Missouri’s bid for a Boeing assembly plant could include more than $1.7 billion of incentives over two decades if the airplane manufacturer adds thousands of jobs, according to new information about the proposal released Tuesday.
“The commercialism from Christmas has now creeped into what used to be the most solemn family holiday,” says Rep. Jeff Roorda, D-Barnhart.
Mayor Adam Paul calls it a stressful situation and says the request for bids has gone out to audit companies.
Missouri lawmakers have convened a special session aimed at persuading the Boeing Co. to produce the 777X plane in the state.
In early November, Webb, 38, was charged with seven campaign finance law violations and one count of felony stealing.
At the special session, Nixon is expected to ask the General Assembly to pass legislation granting Boeing up to $150 million in incentives.
After Colleen Wasinger, R-Town & Country, inquired about the downgrade, St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley responded with a letter last week.
Jose Carrera tells KMOX he answered a newspaper ad seeking a Christmas time donation.
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Gov. Jay Nixon has officially called a special session to pass legislation to help the state win production of Boeing’s next-generation jet.