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KINGMAN – Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District interim Chief Tim King told directors that 10 firms have expressed interest in helping the district select and hire its next full time chief.

 

Directors will review the qualifications of the headhunting companies before selecting one for a contract at a future board meeting.

Vacant seat needs filled

Directors extended the time for interested district residents to submit a letter of interest for possible appointment to the seat left vacant by the resignation of Patti Lewis. The district will accept letters of interest until July 9, with possible appointment coming during a special meeting on July 10.

Whoever is appointed to the seat will have less than six months to serve because the seat will be up for grabs in the November general election. The same is true of the seat held by Director Carl Hays, who was appointed to serve out the term of Vic Riccardi, who was forced to leave the board following a corruption-related conviction.

Anyone interested in running for either of the two seats can pull petitions as early as July 9. Petitions must be submitted with the Mohave County Elections office by Aug. 8.

Tax levy remains the same

A $5.2 million budget was approved with little discussion at Thursday's meeting of the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District board of directors. The secondary primary property tax levy is unchanged at $3.12 per $100 of assessed property value.

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