First it was the U.S. Forest Service’s turn to discuss a 24-year access issue on private property near Poco Diablo Resort. Next up, it’s the Sedona City Council’s turn to revisit the topic.
Council has set aside two hours on Tuesday, Sept. 12 to discuss 27 acres purchased in 1993 by Bruce Tobias and Carol and Robert Flynn. Since the purchase, the property has been landlocked with access being denied by an adjacent development
“The purpose of the agenda item is to present this issue to the current City Council, discuss the USFS proposed alternatives and get their comments on those and potentially discuss whether or not there are any other possible options outside of one of the accesses through USFS property,” Assistant City Manager Karen Osburn said. “If so, does the city have a role in pursuing any of those other options?”