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Council Terminates Public Input on Sedona National Monument

Sedona AZ (October 12, 2015) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Sedona City Council L to R: Scott Jablow, Angela LeFevre, Jon Thompson, Sandy Moriarty (Mayor), John Martinez, Mark DiNunzio, Jessica Williamson See below for my email REQUEST of all Sedona City Councilors. The only RATIONAL action by Sedona Council is to OPPOSE the National Monument Proposal by Keep Sedona... 

National Monument an Unwise Choice

Sedona AZ (September 30, 2015) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Following is a letter I sent to the Sedona City Council, Chamber of Commerce and also the Cottonwood Mayor regarding the Verde Valley/Sedona National Monument. Dear Sedona City Council and Sedona Chamber members, Sedona Red Rock View exclusive SedonaEye.com photo by Eric Williams c2015 I am writing you because... 

Take Back Your Power Transformational Film of the Year

Josh del Sol’s documentary wins Transformational Film of the Year award Sedona AZ (February 5, 2014) – The hard-hitting documentary ‘Take Back Your Power’ has been named winner of the AwareGuide Transformational Film of the Year. The crowd-funded film exposes in-home surveillance issues, customer billing corruption, potential health risks and other problems associated with utilities’... 

Smart Meters Reveal Homeowners Schedules and Activities

Sedona AZ (March 25, 2013) – In a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor, Arizonan Warren Woodward shares a letter he sent to the Arizona Corporation Commission and says, “APS lied about how often and how strongly their “smart” meters broadcast and now they are lying again about their “smart” meters’ surveillance capabilities. Imagine. The same utility entrusted to run a nuclear... 

Sedona 12 21 12 Cosmic Portal Leap of Faith

Bell Rock Sedona AZ (December 19, 2012) – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office anticipates a large number of people may arrive to watch, and or to participate, in an event expected to take place on Bell Rock the evening of December 20, 2012 through December 21, 2012. The YCSO is urging its Sedona, Arizona and Village of Oak Creek residents to stay off the roads and in their homes. Peter... 

Village of Oak Creek Gets Police Squad

Bell Rock Sedona AZ (July 16, 2012) – Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher evaluated the Yavapai County Sheriff’s office service to the Sedona, Arizona community of the Village of Oak Creek (VOC) and, as a result, is forming a new, full time patrol squad for the community, businesses, and tourists in the Village. Under current conditions, YCSO deputies may not be present in the... 

Leaking of Secret U.S. Cables Sparks Diplomacy Crisis

A reprint of today’s breaking news! Share on open Information Network   Luisita Lopez Torregrosa Correspondent NEW YORK — A large batch of secret American diplomatic cables over the past three years offers an unusual look at back-channel discussions by embassies around the world, unflattering views of world leaders and stark evaluations of nuclear and terrorist threats, The New York... 

Final Week of Sedona Hwy 179 ADOT Updates

What to Watch for the Week of September 20, 2010 Arizona Department of Transportation SR 179 Improvement Project 800.529.2876 www.scenic179.com pr@scenic179.com Welcome to the State Route (SR) 179 Project Weekly Construction Update – your electronic connection to the SR 179 Project with the most current information on construction plans and activities. This is the final weekly update... 

Dear Editor: NSA

  August 2, 2010 Mr. Tommy Acosta Reporter/Editor Sedona Verde Valley Times 20 Doodlebug Knls Sedona, AZ 86336-6422        Dear Friend, Proposed Sedona Verde Valley Red Rocks boundaries Thank you for your interest, support and input regarding H.R. 4823, the Sedona-Red Rock National Scenic Area Act. I write with a legislative update. We recently made significant progress in moving... 

Sedona City Election Mail-in Ballots Big Success

SEDONA AZ-March 23, 2010–More than half of the mail-in ballots were returned in the Sedona city election ending March 9th said Yavapai County elections department director, Lynn Constabile.  Of the 6,778 registered Sedona voters, Constabile reported 53.6% returned valid ballots.  The County deemed the vote by mail program a success when compared with other town and city elections since... 
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