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Eddie S. Maddock: What’s Next Sedona?

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock asks where will all the red rocks go in Sedona’s new concrete-friendly Vision Statement? Sedona AZ (September 18, 2018) – As the dust settles from yet another conclusion of a city of Sedona primary election, there are those who remain stunned at the results and those who will remain jubilant, for at least the next two years. Of course the General election... 

Sedona Council May Disregard Community Plan to Allow High Density Zoning

Sedona AZ (October 19, 2017) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: From: Jean Jenks Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2017 11:36 AM To: smoriarty@SedonaAZ.gov; John Martinez; JCurrivan@sedonaaz.gov; tlamkin@SedonaAZ.gov; jthompson@SedonaAZ.gov; jvernier@SedonaAZ.gov; sjablow@SedonaAZ.gov Subject: The Multifamily High Density Major Plan Amendment allowing more than 12 DU/AC and... 

Eye on Sedona Vision Statement with Councilor Lamkin

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (August 23, 2017) – If you have attended a city council meeting, you will notice that after the meeting is called to order, it begins with the Pledge of Allegiance. The Pledge of Allegiance is followed by a moment of silence and then the roll is taken. After the roll call, a video is played that presents the city’s Vision Statement. I believe... 

City of Sedona: When is a permit required?

Article submitted by city of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (June 15, 2017) – The following was written by Audree Juhlin, city of Sedona Community Development Department Director, and submitted by the city of Sedona on June 15, 2017: City Talk Column for June 14, 2017 Community Development Department Audree Juhlin, director When do I need or not need a permit? Spring is here, a time when many of us are... 

Sedona Oak Creek Flooding is Serious Business with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (October 16, 2015) – Sedona Mayor and Members of the City Council, as you are probably aware, flooding in Sedona generally originates from two sources: (1) Summer monsoons; (2) Spring flooding resulting from El Nino conditions. If you haven’t had the opportunity to view the two web links included here, time permitting you might find them of... 

Eye on Sedona Citizen Engagement Program

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (February 11, 2015) – It is hard to believe the Citizen Engagement Program already has a year under its belt… and what a year it has been. For starters, we had nine work groups start and complete their work. In addition, fifteen other work groups are still in progress and meeting. These groups work through a variety of issues such as land use... 

Sedona Arts and Culture Workshop

Sedona AZ (March 19, 2012) – On March 28, 2012, the City of Sedona will host an Arts and Culture Workshop in support of Imagine Sedona – 2020 and Beyond, The New Community Plan at the West Sedona School, Multipurpose Cafeteria Room, west Sedona. The workshop will focus on a variety of arts and culture related questions and subsequent discussions to provide information in creating the new... 

Imagine Sedona 2020 and Beyond

Sedona AZ (March 7, 2012) – As part of the process for the new Sedona Community Plan, City staff assembled planning teams to address community development ideas for the city. These teams, each given a specific area of concentration, met on February 10, 2012 to discuss the wide range of ideas for Sedona’s future development. The teams are comprised of Sedona architects, planning... 

Open House for Community Planning Room

Sedona AZ (November 8, 2011) – The City of Sedona and the Citizens Steering Committee for the new Community Plan are delighted to announce the opening of your public Community Plan Room at an Open House on Monday, November 14, 2011 from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m.   This event will be held in the Community Plan Room at the Vista del Norte building located at 1725 West State Route 89A, Suite D... 
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