A $17.9 million bond measure proposed by the Sedona Fire District will be discussed in an open forum on Wednesday, Oct. 18 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Christ Lutheran Church.
In the event of a major traffic accident, crime scene, severe weather or flooded street, the city of Sedona has been limited in its ability to notify citizens of the goings-on in a timely manner.
That will now change. During the Tuesday, Oct. 10, Sedona City Council meeting a new public safety and communication system was discussed.
Sedona Red Rock High School’s swim team hosted another quad meet, this time against Tempe Preparatory Academy, Scottsdale Christian Academy and BASIS Flagstaff at the Sedona Community Pool on Thursday, Oct. 12.
While the Scorpions had struggled in past competitions against two or more opponents, this time around they got the combined score victory with 275.5 points, 26 more than runner up Temp Prep.
The boys took first overall with 156 points to Tempe Prep’s 144. The girls took second to BASIS, 127 to 119.5.
Housing density, hard cider, an apartment complex and a parking lot were once again the topics at hand being discussed by city officials. This time it was the Sedona City Council’s turn to discuss the four proposed Major Community Plan Amendments during its Oct. 11 meeting.
This meeting was for discussion only but council will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, Oct. 25, at which time a vote is expected to be made. Public comments will be taken at that meeting.
Pumpkins and prizes and pool! Oh, my!
The Sedona Parks and Recreation’s Pumpkin Splash has become one of the most popular fall events, drawing hundreds of kids and their parents. Organizers said this year should be no exception as kids will hit the community pool from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 22.