The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors have welcomed veterans to its Monday morning meeting to be recognized and hear Chairman Craig Brown read a Veteran's Day proclamation.
The meeting begins at 9 a.m. with four presentations - an update on the Lions Coalition of Yavapai County's Mobile Eye Van; certificates of appreciation to Sanford and Terry Cohen, and to Jason Zinzilieta; and an update on Yavapai College from Dr. Penny Wills - a 33-item consent agenda, and possible acceptance of donated property, before the recognition of veterans.
Following the reading of the proclamation are agenda items that include a possible approval of a resolution for a health and dental discount program for residents in Yavapai County through the National Association of Counties (NACo). County residents can request and obtain a NACo health and dental program membership card for discounts on medical, dental and vision services.
Supervisors will hear two proposed road name changes - one in Mayer, one in Prescott Valley - and hear a request for improvements on a Cottonwood building used by the Adult Probation Department. During a study session, Director of Human Resources and Risk Management Wendy Ross will give supervisors an overview of county volunteers and temporary employees.
The meeting takes place at the Yavapai County Administrative Services Building, 1015 Fair Street, Prescott.
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