Did Twitter get any GOED tax incentives? I haven't heard any reported. This is
evidence that companies will move to Utah for the right reasons, not for tax
bribes. This man said it himself:"we find it tremendous news that
Twitter recognized the strong business infrastructure, tech industry presence
and availability of skilled technology work force that made Utah their ultimate
choice."Companies who recognize the good about Utah and are willing
to come without corporate welfare are the companies we should want most in Utah.
Since I don't know how to send cell phone text messages, and because I am not
familiar with Twitter or its function, my big question is: If it is free, where
is the money coming from to build this new data center?