August 25, 2017
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At the December monthly meeting of the Big Park Regional Coordinating Council, the long-anticipated appearance of Marty Aronson, developer of the Sedona Vista Village (on the site of the former Sedona Village Factory Outlets), did not disappoint.
If you want to know what is happening in your Community (the word “Community” for this article means if you live or own property in what is variously called “Big Park”, “Village of Oak Creek”, “VOC” or “Sedona Village”), the best thing to do is attend the monthly meetings of the Big Park Regional Coordinating Council (normally referred to as the “Big Park Council” or just the “Council”).
How did this happen, what’s the vision, mission?
During last month’s Big Park Council meeting, there was a monthly report from the All-American Road Committee (AARC). During a Q & A it became obvious that many people do not know what the AARC is and what it’s does. This month’s column is devoted to shine some light on the AARC and its vision & mission.
Starting this month, The Villager will feature our community’s Big Park Regional Coordinating Council. Our Council is like a grassroots monthly Town Hall that tackles community issues. It’s a place where one’s voice can be heard with a question, a complaint or an idea that may impact the community.