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Kingman’s Opportunity Zones: What are they? Why will they matter?

Convincing investors that they should bring their business to Kingman because of the opportunities the City provides may be easier than ever now that Opportunity Zone Census tract nominations have been submitted by Gov. Doug Ducey.

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Kingman recycling program remains uncertain

Council addressed that recycling in Kingman isn’t cut and dry at its meeting Tuesday, and noted there are many variables that need to be considered before the program is dropped or expanded.

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Ryan Dooley addresses relation to Councilman David Wayt

What may City Council and the 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates have in common? After elections, Council could also be using Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family” as an anthem.

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Airport authority says it will have transition meetings with City

Mohave County Superior Court Judge Steve Moss granted Kingman immediate possession of KAA Tuesday in his ruling in favor of the city.

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Kingman's streets need help

City staff and Bacon recommend increasing pavement management investments to $4.5 million each year, which was important to note because budget discussions will begin in May, Bacon said.

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Ron Foggin officially new city manager

Foggin’s employment agreement includes an annual salary of about $148,000.

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Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council Operation 6 underway at Arnold Plaza

“If you want to volunteer, we will find something for you,” Farrell said.

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Transit Advisory Commission holds quarterly meeting

The commission will also discuss additional goals set in the Council and commission workshop Feb. 24.

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Clean City to address curbside recycling

Due to the cost of transporting the recyclables to Las Vegas and a nonexistent recyclables market, staff is recommending the termination of the curbside program.

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Kids use imagination at Kids Kourtyard

Rivero and her sisters, Lindsey and Sydney, along with their mother, want the community to have a place to “come play and come together,” Rivero said.

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