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The Tusayan Town Council discussed upcoming fall and winter events, and options for the holiday décor for the Christmas season at their Sept. 14 regular meeting.
The position was advertised nationally and received more than 30 applications. There are four finalists for the position.
As Grand Canyon National Park’s phased reopening began May 15, the Tusayan Town Council is shifting its focus from immediate emergency response to future planning.
On May 6, the town of Tusayan held the first of two public hearings regarding the adaptation of an alternative expenditure limitation, otherwise known as Home Rule.
The council also passed a motion to designate an application agent and alternate agent for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance pertaining to disaster relief.
As Tusayan residents continue to face the crisis, the council is working to provide residents with a sense of security.
The town of Tusayan will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. Dec. 4 to gather public input on a proposed special election.
As a result of the Tusayan’s vote against home rule earlier this spring, the town will see a reduction of law enforcement services provided by the Coconino County Sheriff’s Department.
After relinquishing floodplain management responsibilities and reaching an agreement with Coconino County regarding unpermitted work at the Ten X housing development site, Tusayan is ready to move forward with remapping the area’s designation by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
The Tusayan Town Council voted unanimously to adopt a tentative budget at the July 10 council meeting.
The Tusayan Town Council announced May 8 that residents would soon be able to register for high-speed internet services subsidized by the town.
The Tusayan Town Council discussed several items at its last regular meeting April 10.
After months of decision-making and requests for qualifications, high-speed internet will finally be coming to the town of Tusayan.
Following an October meeting after which conversations between council members and representatives of the STILO development group were recorded and posted online, the Tusayan Town Council will no longer stream live audio of its meetings for the public.
Tusayan residents expressed concern over a plan to light up Long Jim Loop Road and R.P. Drive at the Town Council meeting June 13.
More than a month after tendering his resignation, council member John Schoppmann asked the Tusayan Town Council to reconsider, stating he felt he still had valuable experience to contribute to the town’s government.
After hearing research from Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce manager Laura Chastain, the town council agreed to support an ambassador program designed to boost spending and customer service in Tusayan.
As we continue to pursue new ways to overcome the challenges which are continually thrown in our way, we remain dedicated to the basic right that all residents should have a home they can call their own.
The Tusayan town council passed its FY 2018 budget as printed Aug. 9 after receiving no public comments or recommendations during the public hearing held during the meeting.