Week in Review: April 4, 2011

10 April 2011  
It's a review of last week's events and happenings.

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  • The hunt for an alleged double homicide suspect got underway.

  • It was reported Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Thomas Lindberg had died of cancer.

  • Following a closed executive session Tuesday afternoon, the Prescott City Council voted to name Regional Programs Director Craig McConnell Acting City Manager.

  • The Prescott Valley Town Council discussed the upcoming Spring Clean-up event Thursday night.

  • The Dewey-Humboldt Planning and Zoning Commission discussed a Sign Code Rewrite Thursday night.

  • The James Ray manslaughter trial started on Wednesday rather than Tuesday due to the illness of one of the jurors.

  • During a workshop Tuesday morning, the Prescott City Council discussed the start of the recruitment process to select a permanent City Manager, compensation and targeting the applicants.

  • The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council on Tuesday approved setting up interviews with the 4 Town Manager finalists and sending some questions, along with notification of possibly other questions for interviews to be held by video or phone.

  • The Arizona Sundogs' season came to an end Wednesday night.


I'm Bill Monroe and that's your KQNA News Week in Review.

Bill Monroe

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