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Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster

Councilmembers Billie Orr and Steve Sischka, along with City Manager Michael Lamar bring the issue of the PSPRS unfunded liability to an Republican Women of Prescott forum at Las Fuentes.

The Prescott Board of Adjustment approved a Conditional Use permit for a proposed RV park on the east side of Highway 89 at Rosser Street. 

Basic message? Bring competition back to the health insurance market.

Report some crimes online.

It's Arizona Statehood Day

Happy birthday, Arizona!

There are 3 Council meetings today - hope they really, really love one another on this Valentine's Day!

Tuesday is Valentine’s Day, but be sure you’re not looking for love in all the wrong places, Attorney General Mark Brnovich warns.

In examining options for paying off the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) liabilities, on Tuesday the Prescott City Council looked at a list of properties owned by the city that could potentially be sold. 

"It's really looking at what are the best practices out there, not getting scared by initial fears…”

Council Discusses PSPRS, What to Sell?

Councilwoman Billie Orr points out that this is a solvable problem, showing a chart that demonstrates how the liability can be paid down to a managable amount. 

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