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Why Flagstaff City Council Supports DACA

Hello Flagstaff!   Recently, the Flagstaff City Council passed a resolution in support of DACA, Dreamers and comprehensive immigration reform. I was proud that the resolution had bipartisan support, and if you consider the facts it becomes clear why sensible immigration policy makes sense regardless of political affiliation. Immigrants are a vital part of Arizona’s […]

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Candidates Forum Tonight

 A Forum with candidates for Flagstaff City Council and Mayor, “Non-profits & the Community”, will be held tonight, Thursday, April 12, 2012, from 5:00 – 8:30 P.M., at the Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, Arizona. All six candidates for Flagstaff City Council and both Mayoral candidates will attend “Non-profits & the Community”.  The Forum […]

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Dew Downtown Flagstaff Event

The inaugural Dew Downtown Flagstaff event is wrapping up, with San Francisco Street expected to reopen by tomorrow morning.  While official attendance estimates have not been released, many locals and tourists turned out to watch the weekend’s snowboarding events.   Obstacles, including a trashcan, benches and even a Toyota FJ Cruiser were part of the […]

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Art Babbott Running Board of Supervisors

 Art Babbott has declared his candidacy for District 1 Coconino County Board of Supervisors and officially resigned from the Flagstaff City Council. “I look forward to sharing my vision for an innovative, vibrant and sustaining future with District 1 residents.  Listening to citizen’s perspectives and priorities is a critical part of formulating good public policy […]

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Leveling the Tax Break Playing Field

Should municipal governments offer tax breaks to some?  Recently, the Flagstaff City Council turned down a tax incentive proposal for a local car dealer. Scott Baugh, who owns Planet Nissan Subaru Jeep, would have received a four-year tax rebate in exchange for bringing a Chrysler-Dodge dealership back to Flagstaff. Flagstaff Business News asked some experts […]

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Preparing For Flagstaff’s Winter

Our City crews began work months ago, preparing schedules, driving routes, maintaining equipment, and training temporary personnel for the Flagstaff winter season. This month, I am going to take the opportunity to answer some frequently asked questions about snow plowing, parking, sidewalks and overall winter safety. Q: Why at times do I see plows out […]

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ADOT’s Northern Arizona News

Interstate 17 Drivers may experience delays near Munds Park for the next couple of weeks, as ADOT crews reconstruct bridges and ramps in that area 20 miles south of Flagstaff.  The project includes new pavement and enhanced pedestrian access for Munds Park.  I-17 will be reduced to one lane in each direction for the next […]

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Businesses Weigh In on Snowmaking

It is high time to get snowmaking underway at Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff. That’s the opinion of 20-year Flagstaff resident, Allan Wolfenberger. As manager for Flagstaff Quickstop, he sells supplies to customers on their way to the slopes. “I think that snowmaking would make local business income more consistent, as op- posed to the up […]

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