By Robert Sterry | Red Rock News
The city of Sedona’s Planning and Zoning Commission approved a contested subdivision in West Sedona by a 4-1 vote on Oct. 18, despite concerns over safety, code variations and short-term rental use.
Commissioner George Braam voted against.
The Refuge at Sedona subdivision, proposed for 165 Golden Eagle Drive in West Sedona, passed its preliminary plat approval in a Planning and Zoning Commission hearing.
The Refuge will feature 11 home sites on 6.5 acres, giving it a density of approximately 1.7 units per acre. The lots are not yet for sale.
Planning & Zoning approved the plan after hearing concerns from commissioners and residents about only having a single entry and exit, one that is a narrow roadway with no sidewalks.