Strategic planning raises questions about ‘culture’ at Prescott City Hall

Barry Aarons, the City of Prescott’s lobbyist and strategic-planning facilitator, left, guides the Prescott City Council through its goals and objectives on such topics as effective government and natural-resource preservation. / Photo by Cindy Barks
Barry Aarons, the City of Prescott’s lobbyist and strategic-planning facilitator, left, guides the Prescott City Council through its goals and objectives on such topics as effective government and natural-resource preservation. / Photo by Cindy Barks

By Cindy Barks | The Daily Courier.

The way the City of Prescott conducts its business – from land development to police services – was central to the City Council’s second strategic-planning session this week.

After kicking off its strategic-planning process in late August, the council honed in on its goals and objectives during a second session on Thursday, Sept. 22.

During consideration of the “effective government” goal, council members mulled over the impression that officials and staff currently project to the public.

Continued:

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