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Back O’ Beyond Road Improvements Complete

Sedona AZ (September 8, 2016) – With the completion of a second Cathedral Rock Trailhead parking lot in June 2016, the city of Sedona recently installed new No Parking signs along Back O’ Beyond Road, effective September 16, 2016. The Cathedral Rock Trailhead, created and maintained by the U.S. Forest Service, is a popular access point to Cathedral Rock. The original trailhead parking lot... 

Anti National Monument Designation Gains Momentum

SedonaEye.com financial columnist J. Rick Normand notes in his latest National Monument designation expose’ that the RESCUE OUR ARIZONA RED ROCKS (ROARR) Movement Gains Momentum as KSB Falters! Sedona AZ (September 14, 2015) – Sorry to interrupt your regularly scheduled program, but the ROARR movement is gaining inmmense momentum against KSB, the Sierra Club and the City of Sedona activist... 

Eye on Sedona Sources of Swell

SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock, examines the Sedona all is well but negative mindset Sedona AZ (August 20, 2013) – At the Sedona City Council Meeting on August 14, 2013, among the public speakers was Peter Fagan, Chair of the Budget Oversight Commission. Mr. Fagan specifically included Sedona Eye as a source that provides “all negative articles.” Well, suppose we take a look at... 

South Korean Rotary Team Visits Sedona

South Korean Rotarians Weon-Gyo Jung; Ah-Ran Choo; Bok-E Je; Yeong-Yi Lee and Ji-Eun Jeong Sedona AZ (June 1, 2012) – Five South Koreans visited Sedona over the Memorial Day holiday as a part of Rotary International’s Group Study Exchange. The South Korean team was concluding a month-long visit to Arizona Rotary Clubs providing opportunities for the young professionals to explore and understand... 

Sedona A Little Bit of Paradise?

City Talk Article for October 27, 2010 Authored By Councilor Dennis Rayner A recent visitor from Hungary told me, I was very lucky to live in Sedona, because it was like being in paradise.  Since I always felt that way, I am amazed and saddened on how divided our city’s stakeholders respond on so many issues important and vital to us all.  Take for example the safety issues on SR 89A, the NSA... 

Sedona Arizona A-List Party May 24

Sedona AZ (March 26, 2010) – Save the date, May 24, 2010, for the biggest party to hit Sedona, Arizona this year!  A celebration of all times Sedona!  Los Abrigados Resort and Spa is the A-List party scene for great food, great music, great fun!  The Los Abrigados Resort and Spa party will get started at 4 PM.  $50 tickets!  Ticket prices include food, drink and entertainment! Meet... 

Register to Vote Here! Do it now!

Don’t delay!  Do this today!  Do it now!  Here’s how:        * Register to vote.  You can do this online.    http://capwiz.com/nea/az/utr/1/GJCLMFURVK/ORVPMFVLBQ/4886661066/                The last day to register to vote is April 19, 2010.        * Register to receive a permanent early ballot.  Request your early      ballot through your county recorder’s... 

AZ Democrat Kirkpatrick to Vote Yes on Health Care Bill

Sedona AZ (March 19, 2010) – Representatives from the state office of  U.S. Democratic Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, CD1 Arizona, informed a Thursday breakfast meeting of the Democrats of the Red Rocks and Democrats of the Verde Valley that the Congresswoman planned to vote “yes” on the proposed Health Care bill.  The Congresswoman’s representatives anticipate that the... 

AZ State Parks Foundation President accuses Rep. John Kavanagh of destroying Park System

Bill Meek, President Arizona State Parks Foundation rebuts Rep. John Kavanagh, Chairman House Appropriations Committee position to withhold funding for State Parks:  As chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, Rep. John Kavanagh (R-Dist 8), has almost single-handedly destroyed the State Parks System, trashing some of Arizona’s irreplaceable assets and wrecking an enterprise that contributes... 

SR 179 Business Signage Compliance Required

Article submitted by the City of Sedona Sedona AZ (March 11, 2010) – Prior to the start of construction of road improvements to the Arizona SR 179 corridor, the Sedona City Council directed Community Development staff to allow additional temporary signage for businesses. The Council felt that allowing additional signage opportunities for businesses would help offset and soften the impact of the... 
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