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  2. "Celebrating" 150 Coal Plant Closures - aol.com

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    It's no surprise that old and inefficient coal power plants are being shut down and are, generally speaking, being replaced by natural gas and renewable energy options. The coal industry is well ...

  3. List of General Motors factories - Wikipedia

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    Originally established as PT General Motors Buana Indonesia, which is owned 60% by GM and 40% by PT Garmak Motor. GM bought out Garmak in 1997 taking 100% of the shares. The assembly plant was closed from 2005-2011 and reopened in 2012. Closed again in June 2015. Inland Plant. Dayton & Vandalia, Ohio. United States.

  4. Drew Dilkens - Wikipedia

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    International School of Management ( DBA) Profession. Lawyer. Website. www .mayordrewdilkens .ca. Andrew "Drew" Dilkens is a Canadian politician, who is currently serving as the 34th and current mayor of Windsor since 2014. He was elected mayor in the city's 2014 municipal election. [1] Dilkens is married to Jane Deneau, and has two children.

  5. Abbott Laboratories - Wikipedia

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    Abbott Laboratories is an American multinational medical devices and health care company with headquarters in Abbott Park, Illinois, United States. The company was founded by Chicago physician Wallace Calvin Abbott in 1888 to formulate known drugs; today, it sells medical devices, diagnostics, branded generic medicines and nutritional products.

  6. Doncaster - Wikipedia

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    Doncaster ( / ˈdɒŋkəstər /, /- kæs -/ [2] [3]) is a minster town [a] in South Yorkshire, England. [4] [5] [6] It is named after the River Don, which flows close to the centre. It is the main settlement of the wider Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster and the second largest in South Yorkshire after Sheffield.

  7. Cleveland Metroparks Zoo - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .clemetzoo .com. The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo aka Cleveland Zoological Park is a 183-acre (74 ha) zoo in Cleveland, Ohio. The Zoo is divided into several areas: Australian Adventure; African Savanna; Northern Wilderness Trek, The Primate, Cat & Aquatics Building, Waterfowl Lake, The RainForest, and the newly added Asian Highlands.