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Arizona Corporation Commission Corrupt or Incompetent?

ACC Commissioner Brenda Burns Sedona AZ (February 28, 2013) – “We are witnessing a classic example of complete regulatory failure. The only real question left is: Was this failure planned from the start and, if so, who got paid to ensure the failure?” writes a concerned Arizonan in a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor and the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC), Arizona Governor... 

Eye on City of Sedona Homeless

Submitted by the City of Sedona. Sedona AZ (December 3, 2012) – This Eye on City of Sedona article was written by Sedona City Councilor Barbara Litrell and submitted by the City of Sedona staff. Councilor Litrell writes: As City Council members, we also serve as liaisons to city appointed commissions and various community organizations. I’m pleased to serve as liaison to the Verde Valley Homeless... 

In A Manner of Preaching

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye Columnist If the title causes a few eyebrows to rise, then it served its purpose. As the conclusion of another very difficult year rapidly approaches, it brings to my mind that even the utmost unique situations, not only globally but within our own little incorporated City of Sedona, are surmountable. When tempers and fury rage, frequently, logic seems to prefer to go on... 

Sedona ADOT Turn Back Myth vs Facts

MYTHS vs. FACTS – Maintaining 89A  MYTH: Pundits state that if the City of Sedona takes back Highway 89A in West Sedona the city does not have the capability or budget to maintain and rebuild such a roadway.  FACT: The City of Sedona already maintains over 100 miles of roads, so they do have experience in scheduled maintenance. The “proposed take back” section of 89a is 4.8 miles which would... 

Sedona EMS 911 Response

Dear Editor, I am one of those individuals who is wheel-chair bound 365 days a year, 24/7. Last night I was transferring from my wheel chair to the bed around midnight. I thought my legs were going to assist me in this maneuver; but I was wrong. I slid down onto the floor and made a number of attempts to get up; but it was all in vain. My husband tried several times to pick me up but I was dead-weight... 

Dear Editor: Free Parkinson Disease Help

We do this program frequently in the greater Phoenix area and are offering a follow up to a program we did in Cottonwood last year. Parkinson’s disease 202 provides in-depth information and practical suggestions for people with PD and their families for the most bothersome non-motor symptoms that impact quality of life with PD. Topics covered include: Fatigue and energy management; Working through... 

Dear Editor: Water Quality comments

The Water Quality Division of Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) has extended the deadline to submit comments on the September 23, 2010 draft strawman rule. Questions or comments should be directed to:  taunt.linda@azdeq.gov or to lestarge.wendy@azdeq.gov by Sunday, October 3, 2010. ADEQ has posted the September 23, 2010 rule proposal and the PowerPoint presentation on ADEQ’s webpage... 

U.S. Rep. Kirkpatrick Condemns Washington Republicans for Playing Politics

Sedona AZ–Arizona’s Congressional District 1 Representative Ann Kirkpatrick (Democrat) today bitterly condemned a blatantly political maneuver by Washington Republicans, who blocked passage of two of her bills to safeguard unique Arizona treasures while creating jobs in her district. Local support for the NSA designation was bi-partisan but the freshman Congresswoman was unable to garner... 

Sedona Celtic Harvest Festival

Danielle McBurnette Sedona, AZ– The 2010 Arizona Colleen, Danielle McBurnett, serves as a spokesperson for the Irish Community in area events and will take part in the upcoming Celtic Harvest Festival in Sedona on September 25.  “Colleen” refers to an Irish maiden reflecting that contestants must have some Irish ancestry, be single, without children, ages 18-27, and are judged on poise,... 

Dear Editor: Response to Labor Day Visitor Letter

Sedona Hwy 179 (September 23 2010 Print Edition) Response to “Letter from Labor Day visitors…”  written by Greg Flippen from Mesa, AZ, here is my response:  Thanks to tourists we have many great restaurants, galleries, shops, and events.  Please keep visiting!  Please remember why you are visiting.  I think the answer is all of the above in one of the most beautiful settings on earth.  Do... 
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