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Sedona to Hold City Council and Mayoral Elections

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (April 2, 2016) – The city of Sedona will conduct its 2016 Primary Election on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 and its General Election, if necessary, on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. If a candidate receives a majority of all the votes cast at the Primary Election, they will be elected to the office for which they are a candidate, effective the date of... 

City 2013 Financial Report Reveals Red Ink

Sedona AZ (March 3, 2014) – The following is a letter to the Sedona City Council copied to the SedonaEye.com editor:  Hello Mayor Adams and Councilors, As you know, I’ve written on this subject before. Drainage and Wastewater are “necessary public services” given short-shrift thus far that must be recognized and subject to Development Impact Fees. The Council must not approve... 

Monsoon Maintenance Program Public Meeting

Sedona AZ (May 3, 2012) – The City of Sedona will hold a public meeting to explain the Pre-Monsoon Maintenance Program on May 16, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the Sedona City Hall Council Chambers on Roadrunner Drive. Approved by Sedona City Council on April 24, 2012, the monsoon program involves inspection of public and private drainage ways in various areas of the City during the months of May and... 

Open Letter to Red Rock News Publisher Robert Larson

The City of Sedona Arizona Sedona AZ (October 24, 2011) – In an open letter to the public and the SedonaEye.com editor, Cliff Hamilton and Barbara Litrell, City of Sedona Council members, write a rebuttal to Robert Larson, Publisher Red Rock News (October 21, 2011) editorial. They write: Robert Larson, owner of the Red Rock News, filled his October 21 (2011) editorial with unfounded generalities,... 

Sedona Approves Impact Fees

Sedona AZ (October 21, 2011) – On October 11, 2011, the Sedona City Council approved the Interim Development Impact Fee Schedule with an effective date of January 1, 2012. The change in fees is required based on a series of significant changes made by the State Legislature. These changes impact the parameters surrounding requirements for collection and use of Development Impact Fees.   The... 

Sedona Eye on City Property Tax

Sedona AZ-Almost everyone owning real estate in Sedona Arizona pays property tax (except for churches and some exempt non-profit groups) but few seem to know much about where that money goes. In short, it goes to schools, the fire district and county government. None goes to the city. Sedona does not have a city property tax.  Over the years, we have developed a city culture that makes anyone even... 

Sedona SR 89A Route Transfer Process

Sedona AZ (October 15, 2010) – During its October 12, 2010 meeting, the Sedona City Council discussed citizen participation and an education process for consideration of a route transfer for Arizona State Route 89A. Based on this discussion, several steps will be taken to initiate the public process. CivTech, an Arizona engineering firm that specializes in transportation planning and design,... 

Open Letter to Council on Sewer Fee Increase

Sedona AZ (February 23, 2010) – In a letter to SedonaEye.com editors, Sedona Chapel area resident, Lin Ennis, discusses her position on proposed sewer fees: Dear Council Members, I am concerned about there being a dramatic increase in sewer fees over the next few years – double to triple the fees in comparable communities. However, I also realize our Wastewater Enterprise Fund is drastically... 
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