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Goal is to try and jumpstart anemic business construction activity

 

KINGMAN – Commercial building fees will be waived over a 17-month trial period in an effort to boost development activity in the city of Kingman.

The council voted Tuesday, Feb. 20, to waive all fees for plan review, inspection and building for commercial endeavors.

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Economic Development Director comes before Arizona Town Hall
KINGMAN – Months of discussion and debate over economic development topics came to a head at the April 18 Kingman City Council meeting.

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KINGMAN – An April 14 Kingman City Council work session turned into a three hour-long brainstorming session.

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MOHAVE COUNTY – In an effort to better serve taxpayers, Mohave County Treasurer, Cindy Landa Cox, is pleased to announce the Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City temporary satellite offices will be open in April for second-half tax payments.

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Local finalists have come up short in their bid for appointment to vacant positions on the Divison One Arizona Court of Appeals. Mohave County Superior Court Judge Rick Williams of Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City-based private practice attorney Ken Moyer will keep their current jobs, at least for now.

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MOHAVE COUNTY ­– The National Park Service (NPS) has released a prospectus seeking proposals for a 15-year business concession opportunity to operate a full service marina at Katherine Landing in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area (LMNRA).

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Job openings can be viewed at DotFoods.com/careers

Photo courtesy of MCC; Governor Ducey speaking with MCC President Dr. Michael Kearns at the ground breaking.
Photo courtesy of MCC; Governor Ducey speaking with MCC President Dr. Michael Kearns at the ground breaking.

BULLHEAD CITY – Dot Foods, the nation’s largest food industry redistributor, was welcomed to Bullhead City with an April 5 ground breaking at the 45-acre site where it will build its 11th distribution center. The new $30 million facility will be built near the Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport, just east of the aviation tower.

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