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Poco Diablo McGuire: Prescription Drug Take Back Day

SedonaEye.com Star Pet Columnist Poco Diablo McGuire wants his 4 Paws Up pals to encourage everybody to take advantage of the Food and Drug Administration’s April 28 semi-annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day when people can bring leftover prescription drugs to police departments, drugstores and other collection sites. Like Poco says, “It’s good to keep my 4 Paws Up friends... 

City Council Trash and Recycling Meeting March 23

Sedona AZ (March 22, 2016) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: ALERT MEETING NOTICE The City of Sedona has created a “Work Session” on the City’s proposal for taking over your Trash and Recycling. March 23rd at 3 PM in Council Chambers at 102 Roadrunner Drive. Please attend. Yes, it is Easter week, which is the worst time, along with a meeting time of 3:00... 

Super Bowl Committee Launches Play Your Part Campaign

This article sponsored by BELLA Fine Goods, Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, 336 SR 179, Sedona AZ. Sedona Super Bowl Fans can order their own recycling and sustainability net positive S’well bottles by calling BELLA Fine Goods at 928-282-0255. Three sizes, one goal. Email Mary@BELLAFineGoods.com for more information. Colors and sizes in addition to those pictured and subject to availability.... 

2015 In Review with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (December 28, 2015) – Approaching the one year anniversary of the date the most recently elected Mayor and City Council members were seated, a quick review of accomplishments include (but are not limited to) approval of CVS, Marriott Hotel, expansion of Tlaquepaque North, SR89A frontage development in front of City Hall, proposed improvements to... 

American Heritage and Folksville USA Develop Role Models

Sedona AZ (July 13, 2013) – Welcome to the beautiful Verde Valley!  Look around and enjoy the area.  As you enter Camp Verde and begin driving down Finnie Flats Road, what do you notice?  Do you see the beauty or do you see trash? When students enroll at the Camp Verde, Arizona, campus of the American Heritage Academy, its handbook requires participation in community service activities. This... 

Arizona Highways Bottles Butts and Bags

Arizona highway blue bags are filled by anti litter volunteers Sedona AZ (May 14, 2013) – In a Letter to Folksville USA Point Man Gary Chamberlain and the SedonaEye.com, Keep Sedona Beautiful litter lifter volunteer and Sedona resident Lynn Terry shares his background and an observation that present attitudes toward civic responsibility contribute to local, regional and national litter problems: Gary: I’ve... 

Sedona Christmas Tree Recycling Schedule

Sedona AZ (December 9, 2011) – The City of Sedona is working with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality in offering an environment-friendly way of recycling your Christmas tree. Mark your calendars. From Monday, December 26, 2011 through Tuesday, January 24, 2012, the City of Sedona will be accepting Christmas trees for recycling into wood chips. Trees may be dropped off in the... 

Open Letter to ADOT Director

Dear Mr. Halikowski (Director ADOT), We are requesting that the hundreds of litter bags “bagged” this weekend on Highway 260 and Scenic Highway 89A (30 miles) be left in place until November 27, 2011. On November 27, they will be picked up by our recycling crew instead of your Highway Maintenance Departments having to deal with this chore (time and money saved). The recycling effort... 

Sedona Serious About Sustainability

Sedona AZ–What is the City of Sedona Sustainability Commission? The Sustainability Commission is a group of nine resident volunteers, chosen by the Sedona City Council, to serve as an advisory board on issues related to environmental sustainability for Sedona. The Sustainability Commission, tasked with preserving Sedona’s beauty, was formed in 2010 and began holding monthly meetings in... 

Sedona Recycles and Oak Creek Watershed Receive Funds

Sedona AZ (March 1, 2010) – In 2010, Sedona Recycles received funding from the Sedona Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Arizona Community Foundation, to purchase recycling bins for a new free 24-hour recycling drop-off location in Oak Creek Canyon. Service of the proposed site would be donated by Sedona Recycles and all material collected would be recycled at Sedona Recycles, the Verde... 
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