Greg Bryan, Cecily Maniaci and Al Montoya recall, Tusayan, Arizona (2012)

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A vote about whether to recall Greg Bryan and Al Montoya from their positions on the Tusayan, Arizona city council took place on March 13, 2012.[1] Cecily Maniaci was also targeted for recall, but she resigned on January 30, 2012.[2] The results of the recall election were initially too close to call,[3] but Bryan and Montoya ultimately retained their seats.[4]

Reasons for recall

Bill Fitzgerald, who is currently a member of the city council, initiated the recall prior to his appointment to the council.[5] The three recall targets all voted to approve the development of 374 acres of resorts, shopping and housing. Fitzgerald believed the recall targets had a conflict of interest because of their connections with Stilo Group, the developer. On May 15, voters had a chance to ratify the council's approval of the development.[6]

Path to the ballot

A recall election took place on March 13. Tusayan Fire Chief Robbie Evans ran against Bryan and Clarinda Vail ran against Montoya.[7]

Election results

  • Votes to retain Greg Bryan: 71 Approveda
  • Votes to replace Greg Bryan with Robbie Evans: 59 Defeatedd
  • Votes to retain Al Montoya: 71 Approveda
  • Votes to replace Al Montoya with Clarinda Vail: 57 Defeatedd

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