Normally, it's the assembly plant properties that create issues between General Motors Corp. and local communities. But lately GM has spent more time dealing with its tracts that have fields not factories. GM has given up on building a distribution center on farmland in rural Milan Township, MI, and says the idea in general likely has been shelved. Meanwhile in urban Warren, MI, GM is facing opposition over plans to develop 300 acres that it has rarely used since buying the real estate ...

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