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Wagging tails make for smiling faces

With the two new dog parks and the potential for a third, the City of Kingman is adding 8 acres of dog exercise areas for its citizens and their pets to enjoy.

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Airport efforts are taking off

At Tuesday’s meeting, Gary Kellogg, economic development director, provided Council with an update on his department’s efforts at the airport.

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Kingman cleanup set for Saturday

“The idea behind it is it’s going to make the neighborhoods look a lot cleaner,” said Todd Davison, ERACE coordinator, earlier in June.

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Board of Supervisors appropriates flood control funding

Supervisors approved the allocation of flood district tax funds to Lake Havasu City in the approximate amount of $2 million, Bullhead City received about $862,000, approximately $590,000 will go to Kingman, and about $22,000 to Colorado City.

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Kingman Crossing headlines chamber dinner

At its April 3 meeting, Council gave Jim Bacon, former interim city manager, approval to work with KRMC in preparing a development agreement for the design and construction of the Kingman Crossing interchange.

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ABF labor dispute dismissed by Board of Supervisors

The employee, a truck driver who said he was speaking on behalf of other drivers, is concerned with the relocation not because of the move itself but due to the location chosen.

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Recycling, City beautification at Clean City Commission

The commission and Rob Owen, Public Works director, said at CCC’s May meeting that continuing the curbside recycling program would most likely require the City to have its own material recovery facility.

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Golden Valley first-degree murderer has appeal denied

Philip John Martin claimed double jeopardy in 2012 killing of Steven Schwartz

Murderer wanted deadlock jury to be considered as an acquittal

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City hosts 2nd public hearing on home rule option

As some cities provide services others don’t, Arizona’s constitution lets citizens vote on alternatives to the limitation.

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Mohave County supervisors vote to keep constable salaries the same

The board voted 3-2, Johnson and Bishop voting against, to keep constable salaries at their current rates with the exception of Hoggard’s salary, which was raised to $15,000.

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