Cottonwood City Council November Roundup

Tosca Henry, Linda Norman, Kyla Allen, Mayor Tim Elinski, Vice Mayor Karen Pfeifer, Ruben Jauregui and Deb Althouse.

Tosca Henry, Linda Norman, Kyla Allen, Mayor Tim Elinski, Vice Mayor Karen Pfeifer, Ruben Jauregui and Deb Althouse.

Cottonwood City Council roundup for November

-The Council agreed to fund Yavapai Broadcasting $42,000 a year for their broadcasting services

-The Council approved a resolution declaring the Cottonwood Airport Commercial Minimum Operating Standards as a public record.

-The Council approved a proposed land trade with Garrison Revocable trust.

-The Council appointed Council Member Kyla Allen to the Northern Arizona Area on Aging.

-The Council approved an ordinance adopting new minimum commercial operating standards at the Cottonwood Airport.

-The Council approved using a self-evaluation form for the contract employees, and creating one annual review form for each contract employee.

-The Council agreed with the sidewalk prioritization list presented by staff.

-The Council directed staff to research a possible land trade at the airport, including get the land appraised.

-After discussing the item under executive session, the Council directed staff to obtain more information regarding possibility of leasing the rough cut building.

-The Council approved dedication and acceptance of a utility easement from the Verde Valley Fair Association.

-The Council approved a proposed reimbursement agreement with Healthy Contributions, LLC.

Cottonwood City Council action items for December

-Council will be discussing a new city logo use policy.

-Council will be interviewing new members to the Historic Preservation Commission.

-Council will be reviewing design options for the Mingus Avenue improvements.

-Council will make appointments to the Cottonwood Youth Advisory Commission.

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