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Yavapai County Supervisors Extend Emergency Proclamation 60 Days

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors voted to extend the Emergency Proclamation for another 60 days. Sedona AZ – Today, March 23, 2020, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors ratified the Emergency Proclamation, signed by Chairman Brown on March 19, and voted to extend the Emergency Proclamation for another 60 days. Board Counsel Martin Brennan reminded the Board of Supervisors that the authority... 

Yavapai County AZ Free Library District Doors Close

Sedona AZ – In efforts to protect patrons and staff from the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the doors of the fifteen branch libraries of the Yavapai County Free Library District doors will be closed, effective immediately. However, curbside pickup for holds will still be available. District staff will continue working as long as possible to keep services functioning for their communities. Access... 

Arizona Supreme Court issues COVID-19 direction to courts and public

Sedona AZ – Chief Justice Robert M. Brutinel issued Administrative Order 2020-47 providing Arizona’s courts and the public with direction on court operations in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The Order includes direction for in-person proceedings, empaneling juries, limiting access to courthouses and courtrooms, implementing social distancing, continuing matters, and using technology to... 

Yavapai County Court Issues Coronavirus Guidance

Historic Yavapai County Courthouse in Prescott AZ. Sedona AZ – Working closely with State and County Officials to monitor the evolving information regarding COVID-19 and with currently no confirmed cases in Yavapai County, the Superior Court in Yavapai County is endeavoring to respond reasonably to the concerns raised in the community regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and keep its Courts open. Based... 

Hillary Clinton Lawyers Ask Appeals Court to Overturn Order for Her Deposition

Sedona AZ – Judicial Watch announced today that lawyers for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her former Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills have asked the Court of Appeals to overturn a U.S. District court order granting Judicial Watch’s request for their depositions about Clinton’s emails and Benghazi attack records. Lawyers for Clinton and Mills filed a “Petition for Writ of Mandamus”... 

Rimrock and Beaver Creek Successfully Oppose Land Development Application

Sedona AZ – The Zoning Map Change application PLA19-000009 for the proposed Primrose Peaks Estates Planned Area Development (405-23-180) has been withdrawn by the applicant. In the withdrawal email, applicant Ellen Simon stated, “We have heard the concerns of the local community, and look forward to working together with the Beaver Creek Association and Rimrock residents in an effort to reach... 

2020 U.S. Census Instructions

Sedona AZ –  Sedona residents should be prepared for the upcoming 2020 Census letters that will arrive to households in mid-March. The letters will be an invitation to take the 2020 Census either via online, the mail or over the phone. Every ten years, the census counts every person living in the United States: Mandated by the U.S. Constitution in Article 1, Section 2, the country has counted... 

AZ Education Superintendent Calls for Special Ed Funding Solution

Sedona AZ – Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman today delivered the first ever State of Special Education speech to the Arizona State Senate Education Committee. Superintendent Hoffman praised the proposal to increase special education funding by $50 million (AZ SB 1060), but recognized that more would be needed to fully address the challenges faced by an underfunded public education... 

PFLAG Sedona Verde Valley scholarships available

Sedona AZ – PFLAG Sedona/Verde Valley 2020 scholarship program is now open for applications. Up to three $500 scholarships are available for students residing in the Sedona Verde Valley area with applications and supporting material are due by February 28, 2020. Award recipients will be announced on April 14, 2020. Eligible applicants are LGBTQ or straight ally identified receiving the award.... 

AZ SB 1554: Short Term Rental management help for municipalities

Arizona state capitol building in Phoenix Sedona AZ – The Arizona State Legislature announced that Senate Bill (SB) 1554 is assigned to the Senate Commerce Committee and is waiting to be placed on an agenda for discussion at an upcoming committee meeting. SB 1554 is pending legislation that considers additional short term rental management tools for cities and towns and it will affect local governments. Read... 
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