The Flagstaff City Council pulled the Schultz Pass parcel off the list for affordable housing Friday. The council held a special session at the Coconino County Board of Supervisors Chambers in downtown Flagstaff. The initial vote was a 3-3 tie because councilwoman Eva Putzova left the meeting during a break before public comment began. Mayor Coral Evans was initially for the parcel, but changed her vote. As those gathered applauded, Evans said she wasn’t happy she changed her vote and was saddened that the parcel wouldn’t be used. She said “I’m very disappointed in our community, but (moving on the other parcels) it’s at least a start.” The council did decide to add another city owned parcel to the affordable housing plan. A parcel at the corner of Lone Tree Road and Butler Avenue, previously used as a work yard, will possibly turned into an affordable housing complex with between 16 and 38 units. Parcels on Izabel Street and West Street will also move forward. A citizen’s petition on the Schultz Pass parcel will be heard next month and council will decide whether or not to make the land open space. The council is now off until August 15th as they take their summer break.