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Sedona teams with VVREO for business growth

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (February 22, 2017) – Entrepreneurs and small business owners looking to start, relocate or expand an existing business in Sedona are invited to take advantage of the Revolving Loan Program offered by the Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization (VVREO). The city of Sedona and VVREO work together to foster economic growth in the Verde Valley... 

VVREO Supports School Overrides

Sedona AZ (October 17, 2013) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor in support of the local school district overrides: Quality Jobs –Quality Education – Quality of Life – Support Our Schools Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization (VVREO) believes a vibrant and economically strong region begins with quality education for all children who live in the Verde Valley. We... 

Verde Valley Waterways Sustainability Questioned

Clarkdale AZ (February 29, 2012) – The Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization will facilitate the Second Community Dialogue – The Verde Valley Waterways Opportunities for Sustainable Economic Expansion and Growth on March 27, 2012. The meeting will include a Valley-wide survey presentation, the advantages of using Value Chain Mapping in a decision making process, and a review of the outcomes... 

Rotary Challenges Restaurants to Chili Cook Off

Sedona AZ (December 1, 2011) – Steaming samples of chili will be featured at the Rotary Club of Sedona’s Great Sedona Chili Cook Off, a special event at Tlaquepaque’s Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, on May 5, 2012. This year the Cook Off will have more space for restaurant booths and a beer garden in the Calle de Independencia at Tlaquepaque. Last year hundreds of people enjoyed tasting varieties of... 

Annual Sedona and Village of Oak Creek Cleanup Event

Flagstaff AZ June 20 2010 Wilfire by Sedona Times photographer, Brian Goodwin SEDONA AZ (May 5, 2011) – The Sedona Fire District (SFD), Waste Management, the U.S. Forest Service, BSE Rents, the City of Sedona and Village of Oak Creek Association are joining together to offer Sedona and Village of Oak Creek area residents an opportunity to dispose of their yard waste and combustible vegetation... 

Coconino National Forest Plan Revision Update

 Thank you to those who provided feedback at, and following, our November public meetings regarding developing language for the Coconino National Forest revised forest plan!  The forest plan revision team appreciates the thoughtful feedback provided and is working hard to update the draft plan language based on the input received.   In early 2011, a working draft plan will be available for additional... 

Dear Editor: Holiday Hope for Humanity Festival

It amazes me how beautiful Sedona is in the fall…crispness in the air, the leaves rich in multitudes of color, increased hustle and bustle with our beloved tourists return. The upcoming season gives me renewed hope each year.   Guess the love from the holidays came from my grandmother.   I moved to Sedona to be close to her and my grandfather in 1975. She loved the festivities that... 

Heat Is on for Public Discussion of Arizona State Parks

Sedona AZ–With standing room only at the Sedona Public Library on September 30, 2010, the concerned crowd of more than 100 listened intently to a panel of local government officials and experts.  The panel presented pertinent facts about the current status of the State Parks, long- term plans and funding options for the system as a whole. Arizona State Parks (ASP) Board Chairman Reese Woodling... 

Keeping the Sedona-Verde Valley Area Thriving with Grapes and Growth

Sedona AZ (December 12, 2009) – It’s exciting to be in the right place at the right time with something that’s really working. And the Verde Valley wine industry is definitely working! Tom Pitts, Verde Valley Wine Consortium The winemakers have dedicated themselves to making the finest wine possible from the grapes that do so well here. And, they are dedicated to sustainable agriculture. It... 
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