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Dear Editor: Chemicals in Sedona Tap Water

City Councilors, . Since there was no disclaimer accompanying Councilor Dan McIlroy’s latest Sedona Red Rock News “City Talk” column (saying the views expressed were his and not Council’s) I can only assume that the views expressed are those of all of you.  How unfortunate. McIlroy’s article is the usual half-truths, misinfo and disinfo I have come to expect from Sedona’s... 

Sedona Lifelong Learning Needs Facilitators 2011

An unknown author is said to have stated, “The best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book.”  At the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of Sedona & the Verde Valley at Yavapai College, we have a team of volunteer facilitators that share their time, passions, dreams, and life lessons from the heart.  We invite you to join this unique group of individuals for a learning experience... 

Sedona Fire District Chief Responds

Sedona Fire Chief Nazih M. Hazime Dear Citizens: There is a salary list which is currently being distributed around the Fire District.  This document and contents were not provided by the Sedona Fire District (SFD).  This document is false, manipulated, misleading, and also violates employees’ privacy.  Our employees’ pay includes many different types of compensation including uniform allowance,... 

Sedona Sales Tax Audit Letters in the Mail

At the June 8th Council meeting, Sedona City Council approved the contract to hire Albert Holler & Associates to perform tax auditing services effective July 1, 2010.  The firm has over 35 years in sales tax auditing and administration, and currently performs audits for cities and towns throughout Arizona.  Since July 1st, the firm has analyzed taxpayer records and presented an initial list of... 

Andrei Cherny – Candidate for Arizona State Treasurer – Democrat

“I got into this race because of what is happening to the Arizona economy,” Democratic candidate for State Treasurer Andrei Cherny said.   “We have the worst economic downturn in our history, the worst deficit in our history and the people in government haven’t done anything to turn things around. The Treasurer is supposed to be in there fighting for taxpayers and do everything that we can... 

Sedona Fire District Candidate Slate Offers Positions

Sedona Fire District Candidate Slate:  David Blauert, Joe Demme, and Phyllis Erick “The biggest issue that we have is, if you take a look at the total program, the budget needs to be reviewed and assessed,” Joe Demme said. “We need to see ways to cut costs and manage a better fire department. There is a level of service that we need to keep. But, there are numerous issues that need to be addressed... 

Sedona Mayor Adams Re-Elected to LACT

SEDONA AZ (August 31 2010)– City of Sedona Mayor Rob Adams was re-elected for a two-year term to the Executive Committee of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns at the annual conference held last week in Glendale, Arizona.  Sedona Mayor, Rob Adams The twenty-five member Executive Committee is the governing body of the League and sets policy relating to legislative and organizational matters. The... 

Page Springs 5th Annual Harvest Festival

Page Springs Winery   Page Springs Cellars is hosting their 5th Annual Harvest Festival on September 5th 2010. The annual Harvest Festival is designed to celebrate the end of the growing season and to give the community a chance to experience the beautiful Page Springs winery and vineyard. There will be wine, food, music and fun. Special musical guests Luc and the Lovingtons, Alisa Fineman, and... 

Community Foundation Welcomes Five New Board Members

PRESCOTT, AZ (August 31 2010)— Paul Border, Steve Bracety, Kati Kelly, Paula Morris and Tim Naylor have been named to the Advisory Board of the Yavapai County Community Foundation, a sixteen year-old charitable foundation and an affiliate of the Arizona Community Foundation. Paul Border Paul R. Border brings vast estate and tax planning knowledge to the Community Foundation advisory board. Having... 

Sedona Parks and Rec Offers Red Rock Walks

Sedona AZ (June 10, 2010)-Enjoy the fresh air and majestic beauty of Sedona while getting beneficial movement!  Sedona Parks and Recreation is now offering Red Rock Walks at Posse Grounds Park.  These unique fitness classes combine walking, strength training and stretching for those individuals 18 and older that would like to try it out.  Resistance bands will be provided, so participants need only... 
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