"It’s clear that we must move toward renewable energy production to keep our state economy sustainable,” said Sedona Mayor Sandy Moriarty. “With the Build Back Better Act, we can bring stable, well-paying jobs to Arizona and deliver on environmental justice by directly benefiting our rural communities with crucial investments in clean energy.”
Attributed to Mayor Moriarty in the Arizona Capitol Times
Listen to a brief message from City of Sedona Mayor Sandy Moriarty about Earth Day 2022. She shares some of the environmental sustainability work the City has done over the last year and encourages residents to take action in their own lives.
City Manager Karen Osborn presents an update of city projects and activities during FY 2021-22
Hear local mayors talk about how their city is celebrating Earth Day 2022, including Mayor of Tucson Regina Romero, Mayor of Peoria Cathy Carlat, Mayor of Flagstaff Paul Deasy, Mayor of Sedona Sandy Moriarty, Mayor of Mesa John Giles, Mayor of Tempe Corey Woods, Mayor of Phoenix Kate Gallego, Mayor of Oro Valley Joe Winfield, Mayor of Litchfield Park Thomas Schoaf, Mayor of Apache Junction Chip Wilson, Chairman Bill Gates from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, Mayor of El Mirage Alexis Hermosillo, Mayor of Fountain Hills Ginny Dickey, Councilmember Julia Wheatley of Queen Creek, and Mayor of Scottsdale David Ortega._