There is an online poll again that requires your attention. 

Back in 2015, over 80% of the Sedona|Verde Valley people voiced a loud "No" to the creation of the Sedona Verde Valley Red Rock National Monument composed of approximately 80,000 AC. Over 25 meetings occurred over a 3 month period throughout the Sedona|Verde Valley; the Sedona City Council turned the proposal down.  Only one member,   Angela LaFevre  voted in favor of the Monument, subsequently resigning and proceeding to be instrumental in starting up the Steering Committee of the Coalition for Permanent Protection. This group has continued to move forward, in hopes of getting this monument signed into law prior to the end of Obama's office.  The activities of this Coalition have been held close and mostly non-transparent.   

The rest of the Sedona /Verde Valley people or  public officials have had no knowledge of any changes or comments on their activities ongoing.
This Steering Committee of the Coalition for Permanent Protection of the National Forest in the Sedona Verde Valley Red Rock Area announced  that it has submitted a proposal for national monument designation to the President's Council on Environmental Quality.

Please let your voice be heard by choosing, in the link below, whether you want to see the Sedona Verde Valley National Monument signed into law by the President, at this time.

Please take just a moment of your time to weigh in on this very important issue.  Thank you!