The Yavapai College District Governing Board announced this week plans to pay off a bond two-years early, which will save county taxpayers millions of dollars. The board approved the payoff of general obligation bonds owed by the college, which will save taxpayers nearly five-million dollars. The payoff was possible because of the sale of Yavapai College’s Prescott Valley condominium to the Town of Prescott Valley. The college has also expanded its center at Panther Path next to Bradshaw Mountain High School. The sale will reduce property taxes countywide beginning in 2019.