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County Commissioners Take Aim at Struggling Shooting Complex
County Commissioners Take Aim at Struggling Shooting Complex

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AIR DATE: November 7, 2013

The Clark County Shooting Complex opened with a bang in 2010. U.S. Sen. Harry Reid spoke and appeared alongside local and state politicians of every political stripe. But things have been much quieter at the park since then. It has been losing money every year, and is currently down $2.85 million overall. Can anything be done to save the shooting complex? Or should the county start looking at ways to close it down?

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Chris Giunchigliani, District E, Clark County Commission

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