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PUBLIC RECORD REQUESTS-CITY OF PRESCOTT-Record(s) requesting: FISCAL RECORDS for 2007 thru2014-Pt 8c

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  • Wesley Sketo (2:50 pm)

Great couple of days. Really enjoyed the panel, folks. Looking forward to networking and learning in Reno.

  • JJ Jeremy Jones (2:49 pm) Thank you all for sharing your knowledge and insight.

  • Joy Collura (2:48 pm) Thank you Tanya, Karels, Rich, Mike, Eric for your interactive actions today. You were felt. Thank you for everything. (clap, clap, clap) Delete Comment JC

  • MM Max Matias (2:48 pm) Mahalo nui loa.

  • RD Rusty Dunham (2:48 pm) Thank you everyone!

  • Joy Collura (2:43 pm) Private Industry is sustainable and it will help with it yet in some way "transparency" in using those Private Sectors is important too because the struggle with FOIAs / PRRs happens once you involve the private areas and this is a long term situation and also there are folks who landscape scale the burn scars "in person" so really pay attention to that when you have some of these Private Dozers folks out there because for some reason those private areas reach out to me and I want to make sure their mental healths are thought about...they matter too.

  • Joy Collura (2:33 pm) @Linda Collister- that is so amazing to see your comment. Thumbs up! Delete Comment JC

  • LC Linda Collister (2:32 pm) This is for Chief Hoover. After being devastated by wildfires, we are using all of the tools including prescribed fires in our area in and around the City of Healdsburg. Meet the People Burning California to Save It | NYT News v=w5hmMEadask

  • Joy Collura (2:22 pm)


  • Joy Collura (2:18 pm) Agreed, sir. It is better. I am watching. Delete Comment JC

  • Joy Collura (2:17 pm) thank you, thank you, thank you Karels too. Keep that word strong going. It matters! Delete Comment JC

  • Joy Collura (2:16 pm) Please LISTEN to this lady- REGISTER!!! Please. If you do, one of my prayers answered. Delete Comment JC

  • Joy Collura (2:14 pm) @Wesley Sketo (2:10 pm)- thank you. I will head to those this week. I appreciate it. Delete Comment JC

  • Joy Collura (2:11 pm) Hannah Mogck NEWHow do you see GIS being used in fire in the near future? Will it be implemented in prefire operations? Are there ways on-the-ground crews can use it to monitor real-time fire activity more effectively? My Reply: That is a "grey" area because GIS is not fully a reliable tool so there would have to be old school training along with GIS training and waivers must be included due to possibly injuries and or fatalities because if one relied just there through the progression of fires- it is just a tool in a tool box but it is quite helpful along with so many other resources. There are folks who do use GIS and the Prescott Academy really has a quality course of Fireline Technology. I personally would not rely on it when there is so many other resources that can help. I mean, people like Robert (Bob) Powers kept on me on the 10 & 13 / 10 & 18 - there is a lot to be said in that tool alone if fully utilized. Fire mapping is not always great for the fact of the true time data to the public or real time actions would not always match on the GIS so there are delays to keep in account. Delete Comment JC

  • WS Wesley Sketo (2:10 pm) Joy, a couple of answers to your question on the other page. NFPA is migrating the ASIP Assessing Structure Ignition Potential training to an online format. Should be coming out soon. Also check out COCO Mitigation Best Practices out of Colorado. Lastly, FEMA has an online training that's kind of a high-level intro.

  • Steven Jensen (1:57 pm)

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  • Jeremy Rutherford (1:24 pm) A CAFS would make your mop-up duties light work so you can get to that bourbon So, yes, you would be correct. CAFS go well with bourbon.

  • Joy Collura (1:19 pm) @Hugh Jass - I am a "student of fire" with the end goal to do a blend of Forensic Weather - Fire History of the transitioning of Old School to New School and getting the data to accompany to help bridge in figuring out where currently there are some really good work out there in the WUI areas that is done usually on a small town local base and there is some brilliant quiet minds happening. I am just a student, sir. JC

  • HJ Hugh Jass (1:16 pm) Joy, Who do you represent?

  • HJ Hugh Jass (1:14 pm) You know what goes well with Bourbon ...CAFS!!

  • JR Jennifer Russell (1:12 pm) @Gwen Beavans thank you so much for that! Agree 100% $$ and FTE for PREVENTION

  • Joy Collura (1:11 pm) @Vicente E Tovar (1:06 pm)Agreed there. Especially the millionaire and billionaire ones who know all too well how it rolls --- when I am asked to consult there I refuse the risk but give them solid takeaways in getting their Govt. entities involved and why. I noticed in the last few years there is more Private Sector actions that is a risk that could be avoidable. The rancher topic is a good one. I truly wish there was more direct discussions with them especially the ones who want to burn the lands to plant trees and use it for hunting purposes. I agree with you Vincente. Good reply. Delete Comment JC

  • GB Gwen Beavans (1:10 pm) PLANNING for wildfire prevention and using risks, values and hazard mapping is an amazing option. PAY for wildfire prevention first. PRE-vention means it is done first. Support the staff, the training and the various strategies of wildfire prevention, not just education, but enforcement, engineering and administrative strategies. I appreciate the dialogue. Just sharing some thoughts as I hand this program of wildfire prevention off to the next leaders!

  • VE Vicente E Tovar (1:06 pm) @Joy Collura Another factor that I've noticed are folks who own horses, livestock, etc. They are delayed in evacuation and the good Samaritans who come to their aid add to that. DB David Boots (12:57 pm) David Boots -- Howdy from Denton (TX) FD!

  • Joy Collura (12:53 pm) How I recap 2021 going into 2022 Season- I look at documented and real times Point of origin variances. Progression. Burn Scars. I look at resources and look at actions to the actual ones out there. I look at the first annual with COVID 19 vaccinations being a big push with Govt entities and I look at illness / deaths where retardant was laid down on "live" fires with FFs and local owners to that fires, How many retired firefighters and Hotshots who live in that area s of Wildland Fires and have refused to evacuate? Many. Also seen delayed crucial information to the public will be another factor. I am concerned that there is so much reliable documented sourced areas yet CAPLES RX just seem to fade away- 1. The USFS ENF personnel did, in fact, light the fires knowing of the red flag conditions and there is witnesses2. The fire effects are much less than “beautiful” and were not “achieving desired conditions” 3. You say you saw “1,000 acres … not destroyed” yet failed to talk about the spot fires that were several hundred acres4. And what about failing to mention the VLAT retardant drops in the Class 1 Caples Watershed. Did you have the opportunity to witness any of those? anyone? There id direct current need not just with the pandemic but also lives in WUI areas for health safety and for the FFs that fought them and as well there is a NEED to retrain certain areas because WUI is an important area yet we need to really look at the predicted acreage that needs to be prescribed burned or other reasons and working with traditional and non traditional mutual agreements that can help. We need to blend old school to these new ways.

  • MH Mickie Helberg (12:03 pm) Hill City Kansas

  • WK Wesley Keller (11:18 am) Building that data into a 911 CAD system will allow ICs to make those important calls much earlier. More data sooner is better.

  • JR Jeremy Rutherford (11:11 am) You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. Same thing applies as to whether departments or PBA's want a FREE demonstration. The equipment speaks for itself then! Look for us in Reno next year.

  • VE Vicente E Tovar (11:03 am) Sell, sell, sell! :)

  • JR Jeremy Rutherford (10:57 am) PODs and powerful CAFS seem like a a great combination. Known suppression risk and minimal water needed to run a CAFS could really make an impact at high risk locations.

  • BS Bruce Suenram (10:45 am) Hello Ann Walker!

  • TC Teresa Crisman (10:36 am) Hello from Maryland, Office of the State Fire Marshal

  • SO Steve Orr (10:31 am) Yes the majority of the land adjacent to our district is private, with some County and a little federal

  • LM Larry Mastic (10:16 am) Larry Mastic, Coordinator, WFLC-Northeast Region

  • SO Steve Orr (10:08 am) Michael Caggiano and others have been doing some nice POD work here in CO

  • SO Steve Orr (10:08 am) Michael Caggiano and others have been doing some nice POD work here in CO

  • AW Ann Walker (10:08 am) Good morning from SW Oklahoma

  • KC Karen Curtiss (10:07 am) Good morning from sunny Central Oregon!

  • MP Mark Parker (10:05 am) Chris Willden, we are all volunteer

  • JH Jennifer Hansen (10:04 am) That video was AWESOME! Great job!

  • JR Jeremy Rutherford (10:04 am) Good morning everyone! If you have any questions about man-portable (backpacks), UTV/ATV CAFS (compressed air foam systems) please let me know!

  • MS Mark Stinson (10:03 am) Good morning from Austin Texas

  • BW Bill Ward (10:01 am) Good Morning from Bill Ward with PumpPodUSA maker of the HeloPod

  • HS Harley Spaeth (10:00 am) Lake Cavanaugh WA fire dist. 7

  • NS Nolan Sapp (9:59 am) Good morning from Naples Florida

  • SO Steve Orr (9:59 am) Good morning. Steve Orr with West Metro Fire in Lakewood, CO here

  • JG Justin Green (9:58 am) Loudoun County Fire and Rescue, Leesburg, VA

  • MP Mark Parker (9:58 am) good morning from Bear Lake County, Idaho

  • LB Ludie Bond (9:58 am) Florida Forest Service, Gainesville, FL

  • SP Sheryl Page (9:57 am) Good morning from Pueblo, CO

  • SO Shawn Olson (9:57 am) Morning everyone, Clackamas Fire District #1, Oregon

  • MM Madison Mead (9:57 am) Good morning from Sausalito, CA

  • RM Rich Martinez (9:54 am) Good morning! Elko, NV

  • DF Dennis Fiore (9:45 am) It's great to join all of you from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • BW Brad Wright (9:44 am) Brad Wright, Emergency Management Coordinator, Pulaski County, VA

  • LB Lawrence Buja (9:38 am) A beautiful day at University of Nevada, Reno

  • TW Tracy Warren (9:36 am) Tracy Warren. Delta, BC

  • MM Melinda Myers (9:35 am) Hello from Knoxville

  • FB Faith Berry (9:34 am) Good morning from the US Fire Administration.

  • KB Kevin Bass (9:34 am) Good morning from Newport Beach, CA

  • DD Diana Daubenspeck (9:34 am) Good morning from Minnesota!

  • MA Michael Alegria (9:33 am) Good Morning from Avalon, Catalina Island CA

  • JH Jennifer Hansen (9:33 am) Howdy! Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, South Jordan, UT

  • MA Mohammed Al-Yahywi (9:33 am) Hello. I am Mohammed from Saudi Aramco fire protection department. It is my pleasure to be with you

  • JF John Francesconi (9:32 am) John Francesconi Eagle Fire Department , Eagle, Idaho

  • ML Michael Lopez (9:32 am) Good Morning from Santa Barbara, CA

  • BS Bruce Suenram (9:31 am) Hamilton Rural Fire District, Hamilton, MT

  • RD Rusty Dunham (9:30 am) Laramie County Fire Authority Cheyenne, WY

  • TO Tammy Owen (9:29 am) Tammy Owen, Clackamas Fire #1, Oregon

  • CR Chris Revels (9:28 am) Chris Revels, SC Forestry Commission

  • RI Rocky Infanger (9:27 am) Moring! Lewis & Clark County MT

  • MB Mark Baker (9:24 am) Austin, Texas Fire Department Wildfire Diivision

  • JJ Jeremy Jones (9:23 am) Bartow County Fire and Emergency Services Cartersville Georgia

  • VE Vicente E Tovar (9:16 am) Morning! Vince Tovar, San Manuel Fire Department, Highland Ca

  • JB James Brower (9:16 am) Good Morning. Smith Valley Fire District, Flathead County, MT

  • CW Chris Willden (9:15 am) Lone Peak Fire District, Utah

  • JB Jodie Barram (9:14 am) Good morning! Jodie Barram, Oregon Living With Fire, Bend, Oregon

  • KM Kristin Mortenson (9:10 am) Kristin Mortenson, MT DNRC, Missoula, MT

  • RH Randi Hunewill (9:06 am) Randi Hunewill, TMRF, Reno, NV

  • SB Stephen Boyle (9:05 am) Good morning, Steve Boyle Leadville Fire Colorado

  • CH Chantelle Hodge (9:03 am) Good Morning, Chantelle Hodge FireSmart, Penticton Fire Department.

  • LK Leon Konz (9:03 am) Leon Konz, TN Div. of Forestry, Knoxville, TN

  • MG Marci Garcia (8:58 am) Good Morning, Marci Garcia San Diego Fire-Rescue Department-Wildland Management and Enforcement

  • JM Josh Masterson (8:56 am) Josh Masterson - St. Maries Fire Protection District, St. Maries Idaho

  • KS Kari Shanklin (8:55 am) Kari Shanklin- Clackamas Fire District #1, OR

11-16-21 8-4:30pm I will be here:

While I wait for it to begin, let me share HOW my day started. I said to my husband he can use his cell all day because I had this WUI event then go to Dan's. No medical need for his cell.

Tuesday November 16, 2021 8:39am (4min18sec) I used his work cell. I called the Yarnell Courts on the status of the order of protection that was denied by the judge from Dj Helms Summer 2021. Rose answered and rerouted my to Phyliss.

The judge should have it ready to present and I stated it has escalated ( this is now in the land's attorney's hands to handle ) being that the 1min24sec message Sgt Ashby left the landowner recently assumable by the metadata 11-15-21 8am that her paperwork would end up with the County's Attorney's office and that the signs are being kept in Evidence ??? awaiting the case to be resolved and they are going forward - process to try to charge me for trespassing. This is bogus, folks.

The reason I state "Recent" above and not confirmed the 11-15 as metadata because the lawyer got an email by landowner

Date: Tuesday, November 16th, 2021 at 7:05 AM -

"Good morning [redacted ATTORNEY CONFIDENTIALITY] , I'm forwarding a (11/8/21) phone msg from YCSO SGT Ashby regarding several of my "No Trespassing" and other signs from the Yarnell property that I discussed with you during our initial meeting.

She's claiming these are actual "evidence" in a case she's building with the Yavapai County District Attorney's office and gives the DR number I had requested.

This alleged case she's working on has to be regarding the time Joy allegedly "trespassed" on the lower left corner of the Helm's property, where our property and the Helm's adjoin.

She was under my direction to place some signs in an area I thought was our property. This was from me erroneously telling her to do so based on my interpretation of the survey map that I had.

The actual property boundary in that corner was made clear to me on or about October 23, 2021, [JOY A COLLURA: we all know here when I had my seizures if ya read the posts--- wrong month- 9-24-21] we had Mr. Bob Harget, the surveyor, return to the property to explain to me the actual boundaries in the lower left corner of the property.

So then, if there is a "case" against anyone, it should be me, and not Joy [A] Collura.

Thank you and best regards,



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