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  • Sep 5-11, 2012
  • Vol. 41, No. 52

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  • Industrial power play
  • Industrial power play

    The former Kodak Park, now known as Eastman Business Park, is seen by local and state leaders as an economic development lynchpin for the Rochester region. The 1,200-acre site is evolving from Kodak’s film and chemical manufacturing hub to a cluster of renewable energy and advanced manufacturing companies. And that, say local business and government leaders, is what will keep the former Kodak Park a productive center of industry.

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