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With poll results counted just after 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11, Sedona voters passed the Sedona Coommunity Plan.

city-of-sedona-color-logoWith 2,422 ballots responding, 1,423 voters approved the new community plan and 923 voted in opposition. The plan passed 61.89 percent to 38.11 percent.

Voter turnout in the mail-in election was 37.3 percent.

For the full story, please see the Friday, March 14, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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  • John Warren Oakes

    So encouraged that an arts museum is included in this Sedona 2020 Community Plan voters approved this week. The Sedona Art Museum is ready to go to work! Thanks Sedona!

  • John Warren Oakes

    So glad that voters approved the Sedona 2020 Community Plan including an arts museum. The Sedona Art Museum is ready to go to work. Thanks Sedona!

  • John Warren Oakes

    So glad that voters approved the Sedona 2020 Community Plan including an arts museum. This is very encouraging. The Sedona Art Museum is ready to go to work. Thanks Sedona.

  • Robert Arnone

    We have been a tax-paying part-time resident in Sedona for 12 years. We attended the presentation and provided input, however, we were not permitted to vote. The plan doesn't spend money...it's a progress plan for the future. We can't vote for budgets and politicians because we are not full-time residents. This fact should not preclude us from voting on the future development plan for our second home. We are glad it passed but sad more citizens were not permitted to vote.

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