In response to Gary Mialocq’s letter that appeared in the Aug. 1 Villager, I would like everyone to know that he misrepresented me as an officer of the Big Park Council.
I am responding to “New and fresh ideas should always be encouraged" written by Kenneth Dropek, who failed to disclose he is an officer and council member of Big Park Council, and took issue with my using the term “newbie” in my late May response to a letter referring to the old and tired idea to build a bridge across Red Rock Crossing.
Last month I wrote that the County Supervisors hearing for the Hilton Garden Inn rezoning application would be in July. Due to the resignation of one of the Supervisors the meeting for the hearing was postponed until August so that a full panel of five Supervisors would present.
Our President, Gwen Hanna, has just returned from vacation, so it is my privilege to send this month’s message to the Village residents.
I represent Canyon Mesa Townhouse Association. RAM w/170 homes. A lovely complex with 9-hole golf course, swimming pool and tennis courts.
Members of the Rotary Club of Sedona Village recently celebrated the conclusion their first year and installed new officers for the next year.
Northern Arizona Healthcare is currently remodeling its primary care clinic located at the NAH Village of Oak Creek Campus.
Another year whizzed by. It’s anniversary time. Rick and Eloise Baldaufs’ 45th and our 55th called for a special dinner in a special place.
According to Les Belch, 1950s small-town country life in Ohio was a great way to grow up. There were 150 in his graduating class at Lake Township High (a co-op of all the small towns in the area). His grandparents were members of the school’s first graduating class.
My dream of visiting Africa became a reality when my husband and I recently traveled to South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Botswana.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Swan, of Pine Valley, who was recently honored with the “Arizona Transportation Legacy Award” in Tucson.
The 7th annual VOC Community Potluck in the Park is right around the corner. Sunday, Sept. 15, 2:30-6:30 p.m.
For those of us who are truly concerned about the economic future of our Village (ie. property values, tax revenue), we should consider positive change rather than immediately oppose it.
With the opposing votes it seems useful to illuminate the differences of Planning and Zoning panels and the Boards that they advise.
It’s only been two months with this current board composition, but the teamwork and synergy would suggest that we’ve been working together for years instead of months.
The Village Vet Clinic is a "state-of-the-art veterinary clinic that strives to give the most compassionate/sensitive care to both you as well as your animal companion(s).”
How do you turn a building contractor career into a life of creative sculpture, copper art and more? “You don’t doubt yourself -- you just do it,” says Ken Borchardt, smiling as he remembers his Marine Corps tenet. “I had always been interested in art so when I sold my business at age 40, it was a step I wanted to take.”
Meet your Big Park Council Representative Kevin O'Connor
A big congratulations goes to Donna Cantello and Michell Stoor for winning the Oakcreek Country Club’s Women’s Golf Match Play competition.
They asked for condiments, and they got condiments. That was the result of the June 8 Verde Valley Neighborhood Food Project collection in the Village of Oak Creek.
If we appreciate tolerating discomfort and acquire skills to handle it, we gain yet another amazing strength which will help us on our path to fitness, wellbeing, physical and mental strength, and achieving our dreams.
Are you looking for a fun and dynamic opportunity for the children in your life this summer? The educational committee of the Sustainability Alliance was granted seed money by the Sedona Village Rotary Club to provide a summer sustainability day camp to children in our community.
Worldwide, the number of people aged 60 and older is growing. By 2050, this demographic will be more than twice as large as it was in 2015.¹
After close to five hours of comment from the county’s Development Services Department, the applicant’s representative, and community members, the commission voted 10-to-0 to recommend that the county’s Board of Supervisors vote yes on Wednesday, Aug. 21.