The Yavapai County (Ariz.) Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote today (Dec. 1) on a controversial development proposal for the small unincorporated community of Congress, the Daily Courier of Prescott reported.

The Congress Event Center applicants are seeking a 10-year use permit to build a 50-space RV park, two roping arenas, community park, clubhouse, food concession structure with a liquor license, 120 horse stalls and a cattle pen on 31 acres now zoned residential. Homes are next to the south and west side of the property.

They plan to conduct as many as 88 horse-related events during the cooler months, and want permission to have as many as 120 horses and 80 head of cattle on site.

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