The Flagstaff City Council listened to around 16 speakers Tuesday night about the city’s minimum wage law. Most of the speakers were asking for the repeal or amending of Prop 414, which would raise the city’s minimum wage to two-dollars more than the current state minimum wage. The group Elevate Flagstaff has pulled a petition to amend Prop 414 to have the minimum wage be 50-cents more than the state’s minimum wage. They need around 44-hundred valid signatures by Friday to appear on the ballot this summer. A few non-profit owners spoke at the work session. Monica Attridge, CEO of the Hozhoni Foundation said if 414 isn’t amended, the non-profit will have to close and around 800 people will lose their jobs. Another owner said they too will close and close 100 people could lose their jobs by the time the wage goes up again in Flagstaff to 12-dollars an hour in July. The public participation period lasted about 45 minutes.