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WATER WATER/WASTEWATER PETITION –

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!

It continues to be important residents request EPCOR not allow full consolidation of all the EPCOR wastewater districts based on the EPCOR information indicating each Sun City wastewater user would experience a 90% rate increase if this full consolidation was approved.   EPCOR noted in their ACC response there are capital improvement costs for the Sun City District of $9.3 over the next five years.  If full consolidation was to take place, Sun City users would be required to pay an additional $22.5M over the noted five-year period.  This equates to subsidizing other district costs in the amount of $13.2M.  Sun City residents have responded overwhelming against being expected to subsidize other districts for their poor planning and choices.

Residents have expressed their opposition and it is important to continue to do so.  Copies of the following petition are available at the SCHOA office for residents’ convenience.  It is important that the Arizona Corporation Commission hears from Sun City residents.  ACC Petition 092414  Many residents have been providing their friends and neighbors with copies of the Letter of Opposition that SCHOA has made available and have asked for copies of the petition to gather signatures.  SCHOA will be mailing petitions for residents up through October 8 if they are brought to the office.  For further information, contact the office at 623 974 4718.

ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION CANDIDATE FORUM!

You won’t want to miss this opportunity to meet the candidates who are running for the Arizona Corporation Commission!  If you would like to ask them  their positions on topics pertaining to Sun City, this is an opportunity to do so.  The meeting will take place at the Sundial auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Friday, September 26 For further information, contact 623 974 4718.  RUCO-ACC Meetings

TulipsOPEN AIRE MARKET SCHEDULED SPRING, 2015

SCHOA is pleased to have the next Open Aire Market scheduled, which will be a Spring Fling and is scheduled to take place at the Sundial Recreation Center on March 16, 2015.  Information and registration forms are available at   Open Aire Market Invitation   2015 Open Aire Market Registration.  All vendors who have attended in the past will receive registration information by email.  If you haven’t participated in the past and would like to receive information as soon as it becomes available, contact  Marketing@suncityhoa.org    The date of the event has been moved to the spring to allow “snow birds” the opportunity to join this fun event and to meet many local vendors.  Early registration is strongly recommended.  For further information, contact 623 974 4718, ext. 211.

SEPTEMBER TOWN HALL MEETING

September’s Town Hall Meeting addressed “Sun City” Desert Oasis or Original Urban Coyote Community?”  The highlights of the meeting included basic coyote biology, how to keep small pets safe, and options for resolving human-coyote conflicts.  Also discussed were community approach for long-term resolution of wildlife conflicts.

Attached are handouts from the meeting.   Living with WL for Sun City 2014 small

2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION PROCESS HAS BEGUN!

2014 VotingThe election process begins each year by members of the Sun City Home Owners Association who are interested in being a candidate filling in required paperwork to run for open Board seats.  This year there are four open positions for Board members.  Being a Board member is an excellent opportunity to participate in the well being  of the Sun City community.

If you would like a Board candidate application, they are available at the SCHOA office or you may print the attached  Board of Directors Candidate  Packet (below) and return it to the SCHOA office.  Once applications are received, candidates will be notified to schedule a meeting with a current Board member.

Being a member of the SCHOA Board is an excellent way to share your talents and background with Sun City.  If you are aware of a Sun City resident who may be interested in joining the SCHOA Board, please share this year’s 2014 Board of Directors Election information with them.

RULES OF ELECTION

SCHOA Pride

Candidate Packet – SCHOA DATA

Candidate Packet – BOARD Information

Board Member Code of Conduct

2014 Candidate Form

If you have any questions, contact the SCHOA office at 623 974 4718.

 SENIOR MEDIAN LANDSCAPE AND CONSERVATION PROJECT HAS BEGUN!  Maricopa County has begun an extensive median landscape and water conservation project.  The project began in early June on Alabama Avenue and Peoria Avenue between 99th Avenue and 111th Avenue.  Do travel safely in this area; the project is scheduled to be completed in approximately four months.  For more information regarding this project, open the following link.

Sun City Median Landscape and Water Conservation Project – June, 2014

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Upcoming Events

  • Professional genealogist and author Robert M. Wilbanks IV will be the featured speaker at this month’s meeting.  He is an accomplished historian and graduate of Arizona State University.  He has also attended the Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research at Stamford University.  Topic:  “Researching the Passed: Death Records and Cemeteries” will help family researchers on their hunt for ancestors.  For further information, contact 623 933 4945.

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  • Banner Olive Branch Senior Center will be hosing a “Medicare Open Enrollment” serious beginning with  a “Meet and Greet” on September 17.  The dates of the series are:  October 15 (All Aboard – First Session of Open Enrollment), November 12 (Smooth Sailing – Second Session), December 3 (Last Call – Last Session), and February 11 (Change of Heart – for individuals qualified to change their minds).  For information contact the Banner Olive Branch at 623-974-6797.

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  • Banner Olive Branch Senior Center will be hosing a “Medicare Open Enrollment” serious beginning with  a “Meet and Greet” on September 17.  The dates of the series are:  October 15 (All Aboard – First Session of Open Enrollment), November 12 (Smooth Sailing – Second Session), December 3 (Last Call – Last Session), and February 11 (Change of Heart – for individuals qualified to change their minds).  For information contact the Banner Olive Branch at 623-974-6797.

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  • RESEARCH TRIP TO WASHINGTON

    The West Valley Genealogical Society is sponsoring a research trip to Washington, D. C. and will be led by Linda Swain, past President of the Family History Society of Arizona.  Included in the trip with be the White House, Smithsonian, and the National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony.  For more information, contact Carole Roath, 623 933 4945.

     

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