Thread regarding Ford layoffs

Mobility Update

As Ford is working on restoring the historic Michigan Central Station, it is also giving money away to the surrounding community in the form of grants.

Ford has committed $2 million over the next four years through the Community Benefits Agreement to support programs and opportunities for residents of the community. The grant recipients were selected based on votes from a panel of judges along with feedback from 200 local residents.

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Post ID: @ZAleSWr

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avtb, stop posting the same question in all threads, can get banned for spamming.

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Post ID: @ZAleSWr-ayeq

It will be great when Central Station reopens, anyone know what business units or departments will relocate? I may need to transfer, it will be exciting to work in this historic building.

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Post ID: @ZAleSWr-7rbg

At our stand-up meeting last week, we also heard the original coffee shop will be totally restored at Central Station, along with the original Vernor's soda barrel.

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Post ID: @ZAleSWr-7jhl

2022?? That's more than enough time for Ford's future prospects to tank again, for leadership to panic and cut all projects and plans again. It'll be deja vu all over again, for the umpteenth time. The Central Station project will be half finished and stalled for at least the next decade.

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Post ID: @ZAleSWr-3yoh

A bunch of us in the office are planning a family trip when it finally opens, will post an invite when the date is closer. I heard some of the original vintage neon clocks are being restored and will be hung.

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Post ID: @ZAleSWr-1lxx

The final phase is expected to be complete in 2022. Ford had originally planned to put apartments on the top two floors but is now leaning towards a hotel and conference space.

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