Dear Village Board,
In the latest point of contention surrounding Wisconsin’s $3.6 billion
deal with Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Foxconn, Gov. Tony
Evers’ administration has told the company it no longer is eligible
for tax subsidies agreed to in the original contract.
The state’s 2017 contract with Foxconn, which included nearly $4
billion in state and local tax incentives, was for a $10 billion,
20-million-square-foot campus and 13,000 jobs over 15 years. However,
multiple updates to the company’s plans have resulted in a vastly
different project altogether, state officials argue.
Do you have a "Plan B" ready when Foxconn decides to abandon WI?
It appears that the lies of the Politicians who rule Ratcine County
are about to be exposed.
Good luck dealing with reality.
Thank you for your time,
Tim & Cindy
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