This Week's Speaker

M.J. Smith

Prescott Downtown Partnership





Program Committee Meets First Monday of the Month, 7:00 am Waffles & More

Membership Committee Meets Second Monday of the Month, 7:00am Waffles & More
Board of Directors Meeting, Third Thursday of the month, 4:00pm On-line
Last Meeting Highlights
President Clent presided, Art Harrington provided the prayer, Phil Goode led the Pledge and Bruce Moeller the 4 way test.
Thought for the Day from John Scholl: Your never too important to be nice to people.
Richard Hernandez was the Sargent.  We played “Wild Arse Wednesday”.  Maximum fine was $3.00.  If you fine someone and they already had $3.00 in tips you had to pay for their tips. Greg Raskin was immediately fined $3, Art was fined for being in Showlow and the dollars kept rolling.  Clent was fined $2 for abandoning the Star Ship Enterprise; Phil Goode was fined for being in the dark.  Jerry Fohrman fined himself for scaring his wife 10 days ago.  Jerry Hulm gave $104 happy bucks for his Anniversary and Birthday.  We all got lost in the math and Glen Hammond gave happy bucks for that.  Kathryn gave 5 sad bucks for the fires in CA as they are affecting their friends. 
 AJ announced the need for more notetakers and Todd answered the call.
A.J. introduced our speakers Alvin Stump and Deborrah Miller from the Prescott office of Arizona Department of Transportation. Alvin is the Northwest District Engineer and Deborrah is the Communications and Community Projects Manager.
Alvin reviewed the ongoing construction projects in our area including one project on SR 89 and three projects on SR 69. He discussed a future project on SR 69 from Prescott lake Parkway to the Yavpe Connector and the I-17 project from Anthem Way to Cordes Junction. The design for the Black Canyon City to Sunset Point portion of the I-17 project includes constructing two flex lanes next to but separated from the southbound roadway by a concrete barrier. The flex lanes would be open to either northbound or southbound traffic depending on the peak traffic direction. Access to the flex lanes would be controlled by gates or a similar mechanism.
Deborrah reviewed the department’s public involvement which includes listening to a diversity of voices and viewpoints from across the state that provide valuable insight to help inform the decision making process for each project. She also mentioned that the public could obtain current traffic alerts for construction projects by phoning 511 or on the web @
President's Message
Clent Walker
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Greetings fellow Sunpians,
Welcome to a new week filled with new opportunities.  Like the rabbit in “Alice in Wonder Land”, it always seems like there’s so much that needs done but never enough time in which to do it.
This week as you relax and do whatever it is that you might be doing, try to think of something we can do to leave a positive impact on our community.
Like Thomas Edison once said: “If we all did the things we are really capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves”
I hope to see you all on Wednesday, and enjoy the rest of your week.
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