Sunday, January 11, 2009

Saguaro Ranch Saga Continues

Posted By on Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 2:01 PM

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This week's Skinny gave the latest update on the legal issues for the Saguaro Ranch development in Marana (more to come in our Jan. 22 issue). But since we can't include art in Skinny, here's a picture of the sign posted at the entrance to Pima County property alerting hikers that they are about to go onto Saguaro Ranch property. Hikers we met while driving the loop said they weren't too happy when they first saw the sign, since they'd been coming up there for more than a decade and knew the history of the property - enough to know they were entering county land. They've also been reading the Weekly's latest coverage on the public access issues and dispute - enough to know they were also within their legal rights to walk the entire loop.

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