Baldwin Moving On After Tanker Loss
The lose of the tanker contract is being felt across the Gulf Coast. Attracting companies to supply secondary aircraft parts was a big part of the plan in Baldwin County; more people moving there to buy homes was also on the wish list.
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#1 Feb 25, 2011
[ more people moving there ]maybe they all will move back where they came from.and maybe all the people from mobile that moved here will go back to
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#2 Feb 26, 2011
I just retired here. The Tanker had nothing to do with my moving here. Grandbabies, however, did.
The loss of the Tanker will not sink Baldwin County ... but the politics behind the decision may sink certain politicians.
Do your research and "follow the money."
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