Having business owners on the Prescott City Council can result in two directions.
This letter is a friendly reminder to please stay off our trails when they are muddy.
In 2003, when my wife and I moved to Prescott, Arizona, I was impressed with how easy it was to enroll for early voting by mail or by using the local drop boxes.
Michael Logan’s “Faulty Logic” letter is a marvel of malignant misinformation on COVID.
What a great idea — open the schools! Right when the death rates in Arizona are still climbing...
The conflicting concerns over COVID-19 were on full display on Jan 31.
In questioning positions taken by The Daily Courier editor’s Feb. 21 editorial, I offer the following disclaimer: I do not know the sponsors nor do I belong to any group promoting HB 2770 and SB 1377.
I am pleased to read that the city is opening our library to more normal services.
Appointing someone to an office who never stood for election is against the principles of popular sovereignty and consent of the governed.
I am writing in response to the negative comments on spending budgeted dollars on the improvements at the Granite Creek Park.
In April 2020, the Prescott City Council voted to provide city water to the Town of Chino Valley with the excuse that our water would only be provided outside the City of Prescott to “governmental entities.”
Your satirical cartoon on the Arizona Republican Party published on Jan. 28 couldn’t have been more timely.
I have never once planned to go for a hike or a bicycle ride thinking, “I’m really looking forward to going outdoors this weekend to enjoy a sidewalk, retaining walls, fences, or power lines.”
I have been reading for the past few weeks in The Daily Courier letters to the editor and also in the Talk of the Towns about how developer-friendly and non-citizen oriented the current Prescott City Council has become.
Please allow for proper elections on our City Council so that citizens are appropriately represented.
My motorcycle riding partner and I were coming north on Highway 89 south of town, on the twisty, two-lane road through the mountains.
Like many of us in Prescott, I continue to be concerned that the City Council has made a poor choice deciding to select Billie Orr's replacement themselves for the remainder of the term (33 months) instead of having voters decide in the upcoming primary and election of 2021.
Recently school administrators in Yavapai County were presented with information about what impact the passage of Proposition 207 (marijuana decriminalization) would likely have on Arizona schools.
I understand from The Daily Courier article recently that the remaining Prescott City Council members have chosen their “top 5" from the 24 applicants that have submitted the paperwork for the seat left open by Billie Orr.
The appointment of a new councilperson to the Prescott City Council should only be until the Aug. 3 primary.
Here we go again! The Prescott City Council transferring home town water wealth, brought forth and developed by the hometowns’ public tax dollars, to private-interest developments outside the city limits.
Regarding the letter by Douglas R. Newman, I’m very surprised at his letter given he has lived in states usually prone to get a lot of snow; whereas Arizona, which is predominately a desert state, isn't — with the possible exception of the White Mountains.
Just a quick note to express our need for fair elections for Prescott City Council seats, in this case to fill the seat of Billie Orr.
It came as no surprise to many in the Prescott community that our City Council decided Billie Orr’s replacement would fulfill the remaining three years of her vacated tenure.