I'm Bill Monroe.
Governor Jan Brewer spoke at Tuesday morning's Republican Women of Prescott luncheon. Brewer voiced opposition to Propositions 121 and 204, which will be on the November ballot. She signed copies of her book, "Scorpions for Breakfast" after the luncheon, which had attendance of more than 400 people.
The Chino Valley Town Council threw its support behind resolutions opposing Legislative measures Tuesday night. The Greater Arizona Mayors Association is asking for the repeal of House Bill 2826, which would require cities and towns to hold elections in even numbered years only. There is also support for letting House Bill 2643 end in 2 years. This measure provides full pay to Police officers who are injured while on duty.
72 year old Prescott resident Elizabeth Wood and her 44 year old son, Edward of Prescott Valley were found dead inside a Robert Road apartment Thursday afternoon. Edward allegedly shot his mother following an argument and her son, 28 year old Daniel Wood shot his brother several times, killing him.
Secretary of State Ken Bennett's office held Town Halls in Prescott and Chino Valley Friday. The purpose of these meetings was to present information on the 9 propositions that will be before voters in November.
On Monday, the Chino Valley General Plan Committee discussed Community Core areas members feel can be used towards the eastern expansion of Old Home Manor. On Wednesday afternoon, the Prescott General Plan Committee wrapped up discussions on economic development and started talks on community quality.
On Tuesday, the Prescott City Council approved a $67,000 contract with Spray Systems Environmental for the removal and disposal of asbestos. This will occur at 12 structures in the Big Chino Water Ranch area. Once the removal is complete, the structures will be demolished.
Wednesday was the deadline to register for the November 6th General Election. Registration was done in person at the County Administrative Services Buildings in Prescott and Cottonwood. Early voting got underway on Thursday.
And the Prescott Valley Town Council held a public hearing regarding grant funding. The Town had applied for $300,000 in grants for Loos Drive improvements, but was unsuccessful. Thursday night's hearing restarted the public participation process for a second round of funding.
I'm Bill Monroe and that's your KQNA News Week in Review.