Part 4: Water and Annexation, The Dynamic Duo – (CAP) Advocating for Responsible Growth

The fourth article in a four‐part series about the Central Arizona Partnership (CAP) mission of “advocating for responsible growth”. Water and Annexation: The Dynamic Duo Whenever the topic of water or annexation is discussed, it is frequently an issue that generates great emotion. This is probably true in most communities, but it is especially 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 are...

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 ideas...

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 been...

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