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We are pleased to announce that after a 5-month hiatus, the Big Park Community Coordinating Council will convene a Regular meeting in August – via Zoom.
The Big Park Council has encountered complicated questions as to how to effectively operate in this landscape of restrictions and uncertainty.
Each day our Big Park Community Coordinating Council receives an update from Supervisor Randy Garrison’s office that includes daily update on COVID data for Yavapai County, information on new resources, and guidance for keeping our communities safe. We’ve been sharing via email items that
The Big Park Community Coordinating Council will follow recommendations from Yavapai County with respect to meetings.
Famous words from The Music Man, “You gotta know the territory." With that in mind, my first action as leader for the Big Park Community Coordinating Council was reaching out to each of the 26 council representatives for a “coffee chat."
The January meeting of the BPRCC was, by all accounts, pleasantly productive.
Our first meeting of the year will be Jan. 9, and is officially our annual meeting. Newly elected officers will assume their roles as we kick off what we expect to be a very productive year.
I’m relatively new to the Sedona area. We moved here from Thousand Oaks, CA in October 2015. After completing some renovations on our home in Pine Valley (off Jacks Canyon Road), we got involved in our HOA and took an interest in community issues in the VOC and Sedona. Last Dec I joined the BPRCC board as secretary.