Cooperstown Field of Dreams

Timing, as they say, is everything. Even baseball games rely on timing – from the pitch and the swing, to whether or not you run or stay – everything revolves around a rhythm that cannot be ignored. Miss that timing, and you’re out… there are no “mulligans” or second chances. The same holds true...

Part 1: The Public-Private Imperative – (CAP) Advocating for Responsible Growth

This is the first article in a four-part series about the Central Arizona Partnership (CAP) mission, which is to advocate for responsible growth. Subsequent articles will explore more deeply relevant issues and possible management strategies associated with: 1) Healthcare, 2) Education, and 3) Water Resources. The Public-Private Imperative Entering 2015, rural Yavapai County communities...

Central Arizona Partnership to Host Economic Developments Speaker Dr. Stephen Happel, ASU Professor Emeritus of Economics

Dr. Happel is a nationally recognized speaker on the current outlook for the U.S. and individual states’ economies, key demographic trends affecting financial institutions, Federal Reserve policy, and current tax/spending proposals. Known for clear and factual presentations that incorporate lighthearted humor, he can engage any audience, and encourages people to think critically and question...

Talk of the Town: Using actual data for water use makes sense

The success of complex regulatory programs requires the implementation of policies that are driven and supported by high-quality data. Today, the Prescott City Council will review and discuss a staff recommendation to modify its policy regarding the allocation of residential water for new subdivisions requiring alternative water supply. The existing water allocation policy has...

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