yJust after 7 p.m. on May 3, a tall, bearded man in a white Stetson walked into the microphone in front of Kyle City Council and rattled his guts about Elon Musk and his company’s boring forays into Texas. On that day, the company wanted a professional services contract approved to construct a $3 million railroad pedestrian tunnel to connect with Kyle’s Vybe track system.
“I can tell you with some confidence that I have more experience negotiating with The Boring Company than anyone in this room,” he said, choking, his voice chopping. “They made promises about light pollution, noise, truck traffic, and fiber-optic internet, but one year later they haven’t kept any of those promises.”
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