Cities have been desperately trying to attract Amazon’s second North American headquarters — but some groups want to know exactly what kind of jobs “HQ2” will bring.
On Tuesday, 73 civic groups, including unions, nonprofits, religious organizations, and political parties sent an open letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with a list of “expectations” for the company.
“We love jobs, we love technology, and we love convenience—but what you’re looking for will impact every part of our cities,” the letter reads. “We built these cities, and we want to make sure they remain ours.” Read more…
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