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Eye on Sedona with City Councilor Dan McIllroy

SOLAR PANELS AT THE WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT In these days of rising energy costs, if you are like I am, you are seeking ways to save money and be more efficient.  The City of Sedona is no different. The City expends approximately $160,000 per year powering the waste water treatment plant and the twenty waste water pumps that drive waste water and solids underground nine miles from the Chapel... 

Sedona Posse Grounds Joins Star Park Network

Sedona AZ (April 30, 2011) – The City of Sedona Department of Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce that Posse Grounds is a new member of Star Park in the Global Star Park Network. Just as Sedona has designated areas for recreation, sports, and the enjoyment of nature, Posse Grounds Park has been chosen as an area where the starry sky can be enjoyed. Parks in the Global Star Park Network... 

Sedona Fire District Staff Insubordinate?

Dear Sedona Eye editor: I attended my first SFD Governing Board meeting (Tuesday’s Budget Workshop) since the election of the board and I was amazed by the lack of respect shown to the first professional Chief they have had for quite a long time. The Chairman, Dave Blauert, kept on addressing Chief Hazime as “Mr. Hazime” the entire meeting…and I know that it was intentional.... 

Three Citywide Permits Available for Sedona Residents

Sedona AZ–The City of Sedona has made available three Citywide Right-of-Way permits. These permits are the first permits issued under a unique City process for permitting certain types of work within City right-of-way. This process allows City residents to proceed with work by completing and complying with the terms of a permit available on the City website. There is no need to come to the... 

Sedona Museum Living History Series

Sedona Heritage Museum Sedona AZ–The Sedona Heritage Museum is hosting the next in its 2011 series of Living History presentations on Wednesday, May 11 2011, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Sedona Heritage Museum. Father and son artists and members of the Yavapai-Apache Nation, Charles and Don Decker, will present “Apache Visions – a Contemporary View of the Apache World.” Charles... 

Arizona Seeks Clean Elections Commissioner

Phoenix, AZ (May 1 2011) – Applications are being taken for the Citizens Clean Elections Commission, which oversees a public financing system for political campaigns and promotes voter education efforts. The Commission was authorized by the Clean Elections Act approved by Arizona voters in 1998. To apply for appointment, candidates must have been registered with the same political party or as... 

Eye on Sedona Community Plan Update

Sedona AZ (April 29, 2011)-One of the great things about Arizona is that cities and towns in Arizona are required by state law to update community plans every ten years providing each community the opportunity to say to its residents “How do you want to see YOUR community develop in the next ten years?  What is important to you, to your family, to your neighbors and friends?”  Every ten years... 

April Unsung Hero Award

(L to R) Mel Copen, Tom Graham, Supervisor Chip Davis Sedona AZ–On April 27, the Yavapai County April 2011 Unsung Hero Award was presented to Tom Graham of Sedona Arizona by County Supervisor Chip Davis. Graham was nominated by Mel Copen, President of the Big Park Regional Coordinating Council (BPRCC) in the Village of Oak Creek, for exemplary service to his local community and the greater... 

365 Days of Hope Raffle Winners

Sedona, AZ (April 25, 2011) – The Verde Valley Sanctuary’s 365 Days of Hope yearlong raffle was determined a tremendous success with the winning names drawn April 11 2011 at Reds at Sedona Rouge, and the winners list is long. The majority of the winners herald from Sedona and northern Arizona will others live in southern Arizona, California and Pennsylvania. For a complete list of names, please... 

Barbara Antonsen Park Project Moves Forward

City of Sedona is advertising for Barbara Antonsen Park bids Sedona AZ (April 27, 2011) – The City of Sedona Arizona is giving notice of an “Advertisement for Bids” and the sealed bids for the Barbara Antonsen Memorial Park Project will be received in the Office of the Sedona City Engineer in the Public Works office located at 104 Roadrunner Drive, Sedona, Arizona, until June... 
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