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Jordan Reece/Larson NewspapersIt was standing room only at the Sedona Public Library.


More than 150 residents packed the library’s meeting room on Thursday, July 18, to share their concerns and comments with the Sedona City Council regarding arts and cultural issues within the community.


Mayor Rob Adams opened the meeting by saying the city is listening to the artists and musicians and wants to continue working with them in order to achieve a positive outcome.


City Manager Tim Ernster gave an update on the city’s commissions, which are set to disband on Thursday, order xanax Aug. 1. Currently each commission, which includes one dedicated to arts and culture, is comprised of seven members who serve three-year terms.


Ernster said the city wants to modify the current commission format in order to broaden resident participation. Instead of a three-year term, each commission would be brought together to focus on a specific issue, before disbanding after a few months. These new commissions will focus on the areas of arts and culture, parks and public spaces, budget and finance policies, parks and recreation, historical preservation, housing and sustainability ....

For the full story, see the Wednesday, July 24, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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