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At 12:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21, Yavapai County Education Service Agency will sponsor the 74th annual Yavapai County Spelling Bee at the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, 210 Camp Lincoln Road, Camp Verde.
At 6 p.m. Tuesday, the Yavapai-Apache Nation’s tribal council and the Camp Verde School Board will meet at the Nation’s tribal council chambers, located at 2400 W. Datsi St. in Camp Verde.
Camp Verde’s American Heritage Academy campus is now one of four school/districts to take part in the Arizona Science Center’s professional development program.
Camp Verde’s town staff has asked council to reject all three bids to complete Phase 1B of the town’s sports complex, and to direct staff to revise the plans and specifications and rebid Phase 1B. Wednesday, council will consider town staff’s suggestion.
CAMP VERDE – On March 6, the Camp Verde Town Council unanimously voted to enter a 25-year agreement to lease 35.81 acres to the Camp Verde Arena Association for its plans of a rodeo facility.
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could fill three openings on its Planning and Zoning Commission, and two of four openings on its Board of Adjustments and Appeals
On Dec. 5, Camp Verde Town Council agreed that Champions Way should be the name of the entrance road to both the town’s wastewater treatment plant and the new Camp Verde Sports Complex.
On Dec. 5, the Camp Verde Town Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding with the Camp Verde Arena Association that would provide $80,000 for predevelopment activities of an arena that would be constructed northeast of the Camp Verde Sports Complex.
Two years ago, the Camp Verde and Montezuma-Rimrock fire districts entered into a Joint Powers Agreement to form the Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority to share services and to reduce administrative redundancies.
Empowering voters – and defending democracy. That’s the motto of the Greater Verde Valley’s branch of the League of Women Voters.
Two weeks ago, several Camp Verdeans told Town Council that they were not pleased with the Town’s 52-percent debt ratio.