July 15, 2021

Wildfires

Arizona Wildfires Update – July 14, 2021

Buzzard Fire  Firefighters with the help of aircraft stopped forward progression of the Buzzard Fire yesterday.  The Buzzard Fire is estimated to be 100 acres burning 5 miles south of Ponderosa Park in the Hassayampa drainage; east of Wilhoit (T12N, R3W, S11).  This morning firefighters reported minimal fire behavior with no additional growth overnight.  Today

Prescott Mayor's Race

Opinion: Citizens Tax Committee Responds to “False” Mengarelli Allegations

As the President of the Citizens Tax Committee I have been disturbed by the recent false and fallacious radio ads attacking Mayoral Candidate Phil Goode.  The claim that Phil, and CTC, doesn’t support our police and fire is wrong. We opposed the Prop 443 tax increase because it is the wrong solution to a flawed

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Safety, Assurance and Enrichment Found in the Y’s Afterschool Program

As another summer winds down and a new school year is on the horizon, the James Family Prescott YMCA wants to remind parents and caregivers that the Y’s afterschool program is a place where children can remain active, learning and engaged during their time out of school – a critical time for all school-age children.

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Development Agreement with Arizona Eco Development (AED) Passed by Prescott City Council

The Prescott City Council yesterday unanimously approved the Development Agreement with Arizona Eco Development (AED), putting into motion a series of  steps that will ultimately ensure that approximately 475 acres of prime Granite Dells property will become open space, owned by the City of Prescott for public use.  The agreement will also provide 270 acres

Arizona Corporation Commission

Arizona Corporation Commission Approves APS Energy Efficiency Plan

Plan Expands COVID-19 Recovery Programs and School Offerings The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) and Arizona PIRG Education Fund praised Chairwoman Lea Marquez Peterson, Commissioner Sandra Kennedy, Commissioner Anna Tovar, and Commissioner Jim O’Connor – utility regulators at the Arizona Corporation Commission – for voting yesterday to expand programs and services to help Arizonans save

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