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With the 2024 election season set to get underway next spring, a pending renovation project in the departments of the Yavapai County Recorder and Elections aims to make the ballot counting more transparent, secure and efficient.
Coming off of last week’s round of budget hearings, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors is poised this week to do a line-by-line evaluation of budget requests, setting the stage for the 2023-24 fiscal year that will begin on July 1.
A project intended to improve transparency and efficiency in the Yavapai County Recorder and Elections departments will move onto the next step, with a design contract expected to go to the Board of Supervisors in March.
A Maricopa County Christian school got approval for a $44 million bond issuance through the Yavapai County Industrial Development Authority this week, despite concerns from two Yavapai County Supervisors about the school being outside of Yavapai County.
As Yavapai County continues to search for a new elections director, two new positions are being added to the department to help deal with the growing number of registered county voters, as well as an increased level of public scrutiny in elections.
The search for a new Yavapai County Administrator, which began in April with long-time Administrator Phil Bourdon’s announcement that he intends to retire in January 2023, could culminate later this week with a possible appointment.
Bids that came in nearly $1 million higher than the county’s estimate led the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors to delay a chip-seal contract — at least until spring 2023.