With the recent announcement by Solar City that job creation at the plant will be drastically reduced, concerns are being raised.
Job projections have been cut by two-thirds, meaning that only 500 of the high tech, good paying positions that were promised are now expected to be available. Jim Heaney of the Investigative Post has been following the progress at Solar City. He says this development affects the cost to taxpayers.
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