“In communities that are certainly larger, like ours, they can be and sometimes are a threat to smaller mom-and-pop based businesses or specialty shops,” Kellogg said.
Council also slightly expanded the scope of the Stockton Hill Road project. The first expansion adds a portion of Gordon drive between Stockton and N. Shadow Road to the mill and overlay work.
“When you uproot a tournament, it’s almost a forgone conclusion you’re going to lose teams,” Fruhwirth said. “This particular tournament bucked that trend.”
According to Moline’s estimations, creating a procurement department within the City would cost more than $207,000 each year, which does not include the cost of finding space for the division.
While people most assuredly still enjoyed themselves over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, it appears they did so responsibly as the Kingman Police Department made only one DUI arrest and the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office made none.
“It’s a family-friendly festival where everyone is welcome and celebrated,” she said of the event.
“I highly recommend, even if they’ve attended a town hall in the past, to attend because there’s always new stuff happening,” said Public Affairs Officer Mary Dillinger.
“It’s not all law enforcement, it’s not all business owners,” Schuster explained. “We wanted a plethora of different experience levels that we can bring forward to apply to all the different situations we find ourselves in.”
One of the first questions fielded by City Manager Ron Foggin and councilwomen Deana Nelson and SueAnn Mello Keener at Wednesday’s Mohave Republican Forum meeting was in regards to how Kingman is addressing its roads without funding.
The comment period for the Arizona Department of Transportation’s tentative five-year construction plan began Friday, March 15, and remains of importance to the City of Kingman and its efforts to bring to fruition the Rancho Santa Fe traffic interchange.