Supervisors appoint Williams to lead Development Services
Boris brought a roomful of “ah’s” to the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting Dec. 6.
Report on roadway between Williamson Valley, Chino Valley ‘possibly flawed’
It’s true – a number of organizations and entities support the plan for the Northern Connector roadway along Center Street, Brenda Trail and Nancy Drive, that would link Highway 89 in Chino Valley and Williamson Valley Road.
Alta Vista gives $5K to help horse rescue ranch in Chino Valley
The unveiling of a life-sized trophy horse at Alta Vista brought oohs and ahs from the residents and guests attending the event on a chilly morning Nov. 28. The 7.5-ft. statue stands at a permanent trot at the entrance to the independent and assisted living facility at 916 Canterbury Lane, Prescott.
Other matters include chair, vice chair appointment for 2018, Yavapai Humane Society
Those interested in hearing how the Arizona Game and Fish Department works, or about the attendance and success of the 2017 Yavapai County Fair, may want to stop in at the 9 a.m. Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
School board to decide on repairing, or replacement
After nine years, the artificial grass is thinning, rather like areas of pink scalp showing through a star athlete’s once lush head of hair.
Planned improvements were part of the bankruptcy settlement
A bill working its way through Congress could impact a planned parking lot for the Prescott Valley Event Center.
Residents report sightings in Mountain Club, not bothered by animals
Mountain lion sightings in The Mountain Club on the west side of Prescott are not all that uncommon.
Board meets in Cottonwood Wednesday
Meeting in Cottonwood Wednesday, Nov. 15, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors is looking to approve funding for study and a recreation plan, and to recruit and appoint a new Flood Control District director.
Recognized for their service
Staff and other residents at Highgate Senior Living facility honored 22 veterans Friday, Nov. 10, in partnership with Kindred Hospice.
No need to establish primary use first
People wanting to use steel containers to store personal items or construction materials on their property no longer need to obtain primary use (a dwelling) first through Yavapai County Development Services Department.