Update: The Founders Room at the Library will be available as an overflow room, and will have video feed of the meeting.
It was just last Wednesday that hundreds of people filled the Yavapai County Administration building to witness the Supervisors vote on whether or not to declare Yavapai County a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County.
After listening to comments for more than an hour, the Resolution passed unanimously with a 5-0 vote.
Now, the City of Prescott will vote on a similar measure, placed on the agenda at the request of Councilman Phil Goode and Councilwoman Cathey Rusing. In the packet, the recommended action is to: MOVE to adopt Resolution #2020-1734.
How to Watch the Council Meeting
There will be a Study Session at 2:30 PM to discuss the Census. The Council voting meeting starts at 3:00 PM.
City Hall seats about 150 people. There will be monitors set up in the hallways so people can watch even if there is not room for them inside Council Chambers.
The meeting will also be covered live, so it can be watched from other locations:
- Channel 64 on television
- Prescott Media Center Facebook page
- City of Prescott Facebook page
- Prescott eNews Facebook page
If you would like to send comments to the Council in advance you may do so on the City of Prescott website. Comments left on this page will be shared with the Council members.
One thing that is important to note is that weapons are not allowed in City Hall. There are lockboxes at both doors to City Hall where people can deposit their firearms.
Lockbox for weapons.
Mayor Mengarelli has determined the guidelines for discussion of agenda item 10A.
1. Comments will be limited to 2 minutes per person.
2. There will be special comment cards specifically for this item.
3. The comments for this agenda item will be limited to a total of 30 minutes.
The Resolution that the Council will be voting on is below:
(The two pages were combined into one for this publication.)