Parks, recreation group asks Flagstaff council to sponsor $58 million tax measure

The Thorpe Park Annex project would convert the city’s old public works yard into a park./Arizona Daily Star

By Corina Vanek | Arizona Daily Star

A standing-room-only crowd implored the Flagstaff City Council Tuesday to give voters the chance to weigh in on a sales tax to fund new parks, recreation and open space.

The group, which calls itself the Flagstaff Open Space, Parks and Recreation campaign, has created a ballot question asking voters to approve a one-eighth cent sales tax that would be used to fund 13 projects that were proposed by various citizen groups and finalized by a steering committee.

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