Buckeye officials were presented with potential ideas for how to handle a nearby patch of land currently managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) at a November 6 workshop.
The parcel in question consists of 1,050 acres located off the Tonopah Salome Highway, west of Miller Road and north of I-10. BLM closed the controversial recreational spot in February following years of use for activities including target shooting.
In addition to the 1,050-acre parcel, also included in the presentation were a 320-acre parcel north of the aforementioned site and a 160-acre parcel to the east. Those two sites were annexed in 2000 and 2008, respectively, but remain undeveloped.