County official says there is no short-term fix
Flooding from this year’s monsoon season has affected a number of people in the areas impacted by the Goodwin Fire, including Eugene Stiles who said the water came underneath his house near Big Bug Creek.
More communities sign up for celebration
On National Night Out, the Town of Prescott Valley plans to participate in a program that has grown proportionally all over the world, said Prescott Valley Police Department Crime Prevention Officer Traces Gordon, remarking there are celebrations all over the United States, Spain, Cuba, Guantanamo Bay and Guam.
In the fall of 2009, Prescott Valley resident Colton Underwood said a family friend in the Pinetop Game and Fish Department brought up the Scholastic Clay Target Program, a program sponsored by the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation allowing students to participate in trap, skeet and sporting clay shooting.
Plans include leasing, easement, dedication purchasing, condemnation
While the Town of Dewey-Humboldt is not able to spend public money on private roads, the town is not without tools to obtain sufficient rights over the roadways that would allow for maintenance as well as avoid problems concerning the state constitution’s gift clause, said Dewey-Humboldt Town Attorney Susan Goodwin at a Town Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 18.
Police chief asks residents to consider motivations
Prescott Valley Police Chief Bryan Jarrell urged everyone to consider the motives of those on both sides of the alarm ordinances argument at a town hall meeting on Tuesday, July 18 and repeated his supplication at the Prescott Valley Town Council Work Study Session on Thursday, July 20.
Vendors sell unique, one of a kind items
While there’s more vendors than ever this year at the 14th annual Prescott Gem & Mineral Club Show & Sale, the show will continue to have the same level and variety that attendees have come to expect, said Co-Chair Maggi Lieber.
The Prescott Valley Town Council unanimously approved to adopt Resolution 2008 at its special town council meeting Thursday night.
Opinions on interim manager, recruiters differ
Following the resignation of Town Manager Yvonne Kimball, the Dewey-Humboldt Town Council was divided and unable to make a decision regarding an interim town manager as well as whether or not to negotiate a contract with a recruiting firm or qualified individual to search for a permanent town manager at its special meeting on Tuesday, July 11.
Would create unit to address special concerns
The Prescott Valley Town Council unanimously approved the submittal of an application for a United States Department of Justice grant at its meeting on Thursday, July 13.
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council started the process of looking at the town’s road policy at a Town Council Special Session on Tuesday, July 11.