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June 1st, 2006
Calling for increased state aid, removal of tolls in Western Massachusetts and construction of a University of Massachusetts-run research center in Springfield, independent gubernatorial hopeful Christy Mihos laid out his plan to jump-start the local economy yesterday.
Mihos said in an interview with The Republican that a UMass-operated facility devoted to biotechnology, nanotechnology and agricultural engineering research could be "the engine" needed to revive Springfield.
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