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Prescott City Hall on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

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Much like Prescott Valley, Prescott requires peddlers to carry a license if they want to conduct business within city limits.

By Doug Cook July 20, 2019
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The Prescott City Council will meet for its regularly scheduled meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 23, in the council chambers for a study session that will include talk about changes to the water policy followed by a 3 p.m. voting session on a variety of business matters and contracts.

By Nanci Hutson July 19, 2019
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Stringfield Ranch housing proposal in Prescott getting positive feedback
700-acre development still has hurdles to clear

Prospects of 1- and 2-acre designer homes on 700 acres of the Stringfield Ranch with a connecting loop to complete the 55-mile Prescott Circle Trail earned favorable reviews Thursday morning.

By Nanci Hutson July 18, 2019
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Stringfield Ranch housing proposal in Prescott getting positive feedback
700-acre development still has hurdles to clear

Prospects of 1- and 2-acre designer homes on 700 acres of the Stringfield Ranch with a connecting loop to complete the 55-mile Prescott Circle Trail earned favorable reviews Thursday morning.

By Nanci Hutson July 18, 2019
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Prescott’s current policy of not providing new water connections outside city limits could change soon, if the Prescott City Council opts for a proposed water-policy adjustment.

By Cindy Barks July 13, 2019
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City looks to improve water management system
Officials: Proposals would better reflect reality of usage

Water use in Prescott is not what it used to be.

By Cindy Barks June 15, 2019
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Over the next seven years, Prescott’s effort to pay down its $69 million pension debt will get a $1-million-per-year assist from the State of Arizona.

By Cindy Barks May 28, 2019
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Prescott is on track to pay down its multi-million-dollar pension debt within the next seven years by applying the revenue from the 0.75% special sales tax that voters approved in 2017.

By Cindy Barks May 24, 2019
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The City of Prescott is seeking volunteers to work as City Hall Ambassadors.

By The Daily Courier April 7, 2019
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A year ago, Prescott residents safely and conveniently disposed of nearly 12 tons of old paints, pesticides, antifreeze, and other household hazardous wastes.

By Cindy Barks March 5, 2019
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Humboldt Unified School District continues to offer popular and much-needed workshops on Working with Traumatized Children.

January 24, 2019
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City pays down pension debt to $69M
Council attributes ‘unfunded liability’ drop to Prop 443; debt decreases by 16.2%

Prescott’s pension debt is finally on a downward trend.

By Cindy Barks December 19, 2018
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In its last regularly scheduled meetings of 2018, the Prescott City Council will conduct three meetings on Tuesday, Dec. 18.

December 16, 2018
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A new vision for city business, a new City Hall?
Commission forms to look into the possibility

If “one-stop-shopping” is the ideal for municipal business, officials say Prescott City Hall is falling a bit short.

By Cindy Barks November 28, 2018
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