Coda ditches plan to build car-battery factory in Columbus
Coda Automotive is abandoning plans to build a battery factory in Columbus, a decision that will mean the region will miss out on the more than 1,000 manufacturing jobs that would have been created.
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#2 Mar 28, 2012
No surprise. All the Dumbocrats were touting this as Ted Strickland's stroke of job creating genius. It was obvious even then that this was all pie in the sky.
George Jefferson Hilliard
“Accept No Substitutes”
Since: Oct 11
#4 Mar 28, 2012
Spot on. That place would have failed and then we'd have had another EPA Superfund site to decontaminate.
#5 Mar 28, 2012
Aww Shucks! You mean we won't get Solyndra Columbus?
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