Well, hello there!You are just Johnny-on-the-Spot, aren't you? Such a good little CDP blogger!I wonder if Jacob from Ocala still looks at your blog? I guess his bridge is still on the drawing board...
Huff da, en så viktig bidragsyter i næringslivet er ikke godt å miste.God helg til deg og dine Leif :)
Patience and strength for you all.
EW! That is terrible news!
Sorry to read that. I hope Eagan will be resilient. Good luck.
Oh, that's not good. I hope things turn around before then.
Oh no. I know how devastating something like this can be to a local economy. Happens to various places here every time a large multinational decides to pull out. I hope those 1000 people find replacement jobs soon after Lockheed closes. :(
Very sad. We had a similar report from Northrup-Gruman regarding shipbuilding in Newport News. Pray for better times. Darryl and Ruth : )
What terrible news. Why/where is Lockheed Martin going?
This is sad and it's happening everywhere. I hope something will happens to change this.
Not good for Eagan - and especially not good for the Lockheed-Martin employees, but «Louis» doesn't have to tell you that...Perhaps a new political climate in Congress will change this.
Sad to hear that news.. Perhaps everything will be fine soon
Bad news indeed.
I am so sorry.
Unfortunately this is a very common situation here... Hundreds of companies are closing doors lately, some of them are moving to eastern european countries where they pay less taxes and lower salaries. It's a disaster, that's why unemployment is reaching 11% in this country.
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