Sheryl Strobeck is the office manager of an RV campground in the tiny town of Tusayan. Since moving here eight years ago, she’s worked at most of the businesses in town.
But every time her job changes, her home address changes too.
That’s because all of the housing in Tusayan is owned by companies who rent it to their employees.
“You can’t live here unless you work here," she says. "There’s nothing to rent here unless you are employed. Nothing.”
And that’s why Strobeck supports the Stilo Development Group’s plans.