By Andrea Schoellkopf, Albuquerque Journal, N.M. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Jan. 29--ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A group of Volcano Cliffs property owners conceded they would be willing to buy into an overall plan for the area -- as long as the city allows development before they die.
"The majority of us aren't going to be here in 2035," one of the many aging property owners said Friday during a workshop to come up with a plan for Volcano Cliffs.
The four-hour workshop -- which drew about 50 people, most of them property owners -- came on the heels of a heated presentation Thursday night with property owners attacking the city for not bringing water and roads sooner to the area west of the Petroglyph National Monument.
"We've been working on this about 30 years," said Joe Armijo,(cq) a member of the Volcano Cliffs Property Owners Association's board of directors. "We had an OK from the …