after swimming, boating, fishing or otherwise touching water they thought was safe." The organization, in a report on the effects of and solutions to human sewage dumping states, "Untreated human sewage teems with salmonella, hepatitis, dysentery, cryptosporidium, and many other infectious diseases."


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