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The Here and The Now in Year 2013

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock shares a series of emails with the City of Sedona Attorney and its Assistant Public Works Director and City Engineer Sedona AZ (October 1, 2013) – You will find no history contained in what is being presented here (unless, of course, anyone out there is able to connect the theory that history repeats.)  What is offered is a direct e-mail exchange with... 

The Power of Cooperative Efforts

SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock, reminds Sedona residents and City Council of days gone by when cooperative efforts served the Sedona community best Sedona AZ (September 20, 2013) – In mid 1984, Sedona Broken Arrow Vista residents, with the late John Crandall as Trustee, collectively made installation of a desperately needed fire hydrant at Morgan Road and Cypress Drive a reality.  Spearheaded... 

Eye on Sedona Memorialized with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock Sedona AZ (May 22, 2013) – Sedona’s fabulous sunset for the month of May 2013 will take its final bow in just a few short days. As we turn a calendar page to a new month, will it be viewed with anticipation of happy events or the pervasive doom and gloom that is so prevalent in ongoing daily news sensationalism? So rarely is anything pleasant headlined... 

Sedona Peace and Harmony Lip Service

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye columnist Sedona AZ (April 4, 2012) – With the dust pretty well settled after the most recent City Council election and the snow now melted after much needed precipitation, what next will be in store for Sedona? Of course the highly contentious recall election of three members of the Fire District Board is still brewing, but after that decision is made, will we all... 

Beware of False Information

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye columnist Sedona AZ (February 22, 2012) – SedonaEye.com columnist, Eddie S. Maddock, asks and answers the following of Proposition 420 voters in an attempt to clarify misinformation: WILL PEOPLE EVER CHECK FACTS PRIOR TO SPREADING RUMORS? IF HOME RULE IS REJECTED BY THE VOTERS, ANY EXCESS MONEY WILL BE HELD IN THE CITY’S RESERVES. HOW MUCH CLEARER CAN THAT... 

Arizona’s Transportation History

The Arizona Department of Transportation takes a look back on the state’s history of transportation with a new report from the ADOT Research Center, titled Arizona’s Transportation History. The publication divides the timeline of our highway system into several distinct periods, dating all the way back to the 1400s to the present day. Read Arizona’s Transportation History in its entirety... 

The Will of the People, Be Damned Part Two

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye columnist The Second in the Series, The Will of the People Be Damned, by Sedona Eye columnist Eddie S. Maddock looks at the incorporation of Sedona and subsequent efforts to manage its development.   The deciding election for whether or not Sedona was to incorporate occurred in the fall of 1987. When the final votes had been counted in early December, the decision... 

The Will of the People, Be Damned

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye columnist Sedona AZ (January 23, 2012) – “. . . and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth” as spoken by Abraham Lincoln during his Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863. As we look at our great nation and smaller communities so many, many years later, was this not intended to apply to future generations? Let... 

In A Manner of Preaching

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye Columnist If the title causes a few eyebrows to rise, then it served its purpose. As the conclusion of another very difficult year rapidly approaches, it brings to my mind that even the utmost unique situations, not only globally but within our own little incorporated City of Sedona, are surmountable. When tempers and fury rage, frequently, logic seems to prefer to go on... 
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