Michigan town votes to oust entire govt. over Chinese factory plans
A rural Michigan town voted to oust its entire local government Tuesday after the town board approved a Chinese-affiliated electric battery plant.
Residents of Green Charter Township, Michigan, strongly disapproved of their local township board’s decision to greenlight the construction of a Chinese-connected electric vehicle battery plant in their community.
A locksmith was even brought in Tuesday night to change the locks on the ousted officials’ former offices. The offices are now empty.