RE: Prescott City Council DRAFT water policy changes Recently I visited the city’s website to read the proposed new water policies, citizen questions, and the city’s responses.
Kudos to Rep. Noel Campbell and Daily Courier Editorial Staff for promoting and supporting additional fuel tax revenues for Arizona roads and highway building and maintenance.
If you attended the Wings Out West airshow this past Saturday you experienced a real treat. I did not — went to work on the Sunday edition; however, I was amazed by the show too.
Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is controversial within her party. She says the U.S. should talk to its enemies. She was criticized for meeting with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad.
Editor: I am 80-plus years old. Back in the day when I went to school, we were taught history. You know, the earth is over one billion years old and there has been climate change from day one.
Editor: I’m a huge fan of Nigel Reynolds’ column. It has taken me to a lot of interesting places I would not have seen otherwise. His Prescott Circle Trail Guide gave me, a novice hiker at best, the confidence to go exploring on my own. I highly recommend those new to the area hike the Prescott Circle Trail. In addition to becoming familiar with the area, you will see the remnants of old ranches, gold mines, springs, wildlife and archeological sites.
From book readings, book clubs, veteran town halls, study groups and garden talks to computer classes, adult GED tutoring and workshops dealing with dementia, the Prescott Valley Public Library has much to offer.
I very rarely write to newspapers, but I wanted to be sure and thank you for including Prescott Indivisible’s Neighborhood Summit for Equity in the Prescott Courier’s highlighting of events scheduled for Sept. 20 and 22.
I have lived in Prescott for 16+ years and have read all the articles on the available water to support the apparent out-of-control building that is taking place.
My wife loves to sew. That may be an understatement.
I guess I was naive when I first read that the Prescott City Council was exploring ways to get water to areas outside the city limits.
Let me explain in simple terms why the City of Prescott’s proposed new water policy is a sham.
Editor: Prescott’s government knows its aquifer is in a severe overdraft condition and that its wells have been declining for years.