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Appeal hearing set for Tuesday (5/14) evening (6PM) at the County Office on Cherry St. on the meteorological towers at Boquillas Ranch/ Aubrey Cliffs. PLEASE ATTEND. NTUA has appealed the Coconino County P&Z Commission’s decision regarding the met towers. The … Continue reading
By Elisha Dorfsmith Flag Liberty Blog After receiving a tip from a reader this evening, I discovered that on March 6, 2013 the Arizona Secretary of State website was amended to remove CCRC Treasurer Ray Jordan and replace him with … Continue reading
By Elisha Dorfsmith The ongoing saga of corruption and bizarre activity in the Coconino County Republican Party continued today when CCRC Treasurer Ray Jordon was forced to file a police report after he discovered that the bank account for the … Continue reading
Canyon Country Coalition for Responsible Renewable Energy draws our attention to yet another request before Coconino County P&Z. I wouldn’t consider this a “slam dunk” denial before the Coconino County P&Z given: 1. Its and the CC Board of Supervisors … Continue reading
By Domenico Nicosia – AZCentral.com Gov. Jan Brewer issued a declaration of emergency Tuesday for some northern Arizona counties and Native American tribes after extended cold weather caused damage and water shortages in the area. The emergency covers parts of … Continue reading
FLAGSTAFF—The list of write in candidates is final and following is that list. We tried to find the web sites of the candidates to add. If your web site is not listed, please leave a comment on this article. At … Continue reading
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Only voters registered with the Republican party or Green party are eligible to vote in the Feb. 28 Presidential Preference Election (PPE). Recognized political parties are given the option to participate in a Presidential Preference Election and … Continue reading
Lots of excuses and misdirection here (about the only one not spouted is “it’s for the children”)……could it possibly be that the unbridled tax increases passed by the Coconino County Board of Supervisors has drawn the ire of local citizenry … Continue reading
As unbelievable as it sounds, Coconino County is planning yet another property tax increase! Concerned Coconino County residents will be protesting the new tax increase at a special Coconino County public tax hearing on July 12. The protest will start at 2:30 PM outside the County … Continue reading