Affordable housing with a view stirring controversy in Flagstaff

By Corina Vanek | Arizona Daily Sun

A three-acre lot at the corner of Fort Valley and Schultz Pass roads owned by the city of Flagstaff has become the center of a debate about affordable housing and where such development is appropriate.

Many commenters on the city’s website cited loss of views and open space as their reasons for opposing the project, as well as existing traffic congestion along Highway 180. Of 144 comments, 105 opposed the Shultz Pass Road project.


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