Sedona AZ News — Sedona City Council Vice-Mayor Scott Jablow has won the November 8 mayoral election.
The following is his statement to the community.
I am humbled and grateful for the confidence you have shown in me. The election and voter turnout demonstrates the dedication of our community. Thank you to all who participated.
As Mayor, I will work to address our challenges and find solutions to the issues before us. I will be an advocate for our community with our state and federal government partners, and I will build on our regional relationships.
I am also grateful for the work of Mayor Moriarty and the outgoing city council members. I look forward to working with the new council. I am confident that by working together with our community that we will make great progress in the years ahead.
Thank you to the great team of supporters that helped me in the campaign. No one can do this alone. Their belief in me and their commitment to our community has both taught and inspired me.
I will work hard to justify the trust that has been placed in me. Thank you, Sedona.
Mayor-elect Scott Jablow
GREAT SCOTT… !! GOOD NEWS..
What a Tragedy for many, many Residents of Sedona who watched Scott contribute to the mess Sedona is in right now with STR’s and being obsessed with the Climate Action Plan. We will hold you and the City Council’s feet to the fire moving forward.
Joetta Winter, I’m sorry I missed the platform your candidate presented to do anything about STRs. She had many opportunities to show her platform and yet….. crickets. Your candidate offered nothing but you took potshots at Jablow who gave several examples of things that he has done to make a difference.
Your candidate held an “outreach” meeting at the Creative Life Center to discuss OHVs that was really just a political rally, did she even once offer her solutions to the city council? other residents? County Officials? anyone??? How about holding your candidate’s feet to the fire to answer ANY questions?
Talk about a sore loser, our community has spoken and said a lot more than your candidate ever did.
The only thing that your candidate did was enrich the Red Rock Snooze while they’re in a tailspin in an obsolete industry. They have now lost any credibility that they had left.
the City did not pass sb 1350 the state did. Scott and the city Council I primarily worked on infrastructure projects the last six years. The pandemic brought people to Sedona it’s now slowing down, don’t blame Scott for Sedona being a tourist town.
For the life of me, how does anyone blame Sedona for anything Air B&B? You do know that our dominant Red politicians in Phoenix pushed this and signed by the governor?
Let you learn a thing or two, only 4 cities in all of Arizona DIDNT allow STR. One being Sedona!
Its very disingenuous to spin or look at it any other way! Its consists of 7 members, each having one vote. So you blame Scott? I would hate to see how you view other big problems in our city and state?
So happy you won!
Sedona needs concrete solutions, not woo woo, misc hot air, attacks, blame, and random talking points.
It’s so easy to point out what’s wrong but it’s very hard to fix It.