Red tape too much for Flagstaff entrepreneur, teacher

| August 24, 2016

By Corina Vanek • Arizona Daily Sun

When Bruce Sidlinger moved to Flagstaff, he had goals to expand science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in the city, and create resources for students in the area interested in the subject, but without the means to access expensive equipment.

Now, nearly four years later, Sidlinger says he’s left with an incomplete warehouse, continuous trespassing and litter on his properties and “a ridiculous demand” from the city regarding leasing his property to a tenant. Ridiculous enough, he said, to halt the whole project.

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