Mohave County Board of Supervisors have stopped using Municode, and moved back to the county’s old way of codifying ordinances.
A six-month report on the Mohave County Animal Shelter, which Mohave County took over in June of 2019, was presented to the Board of Supervisors on Jan. 21 by County Manager Assistant Yvonne Orr, who directly oversees the project at 950 Buchanan St.
Mohave County Health Coalition was just established as a nonprofit, with Dr. Waheed H. Zehri, the chief of staff at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center in Bullhead City as its CEO for a year.
The immediate Kingman area has four animal shelters. The main one at 950 Buchanan St. – the Mohave County Animal Shelter – fulfills the requirement that each county operate a facility so that dogs and cats are not running wild.
It’s almost crunch time for the 2020 U.S. Census, and the local census committee wants to make sure the numbers are crunched correctly.
Delivering her report to the Mohave County Board of Supervisors at the Jan. 21 meeting in Bullhead City, Supervisor Hildy Angius of District 2 expressed her concern over the future of the Second Amendemend Sanctuary movement she started in Mohave County.
A group of Mohave County citizens filed a follow-up complaint on Jan. 10 to the county administration regarding Planning and Zoning Commission member LaJuana Gillette, demanding action.
After six troubled years, Mohave County is saying goodbye to Municode, a computer-based search engine that promised easy access to thousands of county ordinances – researched, edited, indexed and published both in books and online.
Despite a battery of tests and an exhaustive investigation, she was buried the same way she was found – without a name.
Mohave County Supervisor Buster Johnson of District 3 has requested that an updated inventory of all county buildings be conducted, and that a facilities plan be developed to meet future building needs.