Prescott Mayor, NAACP East Valley President set to meet over travel boycott triggered by Stringer comments
In the wake of last week’s call by the NAACP for a travel boycott of Prescott, a meeting is expected to occur this week between the president of the East Valley branch of the civil rights organization and the mayor of Prescott.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, Prescott is on track to have enough apartment units to meet the demand.
The number of sources for purchase of fentanyl in Yavapai County reportedly has declined in recent weeks.
Despite the Prescott City Council’s action this week condemning state Rep. David Stringer’s recent racial comments and asking for his resignation, Prescott is now facing the call for a travel boycott by the East Valley chapter of the NAACP.
Legislator’s racial remarks condemned in 6-1 vote
In a highly charged meeting Tuesday morning, a majority of Prescott City Council members attempted to distance themselves – and Prescott – from recent racially disparaging comments by local state legislator David Stringer.
Leadership from both major political parties in Yavapai County have now released statements saying State Rep. David Stringer should resign over recent remarks that local officials have termed “racially disparaging.”
Political parties not happy with him either
The Prescott City Council voted 6-1 Tuesday, Dec. 4, calling for state Rep. David Stringer's resignation.
Council to meet in executive session Tuesday
Prescott’s mayor and mayor pro tem (vice mayor) both say Rep. David Stringer should resign from the Arizona State Legislature over recent racial comments, and the entire Prescott City Council is expected to weigh in on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Carleton/Cortez reconstruction latest in Prescott’s massive 2018 street construction program
There will be no wintertime hibernation for construction work on the streets of downtown Prescott this year.
Commission forms to look into the possibility
If “one-stop-shopping” is the ideal for municipal business, officials say Prescott City Hall is falling a bit short.