Judge Cortez letter to Elon Musk asks to consider Hidalgo County for Tesla HQ, factory
The founder of SpaceX and Tesla got into a war of words over the weekend.
Elon Musk threatening to move his Tesla headquarters from California to a state with fewer social distancing rules. This caught the attention of Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez in a letter on Monday.
Cortez offers Hidalgo County as a new site for Tesla headquarters. Musk responded with, “Note is much appreciated.”
Note is much appreciated— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 11, 2020
Houston officials also reached out to Musk to place their bid.
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