There’s a new member of the Prescott City Council. Clark Tenney was selected by the council Tuesday to fill the seat vacated by Billie Orr. Council voted 6-0 to select Tenney from five candidates, to serve in the seat until the term ends in November of 2023. Tenney has lived in Prescott for over 30 years and serves as assistant principal at Prescott High School. Mayor Greg Mengarelli supports the council’s choice. He says “it was important to me that the successful candidate emulate the values of former Councilwoman Orr. I believe Clark Tenney does that and that he will make an excellent addition to the City Council.” Tenney’s first council meeting will be next Tuesday.