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Eddie Maddock: The Two Faces of Sedona

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock on the two faces of Sedona. Sedona AZ – Generally speaking there are two sides to everything. Take coins for example. Heads and tails, neither of which is necessarily better than the other except, of course, when challenged during a “Heads or Tails” call on a bet. People in general have two sides, happy or sad, cheerful or gloomy, positive or... 

Eddie Maddock: Rootin’ and Tootin’ Sedona

Eddie Maddock finds humor in Sedona 2020. Sedona AZ – With the constant turnover of creative minds comin’ and goin’ in Sedona, and that includes tourists and residents, has anyone ever come up with the suggestion of a Sedona City Anthem i.e. our national anthem? There are many possibilities, but, as an example, how about a similarity to Dorothy Shay’s 1948 lyrics to Feudin’... 

Eddie Maddock: Sedona Year 2020

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock reminds Sedona in 2020 it’s wise to keep in mind that hindsight is always twenty-twenty. Sedona AZ – The birth of a brand new year, 2020, is welcomed with optimism for positive opportunities on the horizon. Breaking in a new calendar and not forgetting when writing to change the date to “2020” accordingly are reminders that time flies, and... 

Eddie Maddock: An ordinary day in Sedona

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock on the every day need for “We matter, too!” Sedona AZ – Based on local ongoing and constant dissension one might justify wondering if Sedona Schnebly’s middle name could have been “Controversy.” Initially deciding the designated area which would encompass incorporated Sedona and the subsequent consideration of alternate routes... 

Eddie Maddock: We, the people who govern

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock begins the 2020 Sedona Arizona election coverage with the city’s new candidate for Mayor, Kurt Gehlbach, a twenty four year resident and local real estate agent. Sedona AZ – GET READY, GET SET, GO! In a blink of a Sedona eye, candidates for Mayor elected every two years and City Council members scheduled for turnover after four-year terms will be on... 

Eddie Maddock: A few Sedona Secrets

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock discovers a few Sedona secrets. Sedona AZ – With the number of controversial issues seeming to endlessly plague Sedona is there at least one thing upon which we can all agree? Does anyone disagree about it being hot, dry, and the need for rain? If so, there’s little doubt we will hear from you. Likewise, it should be fairly safe to say, we all agree... 

Eddie Maddock: Sedona Progress or Impediment

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock looks at the city of Sedona and Village of Oak Creek impediments to local progress on quality of life issues. Sedona AZ – Admittedly the convenience of modern technology has opened doors our ancestors would never have imagined. Of course, one needn’t go back THAT far – but – has it really been all that long ago when we actually had conversations... 

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,... 

Eddie Maddock: To Rise or Not to Rise

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock tackles Sedona affordability. Sedona AZ – Among Sedona’s ongoing controversies and linked with lack of affordable housing, to rise or not to rise remains near the top of the list – if not THE number one hot topic. While Sedona is special in many ways, a shortage of workforce housing to accommodate local employees is not unique. Frequent articles... 

Eddie Maddock: Puzzlements

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock takes time for puzzlements. Sedona AZ – “My mom washes the dishes before she puts them in the dishwasher. So what does the dishwasher do?” asks the little girl in the TV ad. This brings up a multitude of age old questions beginning, but not ending with, a small child asking his own mother “Where did I come from?” As we commence to... 
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