Sedona City Council agreed to pay part of the costs for a neighborhood undergrounding project under an agreement that expired in November 2006. On Feb. 13, council unanimously approved a maximum of $19,073 for a project on Dry Creek Road that?s been in the works for over two years.
A thief in the night using heavy equipment stole eight giant bronze sculptures, each weighing more than 1,000 pounds with a total value of nearly $400,000, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff?s Office.
The Uptown Enhancement Project is finally done, but not quite. ?By the end of this week, we?re going to be 99 percent done except for the fog seal and striping,? Cullen Hollister said. Hollister is the city of Sedona?s assistant engineer and Uptown Enhancement Project manager.
Off-track betting is not popular in the Verde Valley, according to the owner of Zoomer’s, a Cottonwood bar where the service is offered.
“If there is a demand for off-track betting, it would be packed,”
Zoomer’s owner Zane Simmons
Council voted 5-2 at its meeting Jan. 9 to start using herbicides again after a 120-day trial period during which the city didn’t use them for weed control .
Friday, Dec. 22, marked the final day Tiffany Construction crews worked on Sedona’s main route as part of the Uptown Enhancement Project.