Share your comments on proposed improvements to Carleton and Alarcon Streets in Prescott during a public open house at 4:30 this afternoon
Design is underway on the reconstruction of Carleton Street from the entrance to Mile High Middle School to South Alarcon, and South Alarcon from East Carleton to East Aubrey Street. The project involves removing and replacing the existing water and sewer mains, installing a new storm drain system and pavement and street improvements, including new sidewalk, curb and gutter, medians and landscaping. Members of the project team will be on hand to discuss the improvements and answer questions. All public comments will be considered throughout the design phase. The open house meeting will be held at the Prescott Police Department Multi-purpose Room on Marina Street.
Signs, signs everywhere signs, but that could change in Prescott Valley
At 5:30 tonight, the Prescott Valley Town Council will hold a public hearing on sign regulations. Last year the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the Reed vs. Gilbert case that municipal codes regulating signs based on the message they convey violate the right to free speech. As a result of this ruling, Town staff is proposing amendments replacing regulations that are based on content with time, manner and place of signs within Town boundaries. Temporary signs in the public right of way would be prohibited, but garage sale and open house signs would be exempt from the regulations. Final approval will be considered at Town Council’s May 26th meeting. Tonight’s public hearing will be held in the Prescott Valley Library Auditorium on Civic Circle.
The 38th annual YCCA Home and Garden Show will feature a unique event
During a live appearance on Tuesday’s Talk of the Town on KQNA 1130 AM, 99.9 FM and 95.5 FM, Cindy Strick from Habitat for Humanity explained they will be building a house right outside the Prescott Valley Event Center. Strick says many people are involved in this effort to build a home for a Prescott Valley mom and her 2 teenagers. The Prescott Valley Police Department and the Central Arizona Fire Authority will square off in a speed nailing competition at 10 tomorrow morning. The losing team will wash the winning team’s vehicle. The YCCA Home and Garden Show runs from 9 to 5 tomorrow and Saturday and 10 to 3 Sunday at the Prescott Valley Event Center. Once the home is finished on Sunday, it will be moved to the corner of Roundup and Cattletrack in Prescott Valley.
An alleged kidnapping suspect has been arrested in Anthem
Cottonwood Police Detective Tod Moore says early yesterday morning, family members reported 31 year old Gabina Cano was possibly kidnapped. Moore explains Phoenix Police located Rodriguez and the victim at the Wal-Mart store in Anthem. Moore explains Rodriguez is facing numerous charges. Cano has been treated for injuries consistent with a struggle and being forcibly restrained.