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Former Sedona Police Chief Addresses City

Sedona AZ (July 13, 2011) – The following testimony was presented to the Sedona City Council during its regularly scheduled meeting at City Hall on July 12, 2011: From: Joe Vernier To: Mayor, Councilors, and City Staff, I would like to share the following about the nighttime pedestrian fatalities that occurred on 89A from 2000 to 2006. This is what I would have expanded on at the June 28th Council... 

Save Sedona Now

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Hey Sedona, We’ve Been Scammed!

I believe Sedonans have just been scammed by the organization called Let the People Vote (LTPV) on 89A! LTPV doesn’t seem to really care about letting the people vote. I attended the ADOT Board meeting May 20 where Councilor Mike Ward, on behalf of City Council, requested ADOT’s Board to extend the deadline on the 89A Route Transfer deal from June 30 until December 15 so the referendum... 

Let The People Vote on 89A Today

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LTPV89A Tells ADOT Install Lights and No Turn Back

Dear Editor: On Friday, May 20, 2011, Let The People Vote on 89A (LTPV89A) urged the Arizona State Transportation Board to move ahead with their decision to install dark sky compliant lighting and other safety measures on Hwy 89A in Sedona. The statement to the ADOT Board was delivered by former Mayor Pud Colquitt on behalf of the Chair of LTPV89, Sheri Graham, who was not able to attend due to a... 

Dear Editor: SaveSedona89A.org

Who are the forces behind the newest Sedona 89A petition? Another petition surfaces on the web concerning Sedona’s ADOT 89A Turnback. Read all about continous lighting from the perspective of the web site: Visit  http://savesedona89a.org/index.html The below was taken from the site: SR89A Landscaping The next time you drive along 89A – please notice the many trees and plantings that                  are... 

ADOT Clarifies Decision to Halt Route Transfer Funding

Sedona AZ (May 4 2011)–In a letter dated April 28, 2011 to City Manager Tim Ernster, John Halikowski, Director for ADOT provided clarification as to why ADOT could not accept any of the alternatives that the City proposed for salvaging the Route Transfer Agreement. The City first proposed that ADOT provide the City with the $10.6 million in funding now, and that the City would hold these funds... 

Democrats and Republicans It’s Time to Speak Up

Sedona AZ (May 14, 2011)-In a Letter to the Editor, Liz Smith of Save Sedona Now, an organization backing the 89A Route Transfer Referendum initiative, sent the following and the Sedona Eye welcomes article comments and rebuttals: Dear Editor: At the urging of a few city council members, Angela LeFevre, president of DORR (Democrats of the Red Rocks) sent an email to members stating that... 

Open Letter to ADOT, Governor of Arizona, Sedona City Mayor and Manager

Let The People Vote on 89A P.O. Box 10268 Sedona, Arizona 86339 928.282.5418  March 31, 2011 Mr. John Halikowski, Director Arizona Department of Transportation 206 South 17th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85007-3213 Dear Director Halikowski, This letter serves to introduce ourselves to you.  We are Let The People Vote on 89A, a grass roots group of Sedona citizens and a political committee registered... 
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