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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. 

A Conversation on PSPRS at Las Fuentes

Councilmembers Billie Orr and Steve Sischka, along with City Manager Michael Lamar bring the issue of the PSPRS unfunded liability to an Republican Women of Prescott forum at Las Fuentes.

There are 3 Council meetings today - hope they really, really love one another on this Valentine's Day!

In examining options for paying off the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) liabilities, on Tuesday the Prescott City Council looked at a list of properties owned by the city that could potentially be sold. 

Learn more about the issues surrounding the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System and what can be done about it. 

"It's really looking at what are the best practices out there, not getting scared by initial fears…”

Council Discusses PSPRS, What to Sell?

Councilwoman Billie Orr points out that this is a solvable problem, showing a chart that demonstrates how the liability can be paid down to a managable amount. 

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Events | Education News

14 June 2018
Monsoon rains are starting a bit early, but we’ll take it! A monsoon-like surge of moist tropical air is underway today, with dew point temperatures expected to rise into the 50s or lower 60s
11 June 2018
AD of the Year, top Sports Information and great
09 June 2018
It’s a 2600 mile, 4 day race through 15
02 June 2018
Local schools will get an increase in funding,
26 May 2018
342 students received their diplomas Friday

Features | Business & Tech | Sports

17 June 2018
Check out the Facebook Live events. Social Security engages with the public in a number of ways. From news articles like this to blog posts, and printed publications to tweets, we try to speak
15 June 2018
A farm, a flood and a film. Editor's note:
15 June 2018
How freedom of movement - or lack thereof -
14 June 2018
Stedman returns to Prescott High School replacing
14 June 2018
Arizona leaves bases loaded in the ninth  

Community News

17 June 2018
It’s been five years since the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew died at the Yarnell Fire.  The City of Prescott will offer tribute to the fallen Granite Mountain Interagency
16 June 2018
Let’s go berry picking! Mortimer Farms
14 June 2018
Northern Arizona Council of Governments
09 June 2018
As promised, the opening night film for the
07 June 2018
Tonight’s the first night of the Prescott Film

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2018 Opening Night @ the Prescott Film Festival
2018 Opening Night @ the Prescott Film Festival

Friday night was a rockin' success for the 9th Annual Prescott Film Festival. Film aficionados were delighted with the feature film, "A Boy Called Sailboat". Afterwards the Cabaret Celebration allowed conversation with the filmmaker. http://www.prescottfilmfestival.com

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Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-49i7k-92e8a9 An 18 year-old teen died of a fatal overdose in Prescott Valley.