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Bollinger Motors Inc. aims to invest $44 million at its Livonia manufacturing plant and Oak Park headquarters in an expansion that would create 237 jobs. The homegrown electric truck startup, bought by Mullen Automotive Inc. last year, is preparing to launch production of its first vehicle, a Class 4 EV, in the first half of next year, according to a briefing memo from the Michigan Economic Development Corp. The board of the MEDC’s funding arm, the Michigan Strategic Fund, on Tuesday approved a $3 million performance-based grant for the project, which the MEDC said would offset the additional cost of expanding in Michigan versus a competing site in Indiana. SEE FULL ARTICLE >>