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Economic study: project will bring 600 construction jobs to—and benefits for—the Genesee County, MI community.


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Economic study: project will bring 600 construction jobs to—and benefits for—the Genesee County, MI community.

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Latest: Consumers Energy Moves To Build Natural Gas Power Plant In Genesee County - Economic study: project will bring 600 construction jobs to—and benefits for—the Genesee County, MI community.

Consumers Energy Moves To Build Natural Gas Power Plant In Genesee County

Economic study: project will bring 600 construction jobs to—and benefits for—the Genesee County, MI community.

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