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Predicting Election Effect on Investments

No matter which candidate is elected president this month by American voters, financial advisor Will Hepburn predicts a sell-off in 2017. “I don’t have a crystal ball, but I am a student of market history, and the first year of a presidential cycle brings a lot of governmental change,” explained Hepburn, president of Hepburn Capital […]

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Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce’s BIZPAC Candidate Endorsements for Mayor and Council

Advocating for business before government to affect good public policy that creates a strong business climate and vibrant economy is part of the mission of the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce. BizPAC, the political action committee of the Chamber, is designed to be instrumental in electing proactive, business-minded candidates in Flagstaff. We engaged in a […]

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Many Reasons to Vote Yes on Prop 412

Why should Flagstaff residents support the bond issue for a Municipal Court? There are many reasons to vote ‘YES’ on Proposition 412 on November 8, 2016.   Cost effectiveness: Prop 412 will enable the City and County to create a joint facility on the site of the vacant, old jail in downtown Flagstaff. By sharing […]

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Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Supports CCC Override

The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Proposition 410, which will be on the upcoming Nov. 8 ballot. Prop 410 asks voters to help the Coconino Community College fund programs for vocational skills and replenish staff numbers through a property tax increase. “We are absolutely clear that our local employers need skills training for […]

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Coconino County Hires Government Relations Director

 Coconino County has chosen Todd Madeksza to be part of its leadership team as Government Relations Director.   Madeksza has been the Director of Legislative Affairs for the County Supervisors Association of Arizona (CSA) since 2006 and has worked as the Director of Licensing and Education at the Arizona Department of Real Estate. He holds […]

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Dr. Lisa Campos Elected to NACWAA Board of Directors

 Northern Arizona University Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Lisa Campos has been selected to the 2014-15 National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA) Board of Directors. It will be Campos’ first year serving on the board. “I am honored to have been selected to serve on the NACWAA Board of Directors,” said Campos. […]

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Flagstaff 40 Urges Yes Vote for Education

The Flagstaff 40 urges all voters to vote YES for FUSD Override, Question 1 on the ballot.   The Override will continue an existing tax that enables FUSD to maintain all-day kindergarten, smaller class sizes, reading and math interventions, arts and other essential programs. Because it is a continuation, taxes will not increase because of this […]

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Upcoming City Council Debate Tonight

This week’s debate will feature Flagstaff mayoral and city council candidates at the Raddison Woodlands Hotel from 6:00-8:30.   The event is free and sponsored by Coconino County Republicans, Flagstaff Liberty Alliance, Flagstaff Republican Women, Flagstaff Tea Party, NAU Conservatives and Young Americans for Liberty at NAU. The debate can be seen on a live […]

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