Special Council Tuesday Voting Meeting: Interviews of Candidates for Vacancy Featured

On Tuesday, the Prescott City Council will interview and vote on the person to fill the vacancy on the Council


Big Idea

  • Councilwoman Billie Orr resigned as of January 19, due to health reasons
  • Out of 24 applicants, 5 finalists have been selected
  • Council will publicly interview the candidates and then select a replacement
  •


Who will the next Council member be?


Voting Meeting Agenda


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2021, 9:30 AM


201 S. Cortez Street Prescott, AZ 86303 

City Council Chambers 

Greg Mengarelli, Mayor 

Alexa Scholl, Mayor Pro Tem 

Steve Blair, Councilman 

Phil Goode, Councilman 

Cathey Rusing, Councilmember 

Steve Sischka, Councilman


The following Agenda will be considered by the Prescott City Council Voting Meeting at its Voting Meeting pursuant to the Prescott City Charter, Article II, Section 13. Notice of the meeting is given pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes, Section 38-431.02. One or more members of the Council may be attending the meeting through the use of a technological device.


Viewing & Participation 


This meeting may be viewed on Channel 64, Facebook Live or on the City's website: 

Live Prescott City Council Videos 

Or via Zoom by registering in advance: Zoom Registration Link 

Public comments to be read by the Clerk may be submitted through the City website: Speaker Request Form




3. COUNCIL CANDIDATE INTERVIEWS (Please note: Interview times are approximate) 

A. Clark Tenney (9:30 am - 10 am) 

B. Eric Moore (10 am - 10:30 am) 

C. Jim Lamerson (10:30 am - 11 am) 

D. Andre Carman (11 am - 11:30 am) 

E. Connie Cantelme (11:30 am - 12 pm) 



A. Selection of Replacement for Former Councilwoman Billie Orr through November 2023.

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