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Eye on Sedona with Mayor Sandy Moriarty

In spring of 2014, transit bus shelters were erected but the Verde Lynx system has been unable to attract consultant’s forecasted ridership for its Cottonwood – Sedona – round trip or one way routes. The Verde Lynx system also connects the Yavapai-Apache Reservation and honors its transit system tickets. Sedona AZ – This SedonaEye.com article was submitted by the city of Sedona... 

Eye on Sedona with Vice Mayor Martinez

Sedona AZ (December 26, 2018) – The following article was submitted by the city of Sedona and written by Vice Mayor John Martinez: See Something, Say something Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Before I begin my City Talk article about something that I am deeply passionate about, I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and wishing a fruitful New Year to all. This month’s article... 

Eddie Maddock: Cheers for Sedona’s Best

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock on today in Sedona. Sedona AZ (June 16, 2018) – At some point during our lives, Rah! Rah! Sis Boom Bah! is a cheer most of us are able to relate to. With Federal, State, County and City elections on the 2018 horizon, perhaps it’s time to break out the drum roll and resurrect the well known phrase to cheer for the candidates of our choice. We are... 

Eddie Maddock: History in Headlines

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock with a Sedona History in Headlines review. Sedona AZ (June 25, 2017) – How much of a story can accurately be conveyed with a few simple words at the beginning of an article? That, of course, is subjective and best ascertained by those reading the information and forming individual opinions which might thusly be considered as an invitation to objectivity,... 

Sedona Verde Valley Red Rock National Monument Proponents Mislead Public

SedonaEye.com financial columnist J. Rick Normand Sedona AZ (September 1, 2015) – Keep Sedona Beautiful, the Sierra Club, the Monument Workgroup, Tom O’Halleran, U.S. Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, Sedona’s last Mayor, a former Councilor now running for our School Board, Sedonadotbiz, and the current City Council proponents of the Sedona-Verde Valley Red Rock National Monument (“SVVRRNM”)... 

Eddie Maddock on Campaign Cover Ups

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (August 13, 2014) – Just how bad and nasty will this election get? Keep in mind the beauty of our surroundings, and yet the potential for implosion perhaps has never been more intense. We have at least one candidate running for City Council who opted to jeopardize support from legitimate voters by verbally assailing them due to disagreement on a... 

Former Sedona Police Chief Addresses City

Sedona AZ (July 13, 2011) – The following testimony was presented to the Sedona City Council during its regularly scheduled meeting at City Hall on July 12, 2011: From: Joe Vernier To: Mayor, Councilors, and City Staff, I would like to share the following about the nighttime pedestrian fatalities that occurred on 89A from 2000 to 2006. This is what I would have expanded on at the June 28th Council... 

J. Rick Normand Response to query on City Capital to General Fund Transfer

J. Rick Normand Sedona AZ (February 15, 2010) – In a guest opinion, J. Rick Normand responds to a query on City of Sedona Capital to General Fund transfer: Hi Barbara, I know transferring that $864,000 of tax revenues allocated to the Wastewater Enterprise Fund to the General Fund appears to most people to be, as you said, “Like taking from my 401K to shore up my checking account. I see... 

Weak or Strong Mayor

Tommy Acosta, Sedona Times Publishing guest writer Sedona AZ (December 20, 2008) – There’s a lot of talk going on whether a strong or weak mayor is the best form of local government, especially for Sedona. Unfortunately, these opinions don’t quite grasp the reality of political science or what constitutes a weak or strong mayor. It is not about whether the mayor has executive powers or not. It... 
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