The meeting to discuss a proposed mega-tourist resort at the Grand Canyon is Tuesday, Dec. 13 at Bodaway/Gap Chapter.
A bill to allow outside developers to build a controversial tram and tourist stop at the Confluence has slipped into an eery state of limbo, and its sponsor has gone silent on what his next move will be to push the widely opposed legislation.
After a tribal committee unanimously shot down a proposal to build a tourist resort at The Confluence, the Navajo Nation Council will hold a daylong work session to “study” the proposed development. But critics say the move is little more than a way for supporters of the project to lobby council members.
Grand Canyon Escalade Bill is on the agenda of Navajo Nation Council’s Resources and Development Committee at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, in New Mexico.