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The new club swimming season is underway, and one local team is off to a good start.
The Verde Valley High Performance swim team competed at the Welcome to Fall meet at Moon Valley Country Club in Phoenix, turning in a good performance.
Football, volleyball, basketball or track and field; those are the sports most think of when it comes to prep athletics. In Sedona there is one other that many may not have heard of.
In its fifth year, the Sedona School Mountain Biking Club has grown to eight members, the largest it has ever been. Given the sport’s popularity in the area, its existence should not come as a much of a surprise.
Few would argue that the lack of affordable housing to rent in Sedona is becoming more of a problem with every passing month.
High rental costs, more long-term rentals becoming short-term and the fact that only 4 percent of Sedona’s housing are apartments has city officials — as well as many business owners — concerned.
On Tuesday, Sept. 19, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission addressed this issue in two ways, both through requested major amendments to the Sedona Community Plan.
Many said it was the longest city meeting they could remember in many years.
The Tuesday, Sept. 19, Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission meeting ended just before 9 p.m. — five and a half hours after it started. The topic: Requests for four major community plan amendments, which by law can only be addressed once a year. Still, it’s rare to have four requests on the table at once.
At a joint school district governing boards meeting Sept. 13, superintendents and governing board members of the seven Verde Valley school districts round-table interviewed eight candidates for state superintendent of public instruction.
Sedona Red Rock High School hosted the event in its cafeteria, with Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter facilitating.
In the most contested race of the upcoming elections in November 2018, eight candidates are vying to replace Republican Diane Douglas, who has yet to announce whether she will run for reelection as state superintendent of public instruction.