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Yavapai County Treasurer Submits Resignation

Sedona AZ – After twenty three years as the Yavapai County Treasurer, Ross Jacobs, in a letter to Board of Supervisor Chairman Craig Brown has asked the board to consider his notice of resignation, effective February 3, 2020. On February 5, 2020, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors formally accepted Treasurer Jacob’s resignation and it is now seeking applications for appointment to the... 

Prescott Area Fire Fuel Mitigation Nears Completion

Sedona AZ (April 15, 2016) – Yavapai County Arizona District 4 Supervisor Craig L. Brown announced today that the fire fuel mitigation in the Prescott areas of Granite Oaks, Chipmunk and Blackjack Subdivisions is nearing completion. It has taken a few months, but the end product has provided a safer environment for the residents for the upcoming fire season and into the future. The project contractor... 

Happy Thanksgiving

Sedona AZ (November 17, 2015) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors and all of our staff would like to wish all the people of this county a warm and Happy Thanksgiving. During this time of reflection we would like you all to consider in your hearts the many blessings that we all have living in a free and democratic society. Please remember... 

Sedona Times September Newspaper Breaks Village Weed Control Story

Weeds in Arizona Hwy 179 Medians – North view – Exclusive SedonaEye.com Photo c2010 Sedona AZ (November 19, 2010) – Over a year ago, I became involved in the process of awarding the landscape maintenance bid for the highway because I realized most people were unaware of the extensive data on the health hazards of pesticides and wanted to share what I’d learned as a member of the... 

Pinal County Budget Woes

Pinal County Arizona FLORENCE AZ (July 1, 2010) – The Pinal County Board of Supervisors adopted a final budget in the amount of $429,878,000 for the fiscal year of 2010-11. Like other Arizona counties, Pinal is struggling to deal with the declining economy at the same time the state is shifting its costs onto counties. Cost shifts from the state require county taxpayers to shoulder an added burden... 
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