January 9, 2017
Mayor Monica Gates
Stories this photo appears in:
In light of recent events, I reached out to the local Muslim community and was extended an invitation to meet with Muslim community members over the weekend.
I am proud to call Kingman home and proud to serve as Mayor. The depiction of our community in the Showtime program “Who is America?” does not represent the vast majority of our residents. Let’s be clear, this program is not about exposing intolerance but about inciting intolerance.
Gov. Ducey scheduled to be guest of honor of Patriot Dinner at the end of February
The electoral season is heating up with several local candidates pulling packets for City Council
Mayor Monica Gates attends a town hall in Mesa: ‘We must repair and maintain our failing facilities’
People talked about improving education in Arizona by recruiting and retaining highly qualified teachers
As one of the two dissenting votes when the Kingman City Council raised the Transaction Privilege Tax, or sales tax, rate at its Aug. 15 meeting, Mayor Monica Gates took to Facebook Friday questioning its validity and transparency.
If approved, city would share $200,000 cost with Mohave County
The Kingman City Council will look at adopting a resolution tonight regarding the shared costs of a hydrology study.
Economic development will be the focus of the agenda when the Mohave Republican Forum meets at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Golden Corral, 3580 Stockton Hill Road.
Kingman City Council will hold public workshops on several issues
Mayor Monica Gates in a written statement to citizens Friday revealed what could be called Kingman’s top 10 list of priorities.