Nearly $8.3 million in capital improvements highlights 2018-2019 budget
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve a tentative budget with debts projected to exceed income by $9 million.
After close to two years of discussions and considerations, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve a five-year contract for Russ Martin to continue as town manager.
If the Mingus Union and Cottonwood-Oak Creek districts were to consolidate into one district, the Clarkdale-Jerome School District would not be a part of the district.
COTTONWOOD – At a 3 p.m. special meeting Wednesday, the Mingus Union School Board could retain legal counsel to represent the district in litigation that would challenge legislation affecting the possible merger with the Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District.
Brian Armstrong to continue as commander until Town makes ‘plan to move forward’
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office is again searching for a marshal.
New dress code approved for Cottonwood Community Schools
The budget, which awaits a public hearing before its final approval in July, sounded off in the affirmative for Cottonwood-Oak Creek teachers in the form of a 12-percent salary increase.
Ken Zoll meets with Camp Verde School Board
CAMP VERDE – Following Tuesday’s 5 p.m. meeting at the Camp Verde Library, the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts Foundation introduced itself to members of the Camp Verde Unified School District’s governing board.
The Camp Verde Unified School District has a “disproportionate amount of teachers in grants,” according to business manager Steve Hicks.
After spending what must have seemed like a lifetime in Tucson, the Piper family now calls Camp Verde home.
Based on Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District’s most updated proposed budget for fiscal year 2018-2019, last year’s teachers would be entitled to 12-percent pay increase this year, said David Snyder, the district’s business manager.