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Michael Lamar is pictured in this photo from 2016. He was sworn in as Prescott's city manager in 2017. According to Lamar, city staff will present a preliminary budget to the City Council Tuesday, May 22, 2018.

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Prescott to pay $20M toward pension debt

The City of Prescott is expected to add about $20 million more in payments toward its public safety pension debt in the next fiscal year — on top of the $25 million it is paying this year.

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10,500-unit Deep Well project will be focus of study session

Prescott council members to get overview of project

Fresh off its 4-3 recommendation of approval by the Prescott Planning and Zoning Commission, the Deep Well Ranch project will head to the Prescott City Council this week.

Prescott considers outsourcing its economic development work

In the wake of the recent resignation of Prescott Economic Initiatives Director Jeff Burt, the City of Prescott could be looking at a new model for its economic development efforts.

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Public to have open forum with new Prescott City Manager

Starting in November, Prescott residents will have an opportunity to talk over their city-related issues with new City Manager Michael Lamar.

Vacation rentals, sober-living homes top Prescott council meeting Oct. 11

PRESCOTT – Changes in the way the city handles vacation rentals and sober-living homes will go to the Prescott City Council this week in a busy day of meetings overseen by new City Manager Michael Lamar.

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Prescott plans welcoming event for new city manager on Oct. 10

New Prescott City Manager Michael Lamar’s first day on the job is set for Monday, Oct. 10, and the City of Prescott is inviting the public to a welcoming ceremony for him that day.