“Here at the Town of Prescott Valley we see the new year as an opportunity to shift into a new gear. I often say that new changes in government do not happen overnight. We believe that 2023 will be eventful, and the fruits of the labor of Town Council and Town staff will become apparent to many.
“Our goal is to think outside the box and provide a level of service and amenities to each of our ‘customers’ that is second to none.”
—Mayor Kell Palguta
PRESCOTT VALLEY ADDS NEW COUNCIL MEMBER
Due to the resignation of Council member Roger Kinsinger because of family circumstances, the Council conducted a special meeting Dec. 19 to select three finalists of 11 applicants to fill the vacant seat until December 2024: John Gorman, Lucy Leyva and Eric Tetreault.
After interviews and a final Executive Session discussion, Leyva was chosen. She is a 22-year resident and Prescott Valley business owner who ran as a write-in candidate in the last local election.
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• The fun starts April 1 with the annual EGGstravaganza at the Prescott Valley Civic Center Theater on the Green, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The free outdoor event features egg hunts, inflatables, face painting and more.
• April 28, Prescott Valley celebrates Arbor Day with a tree-planting ceremony and children’s activities. Help make Prescott Valley more beautiful and give back to the community.
• May 13 starts the Summer Music on the Green concerts on the lawns of the Civic Center. Bring your blankets and chairs; the concerts are free.
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