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Wickenburg Unified School District #9 -- M & O Override
September 25, 2013
The Wickenburg Unified School District is attempting to renew its M & O Override on November 5. In preparation for the vote, they plan to hold two informational meetings on October 8 at the Festival Foothills Elementary Gymnasium. One meeting will start at 1:00 pm and the other will be at 6:00 pm.
The following link is a video from former Arizona State Senator, Rich Crandall, congratulating the Wickenburg Unified School District #9 for being one of the two top innovative school districts in the state of Arizona.
> Read about the M & O Override Renewal
Pulte Homes Letter to Residents re: Mechanics Lien Information
September 18, 2013
You may have recently received notice that a mechanic's lien that was recorded against your property on behalf of Superior Tension, LLC and/or Fort McDowell Yavapai Materials and/or another claimant (the "Claimant"). The Claimant claims to have supplied materials to Pulte's subcontractor, Sonoran Concrete, that were used in construction of your home and for which Claimant claims to have not been paid. > Read Entire Letter
Town of Buckeye Holds Public 2013-14 Informational Budget Meetings
The Town of Buckeye has completed scheduling the 2013-2014 Town Budget community information meetings.
On Monday, May 13, The Town of Buckeye will have a meeting at the Festival Foothills Elementary School from 6:30 - 8:30 pm, where they will brief the proposed budget and entertain questions from the audience. Interested residents are encouraged to attend.
> Details and other meetings being held
> Draft FY13-14 Budget Proposal
Wickenburg USD No. 9 Governing Board Stewardship Report for 2011 - 2012
March 12, 2013
The Wickenburg Unified School District No. 9 has recently released its Report for 2011-12. The report contains information about education, personnel, buildings and grounds, and finance. Feel free to view or download the report [pdf] Wickenburg USD9 Report 2011-2012
Festival Residents Come Through For Kids With Muscular Dystrophy
Anke's Third Annual Golf Tournament held on January 9, 2013 at the Copper Canyon Golf Club successfully raised $14,775. This great cause is part of an effort to send kids afflicted with the disease to summer camp in Arizona. The fundraiser was started by Anke Vanderdrift, a Sun City Festival resient who has been afflicted with MD since age 37.
Anke is presented with the check in the picture to the left. A sincere thanks goes out to all who participated as golfers, volunteers and contributors.
The Town of Buckeye Satellite Office Is Closed
January 10, 2013
The Town of Buckeye Festival Satellite Office''s last day of service to the public was Wednesday, January 9th. Development Services staff were on hand to conclude their two month pilot program of issuing building permits.
The office opened in early June, 2012. Based on an August, 2012 status report from volunteers serving in the office, hours of operation were reduced from four to two hours weekly due to little public foot traffic. In December, the Town re-evaluated the purpose for the office and determined that, due to continued low numbers of visitors, the office would close to the public.
Town services are available at the Buckeye Town Hall, 530 E. Monroe Avenue, Buckeye, AZ 85326 phone 623-349-6000
Sun Valley Parkway Traffic and Signage
March 30, 2012
Town of Buckeye Council Member Ray Strauss informed us that, in response to growing concerns by residents over traffic on Sun Valley Parkway, Town of Buckeye Mayor Jackie Meck has contacted Maricopa County Supervisor Max Wilson to request assistance. The two primary areas of concern are the intersection of Sun Valley Parkway and Canyon Springs Boulevard, as well as drivers inadvertently driving on the wrong side of the road on the Parkway. Signs indicating "wrong way" and "do not enter" are needed at periodic locations along the Parkway to address this particular concern.
The County Supervisor informed Mayor Meck that he would have his staff immediately address the situation. As the Community Association becomes aware of developments on this matter, we will share our information with residents.
Introducing the New Del Webb "Owner's Entry" Web Portal
Del Webb is pleased to announce the roll-out of the new "Owner's Entry" web portal. "Owner's Entry" is a live and personal portal tool designed for Del Webb homeowners. It is a central point of access for important and timely information about home buying and home ownership. Content on the portal includes information for new buyers on the status of construction, options and pricing details of your home.
Both new buyers and all other Del Webb homeowners can enjoy access to a variety of exclusive savings on national partner brands and partner benefits, helpful tips on caring for your home and information on submitting warranty requests, etc. Should you wish to gain access to the site, please register via the main Del Webb website at http://delwebb.com
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