According to an article to be published in tomorrow’s Times-Gazette, Greenfield’s Johnson Controls plant will be adding a second production line and hiring an additional 96 employees by June of 2012. Currently the company employs 117 workers after having closed its plant in 2009 and reopening earlier this year. In my humble opinion this is further proof that President Obama’s policy regarding American automobile manufacturers has been a success. Greenfield lost well over 200 jobs when the economy tanked in 2008, most were related to the automobile parts industry. By June the community will have gotten back a substantial number of those jobs lost.