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Wednesday, 15 February 2017 20:05

Bill's Newscast: New RV Park in Prescott?

The Prescott Board of Adjustment to consider a possible RV Park on Rosser & 89.

Prescott Board of Adjustment considers an RV Park

The Prescott Board of Adjustment meets at 9 tomorrow morning to consider a permit for an RV Park.  The project site is located on more than 8 acres along Highway 89 near Prescott Lakes Parkway.  The main entrance would be at the signalized intersection with Rosser Street.  There are 7 existing buildings on the site and the applicant plans on using 4 of them for office and residential uses.  Four new structures will be added to the site for offices, storage and a multi-use community building.  Common shower and restroom facilities will be located close to the RV site.  A Conditional Use Permit can be approved if it’s determined there will be no negative impact on residents, other owners of the property or the public.  The Board of Adjustment meeting will be held in Council chambers on South Cortez Street.  

Alarcon Street road improvement work continues

Watch for delays on Alarcon Street as road improvement work continues.  According to City of Prescott officials, construction to remove damaged concrete curb and gutter along North Alarcon from East Sheldon to East Gurley Streets is done.  New curb and gutter will be installed once street grading is finished.  Work to remove and replace driveways on North Alarcon is ongoing this week, as is new sidewalk installation.  Asphalt milling operations are occurring at the intersection of East Willis and North Alarcon Streets.  Milled asphalt material will be reused and blended to construct the base course for the new roadway from East Sheldon to East Gurley.  North Alarcon is closed to through traffic, but 1 lane will remain open for local access only.  Work hours are 7 am to 6 pm through this Friday. 

WIC Building in Chino Valley reopens

Yavapai County Community Health Services is reopening the Chino Valley Women, Infants and Children, or WIC building.  A $45,000 grant from the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services has allowed for renovation of the building that Community Health Services uses in cooperation with the Town of Chino Valley.  The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, the Facilities Department and the Management Information System has allowed the much needed improvements to be completed.  A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for 9:30 tomorrow morning at the WIC building on Voss Drive.  Speakers include Yavapai County Supervisor Craig Brown, Chino Valley Mayor Darryl Croft and Yavapai County Community Health Services Director Stephen Tullos.  

WIC services include USDA checks for nutritious foods such as fruits and vegetables, rice or tortillas and peanut butter; nutritional education and referrals for healthcare and community resources. 

Last modified on Wednesday, 15 February 2017 22:44
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