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Here are the statements from our State elected officials. This may be updated throughout the day.

The cold vaporized summer flowers, but this pot of flowers brings the landscape back to life.  Pruning can be bad before the New Year.  Instead, give the yard a ‘haircut’ that brings order out of a landscape’s chaos.

Another food recall. 

Misbranding on labels is prompting a recall of frozen pretzel dog products.  City Line Foods has announced the recall due to a known allergen not listed on the product label. Yavapai County Community Health Services spokesman David McAtee says these products have been distributed nationwide. The pretzel dogs had been produced on various dates from February 14th to November 14th.  A list of the products is available online at  The recall doesn’t affect Auntie Anne’s Pretzel Stores in malls, airports or other venues.

 A controversial golf cart parking structure is expected to receive final approval despite public objections.  MPM Investments is planning on building a home on Tapadero Drive in the Prescott Country Club area.  An enclosed structure would also be built for golf carts.  Residents have raised concerns over the annexation process used, but Council has given preliminary approval to this project.  Resident Martha Duncan calls this action disappointing. Duncan explains there are concerns over the annexation process used. Councilman Michael Whiting says this is a good use of the property. Whiting adds the rezoning doesn’t involve future projects, as some residents have feared. Council will consider final approval of the 9200 square foot parcel rezone at 5:30 tonight.  The meeting will be held in the Library Auditorium on Civic Circle.




The Administration makes the case for Executive Immigration Action. Includes Infograph, video and speech.


The Greater Prescott Regional Economic Partnership (GPREP) is pleased to announce the official signing of a region wide Protocol Agreement signed by all member communities.