Hooray for Dorothy Pedros letter of Feb. 14. I believe far more people agree with her than not.
Let me see if I can understand, Mingus Union School Board is taking taxpayers money to hire lobbyist to oppose the taxpayers right to vote?
The amended Letter of Intent for Borowsky’s urban development of 2100 units when current zoning is approximately 140 residential will negatively affect the footprint of rural Cornville. Cornville’s present infrastructure cannot support this type of urban density.
Yet again, we have a horrendous crash on Cornville Road, one that led to the death of a young girl.
The developers of Spring Creek Ranch have submitted an amended proposal calling for 2,100 housing units: 1,500 manufactured or site-built home lots of which up to 200 may be used for recreational vehicle pads, 400 rental units and a 200 unit assisted living facility.
Mitt had a choice and with all the senators who pledged verbally and in writing I did expect them to follow their conscience.
Workforce housing is not the government’s problem. It is a business model error.
We now live in a country where our elected representatives are unwilling to compromise on basic issues which are important to every American, such as health care.
We need leaders who have a moral compass and a compassionate heart, rather than grabby hands demeaning as many women as he is allowed.
I was in attendance at the Camp Verde Town Council meeting on January 8, 2020 that has been the topic of great discussions in the local newspapers.
When there is nothing left to fear but fear itself, another impending disaster is needed to give government more power over the electorate and a larger share of its wealth.
Now, after President Trump asked the Ukraine president to reopen the investigation, the Dems are screaming that Trump is seeking DIRT on Biden.
75% of Americans which includes the Republicans, wanted witnesses in the Donald Trump impeachment trial.
If witnesses had been called, it would have led directly to the heart of the White House.
No one could have sent a better response to ‘Mr’ Garrison than Suzanne Gosar in regards to the terrible money wasting, intrusive Verde Connect.
I would hope he would not rush to judgment til all evidence is in and prove he is a trustworthy Supervisor of his county.
I am for a fair trial. Senator Schumer states that the only way the trial can be fair is to call witnesses.
It’s looking pretty grim for our democracy as we know it; if, as predicted, the Senate votes for acquittal of this president without first hearing from any witnesses at all, they will be essentially voting for a king who can do whatever he wants without consequence.
The Sedona City Council has again listed traffic as a top priority. It’s not just Sedona’s problem. It is the Village of Oak Creek’s problem also.
There are many items that should be on the Legislative agenda this session: legalizing marijuana, expanding rape definitions, and passing a constitutional amendment to make sure that state elected offices are filled only by Native Arizonans.
Kudos to Eric Jurisin and Bob Backus for bringing the Cottonwood City Council and management to their senses before giving the store away and providing the Marriott hotel developer with substantial “corporate welfare” on the purchase of the prime City owned land parcel at Hwy. 89-A and 6th Street.
This may only be the beginning for them to attack our town citizens. Who will be next on their agenda? I wouldn’t trust them one bit. They should be ashamed of themselves.
I have not heard one shred of defense of the President, only complaints that he was unjustly accused. If so, than PROVE it, so we can all go on with our lives.
When the so-called Brady Bill passed, Sarah Brady, chair person on what was then called “Handgun Control, Inc.”, said, “This is an important first step.” Makes you ask, “step toward what?”
In 2019, Verde Valley Humane Society took in 1,533 pets, returned 369 lost pets to their owners, trapped, spayed/neutered and vaccinated 138 feral cats.