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© 2011 by Jack D. Wilson Photo courtesy of spekulator. I first visited Prescott Arizona in 1995. I was living in Chicago and working for Amoco Corporation but had started to investigate potential retirement destinations. At that time I was … Continue reading
Is Macerich getting ready to redevelop the Prescott Gateway Mall into a Fashion Outlet Mall? Read on to find the answer. Continue reading
Guest post by Noel Breen commenting on the latest cartoon by Prescott City Councilman Jim Lamerson. Continue reading
Arizona campaign finance reports should provide transparency to a political campaign. Here we see how they can be compromized. We also look at a local situation similar to the Rupert Murdock cozy relationship with politicians and police, happening in Everybody’s Hometown. Continue reading
The Tourism Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 14 has been moved to Thursday, July 21. Also, at this point it is unclear if the committee will be reviewing the seven (7) proposals submitted as part of the $100,000- … Continue reading
© 2011 by Jack D. Wilson Jim Lamerson is a sitting member of the Prescott City Council. In fact, he is the vice-mayor. He never misses an opportunity to discuss his love of the United States Constitution, a copy of … Continue reading
The City of Prescott has posted a RFP for a $100,000 contract for Tourism Marketing: http://www.cityofprescott.net/_d/bids/BP-11CMO0055.pdf Extremely Tight Deadline — why? The RFP has these deadlines, basically only allows nine (9) business days to respond (in my experience 30 days … Continue reading
© 2011 Jack D. Wilson Well, I must admit I did not write this rap; that honor goes to KayAnne Riley (a former Marine). I did do the animation and I hope you enjoy it. If you do, pass it … Continue reading
Entrepreneurs, freelancers and small start-ups now have a alternative to the coffee shop or back bedroom — it is called coworking and a new facility (Launch Pad Prescott) in Prescott AZ joins more that 700 worldwide. Attend the soft opening tour on March 24. Continue reading