Tag Archives: Sedona City Council

Fultz, Furman, Thompson Interview – Podcast March 7, 2022

Identifying And Addressing The Issues Facing Sedona. Steve Williamson welcomes three candidates for Sedona City Council: Brian Fultz, Pete Furman, and incumbent John (JT) Thompson. Steve leads the candidates in a wide-ranging discussion that addresses many of the most important … Continue reading

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Kinsella Interview – Podcast February 21, 2022

On Becoming A Candidate For Public Office. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Sedona City Councilor Kathy Kinsella to discuss how to become a candidate for public office and run a successful campaign. Before moving to Arizona, Kinsella was elected … Continue reading

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Ploog, Williamson Interview – Podcast May 10, 2021

Cities In Chains. Democratic Perspective co-host, Steve Williamson welcomes Sedona City Council Members, Holli Ploog and Jessica Williamson, to discuss the Arizona legislature’s attack on the ability of cities to control themselves. As an example, Ploog notes that the Arizona … Continue reading

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Kinsella, Ploog, Segner Interview – Podcast November 30, 2020

Planning Sedona’s Future. The Democratic Perspective co-hosts welcome new Sedona City Council members, Holli Ploog and Kathy Kinsella, along with Steve Segner, owner of El Portal and chair of the Sedona Lodging Council. Navigating through the problems of conducting remote … Continue reading

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Indivisible Sedona: Focus on Climate Change — Podcast September 25, 2017

This Is America: When Elected Representatives Refuse To Do What Needs To Be Done, Citizens Have Other Options. Democratic Perspective talks to three representatives of Indivisible Sedona, Peggy Chaikin, Pam Drake, and Frankie Riemer, about local efforts to raise awareness of the … Continue reading

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Peggy Chaikin Interview — Podcast August 31, 2015

The Sedona Verde Valley Red Rock National Monument Proposal: Everything You Need to Know about Land Trades, Amendment 12, and the Protection of Sedona’s Public Lands. Democratic Perspective talks to Peggy Chaikin, volunteer at  Keep Sedona Beautiful and Secretary of Friends of … Continue reading

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Sedona City Council Candidates, 2014 — Podcast August 21, 2014

More Local Election Coverage: Democratic Perspective Interviews Sedona City Council Candidates. Continuing our local election coverage from last week, Democratic Perspective’s Steve Williamson welcomes four candidates for the Sedona City Council: Tom Lamkin, Angela LeFevre, Robert O’Donnell, and Jon J.T. Thompson. Find out who they are, why they’re running, … Continue reading

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Sedona Mayoral Candidates, 2014 — Podcast August 11, 2014

Election Time Again: Democratic Perspective Interviews Our Mayoral Candidates. As in every election year since we began broadcasting, Democratic Perspective invites candidates for our local and state offices to appear on our show to present themselves to our listeners. This Monday we interview the candidates for Sedona … Continue reading

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The Yavapai College 10-Year Plan, Part II: Fixing What’s Broken — Podcast February 10, 2014

The Yavapai College 10-Year Plan: Robbing Peter To Pay Paul? Democratic Perspective‘s Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson are joined once again by Robert Oliphant, ex-Board Member of Yavapai College for Yavapai County District 3, and Ruth Wicks, retired school and college counselor, … Continue reading

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The Yavapai College 10-Year Plan: A Question of Fairness — Podcast February 3, 2014

The Yavapai College 10-Year Plan: Is the Verde Valley Getting its Money’s Worth? Democratic Perspective‘s Mike Cosentino and  Steve Williamson are joined by Robert Oliphant, ex-Board Member of Yavapai College for Yavapai County District 3, Ruth Wicks, retired school and college counselor, … Continue reading

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