The proposal to string down a tram into Grand Canyon took a final gasp Saturday when western Navajo citizens pulled out its launching pad by rescinding a nearly 6-year-old vote.
VIDEO: Families who fought for seven long years against outside developers who wanted to take their homeland away from them to build a tourist resort at the eastern edge of the Grand Canyon celebrate the death of the proposal.
The Navajo Nation Council squashed a years-long battle over a controversial proposal to build a tourist development at the confluence of the Little Colorado and Colorado rivers.
Families in a battle to stop a development bill that proposes to locate a tram at the Grand Canyon Eastern rim, are appealing to Navajo voters.
Navajo lawmakers schedule Escalade special session.