Dwindling Aggregate Supply
Did you know that a new home requires an average of 604 tons of rock?
As many of you know, the dwindling supply of local aggregate continues to be a problem for the construction industry in Clark County. With the housing affordability crisis in our area, this is a big issue that continues to negatively affect the price of homes.
Law and science are on the side of mining operations, but the loud anti-development voice is drowning out those trying to minimize the impact of rising costs on housing affordability.
Please sign this letter of support to be sent to the Clark County Council (see below). This doesn’t only affect industry but our friends, neighbors and employees. Ask them to sign too!
This letter will not be released publicly or distributed to the council until signature gathering is complete. Please only distribute directly to interested parties or your employees.