It’s still a long way off, but Henderson business representatives have begun collaborating to determine which Interstate 11 corridor would be the best for Nevada’s second-largest city.
Decades down the road, Henderson could be home to bustling economic development — a hub for freight, warehouses and the manufacturing industry.
The road that could make all those things possible? Interstate 11.
As he scanned the Henderson Chamber of Commerce’s financial records during the immediate aftermath of the recession, Scott Muelrath saw an uncertain future.
The chamber was hurting financially. Membership had dropped by almost half since the pre-recession boom days, and attendance at the organization’s mixers was dwindling.