Vice Mayor Travis Lingenfelter believes Arizona Revised Statutes are more specific than Kingman Municipal Code in reference to when and how emergencies may be declared, a finding pertinent to Mayor Jen Miles’ recent face covering proclamation.
Kingman Mayor Jen Miles has issued a proclamation requiring that all persons age 6 and older wear face coverings when entering places of business serving the public to combat COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the cancellation or postponement of many events, especially in certain states such as Nevada and California.
Medical marijuana dispensaries in Kingman may have a little more operational wiggle room should city council end up agreeing with the Planning and Zoning Commission, which on Tuesday, June 23 voted to allow those businesses to operate seven days a week and an additional three hours per day.
The City of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission will consider approval of a number of changes to the zoning ordinance regarding medical marijuana regulations at its electronic meeting set for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 23.
Arizona has equal chances of experiencing a 2020 monsoon season with levels of precipitation that are normal, drier than normal or wetter than normal.
Additional Americans with Disability Act improvements are on the horizon for the intersection of Andy Devine Avenue and Stockton Hill Road.