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28 November 2017  

It’s going to get cold.

The Prescott City Council will be starting things off early Tuesday. Prior to their 3 pm voting session, Council will meet at 9:15 to hear a presentation from Volaire Aviation Consulting and to discuss the Deep Well Ranch proposal one more time.. Consultant Mike Mooney is scheduled to present information on the state of the airport industry, market detail, essential air service and general airport and air service development. That meeting will be followed by another at 1. Presentation items include the 2017 Housing Demand Study by Kuehl Enterprises and the draft 2018 Water Management Policy. Council will also review the Alarm Ordinance, which was first adopted in 2011 and amended throughout the years. The Police Department is recommending a review as it relates to this year’s information and practices. All Council meetings will be held at City Hall on South Cortez Street.

If you plan on shopping online this Christmas season, there are some steps you can take to keep yourself safe. According to Better Business Bureau officials, since kids and teens usually have good credit, hackers are always on the lookout for information. This can allow hackers to obtain credit cards and more. The Bureau is recommending family members have a discussion about the importance of not giving out personal information in soliciting e-mails or on social media. Scammers will be out in full force with promotional e-mails during the holidays. It’s best not to click on links from senders you don’t recognize. Websites should have an https at the beginning of the web address. This indicates the website is secure because it’s encrypted. Young people tend to shop based on what their peers or celebrities are wearing or using. Scammers will try to lure them to click on links such as free products, free concerts or free games. Bureau officials say if it’s too good to be true, don’t click on it.

There were unseasonably high temperatures for last Saturday’s Prescott Holiday Light Parade, but things could change for the Prescott Christmas Parade. Temperatures are expected to drop this week. National Weather Service meteorologist Jessica Nolte says one area might see rain. The Prescott Christmas Parade is at 1 Saturday afternoon followed by the Courthouse Lighting at 6. With chances for colder, windy and wet weather increasing, the Prescott area may get its first taste of winter weather.

Bill Monroe, KQNA News, 1130 AM

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