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Big Park VOC Sewer: A Substantial Source of Money

Sedona AZ – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor. The author, a Sedona Village of Oak Creek resident, has requested anonymity: Securing the Big Park Sewer honeypot. honeypot Definition of honeypot 1: one that is attractive or desirable 2: a substantial source of money. Controversial for over two decades because of its size and view obstruction, the Village of Oak Creek Outlets... 

Sedona Fire District Hires New Fire Chief

Sedona AZ – The Sedona Fire District Board announces the selection of Jon Trautwein as its new Fire Chief. The announcement follows an extensive search conducted by Regional Government Services (RGA) of sixty-two applicants. This search and evaluation process was intricate and collaborative, encompassing interviews by phone, video conferencing and in-person, a rigorous Assessment Center, and... 

Eddie Maddock: A Miracle in Motion?

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock discusses the Sedona in Motion issue as a city plan comes with yet another expensive traffic standstill in Uptown for a year. Sedona AZ – At long last initial steps have been taken to launch the Sedona in Motion plan. Tackling this monumental task aimed as the first step in addressing Sedona’s transportation issues has commenced at Sedona’s city center,... 

Long Valley Meadow Restoration Project Needs Help *Update

Sedona AZ –  UPDATE: Cancellation of event due to nearby fire. The Arizona Elk Society and USFS are sorry for the short notice. Due to the Coldwater Fire just south of the work project area, and with severe smoke and traffic restrictions, we have decided to cancel this week’s project at Long Valley. Thank you very much for signing up and being willing to conserve the future of elk and other... 

Arizona Red Cross Deploys Midwest Disaster Help

Sedona AZ – Volunteers and equipment have been deployed from three Arizona chapters of the American Red Cross to people across the Midwest as tornadoes and flooding continue to devastate communities. • The Red Cross has more than 600 trained disaster workers on the ground providing safe shelter, food, relief supplies and other support to people in need. • More than 450 people spent Monday... 

A Victory in the Champion Complaint Against APS

Sedona AZ – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: A Victory in the Champion Complaint Against APS Information & Perspective by Warren Woodward Sedona, Arizona “A Victory,” But Not THE Victory. Last week the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) held an Open Meeting to discuss and vote on Stacey Champion’s Complaint against APS for having unjust and unreasonable... 

Traffic and Pedestrian Alert: Uptown Sedona Construction Update

Sedona AZ – The first major Sedona in Motion construction project begins in Uptown Sedona on Monday, June 3, 2019. The work will last 9-12 months. The contractor expects to maintain two-way traffic on SR89A throughout the project. The Jordan Road intersection will be closed to through traffic at State Route 89A during construction hours: Northbound motorists are asked to follow the marked detour... 

AZ Public Education Funding Headed in Right Direction

Sedona AZ – Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman today issued the following statement regarding the fiscal year 2020 Arizona state budget: “This year, the state made some movements in the right direction by funding several K-12 education initiatives, including giving schools more money to spend on new counselors, the next installment of the promised 20×2020 teacher raises,... 

Surviving the war

Retired Air Force Technical Sgt. Gerald May (L) and retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Jack Hallman (R) met for the first time in February 2019, nearly 74 years after the end of World War II. The veterans talked about their experiences as prisoners of war. They were both in the same POW camp at the same time, but never encountered each other. ROBERT MILLER/Staff photo Sedona AZ – Reliving memories... 

Sedona Monsoon Season Preparation Begins

Notice submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ – The city is beginning the eighth year of its pre-monsoon program during which Public Works Department staff members inspect public and private drainage ways in residential and commercial areas. The inspections, conducted from May through June, identify debris, dirt, trash, and vegetation in drainage ways which might block the flow of storm water... 
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