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Flagstaff City Council To Vote On Property Tax Hike This Tuesday

On Tuesday at Flagstaff High School, the Flagstaff City Council will be holding a Truth In Taxation Hearing on their proposed 7% property tax increase. If you have an opinion on this tax hike, please consider attending and speaking at the meeting or emailing council at:   council@flagstaffaz.gov   More information here:   http://cityweb.flagstaffaz.gov/agendaquick/agenda_publish.cfm?id=0&mt=ALL&get_month=6&get_year=2017&dsp=agm&seq=2793&rev=1&ag=598&ln=14507&nseq=&nrev=&pseq=&prev=#ReturnTo14507read More »

A Toast To Liberty (Join FLA For Drinks & Discussion)

Join Flagstaff Liberty Alliance for drinks and discussion at a casual meeting at The Mayor (409 S San Francisco St) on May 25th at 6:00 pm. This meeting will not be a structured meeting. Instead, it will be an opportunity to meet and talk to other liberty minded people in Northern Arizona and discuss liberty … read More »

FLA Letter To Governor Ducey Supporting Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Dear Governor Ducey, In keeping with our core values of Individual Freedom, Personal Responsibility, and Protecting Civil Liberties, Flagstaff Liberty Alliance strongly supports the Civil Asset Forfeiture reforms in HB 2477. As you know, this bill was passed unanimously in both the Arizona House and Senate and is headed to your desk for your signature. … read More »

Coconino County Board Of Supervisors Now Streaming And Posting Meetings

In March the Coconino County Board of Supervisors started live streaming and posting all of their meetings on the County website. This is something that Flagstaff Liberty Alliance has advocated for for a very long time and we are very happy to see the County embrace this kind of transparency and accessibility. You can watch … read More »

FLA At April First Friday Art Walk

Flagstaff Liberty Alliance is excited have a table outside the Steep – Leaf Tea Lounge in Downtown Flagstaff for the April 7th First Friday Art Walk starting at 6:00 PM. Our table will include live music and literature promoting liberty and volunteerism. We will also be displying art from local artist Micheal Rodriguez who is … read More »

Council Meeting On Flagstaff Living Wage This Tuesday

On Tuesday, February 14th at 6:00 PM the Flagstaff City Council will be holding a public hearing on Proposition 414 (Flagstaff’s $15 wage) and then voting on possibly holding a May special election to amend the law. If council supports a special election, voters will have an opportunity to again revisit the $15 wage in … read More »

FLA Will Have A Booth At Earth Day And Upcoming Art Walks

Last night the Flagstaff Liberty Alliance Board of Directors held our January meeting to discuss activities and events for 2017. Monthly meetings are still on the back burner since there appears to be a lack of interest in the community for a monthly get together. If/When we do bring them back, we may start meeting … read More »

Coconino County Approves Body Cameras For Sheriff's Department

This week the Coconino County Board of Supervisors approved funding for body cameras for the Coconino County Sheriff’s Department. As today’s edition of the Arizona Daily Sun reports: “The Sheriff’s Office is still crafting its policies for the cameras, but they will generally require that the devices be turned on for all enforcement and investigative … read More »

Flagstaff Liberty Alliance Annual Meeting

The Annual meeting of the Flagstaff Liberty alliance will be held on December 7th at 6:00 pm at the Weatherford Exchange Pub 23 N Leroux St. in Flagstaff. As a member of the Flagstaff Liberty Alliance, your input is important to the direction of the organization. Please consider attending so a quorum can be reached … read More »

Thoughts On Yesterday's Election Results

Flagstaff Liberty Alliance watched yesterday’s local election results roll in with much interest and anticipation. At stake were a list of propositions that will impact Flagstaff for years to come as well as key races that were very important to the issues we care about. Unfortunately, voters chose a different outcome on most local races … read More »

FLA Statement On Revisiting RV & Boat Zoning Codes

Near the end of the 6:00 pm Flagstaff City Council meeting on October 4th, council will be making a decision on whether or not to reconsider recently passed changes in the zoning code that impact boats, trailers and RVs. Flagstaff Liberty Alliance supports revisiting the code and making changes that protect private property rights. Our … read More »

A Toast To Liberty (Join FLA For Drinks & Discussion)

Join Flagstaff Liberty Alliance for drinks and discussion at a casual meeting at the Gopher Hole (23 N Leroux St. Basement) on September 28th at 6:00 pm. This meeting will not be a structured meeting. Instead, it will be an opportunity to meet and talk to other liberty minded people in Northern Arizona and discuss … read More »

FLA Positions On State & Local Propositions

Recreational Marijuana Flagstaff Liberty Alliance is recommending a YES vote on Proposition 205. While we would prefer to see complete decriminalization of cannabis, we believe this proposition is a small step in the right direction and will keep some non-violent drug offenders out of prison. The freedom to put what we choose into our own … read More »

FLA Endorses Councilman Jeff Oravits For Another Term

Flagstaff Liberty Alliance is proud to officially endorse Flagstaff City Councilman Jeff Oravits for another term on the Flagstaff City Council. Jeff Oravits has worked tirelessly on issues we care about including urban farming, animal keeping, party ordinance concerns, government transparency & accountability and many other liberty issues. He is by far the most transparent … read More »

2nd Annual FLA Yard Sale

Flagstaff Liberty Alliance is looking for gently used household goods, books, games, clothing, small appliances etc. for our Second Annual Yard Sale. This sale is being held on September 17th from 8:00AM – 1:00PM at 2501 N. 4th Street (parking lot). Donations may be dropped off any time after 6:30AM on 9/17 at the sale … read More »

FLA On The Road: Mayoral and City Council Debate

For our August meeting, Flagstaff Liberty Alliance will once again be hitting the road and attending a local candidate forum. This month we will be attending the Chamber of Commerce debate on August 31st at Little America on 2515 E Butler Ave. The debate starts at 5:30 pm. Come hear mayoral candidates Jerry Nabours and … read More »

Early Voting Starts Today

Early voting starts today August 3rd. All registered voters can vote early at the Coconino County Elections Office on 110 E Cherry Ave. Independents (PNDs) can choose which party primary ballot they want to vote on except the Libertarian primary ballot which is closed. Flagstaff Liberty Alliance has endorsed two primary election candidates who we … read More »

FLA On The Road: Flag City Council Candidate Forum

Flagstaff Liberty Alliance will be taking FLA on the road for our July meeting to attend Friends of Flagstaff’s Future’s Intimate Round Table Style Forum to get to know the Flagstaff City Council Candidates. This event will be held on July 28th from 6:00-8:00 pm at Flagstaff High School on 400 W. Elm Ave. Our … read More »

Volunteer for the FLA Booth at the County Fair

The Coconino County Fair is quickly approaching and we are excited to once again to have a Flagstaff Liberty Alliance booth. This year we need your help more than ever. Several of our most dedicated volunteers have either moved out of town or wont be available and we need to fill as many time slots … read More »

Happy Independence Day!

A photo from our Flagstaff Liberty Alliance entry in last year’s Independence Day Parade is featured in today’s edition of the AZ Daily Sun. This year we won’t have an entry in the parade and instead are encouraging individuals to find a liberty candidate they support and walk with them in the parade. Happy Independence … read More »

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