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Governor Signing State Budget

“Today, I proudly signed into law a conservative and comprehensive budget plan that adds real resources to our State’s most critical programs, while setting aside dollars for the fiscal challenges that lay ahead. I applaud and commend legislators of both chambers who worked with me in good faith to make this possible.   “It is […]

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Bonds and Bankruptcy in Northern Arizona

 Who knew cities could go bankrupt? These days, we understand the possibility too well. Like corporations and people, cities can find themselves in court renegotiating debt. In the past year, cities in states from California to Rhode Island have either filed for bankruptcy or are considering it. Like the United States government, the debt dilemma […]

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Flagstaff’s S&P and Moody’s Ratings High

The City has received ratings of AA/Aa2 from Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s Investors Service, respectively, on the general obligation bonds the City will issue in several weeks..  These ratings are the second-highest category available, one category lower than “AAA/Aaa” and are reflective of the City’s strong financial position, particularly in today’s economic environment.  These are […]

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Choosing the Best Bidding Option for Your Project

In previous articles, we’ve discussed building contractor selection. Part of this process is determining what type of contract you want. Projects generally fall into two categories: negotiated bid and competitive bid. Both new construction and remodeling present challenges because owners are often unsure of exactly what is involved in relation to the associated costs. If […]

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Ticket Prices Rising for FSO and NAU Skydome

Ticket prices to events in the Skydome and Flagstaff Symphony concerts in Ardrey Auditorium will increase by $2 this year and another $2 next year, Northern Arizona University has announced. NAU students attending Lumberjack athletic events at the Skydome and elsewhere on campus will continue to have free admission. They also will continue to receive […]

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Tax Increase Largely Offset by Valuations Drop

The Coconino County Board of Supervisors has been meeting with county departments and has a preliminary budget for the upcoming fiscal year.  The supervisors are  scheduled to preliminary adopt the budget on June 14, 2011, in a public meeting.  Final adoption will occur on July 12, 2011, with the final tax rates set on August […]

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City Proposing Property Tax Increases

In compliance with section 42-17107, Arizona Revised statutes, the City of Flagstaff is notifying its property taxpayers of City of Flagstaff’s intention to raise its primary property taxes over last year’s level.  The City of Flagstaff is proposing an increase of $105,380 or 2.0%. The proposed tax increase will cause City of Flagstaff’s primary property […]

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Marking Anniversary of Prop 100 Passage

Governor Jan Brewer issued this statement on the temporary one-cent sales tax. “It was one year ago today that Arizona voters made an important statement, agreeing to a temporary tax increase in order to fend off more drastic cuts to critical state services. I had fought for this measure, Proposition 100, despite having never voted […]

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