Dist. 3 Yavapai County Supervisor Randy Garrison held a Town Hall meeting for the Big Park/Village of Oak Creek Community Oct. 11 and it was packed. Most were there to hear more about the rumors about an alternate route from the Village to Sedona being explored
In the Oct. 1 issue of The Villager, David Gill, on behalf of the Big Park Education Exploratory Committee, advocated that the Sedona-Oak Creek School District lease the Big Park School to a charter school organization.
Regarding the “Locals Bridge” at Red Rock Crossing. I think that would be a great idea. It would be easy to monitor with the same technology that “easy pass” uses. Locals that want to use it would pay an annual fee to help maintain the system.
I have avidly followed the continuing (vociferous) debate regarding the VOC residents and the horrific increase in tourist traffic which negatively impacts the lifestyle and safety of the VOC residents.
In the Oct. 1 edition of The Villager, Bill Chameides was attacked and misrepresented, unfairly in my opinion. Ms Lovitt called some of his comments, about new roads increasing traffic, “unfounded and absurd."
I am writing as a very concerned homeowner along the Verde Valley School Road corridor in the Village of Oak Creek. My wife and I moved to VOC due to its small-town atmosphere, close proximity of needed commercial enterprises and lack of vehicle congestion.
Reference Letter entitled: Every possible option to solve traffic woes deserves consideration: I would like to express my agreement with Ms. Ruthmary Lovitt.
The Village of Oak Creek/Big Park is an unincorporated city/town in Yavapai County so its governing authority is the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors. And since this area is part of District 3, the County Supervisor is Randy Garrison.
It takes a village to run VOCA and many are involved. The collective effort of this team makes us the Village of Oakcreek Association.
Swan: I represent the Pine Valley Property Owners Association (PPVOA) which is a RAM. PPVOA formed as a result of the Pine Valley property owners dissolving the HOA. Membership is voluntary and currently stands at 58 households.