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ZF breaks ground for wind energy expansion

By Jerry Gunn Reporter
GAINESVILLE - Governor Sonny Perdue Friday joined Gainesville ZF Industries officials in announcing a major plant expansion; a wind energy plant.

The Governor with ZF Division president Elizabeth Umberson, said the $90-million, 250,000 square foot plant, slated to open early next year, would create 215 jobs once fully operational in early 2012 in Gainesville's new business park.

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