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The election for the 2015 Board came to an end on Wednesday, November 19 after two weeks of voting.    The following candidates were elected to serve on the Home Owners Association Board for 2015 and will be welcomed at the November 25  Board Meeting.  Camilla Kuberka, Sharon Major and Ritchie Miller will be serving three-year terms; Don Thompson will be serving a two-year term.

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Arizona Corporation Commission

Public Comment Session

EPCOR Full District Consolidation

Presented by:

Sun City Home Owners Association 

Recreation Centers of Sun City, Inc.

Tuesday, November 25 – 1:00 p. m.

Sundial Auditorium 14801 N. 103rd Ave. Sun City, AZ

“YOU” Must Say NO to full consolidation! Say NO to an 89% increase!

Probably the most important Sun City Meeting

You will attend this year!

Invite Your Neighbors and Friends!

For more information,  contact 623 974 4718

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SUN CITY PHONE DIRECTORY – The Sun City Phone Directory is updated each year.  The 2015 edition will be available mid-January.  Copies are delivered to Sun City residents by the Lions Club; copies are also available at the SCHOA office.  The yellow pages of the directory may be accessed by clicking

 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 hand delivering petitions for residents up through the end of November if they are brought to the office.  For further information, contact the office at 623 974 4718.

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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    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.

MEDIAN LANDSCAPE AND CONSERVATION PROJECT -  Maricopa County continues to  address community concerns regarding the recent median landscape and water conservation project.  The project began in early June on Alabama Avenue and Peoria Avenue between 99th Avenue and 111th Avenue.  Appreciation is expressed to to MCDOT for their ongoing investment in Sun City. Sun City Median Landscape and Water Conservation Project – June, 2014

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SENIOR TOOL KIT - The Arizona Attorney General’s office has published a Senior Tool Kit.  SCHOA has copies to provide as long as they are available  at no charge.  The information is also available by visiting There is important information for all seniors.   Topics covered include scams, identify theft, ATM fraud, credit card fraud, on-line auction fraud, health care fraud, caring for aging loved ones, elder abuse, task force against senior abuse (TASA), top ten consumer tips, protect yourself from fraud and various other resources.

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