Owners may get access to land

By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News

In 1993, Bruce Tobias and Carol and Robert Flynn bought 27 acres of undeveloped land beyond Poco Diablo Resort.

Aside from a few horse trails, 24 years later it still sits vacant. That may soon change as the U.S. Forest Service is in the midst of an environmental assessment that would allow access to that land
through one of three proposed alternatives.

About 25 people turned out on Tuesday, Aug. 29, on the Yavapai College campus to discuss the longstanding matter. The Coconino National Forest proposes to allow construction, operation and maintenance of an access road by issuance of an easement to the Tobias-Flynn private land parcel located within national forest land.

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