Glenn Martin and Phil Goode continue to discuss the issues, including the public input to the City Council, the Arizona Eco Development Agreement, and veterans. Mr. Goode wants to restore the public’s trust in city government, and is disappointed by the disrespectful smear campaign that has occurred.
Over the decade I’ve followed local government, the caliber of the candidates standing for election has not always been inspiring. There have been a few standouts to be sure, but over the years we’ve seen some rather modest talents step forward, to put the matter charitably. This year is different. As a matter of editorial policy,
City Councilwoman Billie Orr has announced her intention to resign from public service and will vacate her seat on Prescott City Council effective January 19th, 2021. She cites her plans to relocate from Prescott for health-related reasons. “After careful consideration, my husband Bob and I have decided that it would be in both of our
In the City’s ongoing efforts to curb the impacts of COVID-19 on our citizens and staff, Prescott City Council meetings will not have an in-person public audience until further notice. Meetings will continue and be live streamed on the city’s website, Prescott Media Center and on the city’s Facebook page. In addition, citizens will be able