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Sedona Traffic Problems Caused by Chamber and City Council

Sedona AZ (June 26, 2018) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: The 7/20/18 Red Rock News editorial by Christopher Fox Graham is headlined by “Council, don’t listen to squeaky wheel NIMBYs.” Sounds good doesn’t it? And it strikes home into the willing skeptics among us. But, as a good solution to our traffic problems, it is just about a zero. Graham... 

Eye on Sedona with Councilor Scott Jablow

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (March 15, 2018) – Traffic has probably been the #1 hot topic over the course of the last several years, and certainly during the last city election cycle. The need to actually “do something” to address Sedona’s traffic issues was one of the primary reasons I and my fellow city councilors were elected. There is no quick fix or silver bullet,... 

Eye on Sedona Favors and Kickbacks

SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock, with an opinion of  an October 8, 2013, Sedona City Council decision Sedona AZ (October 9, 2013) – Coming as no big surprise, at the regular meeting October 8, 2013, Sedona City Council voted 4-2 to support increasing the bed tax “kickback” to the Chamber of Commerce from 50% to 55%, representing what appears to be considerably more than... 

Eye on Sedona Taxation and Representation

SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock asks the powers that be to answer whether the Chamber of Commerce advertising is solely responsible for Sedona tourists Sedona AZ (July 4, 2013) – In an appropriate column for the celebration of Independence Day, SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock, asks “Where is the balance, Sedona?” in her Eye on Sedona column: Question? Does anyone... 

Sedona City Council Spends More Saves Less

Sedona AZ (June 24, 2013) – In a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor, a Sedona resident writes: Dear Editor, Best not be fooled by the Mayor’s statement in the recent Community Connection newsletter that “the city has enjoyed operating surpluses for the last four years.”  The General Fund operating reserves comprise approximately one-third of the city’s entire budget.... 
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