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City officials respond to Cohen's 'Who is America?'

“Every community has a handful of people that are intolerant,” Gates said. “And often times I find that these people, the only way they can feel good about themselves is to make themselves feel superior to someone.”

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Burnett, Foggin still in run for city manager

Mayor Monica Gates, Vice Mayor Jen Miles and Interim City Manager Jim Bacon will visit the home cities of the finalists this week, and interview employers and professional references.

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City to focus on strategy for EDD

In addition to providing thoughts on how Kingman can work to develop a successful economic development department at Tuesday’s Council meeting, Interim City Manager Jim Bacon also laid out areas of emphasis for the City to focus on within its strategic plan.

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Three options remain for TPT ratification by City Council

City has town hall scheduled for Tuesday

Ratification of the increase in the Transaction Privilege Tax, or sales tax, is going to be a “pretty straightforward process,” city attorney Carl Cooper said at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

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City’s 2018 fiscal budget to remain much the same as 2017

The city is reducing its debt, and the increased sales tax rate could bring in an additional $3.1 million, but projections for the 2018-2019 fiscal budget aren’t much different than a year ago, Interim City Manager James Bacon said Tuesday.

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Plenty of interchanges work for Council Tuesday

City Council is poised to work on the continuing controversial interchange projects during its regular meeting 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.

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City government needs space; is it affordable?

The city government is busting at the seams, and the solutions aren’t going to come cheap City Council discovered at Tuesday’s regularly scheduled Common Council meeting.