Scottsdale citizen petition to stop concrete path in Preserve turned down

The existing trail that will become the Cactus Path per the 2016 transportation master plan. /Independent Newsmedia/Terrance Thornton

By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent

Scottsdale City Council, by a measure of 4 to 3, denied a citizen petition Tuesday, April 4 that sought to have the Cactus Path — a stretch of dirt four-tenths of a mile long — removed from the 2016 transportation master plan.

Resident concerns were pinpointed to the proximity of the proposed shared-use path to the McDowell Sonoran Preserve as the area of question abuts the Sonoran Heights housing community in north Scottsdale.

The Scottsdale McDowell Sonoran Preserve encompasses 30,000 acres of land within the rough boundaries of the Pima Road alignment to the west, McDowell Mountain Regional Park to the east, Stagecoach Road to the north and Via Linda Road alignment to the south.





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