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Verde Valley Waterways Sustainability Questioned

Clarkdale AZ (February 29, 2012) – The Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization will facilitate the Second Community Dialogue – The Verde Valley Waterways Opportunities for Sustainable Economic Expansion and Growth on March 27, 2012. The meeting will include a Valley-wide survey presentation, the advantages of using Value Chain Mapping in a decision making process, and a review of the outcomes... 

Verde Valley Sanctuary Fundraiser

Sedona, AZ (February 29, 2012) – Mark your calendars and put on your dancing shoes! The Verde Valley Sanctuary, a 28-bed shelter for victims of family violence and abuse, will host Dancing in the Moonlight on May 5, 2012, an evening dinner dance to the Latin rhythms of La Cubanita’s Orchestra underneath a brilliant full moon. The fundraiser will take place at the beautiful Lacy Goldenstein... 

Rotary Gives Free Books to Sedona Preschoolers

Sedona AZ (February 28, 2012) – The Rotary Club of Sedona is launching a program to send free books to preschool children who live in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek. Children registered in the program will receive a book every month in the mail from the Imagination Library collection. The only requirements are that the child reside in Sedona or the Village of Oak Creek and be between birth... 

Sedona Eye on Richard and Eloise Baldauf

Sedona AZ (February 29, 2012) – Village of Oak Creek residents Richard and Eloise Baldauf joined Friends of the Forest (FOF) soon after retiring and relocating to Sedona Arizona from Milwaukee Wisconsin in 2008. Milwaukee had been home for thirty five of the Baldauf’s now thirty seven year marriage, and Friends of the Forest was to be the first of many Sedona civic and community... 

Three Sedona Home Invasions Steal Guns and More *UPDATE

YCSO Burglary Suspect March 2012 Sedona AZ (February 28, 2012) – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office investigated three reported residential burglaries February 27, 2012 in Sedona. All Village of Oak Creek incidents occurred on the same date.  Deer Pass Road south of Verde Valley School Road – occurred between 9 am and 12:30 PM – home ransacked – 2 “ Colt” handguns stolen... 

Sedona Fire District Public Board Meeting Minutes

Sedona AZ (February 28, 2012) -The Sedona Eye posts without comment the Sedona Fire District Governing Board Executive Session and Business Meeting minutes of February 22, 2012 as follows: DRAFT ~  SFD PUBLIC BOARD BUSINESS MEETING MINUTES Station #1 – 2860 Southwest Drive – West Sedona – Multipurpose Room, Wednesday, February 22, 2012 @ 5:30 PM Executive Session – and – 6:00 PM Business... 

ADOT Tells Taxpayers Our Way or No Way

Dear Sedona Eye Editor, This is my exchange of emails with Donald Casssano (ADOT). It appears that we, as volunteers, really have no voice in how things are run.  Mal Otterson, Highway Clean Up Volunteer Verde Village Property Owners Association   Begin forwarded message: From: Donald Cassano Date: February 27, 2012 11:11:01 AM GMT-07:00 To: ‘Mal Otterson’ Subject: RE: highway cleanup Dear... 

Yavapai Supervisor Joins Academy

Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis Cottonwood AZ (February 28, 2012) – Yavapai County District 3 Supervisor A. G. (Chip) Davis has been selected as a member of the third class of the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy. Davis was selected as one of twenty-five Fellows from a highly competitive class selection process. The Flinn-Brown Academy involves a dozen intensive day-long seminars on... 

Sedona Dedicates Kori and Rowe Roundabout Art

Sedona AZ (February 27, 2012) – The City of Sedona, the Art in Public Places Committee, the Arts and Culture Commission, and the City Council cordially invite you to attend a Dedication Ceremony for the newly installed roundabout sculptures of Kim Kori and Ken Rowe’s Above and Beyond. The ceremony will take place at the corner of the Y Roundabout and Brewer Road (old service station parking... 

Potential Rockslides on I-17 North

PRESCOTT AZ (February 27, 2012) – High winds are eroding the slopes on northbound I-17, causing rocks to fall onto the highway between Black Canyon City and Sunset Point, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. ADOT has stationed equipment and personnel in the area to monitor the situation and keep the roadway clear of hazards. High winds and rain are expected later in the evening... 
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