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12 June 2018
 

School may be out, but lunch is still available.

Humboldt Unified School District serving free meals to kids 18 and under.

Schools in the Humboldt Unified School District are serving up free meals to kids 18 and under.  Coyote Springs Elementary on Cattletrack Drive in Prescott Valley and Humboldt Elementary on Corral Street in Dewey-Humboldt are serving lunch from 10:30 to noon through July 19th.  Both schools are closed Fridays and weekends.  Lake Valley Elementary on Starlight Drive and Mountain View Elementary on Loos Drive, both in Prescott Valley, are serving breakfast from 8 to 9 and lunch from 11 to noon through July 20th.  Both schools are closed on weekends while breakfast and lunch won’t be available at any schools on the 4th of July.  No paperwork or registration is necessary and adults can buy meals.  

 

Prescott Council to consider Airport rehab.

The Prescott City Council meets at 3 this afternoon to consider a nearly 6 million dollar grant for the Prescott Airport.  According to City Manager Michael Lamar, one of the airport runways has very old and severely deteriorated asphalt pavement.  The last pavement rehabilitation was done over 14 years ago.   Lamar says the existing condition of the pavement generates large amounts of debris that can severely damage aircraft operating on the runway.  A Federal Aviation Administration grant that will pay for most of this project is scheduled to be received on June 20th.  With City Council approval, Fann Contracting will perform night work at the Airport.  Council’s voting session will be held at City Hall on South Cortez Street.  

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