Board approves Williams theme park plan 

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The Arizona Daily Sun reports the Coconino County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday to authorize creation of a special district that would have taxation powers to back up its financing, clearing a major hurdle for a long-in-the-works plan for a theme park

As planned by Williams officials, the theme park would be built on a 475-acre parcel on the city’s northern edge and a 21-acre downtown site would be used for an Arizona railroad museum.

State legislation enacted in 2005 authorized creation of the district.

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