Road, Utility, Cell Tower, and Other Issues
The Gateway Overlay zoning code preserves the Tucson Mountains' scenic views.
GPANA supports the 2002 Gateway Overlay Zone with stricter standards within 600 feet of designated gateways to Tucson, including Gates Pass Road west of Anklam. It includes further setbacks of 40 feet from the original Pima County right-of-way on this scenic route to museums, parks, and other attractions.
Roger Carpenter cradles a baby bobcat in the early days of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Photo courtesy of Roger Carpenter. This cat got fed, but our wild predators have to kill to eat; they can't order take-out. Keep your pets on leashes, small pets safely inside.
Closer view of a centipede. They are nocturnal hunters. Their bite is very painful, but not dangerous to humans. Photo courtesy of Roger Carpenter.
Elf owl's dark sky dining on centipede. This sparrow-sized owl is one of the smallest owls in the world. Photo courtesy of Roger Carpenter.
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