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Hawthorne community still feeling economic pinch from plywood plant closing

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Several months after the Georgia Pacific plywood plant in the Alachua county town of Hawthorne closed, many who worked at the plant have not found jobs yet. As Florida’s 89.1,  WUFT-FM’s Tyler Welt reports, the plant’s closure has hurt not only the individuals at the plant, but the community as well.

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