CHICAGO - Oakland County, Mich., at the epicenter for the domestic auto industry's woes, is moving quickly to put its share of bonding authority from the federal government's new recovery zone programs to work to redevelop auto plants and boost efforts to lure a new General Motors Corp. facility.

The infusion of federal help comes in the form of $25 billion of recovery zone bonds - including $10 billion of recovery zone economic development bonds and $15 billion of recovery zone facility bonds included in the federal stimulus program enacted in February.

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