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Eddie Maddock: History in Headlines

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock with a Sedona History in Headlines review. Sedona AZ (June 25, 2017) – How much of a story can accurately be conveyed with a few simple words at the beginning of an article? That, of course, is subjective and best ascertained by those reading the information and forming individual opinions which might thusly be considered as an invitation to objectivity,... 

Election Central 2016: Sedona City Council Election Forum

A two hour Sedona City Council Election Forum was held at the Sedona Public Library on the evening of July 19, 2016, and sponsored by the League of Women Voters Greater Verde Valley and the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau. Sedona AZ (July 21, 2016) –  On this past Tuesday evening of July 19, 2016, the League of Women Voters Greater Verde Valley (LWVGVV) and the Sedona Chamber... 

Eye on Sedona with Harry Danilevics

Harry Danilevics Sedona AZ (July 12, 2016) –  “Who is Harry Danilevics?” Hello Sedona Eye Readership Community, I’m Harry Danilevics; the Millennial who initially ran for Sedona City Council and I will now be the first voice of the Millennial generation currently living in and around Sedona, Arizona, for The Sedona Eye. Initially, I will be covering Election Central 2016 for the City of... 

Open Letter Asks Ward Be Appointed to Fill Council Vacancy

SedonaEye.com J. Rick Normand, Investigative and Financial Columnist Sedona AZ (February 15, 2016) – The following is an Open Letter to the Sedona City Council, from J. Rick Normand, Investigative Columnist Re: City Council Appointment to Fill Council Vacancy: Madam Mayor, Mr. Vice Mayor and Councilors, As a result of my attendance at the Special Council Meeting of February 10, 2016 which had... 

Vacated Sedona City Council Seat Generates Interest

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (January 21, 2016) – As of the morning of January 21, 2016, following is a list of the names of the people who have picked up applications to fill the vacancy on the Sedona City Council created by the recent resignation of Angela LeFevre: Packets were received from office of the Sedona City Clerk on January 11 by: Steve Segner Bob Stevens Kal Thoff... 

Sedona Welcomes Primary Candidates

Sedona AZ (April 21, 2014) – On May 1, Concerned Citizens for America will host “speed dating” round tables and a free dessert party for several candidates running for high office in Arizona and for the United States House of Representatives. The event will take place at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road, Sedona, 86336, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Candidates participating... 

Dear Editor: Fire Chief’s Chat in VOC

Last night, Fire District Chief Hazime hosted a “Chief’s Chat “at Station 3 in the VOC. That meeting was intended for the taxpayers to ask the Chief pertinent questions of interest that would help them understand what happens in the fire district and why. Instead, it was immediately taken over by the rantings and ravings of Mr. Lowell Johnson and his slate against the Chief and his staff. Their... 

SFD Facts or Fiction?

I just read the article submitted by my fellow SFD taxpayer, Robert S. Wood in the latest printed edition of the Sedona Times and need to comment on some of the items he mentioned. My Yavapai County tax bill also includes 26% for the SFD and 48% (School Equalization, Sedona Unified School District #9, Yavapai Community College, Valley Academy Ed. District) for services that as a retired individual... 

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... 

Proposition 400 Direct Election of Mayor Forum

Sedona AZ (February 5, 2010) – The League of Women Voters of Sedona Verde Valley will present a Pro and Con Discussion of Proposition 400 for the City of Sedona voters. Proposition 400 – confused?  Not sure which way to vote? The League of Women Voters Sedona-Verde Valley is holding a forum on this important ballot measure on Tuesday, February 16, 2010, from 7:00 until 8:30 p.m. at the... 
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