Forest Service puts the kibosh on plans for 2,000 homes near Grand Canyon entrance

Tusayan
Tusayan
Stilo had received its lucrative rezoning two years ago over the objections of the Sierra Club, The Havasupai Tribal Council, and the Superintendent of the Grand Canyon National Park.

By Brandon Loomis | The Arizona Republic

The U.S. Forest Service on Friday rejected an easement that would have enabled a developer to build roughly 2,000 new housing units near the south entrance of Grand Canyon National Park, a prospect that had drawn opposition from park officials and from hundreds of thousands of Americans.

Tusayan, a town of 600, applied for three segments of road and utility easement across a total of 5.7 miles of the Kaibab National Forest. That would have enabled construction by Italian developer Stilo Group.

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