As a Board member of one of the largest homeowners association in the VOC, and often as the voice that represents our Board of Directors, it’s challenging to find the right balance in communicating to the community, in terms of the method, content, and frequency.
The Village of Oakcreek Association (VOCA) announces that applications are being accepted for the Board of Directors ballot.
In an effort to answer Villagers’ calls for more transparency in the real estate development process, The Collective Sedona has been hosting a series of community meetings dubbed “P.A.D. Amendment Workshops."
Lisowski: I represent the Village of Oak Creek Association. VOCA is the largest H.O,A. in Big Park.
As all who live here implicitly know, Big Park is a true community. While not being an incorporated area establishing its own planning, zoning and other policies, the large majority of Big Park’s residents and businesses function from properties covered by a “contract” that defines how the property will be used.
We’re happy to announce that the façade renovation of the Sedona Vista Village retail area is just about complete. New stucco, new rusted steel architectural highlights and new earth tone colors should all be in place within weeks.
Loretta Benore, our favorite local historian, passed away unexpectedly but peacefully at her Village home on December 21, 2018 with her husband of 57 years, David, nearby.
Here’s where you’ll learn about the early days of the Village of Oak Creek/Big Park (why the two names?) and all about the reconstruction of SR-179 (our Main Street) and much more. Each month we’re featuring a different Village story from Loretta Benore’s wonderful 2016 book, “History, Hilarity and Heartbreak.” These stories were part of Loretta’s popular column in The Villager called “Days of Yore” that ran in the early 2000’s. The stories have been updated, expanded & compiled for this book and The Villager will be exclusively excerpting some of them.
Congratulations to Crystal Hoyle on becoming our new President. Best wishes to Rebecca Miller who took a corporate position with Edward Jones; we all wish you luck in your future endeavors.
Generous individual donors throughout Cottonwood, Sedona, and the Village of Oak Creek made the holidays a little brighter for local residents by contributing 12,220 pounds of non-perishable food items at the Verde Valley Neighborhood Food Project’s December collections, the group reports.