Long Beach still in running for Tesla...

Long Beach still in running for Tesla plant

There are 28 comments on the Long Beach Press-Telegram story from Dec 4, 2009, titled Long Beach still in running for Tesla plant. In it, Long Beach Press-Telegram reports that:

The City Council on Tuesday will consider offering an array of financial incentives to Tesla Motors, which is considering building an electric car plant at the former Boeing 717 site off Lakewood Boulevard.

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jobs in long beach

Long Beach, CA

#21 Dec 6, 2009
about time LB started to take Tesla seriously!
a movie studio is nothing more than a warehouse with fancy lights - maybe they'll hire a local caretaker...
BURNS

Calabasas, CA

#22 Dec 6, 2009
well, I can't qualify for welfare. I dont have a kids under my roof and I'm not handicapped. but maybe I should move back to arizone where they give food stamps and medical aid to all people. when people's unemployment runs out what the heck, the government should support their people. They give enough to other countries. USA first!!
Laurence Goodhue

Oceanside, CA

#23 Dec 6, 2009
jobs in long beach wrote:
about time LB started to take Tesla seriously!
a movie studio is nothing more than a warehouse with fancy lights - maybe they'll hire a local caretaker...
From those "warehouses" however flow the firth or sixth largest
economic engine in the region.

Unlike Telsa,the product produced from those "warehouses"have
a proven and ever growing market.

Laurence B. Goodhue
Long Beach
Laurence Goodhue

Oceanside, CA

#24 Dec 6, 2009
BURNS wrote:
well, I can't qualify for welfare. I dont have a kids under my roof and I'm not handicapped. but maybe I should move back to arizone where they give food stamps and medical aid to all people. when people's unemployment runs out what the heck, the government should support their people. They give enough to other countries. USA first!!
..And as an added incentive you will find the Foster De Long
Culture has established a FLEA MARKET on near every corner.Indeed,
Long Beach is fast becoming the epi center of FLEA MARKETS in
California.

Laurence B.Godhue
Long Beach

Laurence B. Goodhue
Long Beach
StayAtHomeMom

Westminster, CA

#25 Dec 7, 2009
Great Christmas, who can afford a TESLA ??????
bjh

Alton, IL

#26 Dec 7, 2009
I was under the impression that LB was broke. Where are they getting this 28.6 mil? When it all comes together, Tesla will take the best deal. A little competition just helps to stir the pot. Of course there is the insulting letter from the city of LB to consider.
bjh

Alton, IL

#27 Dec 7, 2009
StayAtHomeMom wrote:
Great Christmas, who can afford a TESLA ??????
Politicians.
downey resident

United States

#28 Dec 8, 2009
anyone that can afford a bmw 5 series.
StayAtHomeMom wrote:
Great Christmas, who can afford a TESLA ??????

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