I may be out of the loop here, but has anything been done about whatever poor landscaping caused the Tlaquepaque flood a few months back?
Maybe someone is already working on it, but it seems like a ripe educational opportunity, to have someone (Brad Lancaster??) look at the erosion and the landscaping around the area, and "rework" it, to show how that water can be diverted, slowed, and utilized to create a garden/orchard area.
I haven't actually been to the site to see where the water needs to be diverted or what kind of erosion occurred, but this could be an excellent educational opportunity for homeowners, business owners, Sedona council members, school kids, and citizens!
If anyone knows anything about this, please let us know! Thanks.