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6/5/2013 10:20:00 AM
Council to canvass election results
Prescott Valley Tribune


The Town Council will certify the results from the May 21 runoff election and discuss several issues Thursday.

The official results show Councilman-elect Marty Grossman won a two-year seat with 2,795 votes (52.1 percent) while Matt Zurcher received 2,544 votes. Voter turnout exceeded 26.6 percent in the all-mail ballot general election with 5,380 of the 20,171 voters casting ballots.

Grossman will join Stephen Marshall, who was elected to a four-year seat March 12, as new members of the council, and will take the oath of office June 13.

The council also will hear a presentation from Steve Rutherford, a new member of the Central Yavapai Fire District board, on the district's budget.

The special meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. and takes place in the library auditorium, 7401 E. Civic Circle.

The council also will meet as the boards of the community facilities districts to adopt their budgets for the fiscal year beginning July 1.

A study session will follow with the council discussing four items.

Those items are:

• An amended memorandum of understanding with the Northern Arizona Council of Governments for the voucher transit system.

• Contracts for annual public works materials and supply programs.

• A change order for renewing contracts for swath mowing, striping, street sweeping, landscape and weed control, and janitorial services.

• The 2013-14 annual chip seal maintenance program.

Related Stories:
• Grossman beats Zurcher to take 2-year Prescott Valley Town Council seat





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