Originally Published: November 17, 2007 9:06 p.m.
The new driver-training track adjacent to the county fairgrounds in Prescott Valley is the main action item on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors' agenda Monday.
The supervisors' agenda includes only two action items, both related to the Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy track currently under construction.
Capital Improvement Coordinator Jim Holst is asking the board to authorize a $136,949 transfer from the Capital Improvements Fund to the NARTA Track Fund to pay for sub-grade leveling on seven acres the county owns that is not part of the training track.
Holst is recommending the board award a $417,480.64 contract to Asphalt Paving and Supply Inc. to pave the NARTA track.
County Administrator Julie Ayers said the supervisors would receive an update on the county's home-based work sites. She said human resources director Alan Vigneron would report on the number of employees working from home and employee productivity.
The board will meet in the supervisors' hearing room at the Administrative Services Verde Valley Complex located at 10 S. Sixth St. in Cottonwood.
The meeting is open to the public.