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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

RED ROCK PASS UNDER FIRE

SEDONA WRITER CHALLENGES THE RED ROCK PASS PROGRAM 
May 2014 issue
 
Is the Red Rock Pass program necessary and beneficial to protect and maintain one of the most heavily visited areas of the Coconino National Forest? Or, is it double taxation and straight up government exploitation of Sedona's rich outdoor recreational landscape? The jury is out. In the May 2014 issue of The Noise Arts & News, Sedona writer Cindy Cole grills new Red Rock District Ranger Nicole Branton about the program's purpose and challenges its legality. Whether public land fees ruffle your feathers or not, this is an interesting read for Arizona outdoor enthusiasts.

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Cindy Cole said...

An additional legal challenge has been won by the fee free community in California where another judge declared the Adventure Pass (similar to Sedona's Red Rock Pass) illegal! The challengers are even getting REFUNDS for fees they paid. What will it take to get a response here in Sedona?