Officials with GM are ready to talk about the future of their plant in Spring Hill.
At a news conference on Monday, GM is expected to announce the return of auto production to Spring Hill. The plant stopped making cars in 2009, although it still makes engines and other parts for GM.
The automaker agreed to restart auto production at Spring Hill as part of a new contract with the United Auto Workers union.
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