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Sedona Uptown Road Construction Progress Report

Article submitted by the city of Sedona. Sedona AZ – The Sedona Uptown project remains on schedule and on budget. Heavy work is expected to be completed by spring 2020, and the entire project finished in summer 2020. Recent work: – Substantial completion of the Jordan Road roundabout and start of work on the Schnebly Road roundabout. – Work on the northwest corner pedestrian... 

Sedona Uptown Construction Delays and Closures

Article submitted by the city of Sedona. Sedona AZ – Traffic improvement construction work in two areas of Uptown will result in closures and likely traffic delays in the coming weeks. This work is part of the Sedona in Motion Uptown Roadway Improvements project. Starting October 22 and lasting until approximately December 22, 2019, single lane traffic control will begin at the northern end of Uptown,... 

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... 

Traffic and Pedestrian Alert: Uptown Sedona Construction Update

Sedona AZ – The first major Sedona in Motion construction project begins in Uptown Sedona on Monday, June 3, 2019. The work will last 9-12 months. The contractor expects to maintain two-way traffic on SR89A throughout the project. The Jordan Road intersection will be closed to through traffic at State Route 89A during construction hours: Northbound motorists are asked to follow the marked detour... 

Soldiers Pass Road Hazards Still Ignored as City Caters to Tourists

Sedona AZ – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: My first published letter (SedonaEye.com/Sedona-city-manager-ignoring-parking-hazard/) submitted about Soldiers Pass needs some clarification. This roadway is unsafe as the last message explained – and as has been testified to by intelligent commentary – and especially in detailed experiences reported by residents... 

Eddie Maddock: Feasible and Sustainable Sedona Matters

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock looks at Sedona’s year ahead in the light of its problematic past. Sedona AZ – Welcome to Sedona Arizona 2019. Has our Golden Goose been cooked? Is there anyone visiting Sedona or living here for that matter, let’s say since Thanksgiving 2018, who isn’’t convinced there is a huge traffic problem? As the situation grows worse on a daily... 

Sedona Park Ranger Showalter to leave volunteer position

Sedona AZ (December 17, 2018) – After almost eleven years, Jerry Showalter will depart the Sedona Volunteer Park Rangers on December 31 of this year. Bob Huggins, program manager for the rangers, says Showalter’s contributions have been significant. “Jerry was been with us since almost the beginning of the program and has been a real leader and example for others to follow. He will... 

Sedona Traffic Problems Caused by Chamber and City Council

Sedona AZ (June 26, 2018) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: The 7/20/18 Red Rock News editorial by Christopher Fox Graham is headlined by “Council, don’t listen to squeaky wheel NIMBYs.” Sounds good doesn’t it? And it strikes home into the willing skeptics among us. But, as a good solution to our traffic problems, it is just about a zero. Graham... 

Eye on Sedona with Councilor Scott Jablow

Article submitted by City of Sedona AZ Sedona AZ (March 15, 2018) – Traffic has probably been the #1 hot topic over the course of the last several years, and certainly during the last city election cycle. The need to actually “do something” to address Sedona’s traffic issues was one of the primary reasons I and my fellow city councilors were elected. There is no quick fix or silver bullet,... 
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