Your Supervisor on the Go – August 2021

Zalesky Road Wash

Low Water Crossing Cleanup on Zalesky Road

After Supervisor Michaels received a call from a local resident, Yavapai County Flood Control District is overseeing the cleanup of this location by a private contractor.

Supervisor Michaels and Bob (a local resident)

Letters of Support

were received from Supervisors Michaels and Supervisor Gregory, as well as City of Cottonwood Public Works Director, James Bramble in support of a Cornville Road and Tissaw Road roundabout which is included in NACOG’s Regionally Significant Project List. This project is well-positioned to get a portion of the one-time funding from the State Legislature in 2022, if approved.

Future Cornville Road Corridor Study

This study and funding for potential improvements along Cornville Road is in the proposed 5-year plan for the Regional Roads budget.

SR 179 and Beaverhead Flat Road Turn-Lane Improvement

ADOT construction of overlay project on SR 179 has began. County work on the turn lane will likely be done in the Spring of 2022.

Jerome Slide Area Project Update

90% level construction plans are currently being reviewed, with planned construction starting in the Fall of 2021.Soil nails will be installed to intercept the plane where the failure is occurring and will be covered by a facade of grout. It is not believed that there is any immediate threat for failure.

Board of Supervisors Approvals

The Board of Supervisors approved an addendum with the Town of Clarkdale to add $50,000.00 and one year to the Intergovernmental Agreement from FY 2020-2021 in support of drainage improvements within the Town’s incorporated limits.

The Board of Supervisors approved FY 2020-2021 funding in the amount of $300,000.00 for new Community Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Sedona in support of drainage improvement projects.

Covid-19 Pop-Up Vaccination Clinics

Supervisor Michaels and Spectrum Healthcare Group recently collaborated on bringing a Covid-19 Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic to Verde Village. The clinic was tied in to their Friday Night Dinner Social. Anyone that received a vaccination from the Pop-Up clinic would get a free dinner that night. It was a fun evening with great food and Hula dancers!

Patti, Supervisor Michaels and Cody (Spectrum Healthcare Group)
Supervisor Michaels and Elaine
Hula dancers getting ready for the show

And…a heartfelt thank you…

Supervisor Donna Michaels is honored and thanks all who voted for her as “Best of the Best County Official” by the readers of Kudos and the Sedona Red Rock News. See all of the “Best of the Best” in the August 25, 2021 Kudos Readers’ Choice 2021 publication.

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