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Prescott: Council OKs more than $1 million in budget cuts, adjustments

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier, file<br>
Handwritten signs hang in the window and on the door of Prescott Fire Department's Station 3, located at the Prescott Airport, notifying the public that the station was closed for a day in early October – a temporary brown-out, cost-cutting measure. Budget cuts that the City of Prescott, approved by the City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 10, will see impacts across all departments including fire and police.

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier, file<br> Handwritten signs hang in the window and on the door of Prescott Fire Department's Station 3, located at the Prescott Airport, notifying the public that the station was closed for a day in early October – a temporary brown-out, cost-cutting measure. Budget cuts that the City of Prescott, approved by the City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 10, will see impacts across all departments including fire and police.

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