The Williams City Council sent a message to Coconino County that the city doesn’t want a big glamping business being built near the city. The council voted 4-0 to tell the county they didn’t support a 160 acre project on the property known as Cooper Ranch. The property is near U.S. Forest Land and residential property. The project would have allowed for 150 campsites with Airstream trailers, small cabins and canvas tents. The development is known as a “glamping” business that features camping with extra amenities, such as a clubhouse, swimming pool, maintenance facility, a general store, fire pits and a wastewater treatment facility. The proposal will be heard by the Coconino County Planning and Zoning Commission in a study session next week, with a public hearing set for late February.