PRESCOTT - The group behind a move to ask voters for a sales tax increase to pay for streets and open space came up short in its effort to collect enough petition signatures by a Thursday, April 23, deadline.
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Rod Moyer, treasurer of the Partnership to Secure Prescottís Economic Future, hands Prescott City Clerk Dana DeLong, CMC, a petition full of signatures Thursday afternoon at City Hall. Below, members of the group watch as city staff count signatures.
To get the question on the ballot, they needed 1,865 signatures from registered Prescott voters ...
Friday, April 24, 2015