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City of Sedona Announces Roundabout Art Competition

The City of Sedona announces Public Art Competition for State Route 179 Roundabouts at the “Y” and Brewer Road. The City of Sedona, the Arts and Culture Commission, and the Art in Public Places Committee announces a major exterior public art competition for professional artists residing in Yavapai and Coconino counties including, but not limited to, the City of Sedona, Camp Verde, Clarkdale, Cottonwood,... 

Letter to the Editor: Red Rock News Fails

February 27th, 2010 To:  The Editor, the Red Rock News Dear Sir: I was surprised and dismayed to read your Editorial in yesterday’s edition of the Red Rock News.  Yes, your paper has the right and the obligation to encourage our registered voters to vote!  However, I had thought, apparently erroneously, that your paper had clearly stated in the past that, although it would give plenty of space... 

City Council Email Addresses

If you are unable to attend City Council meetings, you may write the Mayor and Councilors at City Hall, email (addresses below) and or call.     Always Subject an email with a clear indication of its content;  NO Wastewater Rate Increase, YES on Lights 89A, NO on Dog Leash Ordinance and so forth.   If your email is not read, your Subject will convey your message.    City Council email... 

City Council Raises Wastewater Rates

The “Notice of Intention to Increase Wastewater Rates” was approved 7 to 0 by the Sedona City Coucil.  City Hall received many letters in opposition to the proposed increase, but Council chose to ignore the opposition in favor of increased fees.  The next Public Hearing before City Council will be on April 13th.   Read More →

ADOT Moves Forward With Lights for 89A

Sedona AZ (February 23, 2010) – The Sedona Times newspaper editor, Tommy Acosta, wrote a front page article in its January 2010 print edition about the following. Acosta’s article is readable in full on this website’s Sedona Eye eMag LIVE! newspaper/Home Page (Web Archives): City Council candidate Mike Ward’s comments are below and, in the interest of full public access,... 

New Art Gallery Opening & Book Signing March 5th

SPIRIT DANCER FINE ART GALLERY OPENING and BOOK SIGNING ART WALK FIRST FRIDAY Angel Lightfeather’s Sacred Pathways 105 Portal Lane, Sedona Arizona  March 5, 2010 5:00-8:00PM Fabulous Sedona Art Gallery “Spirit Dancer Fine Art” opens in a new to Sedona HOT SPOT.  On the first Friday of March during The Sedona First Friday Art Walk.  Visit Sedona Arizona’s newest art gallery Spirit Dancer... 

Letter from Germany Supports Sedona Candidates

Sedona AZ (February 15, 2010) – The following is a letter to the Sedona Times Publishing newspaper and its online news site SedonaEye.com editor from Germany: Letter to the Editor:  Guten Tag von Deutschland, Nancie and I, while currently living in Munich on an Expat assignment, believe the current election will be very important to the future of Sedona. We have already had the privilege of... 

Gripe Guy on Food Stamps and Arizona Lawmakers

  Lawmaker and Foodstamps — An Arizona State Representative wants to mandate how people collecting food stamps should live. His vision includes no expensive cell phones, televisions, cigarettes or alcohol for recipients collecting from the food-stamp program. I have four words for him. Is you crazy foo? I, just like most people out there work for a living and it does become disgusting to see... 

Visual Artists’ Coalition February 18th Meeting

The Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition announces that noted Sedona photographer Jim Peterson will be the featured speaker at this month’s membership meeting, February 18th. The public is welcome to this free event.  Pot luck dinner!  Bring a dish to share and a flashlight! Plans for the group’s Fall 2010 show will also be discussed at the Thursday, February 18th meeting.     The public is... 
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