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What’s Next For Sedona?

Where do we go now? The issue of taking back the road is a dead issue with the community with the only exception that Hamilton and Rayner may still take the voters to court to try to overturn 411. We will see if they honor the vote of the residents or use an outside group to take this to court. What we do have in front of us is a city council election just a few short months away. Who will be the candidates?... 

Vote Yes on 410 to Preserve Sedona Dark Skies

Sedona AZ (October 28, 2011) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Dear Sedona Eye editor, Sedona boasts many natural wonders under expansive dark skies, just one of its many gifts,  all bringing visitors and sometimes new residents.  Some tourists specifically visit to enjoy our starlit  skies because they cannot do so at  home where the level of light pollution... 

Will The Real Sedona Win

Dear Editor of the Sedona Eye, Sedona has been a tourist town since the world discovered the majesty of our red rocks and the energies of this land. For the rest of the world Sedona has become a place to visit, to enjoy in many different ways — and then to leave. We Sedonans have not left. In addition to those privileged to be born here, many more of us have made our homes and a new part of our... 

Open Letter to Red Rock News Publisher Robert Larson

The City of Sedona Arizona Sedona AZ (October 24, 2011) – In an open letter to the public and the SedonaEye.com editor, Cliff Hamilton and Barbara Litrell, City of Sedona Council members, write a rebuttal to Robert Larson, Publisher Red Rock News (October 21, 2011) editorial. They write: Robert Larson, owner of the Red Rock News, filled his October 21 (2011) editorial with unfounded generalities,... 

Never Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Unless it’s Trojan!

Sedona AZ (August 2, 2010) –  Sedona breathed a sigh of relief when ADOT extended their deadline threat by an additional six months to put the lights up if the city doesn’t take back S.R. 89A, . Some complained, according to the Red Rock News, that the council did not have enough time to study the turnback and public input is needed to make a decision. Nonetheless, the reprieve was perceived... 
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