A local construction company says the state legislature passing a transportation bill would not only help his company that’s been losing money, but would also create jobs, spur the economy through money they spend on materials, and encourage workers to buy homes.
CPM Development Corp., the Spokane-based holding company of Inland Asphalt Co. and Central Pre-Mix Concrete Co., has seen its revenues fall about 20 percent over the last four years. And company officials are blaming it on the lack of public works projects, which are scarce without a transportation funding package. The Journal of Business has the story.
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