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Boy Scouts examine the facts of PSPRS. 

Bill's Newscast: It's Arbor Day

Tree planting, money, bike riding and brush fire.

Clerk of the Central Yavapai Fire District Board Discusses the Challenges of PSPRS in Yavapai County

Councilman Jim Lamerson shares facts about the PSPRS issue with the public.

Mayor to host Town Hall Meeting to discuss PSPRS and Economic Development Thursday, April 20, 5:30 p.m. at Centennial Center

Opinion: Time To Be Accountable

“The deck has been stacked against the taxpayer from the beginning…"

According to Councilman Lamerson, while the 0.75% tax will help keep Prescott whole, there’s still work to be done.

Council meets to discuss potential funding for the PSPRS liability.

Representative David Stringer (LD-1) talks about education and the newly formed ad hoc committee on PSPRS.

Prescott City Council members take a look at the potential ballot language for proposed sales tax. 

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