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Date Range
2001 2018


Report was compiled using actual caseloads in each of the three alternative providers adjusted for a common weighting factor. This weighting factor is the same weighting factor utilized in establishing staffing requirements and is predicated on American Bar Association and National Legal Aid and Defender Association standards.

Contributors
Law Offices of the Mohave County Public Defender (Ariz.)
Created Date
2001/2008

Public health preparedness has been both an opportunity and a challenge for our department. These challenges have created a lot of extra work for public health professionals but they have also created a better system. It has given public health the opportunity to educate the public about our role in protection every day and during emergencies.

Contributors
Mohave County (Ariz.). Department of Public Health
Created Date
2006/2014

FY 2010 is the first annual report issued under the new structure of Indigent Defense in Mohave County. One of the major changes is that all expenditures related to every criminal case are now allocated to the agency which was assigned the representation of the case.

Contributors
Mohave County (Ariz.). Office of Indigent Defense Services
Created Date
2010

The purpose of this Community Health Profile is to provide a factual basis for informing community decision-­‐making regarding health and quality of life issues in Mohave County. It is one part of an overall initiative to identify, prioritize, and address health needs to ultimately improve health and quality of life in Mohave County.

Contributors
Mohave County (Ariz.). Department of Public Health
Created Date
2013

It was decided to revise the 1980 Havasu area study, since the area had changed so much. The members felt that to retain some control over the growth a revised area plan was needed and decided to have the area covered to be just the 72 square miles of the Desert Hills Fire District, rather than the whole of the unincorporated Lake Havasu Area north of the City.

Contributors
Mohave County (Ariz.), Mohave County (Ariz.). Development Services Department
Created Date
2009-06

In 1995 Mohave County adopted the “Mohave County General Plan” which included a countywide land use design. Included were several surrounding small communities. These communities subsequently created their own more specific area plans which were then included in the Mohave County General Plan. However, Dolan Springs was identified as an “outlying community” which would not be included. Dolan Springs then created their own area plan.

Contributors
Mohave County (Ariz.). Planning and Zoning Commission
Created Date
2003-12-15

The purpose of the Drainage Design Manual for Mohave County is to supplement the Mohave County Land Division Regulations by providing minimum requirements and guidelines for addressing storm water issues associated with new and existing development. A secondary purpose is to provide guidance and detail for implementation of the District's Floodplain Ordinance.

Contributors
Mohave County Flood Control District
Created Date
2009-08-24

Grace Neal Parkway and Bank Street are located in the northern Kingman area partially outside of the Kingman city limits. This report discusses of creating a new arterial roadway providing safety and convenience for vehicular traffic and pedestrians. Although Grace Neal is referred to as a parkway, its designation for design is arterial.

Contributors
Brooks Engineers & Surveyors, Mohave County (Ariz.)
Created Date
2007-04-30

From May 2005 to June 2005, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality conducted a study, Potable Well Sampling Task 4.0, to determine if the chromium and chromium VI plume due to the discharge of the Pacific Gas and Electronic Topock Compressor Station has migrated under the Colorado River and impacted water supplies in Arizona. The ADEQ investigated the total chromium and hexavalent chromium (chromium VI) concentrations in (1) public water supply wells, (2) combined industrial and domestic water supply wells, and (3) private domestic water supply wells at Topock and Golden Shores, Arizona. The communities of Topock and Golden Shores ...

Contributors
Arizona. Office of Environmental Health, Arizona. Department of Environmental Health, Lin, Hsin-I, et al.
Created Date
2005-09-07

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and the California Department of Toxic Substance Control worked together to assess background levels of naturally occurring metals in groundwater wells at Topock and Golden Shores, Arizona. The communities expressed concerns regarding the findings, thus the ADEQ requested the Arizona Department of Health Services to evaluate whether these naturally occurring metals in groundwater wells are present at levels that may cause adverse health effects.

Contributors
Arizona. Office of Environmental Health, Lin, Hsin-I, Herrington, Don N.
Created Date
2006-03-21