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Mining reform coalition holds open meeting

By Nina Crowder Copper Area News Billed as a forum to present the “other side” of the Resolution Copper Mine issue, last week’s open meeting was well attended by both opponents and proponents of the mine and proposed land exchange. The public informational meeting was sponsored by the Concerned Citizens and Retired Miners Coalition. Roger Featherstone

with the Arizona Mining Reform Coalition led the discussion of the Gosar Oak Flat Land Exchange Bill, which he said is a big loss for the public and a big win for foreign mining giants. Congressman Gosar is leading the charge for the newest version of the Oak Flat Land Exchange, HR 687. This is the 12th version of the land exchange since it was first introduced in 2005. Featherstone asked, is

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this bill in the interest of the citizens of the United States? It serves the purpose to make it easier for two foreign mining companies Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton to export valuable American natural resources overseas and allow profits at the taxpayer’s expense, he said. Featherstone further discussed why this is a bad idea: the revenue would not go to taxpayers, this would devastate the region’s water supply, destroy habitat, endangerment of plants and recreational effects. “The new copper mine is not needed in Arizona at this time,” Featherstone said. “There are other

mines in the area that aren’t running at full capacity and it makes a lot more sense to fully utilize the existing mines.” Rio Tinto, he continued, seeks to justify the destruction of Oak Flat in the name of jobs and economic benefits that it says will flow to the State of Arizona and the local economy as a result of their mine. Rio Tinto, Featherstone further said, has based most of their glowing job and economic impacts figures on a report they hired Elliot D. Pollack & Company to prepare titled “Resolution Copper Company Economic and Fiscal Impact Report, Superior, Arizona.”

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Among some of the flaws, Featherstone said, the report assumes that there will be no environmental costs associated with the proposed mine and that the construction and operation of the proposed mine would not conflict with any other economic activities or values. Rio Tinto’s report, Featherstone said, was

recently exposed in a report examining the Pollack study prepared in September of 2013, by the independent consulting firm of Power Consulting, Inc. titled “Exaggerating the Net Economic Benefits of the Proposed Resolution Copper Mine, Superior, Arizona: A Critical Review of Resolution’s Economic Forum, Page 8

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Pinal County Attorney compiles ‘Brady List’ By John Hernandez Copper Area News Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles is working to create a list of police officers with questionable integrity issues. It is being designed to make it more efficient in complying with the 1963 Supreme Court ruling requiring prosecutors to disclose evidence to defense attorneys including

evidence that calls into question the integrity of the witness even law enforcement personnel. This list is commonly referred to as the Brady List by government agencies that maintain this data base. The name is derived from the Supreme Court case Brady v. Maryland. Letters have been sent by the County Attorney’s

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Superior Council invites public to help clean up By Nina Crowder Superior Sun October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Superior Town Council has officially recognized the designation. The council last week signed a proclamation. Carolyn Gillis from the Domestic Violence

Safe Home in Globe was introduced to the council and spoke to them about their services. “The purpose of the safe home is to provide women and children that are in domestic violence situations a safe place,” Gillis said. “Our home is a four bedroom with 11 beds.”

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Last year, 104 women and children stayed throughout the year. A question was asked about men in domestic violence situations. Carolyn explained that they are not able to take men, but there is a home in Safford that does. The council also proclaimed October as National Head Start Awareness Month. Hilda Cardenas from the Superior Head Start invited the public and town council to the Head Start open house set for Oct. 24 from 8 a.m. to noon. Head Start is located on Lobb just north of Main Street. Margaret Gaston, Town Manager, introduced two new employees for the Town of Superior. Joe Eddie Moreiga will be in Public Works. He has 27 years of experience working in City of Mesa. David Romero, who grew up in Superior and has experience in payroll and accounting, will be the Administrative Aid

A Cemetery Clean Up Day organized by the Town of Superior will be held on October 12, 2013, starting at 7:00 am. Come and help clean up Fairview Cemetery. Bring gloves, weed eaters, shovels, and help clean up the cemetery. for Town Hall. The Superior Student Council President and members of student council addressed the council regarding permission to hold a Homecoming Parade for Superior High School on October 18, 2013 at 4 p.m.

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on Main Street. The line-up will be near the Presbyterian Church. They invited the whole community to take part in this year’s homecoming events. The council granted permission for the annual homecoming parade. The council also approved an alcohol beverage permit for the Magma Club for a graduation party. The council addressed concerns from the Senior Center regarding the quality of food that is being served at the center and delivered to homebound seniors. The Hayden Senior Center has the contract. Annie Hinojos, Director of the Hayden Senior Center, and Hayden Mayor Charles ‘Chale’ Vega were on hand at last week’s meeting to help address the concerns. They brought samples of the food that is served. “Any food establishment will get some complaints and most of these can be taken care of through the directors,” Hinojos said. She met with Councilwoman Mila Besich Lira, Gaston and a representative of the

Superior Senior Center and assured them that they will be working through the issues. “Communication to the clients and each other is a key,” Hinojos said. She explained that the food is weighed and portioned according to federal guidelines. “Sometimes the clients actually (microwave) the food for ten minutes, when all is needed is three minutes,” Hinojos said. The directors, she explained, try to educate the clients of the cooking times and help them through this process. Call to the Public Several residents and business owners spoke to the Superior Town Council during call to the public and addressed a number of concerns. Sandra Doyle told the council about issues she has at the Caboose Visitors Center. “The bathrooms need to be cleaned up we want to make a good impression on the winter visitors,” she told Mayor Jayme Valenzuela. Businessman Sonnie Sansom acknowledged that there is a problem with weeds throughout

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Fairview Cemetery town. In some areas, he said, the weeds are knee high especially some streets coming into Main Street and at the cemetery. Additionally, Sansom also invited the council and members of the public to visit the new laundry mat located at 85 High School Ave. Andrew Taplin, Resolution Copper Mining Project Director, spoke to the council. “We would like to move forward our relationship with the Town of Superior and would like the town to engage with Resolution Copper and make Superior prosperous,” Taplin said. “We have gathered documents you were missing from your file and provided these to your Town Attorney. If I can provide any encouragement

to the Town of Superior, Elected Officials without conflicts to move forward on the Resolution Copper project, thank you!” Joy Evelyn spoke about the two empty houses at Wyatt and Long. “There is water standing, weeds, urine smell, mosquitoes, tweekers,” she said. “This has turned into a health hazard.” Fred Miramon spoke out about his support for the town. “I support our town government and Resolution Copper,” he said. “As an outdoorsmen I wanted to bring up some information about mining. Water being valued higher than gold, how the mine will affect the water pollution?” he said. “Through the tailings, seepage, the use of water will change and the government needs to

safe guard our wild life and Forest Service areas, if there is any updated information could it please be made public. Follow the principals to safe guard wild life and human life.” Future Events and Meeting There will be a clean up at the Fairview Cemetery at 7 a.m. on Oct. 12. Any and all volunteers are welcome and appreciated. Mayor Valenzuela and the council members would like to encourage all members of the community in Superior to attend the Town Council Meetings. The next Town Council meeting is scheduled for Oct. 17, 2013 at 7 p.m. For additional information please feel free to visit the Superior Town’s Website at

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Panthers’ volleyball team is runner-up at tournament By Andrew Luberda Superior Sun The Superior Panthers girls’ volleyball team played for the tournament championship at Salt River High School last weekend versus the Ray

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Forum Continued from Page 2 Impact Analysis.” Rio Tinto’s study, Featherstone said, assumes that a mine would only produce benefits with no costs. The Pollack study assumes that a proposed mine would operate continuously at full production and ignores the historic bust and boom cycle of mines in Arizona. “Rio Tinto assumes that a proposed mine would operate 24/7 for 50 years at 100% capacity, despite a century and a half of evidence to the contrary,” Featherstone said. “The history of Arizona mines shows clearly that copper production, employment, payroll, and tax payments fluctuate widely due to changing international copper prices and other factors.”

The Pollack report, Featherstone said, added the annual impacts over a 64 year period and reported that cumulative number as the impact rather than reporting the annual level of projected impacts. “This is like saying that a projected mining job would pay $3.8 million rather than saying a job would pay $75,000 annually and last 50 years,” Featherstone explained. “Therefore, many of Rio Tinto’s economic impacts are 64 times to large. The report assumes there would be no requirements for public services such as road repair, police and fire protections, education, or social services as a result of the mine project. Rio Tinto’s report claims a large generation of taxes, but fails to consider or calculate for any of the

demands for services that taxes would pay for. Metal mining jobs have not reduced unemployment or assisted local economic stability. For over 100 years, copper mining has taken place in Superior and surrounding towns. There has not been a history of sustained prosperity in mining.” Orlando Perea has 41 years of mining experience in San Manuel and Superior as a supervisor. “In San Manuel the block cave mining was used and very different,” Perea said. “If you haven’t worked a block cave mine you just don’t realize the destruction that is taking place.” There is a lot of water used for the block cave mining. In San Manuel, Perea explained, there was approximately 55,000 tons a day and there is a lot of water used. It

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is similar to a manmade earthquake underground, he said. “Do we want the tailing here in Superior? What are we going to leave for our grandkids, what legacy?” Perea asked. Curt Shannon with Access Fund Climbing out of Boulder, Colorado was in attendance. His group represents rock climbers and heavy recreational areas. They are advocates for climbers, camping and recreation. The Access Fund, he explained, is the national advocacy organization that keeps U.S. climbing areas open and conserves the climbing environment. Founded in 1991, the Access Fund supports and represents over 2.3 million climbers nationwide in all forms of climbing: rock, ice, and mountaineering. “Approximately $10.6 billion is spent in Arizona for all of recreation. There are approximately 103,700 jobs in outdoor recreation in Arizona,” Shannon said. “It is important for

us to save our recreational areas.” Roy Chavez, a member of the Concerned Citizens and Retired Miners Coalition, spoke out against the mining project. “It is important for a town like Superior to be diversified,” Chavez said. “In mining when the jobs are here they are good, but when they are gone, they are gone. When you have a massive project like this at your door step it sounds like it is the best thing since sliced bread, but realistically this has been moving for eight years now in legislation. We want facts both pro and con. A pre-NEPA would be idealistic, a look before you leap.” If you would like to read the full Pollack report, it can be found at: http://bit. ly/1fWK385. If you would like to sign the Oak Flat Petition it is available at or if you have specific questions for the Arizona Mine Reform they can be reached at 520777-9500.









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By Rev. Dennis Van Gorp Family Life Christian Center Many people have the idea that when they die, they will automatically go to heaven. In John 3:5-8, Jesus explains that only those who are ‘born again’ will be allowed to enter heaven. Just what does the term, born again, really mean?  First of all, it only matters what God thinks, not what I want, wish or desire.  Whatever God calls wrong, will always be wrong.  When we do, say or think things that God has declared to be wrong, it is called sin. Since God is ‘holy,’ or without any sin, He does not allow anyone involved in a sinful lifestyle to enter into heaven.  We must recognize the harmful ways in our life and tell God that we are sorry for living that way.  Then, we promise to follow God’s directions on how to live a holy life.  To make it easy, He wrote it all down in a book we call the ‘Holy Bible.’ When we ask Him to take sin out of our life, we become saved or ‘born again.’  Next, we promise Him that we will live by and obey all of His rules.  By doing so, we have received permission to enter heaven. It is not by what we do, but because of what He did 2,000 years ago.  By innocently dying on the cross, He took responsibility for our sins; clearing the way for us to be born again – set free from our sins. Heaven is a wonderful place, filled with God’s love, glory and grace!  Believe in Jesus and ask Him to guide and direct your life.  Read your Bible and do what it says.  Then, we will see each other in heaven!  May the Lord richly bless your life.

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Resolution Copper appoints new hire for community outreach Resolution Copper Mining has appointed Dave Richins as Principle Advisor, Government Affairs. In this role, Richins will guide Resolution Copper’s relationships with federal, state and local government leaders, support efforts to move the land exchange legislation forward, and develop and lead the project’s public and community outreach and communications programs. “Dave brings to Resolution a perfect blend of public and private sector experience, along with a vast and deep understanding of how sustainable economic development and environmental protection can be achieved,” said Resolution Copper Project Director Andrew Taplin. “He will be invaluable in moving the project forward and is the right person to help us reach out to and partner with the community.”   Taplin says Richins will focus on regional and community partnering and will continue the company’s dialogue with supporters and opponents. This includes a continued effort to brokering a relationship with Native American tribes, with the goal of identifying issues and finding solutions that create a win-win for all parties. In addition, he will work with neighbors, environmental advocates and government leaders to proactively address issues surrounding development of the mine.   “Resolution presents wonderful opportunities for community development, and is the perfect blend of economic development and diversification, community building, job creation, and environmental stewardship,” Richins said. “I am excited to work with the team and with all our stakeholders to help make this a world class project and create lasting benefits for the community where we all live, work and play.”   Since 2008, Richins has been Sun Corridor Legacy Program Director with the Sonoran Institute, a non-profit organization that works to conserve and restore natural and cultural assets and to promote better management of growth and change in the Western United States. In that role, he coordinated the Institute’s public policy work, and was responsible for developing programs and policies aimed at balancing urban growth and quality of life with protecting the natural surroundings and open space in Arizona. Previously, he was the Executive Director and Founder of the West Mesa Community Development Corporation in Mesa, Arizona where he worked with neighbors, community leaders, business leaders, and other stakeholders to revitalize his neighborhood. Richins serves on a variety of local, state and national committees, including Arizona Municipal Water Users Association, National League of Cities Community and Economic Development Steering Committee, Smart Growth America Local Leaders Council, Arizona Power Plant and Line Siting Committee and the Local Government Advisory Commission at US Environmental Protection Agency. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainable Community Development from Prescott College. Richins is also a Mesa City Council member, representing District 1.  About Resolution Copper Resolution, Page 10

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SUPERIOR JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS The admission prices for Superior Jr/ Sr High School Sports, High School Varsity /JV Games are $5 for adults, $3 for students and $2 for Seniors, age 65 yrs. and older. For Junior High Sports the cost of admission is $4 for adults, $3 for students and$2 for Senior citizens.



FALL PLANT SALE October is a prime month for autumn landscaping. Boyce Thompson Arboretum has an expanded selection of drought-tolerant plants, big and small, for purchase this month. This is also a good time to join as an annual member, with a 20 percent savings on purchases during the opening weekend of the Fall Plant Sale fundraiser, which is being held from Oct. 12 - 27. On Fri., Oct. 11, the friends-of-the-Arboretum have first dibs on everything in stock. On Sat., Oct. 12 the sale is open to the public and a guided tour will be conducted at 1:30 pm by AJ author and edible-desert-plants expert Jean Groen, a gourd art class, and live music in the picnic area from 3:30 pm-5:30 pm by Valley-based Mrs. Lincoln Read more at TASTE OF ORACLE All are welcome to attend the second annual Taste of Oracle fundraiser for the Tri-Community Visitors Center on Sat., Oct. 12, from 1-5 p.m. at the Village Square in Oracle. Shop local and support your community in more ways than one. Enjoy the silent auction, win raffle prizes, taste great food and enjoy activities for kids and adults.



CLEAN UP DAY Mayor Valenzuela and the council members of Superior are holding a clean up day at the Superior Cemetery on Sat., Oct. 12, starting at 7 am. Trash bags and clean up items will be provided. The Town Council will also have refreshments after the clean up. Come out and help clean up the Superior Cemetery. Thank you! SENIOR CITIZENS MEDICARE ENROLLMENT EVENT On Oct. 15 and Nov. 5, from 10 am - 4 pm, the Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens is hosting a Medicare Open Enrollment Event at the Hayden Senior Center at 520 Velesco Ave in Hayden. The event will move to the Superior Senior Center on Oct. 30 from 10 am to 2 pm and the Superior Arboretum Apartments, 199 W. Gray Dr., on Nov. 7 from 11 am to 1 pm. Medicare Open Enrollment begins October 15 and runs through Dec. 7. If you need help evaluating your Medicare choices, bring a list of your prescriptions and State Health Insurance Program Counselors will screen and provide and provide application assistance.For further information and assistance contact: Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens, by dropping by 8969 W. McCartney Road, Casa Grande, Az. 85194 or calling 520- 836-2758 or 1-800-293-9393. CAC PALOOZA The decision to enroll in college brings with it numerous choices. Which classes do I take? Which major should I choose? Central Arizona College hopes to assist in this decision-making process with its Second Annual CAC Palooza Tour scheduled at each of the institution’s four campuses throughout Pinal County. Superstition Mountain Campus, in Apache Junction, will be holding its CAC Palooza on Oct. 16 from 8 am – noon.




LA NOCHE DE VAQUERO On Sat., Oct.19, the Chamber of Commerce is hosting La Noche de Vaquero/Night of the Cowboy, to honor America's cowboys and our own Manny Ruiz, at the Porter's Café on Main St. 5 pm to 11pm. There will be a steak dinner, grilled by Red Bear, dancing under the stars to the music of The Local Boys from Florence. and, a raffle for 55" Smart TV, door prizes and more. Dinner and Dance tickets $25 for sale at the Copper Gecko, Copper Triangle or call 602-625-3151.


SUPERIOR CELL PHONE PHOTOGRAPHY On Oct. 19, 10:30 am, learn to take better pictures with your cellphone's built-in camera. Photographer John Aho will teach how to get the most out of cellphone and smartphone cameras during an outdoor workshop around the gardens. The cost is $25 for BTA members, $35 for nonmembers; pay by credit card by calling 520-689-2723 during daytime business hours. Check out cellphone snapshots at


FREE HARVEST FESTIVAL Gold Canyon United Methodist Church, located at 6640 S. Kings Ranch Road, Gold Canyon, AZ, is hosting a free Harvest Festival followed by a Country Western worship service with music by The Houser Gang on Sun. Oct 27 from 2 pm – 5 pm There will be classic cars, an apple pie bake-off, entertainment, a hay ride, games and activities for the children along with a costume parade with candy treats at 3 pm . You won’t go away hungry as food will be available at no charge. Although donations of any amount will be graciously accepted, there is no charge for this event. So, gather the kids, your neighbors and friends and join us for a fun filled afternoon.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: A public hearing will be held by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors at 9:30 a.m. on the 30th day of October, 2013, in the Board of Supervisors’ Hearing Room, Historic Courthouse, 135 N. Pinal Street, Florence, Arizona, to consider: PZ-C-002-13 - PUBLIC HEARING/ ACTION: Pinal County Planning & Development Department requesting approval of a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Title 2 of the Pinal County Development Services Code, amending Section 2.145.030 of Chapter 2.145 Signs to allow a-frame signs for churches and establishing criteria for these signs; and amending Section 2.145.150, to modify the Flexibility Provisions by limiting staff authority, revising the staff review process and establishing Board of Supervisors’ hearing procedures. Copies of the proposed ordinance containing the text amendments are available for review on the Pinal County website at on the Planning & Development Department page under zoning ordinance amendments and at all Justice Courts, Libraries and Supervisors’ District Offices within Pinal County and the Planning and Development Department Office and Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors in Florence. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER MAY APPEAR AND SPEAK AT THE PUBLIC HEARING AT THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED ABOVE. DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF October, 2013 MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 10/9/13

Resolution Continued from Page 9 Resolution Copper Mining LLC is a limited liability company whose members are a subsidiary of London-based Rio Tinto plc – the managing member – and a subsidiary of Australia-based BHP Billiton. The company seeks to develop one of the

Public Notice

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: PD3 DEVELOPMENT, LLC L-1873743-2 II. The address of the known place of business is 5256 S. Overlook Trail Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Philip Dabbert 5256 S. Overlook Trail Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Philip Dabbert 5256 S. Overlook Trail Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 member SUN Legal 9/25/13, 10/2/13, 10/9/13

Public Notice

STATE OF ARIZONA ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION MSG Consulting, LLC A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY 1. Name. The name of the limited liability company is MSG Consulting, LLC L-1871727-5. 2. Business Purpose. The Company is organized to perform any and all lawful acts pertaining to the management of any lawful business as well as to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any and all lawful business for which a Limited Liability Company may be organized under the Arizona Limited Liability Company Act and any amendments thereto. 3. Registered Agent. The Company shall continuously maintain an agent in the State of Arizona for service of process who is an individual residing in said state. The name and address of the initial registered agent shall be Mark J. Weech, 4135 S. Power Rd., Ste 124, Mesa, AZ. ACCEPTANCE OF APPOINTMENT /s/ Mark J. Weech The Director of the Division of Corporation and Commercial Code of the Department of Commerce for the State of Arizona is appointed the registered agent of the Company for the service of process if the registered agent has resigned, the registered agent’s authority has been revoked, or the registered agent cannot be found or served with the exercise of reasonable diligence. 4. Members at Time of Formation. There are or will be two members at the time the limited liability company is formed. There are or will be non-voting and voting ownership interests in the company. The names and street addresses of Members who shall constitute the initial Members of the Company are as follows: Margaret A. Gaston PO Box 373 Kearny, AZ 85137 William Loehr PO Box 373 Kearny, AZ 85137 5. Management. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager. The name and address of the initial managers of the limited liability company is: Margaret A. Gaston PO Box 373 Kearny, AZ 85137 William Loehr PO Box 373 Kearny, AZ 85137 6. Designated Office. The company’s registered office is located at 341 W. Greenwich Rd., Kearny, AZ 85137. The company’s registered office shall be its designated office. 7. Records. The Company shall keep at its designated office or a statement that the company’s registered office shall be its designated office, which records include, but are not limited to the following. 7.a. A current list, in alphabetical order, of the names and current business street address of each Organizer who is not a member or manager. 7.b. A copy of the stamped Articles of Organization and all certificates of amendment thereto. 7.c. Copies of all tax returns and financial statements of the Company for the past 3 years. A Limited Liability Company is also required to maintain copies of financial statements, if any, for the three most recent years, as well as a copy of the operating agreement. 8. Contributions. No Member shall be obligated to make any contribution to the Company except those specifically set forth in the Operating Agreement adopted by the Members of the Company. 9. Dissolution. This Company shall be dissolved with the written consent of all its Members. 10. Annual Report. The Company shall file all annual reports required by Arizona Law during the month of its anniversary date of formation as required by Section 48-2c-203, Arizona Code Annotated. 11. Amendments. The Articles of Organization shall be amended from time to time as required by Section 48-2c-408, Arizona Code Annotated. 12. Arbitration. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to these Articles, or the breach thereof shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, and judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. The decision of the arbitrator(s) shall be final and binding upon the parties, subject to rights pursuant to the Arizona Arbitration Act as set out in the Arizona Code, sections 78-31 a 1 through 78-31 a 13. Indemnification of Members, Officers, Management. The Company shall indemnify and pay the expenses as incurred of an individual made a party to a proceeding because he is or was a manager, member, officer, or organizer of the Company or the Company’s benefit/retirement plan against liability incurred in the proceedings if such person: (a) conducted himself or herself in good faith; (b) presumably believed that his or her conduct was at least not opposed to the Company’s or the employees’ retirement plan beneficiaries’ best interest, and © had no reasonable excuse to believe that his or her conduct was unlawful or of a criminal nature. 14. Signatures. All Members of the Company shall sign these Articles of Organization. Margaret A. Gaston, Member /s/ Margaret Gaston DATED: 08/29/13 William Loehr, Member /s/ William Loehr DATED: 8/29/2013 SUN legal 9/25/13, 10/2/13, 10/9/13

Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona October 9, 2013 largest undeveloped copper resources in the world near Superior, Ariz. The project is currently in the pre-feasibility phase and production is anticipated in the early 2020s. The project will mine ore using underground block-caving methods at depths of nearly 7,000 feet below surface. When in full production, the mine will employ 1,400 workers directly and generate an additional 2,300 indirect and induced jobs with an economic impact of more than $64 billion.

Pinal County 4-H growing every day! Pinal County 4-H clubs have a rich history, dating back to 1914. This year, as Arizona 4-H turns 100 years old and 4-H families across the state are celebrating all year long, Pinal County 4-H clubs are reorganizing. This is a good time for you to join. Pinal County 4-H has 21 community clubs throughout the county. There are lots of opportunities within 4-H for youth to develop important


100 Magma Avenue Superior, AZ 85273 Worship Service Sunday: 10 a.m. All are welcome.



11 Church Avenue MASS SCHEdULE: Saturday, 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m. Tuesday - Friday 8 a.m. Confession: Saturday 4-4:45 p.m. or upon request Rectory and Parish Office, 689-2250 Fr. James Aboyi, VC

PASTOR BART MUELLER 689-5751, Please leave a


Anonymous prayer box located at the Save Money Market. We will pray for you! Phone: 689-2631

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Where everybody is somebody and Christ is everything!

Sunday School 9 a.m. Sunday Worship Service10 a.m. Wednesday Study 6:30 p.m.

The Potter’s House of Superior

We are located at 501 Lobb Ave. (The old medical clinic) (520) 827-1588 Sundays 11:00 am Thursdays 7:00 pm Pastor Marcus Zuidema Everyone is welcome Nursery Provided

Hill St. and Stone Ave. Sunday Morning Service: 10 a.m.-noon Wednesday Bible Study: 5 to 6:30 p.m. Victory in Jesus Pastor Albert M. Rodriguez 480-354-4499 (home) 480-329-3647 (cell)

Family Life Christian Center

56 Kellner Ave. Schedule of Services Prayer 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Everyone is Welcome Pastors Dennis & Sandy VanGorp Office 689-2202 Assembly of God

To be included in the weekly church listings, call the Superior Sun at 520-363-5554.

life skills and learn how to grow into successful adults. Throughout the years, as 4-H expanded, they not only offered plant and animal projects, but, also created projects in science and technology, natural resources, leadership, citizenship, family and consumer sciences, communications and expressive arts. What makes 4-H special is the focus on basic life skills development. Putting its motto, “To Make the Best Better” into practice in all areas of the program, the 4-H of today offers programming for both rural and urban youth. Traditional program is still offered in the form of 4-H clubs, as well as non-traditional outreach experiences through schools, grant focused programs and other collaborative efforts. Projects are offered for

Public Notice

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: A public hearing will be held by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors at 9:30 a.m. on the 30th day of October, 2013, in the Board of Supervisors’ Hearing Room, Historic Courthouse, 135 N. Pinal Street, Florence, Arizona, to consider: PZ-C-001-13 - PUBLIC HEARING/ ACTION: Pinal County Planning & Development Department requesting approval of a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Title 2 of the Pinal County Development Services Code, amending section 2.151.010 of Chapter 2.151 Permits: Special Use, Special Density, Temporary Use and Special Event; Section 2.165.040 of Chapter 2.165 Zoning Regulations Amendments; Sections 2.166.040 and 2.166.050 of Chapter 2.166 Rezonings; Section 2.170.110 of Chapter 2.170 Comprehensive Plan, Specific Land Use Plans and Plan Amendments; Section 2.176.230 of Chapter 2.176 Planned Area Development (PAD) Overlay Zoning District on and After February 18, 2012; and Sections 2.205.030, 2.205.070 and 2.205.080 of Chapter 2.205 Wireless Communications Facilities, to add language requiring a pre-application meeting prior to filing and establishing pre-application procedures and requirements. Copies of the proposed ordinance containing the text amendments are available for review on the Pinal County website at on the Planning & Development Department page under zoning ordinance amendments and at all Justice Courts, Libraries and Supervisors’ District Offices within Pinal County and the Planning and Development Department Office and Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors in Florence. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER MAY APPEAR AND SPEAK AT THE PUBLIC HEARING AT THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED ABOVE. DATED THIS 3rd DAY OF October, 2013 MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 10/9/13

youth to express themselves, discover new things and prepare themselves to become capable and contributing leaders of a global society. Pinal County 4-H is currently accepting youth enrollments and recruiting new adult volunteer leaders throughout the county for the 2013-14 club year. 4-H clubs generally meet once each month as a whole community club where they include a youth led business meeting, an educational activity and some fun games. Additionally, one or more specific project clubs are usually held for members each month. Clubs are organized for youth, ages 5-19 years of age. If you are interested in joining 4-H, please call the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension 4-H Office at 520836-5221. ELIGIBILITY INTERVIEWERS I-III Arizona Department of Economic Security

The Family Assistance Administration in Chinle (Job ID#5007), Cottonwood City (Job ID#5000), Page (Job ID#5003), Tuba City (Job ID#5006), Window Rock (Job ID#5001) and Winslow (Job ID#4999) is recruiting customer service oriented individuals. These positions determine eligibility for federal and state programs. Bilingual (Navajo/Spanish/English) a plus. Excellent benefits. Starting pay $12.4254 per hour. Passing the Virtual Job Tryout assessment is required. Apply at, type in keyword: Eligibility Interviewer I-III or the appropriate Job ID#. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accomodation such as a sign language interpreter or an alternative format by contacting Human Resources Administration at (602)771-2870. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. Arizona State Government is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.

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Ray Unified School District #3 Position Announcement Job Title: Driver Closing Date: Until Filled Summary: Driver needed to transport student to Tucson and back. Total Time On Job: Part-Time / 4.5 hrs per day (Monday-Friday) Hourly Wage: $7.80 per hour (Per Current Scale) Requirements: CPR, Fingerprint Clearance Card, Good Driving Record. Applications can be picked up from Karla Luedke at the District Office Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

Ray Unified School District #3 Position Announcement We are looking for qualified applicants for the following positions: Elementary Coaches Head Coach • 7th Grade Basketball – Boys • 8th Grade Basketball – Boys • Girls Basketball • Softball • Track Applications can be picked up from Karla Luedke at the District Office Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

TOWN OF HAYDEN The Town of Hayden is accepting applications for the permanent full time position of Animal Control Officer/Code Enforcement Officer. JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision, performs a variety of animal control functions in the area of field enforcement and kennel maintenance; performs a variety of Town Code enforcement functions; and performs other duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. One year of experience providing information, such as explaining rules and regulations to the public, preferably in the handling, care, and control of animals; or 2. Equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities. 3. Ability to read, understand, and explain applicable state and local laws, regulations, and ordinances. 4. Ability to obtain cooperation and compliance from members of the public, speak to a wide range of people, and prepare clear and concise reports. 5. Ability to handle sick, injured, dangerous, or dead animals and decomposing animal carcasses in a safe and humane manner. 6. Ability to learn the physical and behavioral characteristics of animals; learn breed identification; learn and recognize symptoms of rabies and other common animal diseases. 7. Possession of a valid state driver’s license of the appropriate class issued by the state Department of Motor Vehicles. 8. Ability to safely drive a vehicle and work independently. Salary $14.20/hr. Position open until filled. Applications are available at the Town’ Administrative Offices located at 520 N. Velasco Avenue, Hayden, AZ or by calling 520-356-7801.

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80. Rentals For Rent/Lease - 3bd/1 1/2 bath family home in Kearny, AZ. Fenced yard. AC - $725.00 per month with initial cleaning/ damage deposit. Pets considered. 928-200-0641 or 520-429-2557. Superior. 3 bdrm, 2 bath duplex, A/C, $550 month plus $550 deposit. 602-625-3151. For Rent 4bedroom 2 bath Kearny home. Remodeled Kitchen, newer a/c, washer dryer hookup outside.1 year lease 725.00 per month with security deposit. Available immediately. Call Neal 480-215-0292 or e-mail inquiries to

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