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Some Sedona Residents Have Pulled A Petition Against The City’s “Safe Place To Park” Ordinance

Residents of Sedona have started to collect signatures to force a referendum over the city council’s recent decision to set up a parking area so people who have to live in the vehicles, have a place to go.  The “Safe Place To Park” program permits full-time workers, who are employed within the city limits, to sleep in their vehicles in the parking lot of the Sedona Cultural Park. The ordinance change was approved by the council Tuesday.  Those opposed are primarily against the location at the park.  They need to collect 579 valid signatures from registered voters in Coconino and Yavapai counties before April 11th to force a public vote.  City officials say money won’t be spent on the ordinance until a decision is made on the referendum



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