Print Leaders, residents voice opposition to college’s 10-year plan
Written by Corwin Gibson   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 10:38

The Yavapai College District Governing Board brought its monthly meeting to Sedona on March 4, at the Sedona Center for Arts and Technology.

The meeting opened with the swearing-in of new board member Albert Filardo, who replaces the outgoing Robert “Bob” Oliphant; Oliphant resigned from the board in January.

The main focus of interest for Sedona residents was a call for public comment, which saw 22 individuals voice their opinions about college issues, with the majority asking for the board to reconsider its 10-year master plan in regard to the Sedona and Verde VallSedona Mayor Rob Adams tells the Yavapai College District Governing Board on March 4, why the Sedona Center for Arts and Technology should not be closed. Kathy Levin spoke against moving the Nursing Program from Clarkdale to Prescott Valley.ey campuses.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, March 12, edition of the Cottonwood Journal Extra.