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15th Annual Sedona Cleanup Event

Sedona AZ (May 4, 2017) – The Sedona Fire District (SFD) and the U.S. Forest Service are joining together to offer Sedona area residents the opportunity to dispose of yard waste and combustible vegetation. SFD Fire Station #4 at 391 Forest Road in uptown Sedona will be accepting yard waste Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 19 – 21, 2017, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Participation is open... 

Coconino County Jail Receives Baptistery Donation

Sedona AZ (February 4, 2016) – The American Rehabilitation Ministry, a Missouri based non-profit organization, donated a new full immersion portable baptistery valued at $1,700 to the Coconino County Detention Facility, Flagstaff, AZ. The Coconino County jail staff will schedule the use of the baptistery on a regular and frequent basis to inmates. Inmates requesting a baptism will meet with... 

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... 

Dear Sheriff Waugh and Governor Brewer: America the Beautiful?

In a 2010 Verde Independent news article Sheriff Steve Waugh was expressing his dilemma regarding what to do if Proposition 100 failed and how would fund his prison population. Jan Brewer is also counting on Proposition 100 for funds. Is what’s good for the goose, good for the gander? In Folksville USA, we have a anti-litter movement to “restore the beauty to America the Beautiful”. We don’t... 

Sedona Museum Preserves Clothing Collections

Sedona Heritage Museum Clothing is measured and catalogued for preservation by Sedona museum volunteers The Sedona Heritage Museum was recently given two extensive clothing collections for preservation. First, after the passing of Anne Jordan Jackson, her family donated almost 150 pieces of clothing from multiple generations of the Woolf, Jordan and Bristow families.  The age of the pieces range... 

Sedona Property Owners Granted Amnesty on ADU Violations

On January 12, 2010, the Sedona City Council approved an ordinance allowing for the long-term rental of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs).  This ordinance became effective on February 11, 2010 and remains in effect until 88 new ADUs are created or until February 11, 2015, whichever comes first.  At that time the ADU ordinance will sunset until reviewed and the Planning and Zoning Commission and City... 

Sedona Seeks Budget Oversight Commission Volunteer

Sedona AZ--The City of Sedona is seeking a volunteer to serve a one-year term on a newly formed Budget Oversight Commission.  The Commission will help the City in preparing the five-year capital plan and annual budget. The commission is solely advisory to the Council but will play a key role in providing important public input on budget policy, including revenue recommendations, capital planning... 

Prescott Strings Begins Season with Elizabeth Buck, Flautist

Prescott AZ – Fall brings not only cooler weather but the enchanting sounds of a new season of music from the Prescott Strings Classical Chamber Orchestra.   The first concert of this, their 28th season beginning Friday, November 12 2010, at 7:30 PM will be held in their usual venue at the beautiful St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in north Prescott. Dr. Phil Kuhns, orchestra director and conductor,... 

Free Seminar for Homeowners with Septic Systems

Barry Allan, OCWC Executive Director Sedona AZ (October 17, 2010) – Sedona area homeowners using septic systems will have the opportunity to attend a free education program, announced Barry Allan, Executive Director of the Oak Creek Watershed Council. He emphasized that homeowners from Coconino and Yavapai counties are invited to participate. Attendees will learn how to properly care for and... 

Sedona City Council’s Communications Priority Update

 On September 29, 2010, Sedona City Council held a work session to discuss steps being taken to achieve their Public Communication, Outreach, and Education priority.  Based on the discussion, the City is planning on implementing video web streaming of the Council meetings in spring 2011.  In addition, the City will be looking at contracting with an outside source to record Council meetings. ... 
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