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One of the larger RACER properties, Buick City encompasses 412.947 acres north and south of Leith Street in Flint. The parcels are referred to as the Northend and the Southend, with Leith Street as the dividing line. Production activities in the Southend ended in 1999 and the buildings were demolished between 2000 and 2002. The manufacture and assembly of various transmission and engine components continued in the Northend until 2010. Demolition of most buildings in the Northend was completed in 2012. No further demolition activity is anticipated. The site has a mix of zoning designations.
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Environmental investigation and remediation activities are under way at the site to address light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL), groundwater, historic discharges, and other environmental issues. Numerous historical investigations have been undertaken, and the primary contaminants of concern include LNAPL, chlorinated solvents, lead and manganese. The U.S. EPA approved a Final Decision on a cleanup approach in 2010 for the southern portion of the site that includes restrictions on groundwater use, extraction of the LNAPL, and engineered covers or excavation of soils that are impacted with lead. Activities to prevent discharge of LNAPL through storm sewer outfalls continues. Work is being completed under the RCRA Corrective Action program under EPA oversight.
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