Sunday, April 21, 2019

On Earth Day eve, Robin Vos lauds the Foxconn 'ecosystem'

I've noted that Walker and Foxconn officials are partial to the term "ecosystem" when describing what their land, wetland and water trashing is all about.

Today it's Robin Vos' turn:

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, in a separate appearance on Sunday's "Capital City Sunday," said Foxconn is becoming a part of Wisconsin's "ecosystem," and believes Foxconn will still create 13,000 jobs in the state because the company continues to stand by that figure.
"Ecosystem." Seriously?

* Filling so many wetland acres that downstream communities fear flooding and pollution.

Heads up, Illinois:
The Chicago Tribune says this today:
Report: Wisconsin Foxconn development could bring record flooding to Gurnee
* Does this runoff last year from Foxconn's Mt. Pleasant site 

where crops used to hold the soil enrich any ecosystem you'd like to co-exist with?

Here is my updated Foxconn archive, now closing in on two years running.

And for the record, Vos does love microphone.

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