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Prescott Talks: Interview with Brandon Montoya

Glenn Martin interviews Brandon Montoya who is running for the Prescott (AZ) City Council. Brandon discusses why he wants to be on the City Council, and his views on strategic growth, water, and other issues facing the City.

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In Person Audience Capacity in Council Chambers

As city staff continue to work toward lifting COVID restrictions that have impacted the way city services have been provided, Council and Board/Commission/Committee Meetings have had limited in-person attendance. Beginning with the Tuesday, April 27th City Council Meeting attendance capacity will be increased from 30 to 50 in Council Chambers. And beginning May 1st Chambers

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Clark Tenney Selected By Council to Serve in Seat Vacated by Billie Orr

With a 6-0 vote, Prescott City Council today selected Clark Tenney to serve in the seat that was vacated by Billie Orr on January 19, 2021.   Mr. Tenney will serve the remainder of the term, until November, 2023. Clark Tenney was sworn in immediately following the selection meeting, and will attend his first City Council

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Citizens Tax Committee To Host Candidate Forum

The Citizens Tax Committee (CTC)  has announced that it will host a Candidate Forum for the five finalists for the Prescott City Council vacancy at their regular monthly meeting at 1 pm  Wednesday,  February 10th,  at the Rowle P. Simmons Adult Center, in Prescott. Last week the City Council announced that it  had reduced the list of

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Finalists Selected for Prescott City Council Vacancy Interviews

During a Voting Meeting on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 council selected five (5) finalists for Interviews to be conducted during a Special Voting Meeting on Tuesday, February 16. A public comment period on the following finalists is open now through February 16th:   Connie Cantelme Andre Carman Jim Lamerson Eric Moore Clark Tenney   Please

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