- Your Voice
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Cacti aren’t the only things sprouting up at Saguaro National Park near Continental Reserve. A new fence constructed by the park’s management has caused some residents to complain about an obstructed view.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Continental Reserve resident Steve Huff is concerned that the newly built fence will negatively effect his property value. Park officials constructed the fence to reduce the impact of “social trails.”
Residents upset by a shiny new fence dividing Saguaro National Park and the Continental Reserve development now have a dull, brown fence to look at.
Marana resident Steve Huff likes to gaze out his window and look at the Tucson Mountains, which stand just beyond his property.
A temporary use permit has been granted by the Marana Town Council for a trucking company to store vehicles within a fenced yard off Massingale Road.
(BPT) - Weather extremes are brutal on exterior landscaping. Rain, snow, wind and temperature variances all take a toll, especially on residential fencing.
The fountain west of Old Main is fenced off during the restoration project.
Andrew Gregory sent in this photo of a bird of prey on his back fence.
Austin, a steer, walks along the outer rim of the fenced in area.
A German shepherd dog walks by the goats in a fenced area.
Fans line the ballfield fence to watch the opening ceremonies at Riverfront Park.
With the money donated, Wild Hearts Rescue Ranch was able to purchase additional fences that cost $2,000.
Alpacas at the Busy Bobbin Ranch have plenty of room to roam, as well as reliable fencing to keep any potential predators out.
Marana resident Helen Horton took this photo as her Silky terrier, Lily, has a fascination with the javalinas that come to visit the open space outside her fence on Dove Mountain.
Once just a metal chain-linked fence, the Lions fundraised enough money last season to improve the weight room, which is now an enclosed area with new equipment.
MaranaÕs Sierra Cuestas gets a welcome at home plate after hitting one over the fence during last weekÕs playoff game.