Photo: Prescott Public Library The City Council Subcommittee on Appointments is seeking applications from citizens who are interested in serving on several Boards, Committees and Commissions. The City of Prescott is currently seeking applications for the following Boards, Committees and Commissions: Board, Commission, Committee Term Number of Upcoming Vacancies Must be a Prescott Resident Art in Public Places Current – 03/2024 1 No
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David, McNabb, guest host of Prescott Talks, interviews Chad DeVries about his background, his community work, and his candidacy for the Prescott, Arizona, City Council. Mr. DeVries feels that there is not enough transparency in the way the city operates, and that there is a bigger need for public safety officers.
David McNabb, guest host of Prescott Talks, discusses Tony Hamer’s background with him and why he is running for the Prescott City Council. Dr. Hamer feels that the City could be run better by approaching it from a business standpoint, cutting expenses and streamlining its operational processes. He also feels that the City needs to
David Stringer, the Publisher of Prescott eNews, talks to Ralph Hess, a retired judge of the Yavapai County Superior Court, and Deb Thalasitis, a political activist, about their petitions that have been presented to the Prescott City Council. These petitions are asking that there be a 60 day comment period and several public hearings to
Connie Cantelme was appointed to the City Council last year and is now running for her seat. She is interested in economic development for Prescott, especially the downtown area. Other interests include public safety, historic preservation, PSPRS, the Prescott Regional Airport, and tourism. She gives her background and what boards she has served on as
Brooks Compton interviews Lois Fruhwirth, who is running for the Prescott City Council. They discuss Lois’s background in business, her volunteering, and her time as the Yavapai County GOP chair.