Re: [civilwarwest] OT: WASHINGTON TIMES :TENNESSEE LOCALS FIGHT NEW BATTLE O...
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>In a message dated 4/3/01 1:55:44 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
<< in the past decade, Spring Hill has seen its population grow six-fold,
now well over 9,000, from 1,400, while its area, through annexations, has
more than doubled. The city is adding close to 90 new residents a month,
making it one of the fastest growing cities in the state. >>
Yes, General Motors or should I say Generous Motors does that to towns,
when they close the plants, leaving the town responsible to pay welfare;
try to come up with other sources of funding since taxes will cease to be.
They have done it before. Flint, MI is a good example of this.
Your obedient servant,
The same thing happened with Volkswagen and New Stanton, PA.