While the code covers a range of topics regarding signs, the most talked about aspect has been that of offpremise temporary signs and what can and can’t be allowed under a Supreme Court ruling.
Questions arise over false complaints
September 29th, 2017
False accusations. Wasting of city resources. Police report filed. Website policy changed. All of which surround a simple variance request.
On Monday, Sept. 25, Rob and Christine Adams appeared before the Sedona Board of Adjustment regarding a newer fence in their front yard, which did not meet city code. But how they ended up there is where things get interesting. 1 of 4 Previous Next In Other News Wildfire season SFD’s busiest Ron Eland September 29th, 2017 This year has proven to be one of the busiest fire seasons on record nationwide.
Crews from the Sedona Fire District have done their part to help battle the millions of acres that have been scorched, especially in the West. During the Sept. 20 SFD Governing Board meeting, Asst. Chief Jeff Piechura discussed the magnitude of the fires and the need for as many fire personnel as available. Sports Stories Scorpions road trip ends in win Daniel Hargis September 28th, 2017 The No. 11-ranked Sedona Red Rock High School volleyball team opened Central Region play on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at Paradise Honors High School, winning 3-1 [24-26, 25-21, 25-21, 25-21].
The Scorpions [8-1 in power-point matches, 2-0 Central Region] play in one of the tougher regions in Conference 2A, with two opponents ranked in the top 10, as of Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s rankings.
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