Prescott Mayor talks about 20132012 was a notable year within the City of Prescott.
By: Jason Schulte, Pierce County Herald
PRESCOTT – 2012 was a notable year within the City of Prescott.
Mayor Mark Huber talked about those moments and laid out the hopes for 2013 during the Prescott Chamber of Commerce meeting, Thursday, Jan. 10, at Great Rivers Printing.
It was a year of change as Huber became Mayor when Mike Hunter didn’t seek reelection. The Council also experienced three new members as Huber was elected Mayor and Marissa Holst and Clair Eaton didn’t seek reelection. They were replaced by Joshua Gergen, Galen Seipel and Maureen Otwell.
Huber also mentioned, among others, residents volunteering their time and efforts in the search for Scott Meyer, the ordinance to own chickens and ducks with the village, the city refinancing its debt which saved taxpayers $400,000 and the prospects for the business park.
“There are prospects,” said Clerk Jayne Brand. “The question is how interested are they?”
For more please read the Jan. 16 print version of the Herald.