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Sedona Waste Water Injection Well Bid Request

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (March 6, 2015) – Sealed bids for the construction of the WWTP Injection Well No. 2 Drilling Project will be received by the Sedona Community Development Department, Engineering Services Division at Sedona City Hall, 108 Roadrunner Drive, Sedona, Arizona, until 2:00 p.m., local time, March 20, 2015. At that time, bids will be publicly opened and... 

Sedona Aerial Survey Update

Article written and submitted by the City of Sedona AZ. Sedona AZ (January 25, 2015) – During the week of January 26, 2015, City of Sedona consultants will be placing white “plus sign” shaped panels on the ground throughout the City, and in areas around the City Wastewater Treatment Plant. Up to thirty panels will provide ground control for the purpose of updating the City’s aerial survey.... 

Not Business As Usual

The City of Sedona Arizona lost population based on its 2010 Census report figure of slightly less than 10,000 residents Sedona AZ (January 23, 2014) – The following is a copy of a letter sent to the City of Sedona Mayor and Councilors written by Sedona resident, Jean Jenks: January 14, 2014 Mayor Adams and Councilors,  Since this Agenda Item includes “possible direction of the findings... 

Sedona Community Plan Revision Matrix

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock overhears Councilman Mark DiNunzio’s idea for a future Sedona five star resort at the wastewater treatment plant if land can be allocated Sedona AZ (October 30, 2013) – SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock reviews the Community Plan presentations before the City Council as it is “cleaned up” so no “weaseling” happens before... 

Eye on Sedona Parks and Rec Fall Calendar

This article written and submitted by City of Sedona staff. Sedona AZ (October 12, 2013) – Fall really is the best time of year. Cool enough to enjoy an evening stroll through a new city park and warm enough to enjoy a pumpkin patch in the water. We recommend you try both. On September 27, the Sedona Wetlands Preserve enjoyed its grand opening celebration. This unique facility, located just outside... 

Taxpayer Eye on Sedona Tax and Spend Politics

Sedona City Council Sedona AZ (July 30, 2013) – In an open letter to the Sedona City Council and the SedonaEye.com editor, Jean Jenks, a City of Sedona taxpayer writes the following: SPERLING’S BEST PLACES website reports “Compared to the rest of the country, Sedona’s cost of living is $26.30% higher than the U.S. average.” The St. Louis Fed’s economists found that,... 

Eye on Sedona City Council July Meetings

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock Sedona AZ (July 29, 2013) – City of Sedona taxpayer and resident Eddie S. Maddock pens the following open letter to the Sedona City Council and its Mayor: Sunday, July 28, 2013 SUBJECT: SEDONA CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS JULY 30 & JULY 31, 2013  TO MAYOR ROB ADAMS AND MEMBERS OF THE SEDONA CITY COUNCIL:  What in the world is going on? Trying to figure... 

Sedona City Council Defers Wastewater Rate Increase

Article written and submitted by the City of Sedona. Sedona AZ (July 25, 2013)  – On July 23, 2013, the Sedona City Council approved to defer the implementation of the projected ten percent increase to the monthly wastewater rates and maintain current wastewater rates. Within the last two weeks, the City’s wastewater study consultant provided a preliminary financial analysis. It concluded... 

Sedona Beyond 2012

SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock welcomes 2013 Sedona AZ (January 1, 2013) – Holy moly, a brand spankin’ New Year is before us and what in the world will it have in store? Well, for starters, maybe just maybe, the newly created scummy ponds at the wastewater treatment plant, now home to desperate ducks, will have additional amenities. Word is that funding has already been approved... 

Eye on City of Sedona Wastewater

Sedona AZ (May 23, 2012) – Some fifteen years ago, the voters of Sedona Arizona approved bonds to finance the wastewater system that runs underground for nine miles from the Chapel area to the treatment plant west of town on SR 89A. The original cost was somewhere between $75 (seventy-five) million and $90 (ninety) million dollars. This debt is now around $60 (sixty) million dollars. For a city... 
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