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Elon Building a Muskville in Texas

'Elon Musk, Move Twitter to Schwertner, TX ... and we will give you 100 Acres for FREE... '

(Headline USA) Chief Twit Elon Musk is reportedly planning to build his own town in Texas.

Musk, who owns Tesla and Twitter, recently purchased thousands of acres near Austin, Texas, and has already hired architects to draw up plans to build a new community, according to the Wall Street Journal. The town will be near facilities owned by SpaceX and Boring Co., Musk’s tunnel-building operation. It will be named Snailbrook, after Boring’s mascot.

Construction on the community has already begun, with homes, a pool, an outdoor sports area and a gym already completed. Signs hanging from poles read, “welcome, snailbrook, tx, est. 2021,” according to pictures posted on Facebook.

Boring President Steve Davis reportedly wants to turn Snailbrook into an entire city. He even floated the idea of having residents, most of whom will likely be employees of Musk’s nearby companies, vote for a mayor.

Musk has reportedly discussed his vision for a town with several people, including Kanye West and West’s architectural design, the Journal said.

Musk left California for Texas in 2021 due to the Golden State’s “overregulation, overlitigation, and overtaxation.” Both Tesla and Boring were headquartered in California before he moved them to Texas as well.

He was recently offered land to move Twitter’s headquarters to Texas, too. Jim Schwertner, CEO of Schwertner Farms near Austin, Texas, offered Musk 100 acres of land on which to build Twitter’s new campus.

“Elon Musk, Move Twitter to Schwertner, TX. 38 Miles North of Austin in Williamson County, and we will give you 100 Acres for FREE,” Schwertner said.

In an interview, Schwertner said he believes Twitter’s move to Texas would benefit the entire community.

“We’ve always been entrepreneurs in our family and we’ve always tried to help the communities,” Schwertner continued. “And I think my offer is a serious gesture to help the citizens around Williamson County.”

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