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Eye on Arizona Highways Blue Bags

Arizona highway litter  Sedona AZ (August 28, 2012) – The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Adopt-A-Highway blue trash bags left on Arizona highway shoulders are a visual indication and confirmation of local pride in the cleanliness of state highways and its communities.  That pride demands continued teamwork, cooperation, and participation by Verde Valley community residents,... 

Arizona Highways Wrong Way Right Way ADOT

Bath tub in the median Sedona AZ (August 17, 2012) – Today was unusual. I happened to witness three separate incidents that could have resulted in a tragic accident and or death.   The first incident involved a fiberglass bath tub. It was in the median of Arizona Scenic Highway 89A. The details of how this tub happened to find its way to the middle of the road will remain a mystery... 

Sedona Eye on City Bike Racks and Rides

Sedona celebrates National Bike Month May 2012 Sedona AZ (April 9, 2012) – In May 2011, the City of Sedona Arizona was designated a bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. Living up to this designation, the City is continuing its effort to encourage residents to use bicycles for recreation, transportation, and better health. In addition, a number of infrastructure... 

I-17 Southbound Bridge Demolition Scheduled

Sedona AZ (April 4, 2012) – The Arizona Department of Transportation project to reconstruct the traffic interchange on Interstate 17 in Munds Park will reach another milestone next week with the demolition of the southbound bridge. Interstate 17 at Pinewood Boulevard will be closed from 6 a.m. Monday, April 9, 2012 until 2 p.m. Friday, April 13, 2012 to provide a safe work zone while the bridge... 

Sedona Honors Folksville USA Road Warriors

Folksville USA Original Cornville Road Warriors Sedona AZ (March 26, 2012) –  In 2009, a small group of concerned Verde Valley residents decided to try and unite the communities of Cottonwood and Sedona in an effort to address the mounting litter eyesore along Arizona State Highway 89A, a designated scenic route connecting the two areas. That same year, the group expanded its litter clean... 

Flagstaff AZ I-17 Construction Resumes

FLAGSTAFF AZ (March 16, 2012) – The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin the second phase of the project next week to reconstruct the Munds Park traffic interchange on Arizona Interstate 17, approximately twenty miles south of Flagstaff. Construction on Interstate 17 at Munds Park resumes March 22 Bridge work requires lane restrictions This phase of the ADOT $10 million project includes... 

International Dark Skies May Reject Sedona

Sedona AZ (February 14, 2012) – The Sedona Eye provides this letter dated February 9, 2012 written by the Executive Director of the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA), Bob Parks, and released to the media on February 14, 2012 by the City of Sedona without editorial comment. The IDA has offices in Tucson Arizona, Belgium and Australia: IDA response to the Proposed Sedona 89a Highway... 

Use of Herbicides on Sedona Red Rock Scenic Byway

Sedona AZ (November 23, 2010) – The following is a Sedona Eye news Letter to the Editor from Bill Kusner as Chair of the All-American Road Committee : These comments are submitted as an Opposing Guest Perspective by the All-American Road Committee (AARC) in response to the Guest Perspective written by Paul Gazda in the November 18, 2010 Sedona Eye. The AARC’s parent organization is Village... 

Panda Express Joins Folksville USA Movement

Folksville USA Rusty's Morningstar Ranch "hands" Cottonwood AZ (November 3, 2010) – Panda Express joined the Folksville USA anti-litter effort and will reward Rusty’s Morningstar Ranch for autistic adults, Arizona Department of Transportation Adopt-A-Highway permittees, local businesses and residents with a free meal in its Cottonwood Arizona restaurant with proof of participation... 
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