By Sue Tone | The Daily Courier
A Yavapai County resident invited the county Planning and Zoning commissioners to visit the 51,000-acre Yavapai Ranch located 35 mile north of Prescott, to actually see what they were voting on.
“But bring a lunch. It’s a three-hour round trip,” said Cody Lundin, who owns property south of Seligman near the Yavapai Ranch. He opposes the Ranch’s Planned Area Development (PAD) that could put 12,500 residential units in the middle of the high desert.
Devin Benner, president of Granite Basin Engineering, acting on behalf of Fred Ruskin, owner of Yavapai Ranch, brought the final plat for Phase 1 of the development before the Planning and Zoning Commission Nov. 3 for consideration.