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Towns explore advisory board
Written by Mark Lineberger   
Thursday, 19 June 2014 10:23

Yavapai College is exploring the possibility of creating a board of residents from the Verde Valley to advise the college’s governing board.Camp Verde Mayor Charlie German leads the town meeting held on June 11. One of the issues on the table was appointing members of the council to join a board formed to help govern Yavapai College. The board will consist of other town officials from the Verde Valley.

Camp Verde Councilwoman Carol German said she had listened to the idea at a meeting with college officials.

“There was a strong feeling … of leaving the Verde Valley out,” German said.

German said there was a sense of the Verde Valley not being adequately consulted and a general lack of communication perceived by some.

The feeling of the Verde Valley being left out arose with some folks after the most recent 10-year plan for the college was released, giving 98 percent to campuses on the other side of Mingus Mountain.

A report considered by the college last year reportedly predicts that Yavapai County’s population will grow by 23 percent in the next 10 years, with most of the increase centered in Prescott Valley.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, June 18, edition of the Cottonwood Journal Extra.

 

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