A Navajo Nation chapter voted Wednesday against inviting a Phoenix developer to explain its proposal to build multiple dams on the Little Colorado River.
A dispute broils over whether there would be any real economic benefit for the Navajo Nation, and if there was, whether it would be worth the cultural and religious price.
I know this is long but very important. The Navajo Nation is literally giving away another beautiful place – a sacred site – to outside interest for 50 years.
Critique of a developer’s plan to haul tourists on a tramway to the Colorado River.
He was accused by local newspaper columnist Robert Leger a few years back of using public comment time at the meetings for “over-the-top” attacks against politicians who didn’t share his views.