A change in the city’s business-license program, an economic development consultant contract, and a mid-year budget report will all be up for discussion by the Prescott City Council this week.
Seventy years ago, the U.S. formed a series of alliances throughout the world that former U.S. Ambassador Ronald Neumann says have served to prevent another major war.
Preserving Prescott’s small-town “livability” even as more technological jobs are being created: That was the challenge that emerged this week during an economic development discussion at Prescott City Hall.
Improving a ‘mover and shaker’s’ gravesite
For a woman whose name conjures up images of well-tended rose gardens and orderly museum displays, Sharlot Hall’s final resting place is looking decidedly disheveled these days.
In an attempt to “get out of the weeds” of its public-safety pension shortfall, the City of Prescott will ask voters in August to approve paying 0.75-percent more in sales tax.
Offers a ‘glimpse of Hotshots’ lives’
The iconic photo of Granite Mountain Hotshots smiling broadly while in pyramid formation in front of an ancient juniper tree got special treatment recently from a local artist.
State representatives kick off new state committee
Moving forward with a city solution now versus waiting for the state to come up with the solution: The debate over the City of Prescott’s public-safety pension shortfall continued this past week.
Overflowing lakes help augment groundwater
Prescott’s lakes are not the only bodies of water in Arizona that are currently full to the brim.
Watson Woods RV park gets city OK
Watson Woods, Prescott’s high-profile riparian area along Highway 89, is slated to get a new neighbor soon: a 71-unit RV park.
Another of Prescott’s major downtown streets is in line for changes in appearance, functionality and drainage.