Some might say it's a sad state of affairs when two dozen teachers, administrators, students, parents and sundry volunteers are needed to make a school presentable, but on Thursday, July...
- Written by Patrick Whitehurst
- Published: January 9th, 2013
If approved for a zone change, a high-profile Sedona building could become the city’s newest restaurant.
While the city of Sedona’s Planning and Zoning Commission didn’t make a formal decision on a zone change for a property on Cook’s Hill between Uptown and West Sedona, it did ask for more information before making a decision. Commissioners met Thursday, Jan. 3, to discuss whether to allow the change.
Property owner Michael Stevenson attended the meeting, along with Sedona restaurant owner Lisa Dahl, who hopes to open a new restaurant at the visible State Route 89A north-side location. The site is surrounded by Coconino National Forest land along State Route 89A near the Rolling Hills subdivision.
For the full story, see the Wednesday, Jan. 9, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.
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