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www.wmfd.com - The 71-year-old General Electric Light Plant in Bucyrus had a special guest Wednesday, as it looks forward to a long future with an expansion project to create a new line of energy-efficient light bulbs and create 70 jobs. <div style="display:none">medical abortion pill procedure <a href="http://www.westshoreprimarycare.com/blog/page/abortion-pill-misoprostol">website</a> abortion pill costs</div> }}" />

   
 
 
Governor Visits Bucyrus G.E. Light Plant
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  Originally Published on: 9/18/2013

The 71-year-old General Electric Light Plant in Bucyrus had a special guest Wednesday, as it looks forward to a long future with an expansion project to create a new line of energy-efficient light bulbs and create 70 jobs. Ohio Governor John Kasich joined company officials and plant employees, to commend them for their commitment to helping the state's economy grow. And in an exclusive interview with WMFD-TV, Governor Kasich said he couldn't resist coming to Bucyrus to join the celebration. The governor also went to Circleville, where the G-E light plant is adding fifty jobs as part of the overall $30-million expansion. We'll have more from our interview with Governor John Kasich in upcoming editions of NewsWatch.

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