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Prescott Public Library Makes Tax Forms Available

Although Prescott Public Library may be closed to the public, the library will provide tax forms on demand for area taxpayers and phone reference help locating the forms online. While the library is closed to the public, commonly requested forms will be available at the Goodwin Street entrance, and librarians will assist with all other

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Applications Received for Prescott City Council Vacancy

In an earlier release, the City of Prescott announced that they would be accepting applications to fill a vacancy left with the resignation of Councilwoman Billie Orr. Since January 13th the City Clerk’s Office has received thirteen (13) applications from the following residents: Steven Ayres Nancy Burns Connie Cantelme Noel Campbell Anthony Ferrulli Deborah Pernice

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City of Prescott’s Statement Regarding Offensive Signs

The City of Prescott recently learned of offensive and abhorrent signs posted at a local business.   We absolutely reject the message on the signs, and similar rhetoric, however the City is bound to uphold the Constitutional rights of all citizens. City Code inspectors spoke with the manager of the establishment, who moved the signs from

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Pile Burning Planned January 20 – 26 on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to take advantage of predicted weather to burn piles located near Copper Basin, Spruce Mountain, Groom Creek, and areas along Walker Road starting on Wednesday, January 20th through Tuesday, January 26th.     Fire managers expect smoke impacts to Prescott and surrounding areas to be light.  Pile burning helps

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150 Community Volunteers Serve for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In celebration of the 26th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, Arizona Serve, an AmeriCorps program of Prescott College, engaged over 150 community volunteers in eight service projects benefiting ten different local organizations. Dr. King’s life and legacy was also honored with the MLK Peace and Justice celebration, which moved virtually this year

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