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Wednesday, 24 May 2017 07:18

Bill's Newscast: Hell's Angels Leave No Trouble Behind in Cottonwood

Hell’s Angels visit Cottonwood.

No trouble with a recent Hell’s Angels visit to Cottonwood

No major problems after the Hell’s Angels motorcycle club visits Cottonwood.  Cottonwood Police say last weekend, Hell’s Angels members were in town for an event known as the South Run, which was held at the Quality Inn on Highway 89A.  According to Police Sergeant Monica Kuhlt, there were no major incidents or calls for service related to this event.  Police did address some noise complaints due to the close proximity of a residential community to that hotel.  Cottonwood Police had increased their staffing and received assistance from Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies.  Police Chief Steve Gesell is thanking the Arizona Department of Public Safety for their significant contributions in both planning and staffing.  

New Humboldt School District Board member needed

The search is on once again for a new Humboldt Unified School District Board member.  Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter has announced there’s a vacancy on the Board due to the resignation of member Paul Leon.  Leon worked as a math teacher for grades 6 through 8 at Liberty Traditional School for 12 years.  He was appointed to the Board in September 2014.   Leon is resigning on June 15th because he’s moving out of state to accept new employment.  This resignation follows that of former member Brian Letendre, who also relocated out of the school district and now lives in Missouri.  His replacement, Ryan Gray, is the newest Board member as of April 14th.  Anyone who is interested in filling Leon’s seat is asked to send a letter of interest and a resume to Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter, Yavapai County Education Service Agency, 2970 Centerpointe East, Prescott, AZ 86301.  The deadline for letters is Monday, June 12th.  

And participate in the creation of new trails in the Verde Valley area

Prescott National Forest officials are seeking comments on new trails in the Verde Valley area.  The Verde Ranger District proposing 122 miles of new trails and 2 designated recreation areas.  In addition, 21 miles of existing trails and 8 miles of forest system roads will be decommissioned.  There will be 2 meetings where attendees can get information on the proposed plan, ask questions and share comments and concerns.  The first meeting will be held tonight at the Camp Verde Community Library on Black Bridge Road.  The second meeting is tomorrow night in Building M, Room 137 on Yavapai College’s Verde Valley campus, located on Black Hills Drive in Clarkdale.  Both meetings run from 6 to 8 pm.   

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