Week in Review: January 18, 2010

24 January 2010  
Bill rounds up the weekly news - and most of it has to do with rain and snowy storms.

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  • Rain and snow storms prompted Prescott Mayor Marlin Kuykendall to issue a Proclamation of Local Emergency within City limits due to extreme weather conditions which may endanger the life of property within the City Thursday.
  • The storms caused power outages in such areas as Prescott Heights, Government Canyon, Forbing Park, Potato Patch, the Mountain Club community, Groom Creek, Goldwater Lake and Long Meadow Ranch.
  • On Thursday night, fire units responded to a structure fire in the 300 block of Park Avenue in Prescott.
  • On Thursday night, Yavapai County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a swift water rescue incident near Old Sycamore Road between Highway 69 and Interstate 17.
  • The City of Prescott officially started its budget process Tuesday
  • On Wednesday night, the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization Executive Board reorganized for the year.
  • The City of Prescott announced Antelope Hills Golf Course Manager Paul Parker had resigned, effective immediately.
  • And the Prescott Valley Town Council agreed to pull an item related to a correctional facility proposal Thursday night.


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

Bill Monroe

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