Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Foxconn works overtime, plugging empty values

Foxconn pulls back the curtain on one of its insubstantial Wisconsin operations; the picture is petty and the style is Trumpian.

Message also delivered to main street Green Bay, Mount Pleasant neighbors, Wisconsin taxpayers, downstream Illinois communities and future workers:
Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn sues Flats on the Fox over unpaid fees for parking spaces
Cooperate? Navigate? No, Litigate! With eyes and wallets focused on the small picture:

So get off my lawn and don't step on my driveway, or I'll see you in court.

A nearly-two-year-long Foxconn archive is here
[Updated continuously from June, 2017] This archive with more than 320 posts, and even more links and references track, explain and unmask Wisconsin's public awards of $4.5 billion in state and local funds, plus waivers of routine judicial and environmental reviews, for a promised now- cancelled perhaps back-on-again-but-smaller?? Foxconn factory development that would require a massive daily diversion of Lake Michigan water and produce nearly 800 tons of air pollution emissions annually over Racine County open space, farm and wetlands.

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