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January 23, 1987 739 Abandonment of Cathedral Vista Drive  
February 21, 1989 780 Abandonment of Portions of Third Street and Alley, Humboldt and Wells' Addition, Humboldt  
February 27, 1989 781 Road Name Change From Owl Slick Road to Tissaw Road, Cornville  
March 6, 1989 779 Abandonment of Portions of Manzanita Avenue and Oak Lane, Mile High Properties No. 4, Hassayampa Mountain Club  
March 20, 1989 782 Urging the AZ State Legislature to Create a State Revolving Fund (SRF) for Construction of Sewage Treatment Facilities  
March 20, 1989 783 Water Transfer Policy for Yavapai County Basins  
March 20, 1989 784 Declaring Territory Annexed to Highland Pines Domestic Water Improvement District  
April 3, 1989 785 Patricia Road, Steven Boulevard, Unnamed Road Name Changes  
May 1, 1989 786 Resolution of Intention to Participate in Case Processing Assistance Fund  
May 22, 1989 787 Resolution of Intention to Participate in Family Counseling Program  
May 22, 1989 788 Abandonment of All roads in Highland Estates Unit I  
June 5, 1989 789 Establishing Several Streets and Roads as County Highways  
June 5, 1989 790 Greene Road. and Huffman Drive, Names Changed to Michael K Drive  
June 12, 1989 791 Abandonment of a Portion of Hecla Street  
July 17, 1989 792 A Resolution in Support of a Constitutional Amendment to Prohibit the Desecration of the American Flag  
July 17, 1989 793 A Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County, Arizona Authorizing the Submission of an Application for FY 1989 State Community Development Block Grant Funds and Certifying that said Application Meets the Low and Moderate Income Benefit Requirements of the State CDBG Program  
July 17, 1989 794 A Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County, Arizona Adopting a Residential Antidisplacement and Relocation Assistance Plan, as Required Under Section 104 (d) of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 as Amended  
July 17, 1989 795 A Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County, AZ, Certifying that the Urgent Need Health Hazard Condition be Addressed with FY 1989 CDBG Funds Developed or Became Critical within 18 Months Preceding Adoption of this Resolution & that the Activity will Alleviate or Eliminate the Condition, & that there are No Other Financial Resources Available to Meet this Need  
July 17, 1989 796 A Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County AZ, Identifying FY 1989 Community Development and Housing Needs and Activities to be Undertaken to Meet Such Needs  
July 17, 1989 797 A Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Yavapai Committing Local Funds as Leverage for the 1989 Community Development Block Grant Application  
July 17, 1989 798 To Designate April 1990 as "Fair Housing Month"  
July 24, 1989 799 A Resolution Opposing the Burning of Hazardous Waste at the Phoenix Cement Plant in Clarkdale, Arizona  
August 7, 1989 800 Superseding Resolution No. 458 and Adopting a Street Naming and House Numbering Ordinance  
August 7, 1989 801 Lynx Creek Road Named  
August 7, 1989 802 Abandonment of a Portion of Kopavi Trail, pine Knoll Estates Unit 4, Hassayampa Mountain Club  
August 14, 1989 804 Establishing a Portion of Nancy Drive as a County Highway  
September 5, 1989 805 Abandoning a Portion of Mullen Way  
September 11, 1989 806 Rancho Vista Hills Road Name Changes to  
September 11, 1989 807 Abandoning Portions of Agua Fria Avenue and Fourth Avenue, Mayer Townsite  
October 10, 1989 808 Rancho Vista Drive, Rancho Vista Hills Amended, a Portion, Name Changed to Weeping Willow Lane  
October 23, 1989 809 CSA Coordination of SOBRA Reimbursements  
December 4, 1989 810 Naming a Portion of Unnamed Road (a.k.a. Kopavi Trail) Pine Knoll Estates, Unit 4 Amended, Mountain Club  
December 20, 1989 811 Request Delay of One Year in Route Transfers by ADOT in Yavapai County to Provide Time to Establish a Regional Process for Acceptance and maintenance of Routes Transferred  
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