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NSA Bill Votes Cast by Democrats and Republicans

How did Arizona Congressional Representatives Vote on the National Scenic Act bill?   The letter Y indicates a “Yes” vote, and the letter N a “No” vote. The Arizona Congressional Districts served by the Representatives are denoted by numbers 1-8: AZ 1 Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick Democratic Y AZ 2 Rep. Trent Franks Republican N AZ 3 Rep. John Shadegg Republican N AZ 4 Rep.... 

U.S. Rep. Kirkpatrick Condemns Washington Republicans for Playing Politics

Sedona AZ–Arizona’s Congressional District 1 Representative Ann Kirkpatrick (Democrat) today bitterly condemned a blatantly political maneuver by Washington Republicans, who blocked passage of two of her bills to safeguard unique Arizona treasures while creating jobs in her district. Local support for the NSA designation was bi-partisan but the freshman Congresswoman was unable to garner... 

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... 

Sedona Voters Apathetic and Lazy

Letter to the Editor:  I seem to recall in history classes during those long hours in grade school and high school that there were 100s of thousands of men and women who gave their lives so that we may be free. Free to elect who we wanted to represent us and protect our republic at all levels of government. Sedona just completed an election, hard fought by those who cared enough to devote their time... 

Sedona City Council Winners Litrell, Ward, McIlroy and Rayner

March 9, 2010-Sedona AZ–Sedonans overwhelming elected the dark skies and National Scenic Area candidates Dr. Dennis Rayner, Dan McIlroy, Mike Ward and Barbara Litrell to its City Council and rejected the re-election campaign efforts of Dan Surber and Nancy Scagnelli, two Council members who formed what was considered by many Sedonans as an anti-dark sky and anti-NSA voting bloc when coupled... 

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 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 →

No Vote For Sedona Incumbents Supporting Sewer Fees

Dear SedonaEye.com, Sedona Mayor Rob Adams and Vice Mayor Hamilton, and the Sedona City Councilors, I will not be voting in the upcoming election for any incumbent who approves the “Notice of Intention” to raise wastewater rates. As you know, a large number of Sedona property owners, businesses, and retirees on fixed incomes are rotting financially. So, why are every one of CDM’s... 

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... 
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