Lazy K vote delayed until January


By TucsonEmily Bregel | Arizona Daily Star

A controversial proposal to develop an historic guest ranch into a gated community was pulled from last night’s Marana Town Council agenda a few hours before the meeting began.

The developer Mattamy Homes, Canada’s largest new-home builder, requested a continuance until the Jan. 6, 2015 town council meeting. Mattamy wants to redevelop the closed , one-half mile north of Saguaro National Park West, into a 178-unit subdivision.

The developer didn’t provide a reason for the requested delay. But Rodney Campbell, public information officer for the town of Marana, confirmed Tuesday that councilwoman Carol McGorray would be absent from the meeting, due to a family emergency.


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