Prescott Council Meets 4x Today Featured

The Prescott City Council will be busy today, with four meetings on their calendar. 

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  • The Prescott Council will have four meetings today, including a Workshop Meeting, an Executive Session, a Study Session and a Voting Session
  • Topics include: AED, Opioid litigation (in the Executive session), the Compensation Study Findings & Recommendations
  • The voting meeting will cover a variety of topics, including the appointment of the Mayor Pro Tem.
  • All meetings (except the Executive meeting) will be viewable online.
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Prescott City Council has last meeting before Thanksgiving

It’s the week before Thanksgiving, and the Prescott Council is cramming as much into today as possible. 

Meetings can be viewed online at 

City of Prescott Live Meeting Video page.

Via Zoom by registering in advance. (Links below for each meeting).

City of Prescott Facebook page.

Comments may be submitted at this City of Prescott page.

Workshop 9:30 AM

The Agenda for the Workshop is here.

Starting at 9:30, the Council will hear from Sarah Murley of Applied Economics, LLC, related to the proposed AED Annexations. 

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lIeVnbxMQ8iyTGnVZCR4Wg

There will also be a discussion of the comments received during the 60-day Public Comment Period and another overview of the proposed AED Annexations and the North & South Master Plans. 

Executive Session 11:30 AM

See the Agenda for the Executive Session here.

 During their closed Executive Session, the City Councilmembers will receive an update on the City of Prescott Opioid Litigation.

Study Session 1:00 PM

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cBq4E2PKRPmpqKjvafrkIQ

See the Agenda for the Study Session here.

During this Study Session, the Council will discuss the Total Compensation Study Findings; basically pay rates for City employees. 

Voting Session 3:00 PM

The Voting Session Agenda can be seen here.

First, the Council will hear a proclamation for the Small Business Saturday, which happens on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. 

Next, they will approve the Consent Agenda, which includes the approval of Minutes from November 10th meetings. 

There is also an approval for the purchase of a City-Wide Generator Maintenance and Repair item in the amount of $80,830.

And the City will approve an intergovernmental agreement for Cooperative Wildland Fire Training. 

Regular Agenda, Voting Items

A. Approval of City Contract for the purchase of Two Side Loader Curb Tenders. Total price, $634,246.

B. Approval of City Contract with Arizona Communications Network* for a one-year Professional Services Agreement for Provision of the City of Prescott Government Channel Broadcasting, Government Programming and Government Social Media Content in an amount not to exceed $78,000.

*Editor’s Note: Arizona Communications Network is also owned by the parent company for CopperState News. It is an entirely separate division.

C. Adoption of Ordinance No. 2020-1735 Amending the City Code by adopting new sections relating to the regulation of recreational marijuana, in light of the new law passed in the November 3 election.

D. The approval of additional funding for the Granite Creek Corridor Master Plan Implementation. Cost: $520,000

E. Appointment of Mayor Pro Tem. 


Total $ amount of proposed expenditures for this Agenda: $1,322,076.

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Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Editor and Publisher of CopperState News. In her past life, she was the founder of a successful local news media publication in the Prescott area. She started CopperState News with the idea that local news deserves a statewide platform.

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