Hot mic moment underscores Tusayan, Stilo development frustration

The National Park Service said visitors to parks in Arizona last year spent $995 million at nearby businesses, like those in the town of Tusayan, the gateway to the Grand Canyon. / Photo by Sophie Kunthara / Cronkite News


Leaked recordings between Tusayan council members and Stilo rep posted online

By Erin Ford | Grand Canyon News

Questions arose Oct. 12 after the Grand Canyon Watchdog, an online news blog covering Tusayan’s Town Council, released leaked audio between council members and a representative of the Stilo USA development group.

The recordings can be found here.

At their worst, the recordings appeared to suggest the town’s elected officials and Stilo were breaking open meeting laws, disparaging a forest service supervisor and keeping certain information out of the public purview. At their best, the recordings publicly aired deep-seated town grievances, punctuated with what Stilo calls a “poor attempt at humor.”


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