Prescott Within Reach Of Retiring Pension Sales Tax Years Early

By Cindy Barks | Cindy_Barks

Originally Published: December 27, 2021 3:13 p.m.

City of Prescott firefighters extinguish hotspots in a small wildland fire in 2014 in downtown Prescott. City officials are seeing the police and fire pension sales tax efforts paying off; rather, paying down the unfunded-liability debt to the extent that the city may be able to retire the dedicated sales tax years early. (Courier file)

City of Prescott firefighters extinguish hotspots in a small wildland fire in 2014 in downtown Prescott. City officials are seeing the police and fire pension sales tax efforts paying off; rather, paying down the unfunded-liability debt to the extent that the city may be able to retire the dedicated sales tax years early. (Courier file)

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