A plan that would have okayed a hotel and a tram that would take visitors from the top to the bottom of the Grand Canyon has been rejected by the Navajo Nation Tribal Council. Lawmakers voted 16-2 against the project Tuesday. The plan would have developed 420 acres of reservation land that borders the Grand Canyon National Park. The tribe would have had to kick-in $65-million dollars for roads, water, power lines and communications. Developers said the tram, along with accompanying retail and hotel sites on the East Rim, would have employed 35-hundred people on the reservation. Legislators were worried about increased safety concerns with the project, along with being leery of developing on sacred land.