Oklahoma Builders Talk Lumber with Governor Fallin

Filed in Trade by on August 30, 2018 1 Comment

From left, Dan Reeves, OSHBA Immediate Past President; Governor Mary Fallin; OSHBA President David Blackburn; and Executive Vice President Mike Means.

Oklahoma State Home Builders Association (OSHBA) leaders shared their concerns about how lumber tariffs are affecting the industry in an Aug. 29 meeting with Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin.

Members of the Western Governors Association also were at the luncheon meeting.

OSHBA members urged Fallin to communicate the importance of this issue to her fellow governors and to urge President Trump to work to resolve this critical trade dispute with Canada.

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  1. Jason says:

    I have several friends in the construction industry. They now talk about the rising cost of lumber and it’s effect on project bid acceptance rates. Homeowners are not aware how much the cost of lumber has increased building and remodeling costs.

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