Foxconn is expected to announce this (Wednesday) morning it will build its new ten-billion dollar plant at Mount Pleasant in Racine County. The Taiwanese high tech giant will hold an eleven a-m news conference in Sturtevant to announce its choice. Foxconn has reportedly been talking for months with local officials about a site close to Highway Eleven, east of Interstate 94. That’s where up to 13-thousand workers could eventually be hired to make L-C-D screens for smartphones and T-Vs, with the help of up to three-billion dollars worth of incentives from state taxpayers as approved by Governor Scott Walker and the Legislature. Foxconn hired its first Wisconsin employee this week, as former Navy pilot Chris Murdoch became a senior adviser.