As council holds off on Schultz Pass, it examines more affordable housing opportunities

Photo Danae Bell / Arizona Daily Sun

By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Star

Flagstaff City Council moved forward with a discussion on a three-acre piece of city property near Schultz Pass, but only after the deadline for putting a citizen initiative on the ballot has passed.

If the group Save Schultz Meadow, which is gathering signatures to put a question asking Flagstaff to make the land open space, doesn’t make the deadline to put a question on the ballot, the council will again discuss building affordable housing on the property.

If the group does get the more than 4,000 signatures needed, council suggested they would wait for a decision by the electorate, but would discuss the possibility of raising $500,000 to put into the affordable housing fund.


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