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12:03 PM Sat, Sept. 22nd

Prescott Valley council mulls pact with ADOT for multiuse path

PRESCOTT VALLEY - Town government officials have relied on federal money to help pay for multiuse paths, obtaining more than $1.4 million in federal Transportation Enhancement grants - administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation - for phases one to three of the Prescott Valley Pipeline Multiuse Path project.

The project extends about 3 miles from Superstition Drive to Highway 89A.

Town staff has participated through ADOT's Local Government Transportation Enhancement Group to meet the requirements to obtain federal and ADOT approval for designing the project.

At a work-study session 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the library auditorium, 7401 E. Civic Circle, council members will discuss intergovernmental agreements with ADOT and other documents required to obtain reimbursement from the federal government.

The council will not take any action at the meeting.

Also on the agenda are a discussion and presentation regarding revenue refunding bonds from the Municipal Property Corp. and a presentation on Patriot Guard Riders from John Moffitt.