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What Haywood County can learn from the GM plant in Middle Tennessee

The population of Spring Hill, about 45 minutes south of Nashville, has grown by more than 50 times since General Motors broke ground in 1986

By , Daily Memphian Updated: September 29, 2021 9:22 AM CT | Published: September 29, 2021 4:00 AM CT

From its founding in 1809, to the Civil War and through the 1980s, fewer than 1,000 people lived in rural Spring Hill. Then, in 1985, General Motors came to town.


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Ian Round is The Daily Memphian’s state government reporter. He came to Tennessee from Maryland where he reported on local politics for Baltimore Brew. He earned a Master of Journalism degree from the University of Maryland in December 2019.


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