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The Arizona Department of Transportation didn’t meet a deadline Wednesday, July 16, on its decision regarding lighting and safety on Highway 89A. …
When a dream home turns into a legal nightmare, Arizona law often favors the builder.
Just ask Village of Oak Creek homeowner William Bruderman, who spent $100,000 and more than two years in court fighting to persuade a well-known professional builder to pay for repairs.…

Many commuters in Cottonwood know Ione Hazelton, even though they may not know her name. She is “the walking lady,” and that’s how she likes it.

“I just love to walk and do my errands, but early in the morning before it gets hot,” the 86-year-old said.

Hazelton was born in Philadelphia and “came up” during the Great Depression of the 1930s, along with three brothers. Unfortunately, early in those years, her mother died and so did one of her brothers.…

The Sedona-Oak Creek School District governing board took a stand on safety and lighting on Highway 89A.

At its board meeting Thursday, July 10, the board approved a motion, 4-0, urging the Arizona Department of Transportation and the city to use both short- and long-term options for vehicle and pedestrian safety in a timely manner.…

The Sedona-Oak Creek School District governing board approved a budget that will get teachers and staff more money.

At the Thursday, July 10, meeting the district’s new business manager, Jeff Walker, Ph.D., presented the fiscal year 2008-09 budget for $9,240,018, a 2.4 percent increase from last year.

The board approved to cap the budget, 4-0.…

The Sedona Housing Commission is holding a series of informal meetings through the summer to provide residents with the opportunity to discuss affordable housing strategies and issues. The first meetings were held on Monday, June 16.

The next informal public meeting will be held on Monday, July 21, from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. at Sedona City Hall in the Vultee Room, 106 Roadrunner Drive.…


Before Sedonans find themselves swimming in a sea of wastewater, City Council finally decided  how to dispose of it.

On July 8, council approved a report that recommends the city dispose of its future wastewater by aquifer recharge. Council also agreed to set up a task force to study the issue.

The city has contracted with the Tempe-based engineering firm Burgess & Niple to identify alternatives for off-site disposal of treated wastewater from the city’s Wastewater Reclamation Plant.…

The Sedona City Council will soon be one member short.

Councilman Ramon Gomez recently announced his resignation from council, effective Friday, August 1, after two years on council.

Gomez had two more years left to serve and is disappointed he won’t have the opportunity to finish out his term, he wrote in an e-mail announcing his resignation.…

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