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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Superior Mayor addresses questions from constituency

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Also In This Issue: Town recognizes volunteers during appreciation week, See Page 6

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Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona

April 25, 2012

Letter to the Editor: You missed one volunteer when handing out awards Editor, Superior Sun: Attention: Volunteers Recognition Committee. I would like to say a few words on behalf of my mother, Barbara Arriola. My mother has been doing volunteer work in Superior for over 30 years. She started organizing parades and special events for Christmas, Halloween, Easter and the 4th of July. She would go out and get

donations from businesses in Superior and out of town, to Apache Junction and Globe, for games and prizes. She was even voted in to the Town Council in 1993 for two terms and was appointed Vice Mayor by Mayor Roy Chavez in her second term. She created and organized the first Annual Apache Leap Days, now called Apache Leap Mountain

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Festival. She organized and oversaw a few youth places, like Teen Town, to help keep the kids off the streets and out of trouble. She put a lot of time and money, out of her own pocket, into these events, which were never turned into the City for repayment. For instance, this year’s Easter event, the Town of Superior did not have to pay out one cent for that event. Everything was from donations Barbara Arriola went out and asked for, on her own time, in her own car, using her own gas. She put in 300 hours volunteer time in getting the new Parks & Rec room set up for the kids at the Roosevelt School/Town Hall. She only gets paid for four hours on Friday and four hours on Saturday, each week. Everything else is volunteer time. Now, after 30 years of service to the Town of Superior – putting her heart

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and soul into making each and every event a success – you couldn’t even give her a piece of paper with her name on it, giving her

recognition? While she sat there and heard everyone else’s name be called up to get a certificate, when she has probably put in

Letter to the Editor: Still seeking transparency from Superior Council Editor, Superior Sun: I am very disappointed with our elected officials, the Mayor and Council Members. Last Friday, there was a meeting held at the Senior Center to discuss and inform the residents of Superior of the mining contamination that surrounds us. I want to thank Lois Schabow for bringing this before us. It was interesting that she mentioned that our community has such a high cancer rate per capita. I notice neither the Mayor

nor any Council members were in attendance and also no Town staff were either. I am concerned about my community and the environment around us. It is great that BHP is cleaning up the arsenic contamination, 19 years later; but what has the exposure of the high level of arsenic and other contaminates done to our health in the meantime? The Mayor and Council should take an active role in protecting the health of our residents.

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The former Mayor was present and I asked him why he was present. He said that he was not against mining because it provides good jobs and stabilizes the local economy but he wants transparency about the toxins surround us and the effects they may have on our health. I hoped our Mayor and Council would call a special Town Hall meeting to discuss these issues concerning mining contamination that can effect our land, air and water. It is not right that our Mayor can drive around town in a Pinal County Sheriff’s vehicle for his own personal use and not bother to attend a critical meeting about contamination. Again, I am here seeking answers to questions I have proposed in past editorials. I want the Mayor and the Council to be transparent. It seems that a few Council members are beginning to ask questions that they are also not getting clear answers to. I want to thank Councilman Hank Gutierrez for asking direct questions. I guess we will know who is in charge of Town operations but we have to wait until the next Council meeting. Gutierrez gave them until the next meeting to answer the questions. Someone did mention that the interim Town Manager was making the daily decisions; however, Gutierrez stated that we do not have an interim Town Manager and that the Council has never appointed that position. On another subject, Gutierrez mentioned that there is going to be a volunteer cleanup of the cemetery but questions why we are going to hire an outside person to organize the event? His second question was where was the money coming from to pay for this person. That See Letter, Page 3


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Continued from Page 2 question was not answered. I believe that Sue Anderson, who has organized the annual Town wide cleanup for the past many years, has never received any money for all her time and effort. Is this another political payback? Can’t a Town staff member, like Jed Lant, organize the event? What is so hard about telling people to show up with weed eaters? Again, what happened to the full-time cemetery worker? Is the Town taking his salary to pay for this organizer? I did speak to Councilman John Tameron about my questions that I had and he would not give me a clear answer. He told me that I

Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona should come to the Council meetings to find my answers. I told him that “Your meetings only discuss posted agenda issues.” I cannot believe that, first, he cannot answer my questions and, second, I need to attend the meetings. I reminded Tameron that he was elected to serve the people. New questions: I know the garbage transfer station is closed. What is the solution? Waiting for the twice a month bulk will not cut it. The garbage will end up in our desert areas. Why were the inmate workers recalled? The person who violated the Arizona State Prison regulations should be reprimanded or fired. Why are the Town’s finance reports not being produced

by the new $100,000 finance system? Remember, Mayor and Council members, please answer my prior questions from weeks past. Mr. Mayor, your own words: be transparent. All residents: again, start calling your Mayor and Council members and demand answers. Town Hall’s number is 520-689-5752. Mayor Valenzuela? Lopez’s is 520827-4119. Peralta? Aguilar’s is 520-827-9936. Tameron’s is 520-827-0080. Tomerlin’s is 520-827-9278. Lastly, Guiterrez ‘s number is 520689-2156. To the Mayor and Council members: my number is 520-827-1073, and I am still waiting for my return calls. /s/ Manuel “Mango” Ortega Longtime Superior Resident

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Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona

April 25, 2012

Letter to the Editor: When will the town clean up the graffiti? Editor, Superior Sun: To the Mayor: Just thought I would let you know that my building at 377 Main Street was tagged. I sent you (Jayme Valenzuela), Lou and Tod pictures of graffiti throughout the town two weeks ago. I also spoke to Rita Wentzel last week about this. How long does

it take to get someone to fix this? Have you ever heard of the Broken Window Theory? If a window is broken and left unrepaired, people walking by will conclude that no one cares and no one is in charge. Soon more windows will be broken and the sense of anarchy will spread from buildings

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or even maintain their buildings. They’re using towns like Superior for storage units and depriving its growth. sales taxes, tourism, jobs, self-esteem, respect, pride and jobs are just a few of the other positive outcomes we are missing out on. We need help from other sources, because nothing has really change on Main Street in over 20 years. I have suggested at numerous council meeting that the Mayors of Pinal county get together as a group and approach the State for Legal help. The “developers” have more money, plenty of lawyers, and for some reason they are playing a

destructive game for over 20 years that’s deprived the people prosperity of these great small towns. I have been loyal and determined to make MAIN Street the place it once was years ago. “If there is no struggle there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation are men who want crops without plowing up the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters... Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” Frederick Douglass Thanks for your time, /s/ Bill Holmquist


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Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona

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Mayor Valenzuela answers questions at Chamber luncheon By Mila Lira Mayor Jayme Valenzuela was the guest speaker for the monthly Superior Chamber of Commerce Luncheon in April. During his time as the guest speaker Mayor Valenzuela answered questions from the members as well as provided an update on the status of the town. Valenzuela explained that when he took office four months ago the Town was $300,000 in debt. As of April, the Council and staff have been able to reduce the amount of debt to $80,000. He explained that the new financial procedures that require staff to use a purchase order system is helping the town to keep expenses under control. Recently local resident Manuel “Mango” Ortega has written a series of letters to the editor to the Superior Sun. Mayor Valenzuela took some time to answer the questions raised in the letters but said that he would not engage in a written debate with Ortega in the newspaper. One of the questions posed was the hiring for new staff members and were those employees hired through the appropriate procedures. Valenzuela explained that recently the town hired two full time positions a Front Desk Clerk and a Finance Director. He explained that those two positions were advertised and met all of the hiring process requirements. He stated that the Senior Center Director position was advertised and 14 applications were received; those interviews will be scheduled soon. In the case of hiring of Veto Cervantes, Valenzuela explained that town had to hire a temporary emergency employee to ensure that Highway Users Revenue Funds (HURF) are spent appropriately. The HURF funds and Pinal County Excise Tax funds need to be appropriated and spent by June 30, 2012. Because of this deadline, this constituted an emergency situation. Valenzuela stressed that Cervantes was hired as

an emergency-temporary employee and once the HURF

projects are complete for this fiscal year he will no longer

Superior Mayor Jayme Valenzuela addresses the Chamber of Commerce. On the cover: Valenzuela speaks to citizen Curt Williams. (Mila Lira photos)

be an employee. HURF dollars can only be spent on road and street expenses and cannot be spent on other types of public works projects. Another topic that was discussed was the cost of the recall election. Mayor Valenzuela explained that the comments that the recall election cost $7,000 to $8,000 were false. He explained that he contacted the Pinal County Elections Department and verified with Town staff that the election cost $2,800. Valenzuela also followed up on some issues about the Resolution Copper Project and the BHP cleanup. He explained that the Town is working with Resolution Copper, stating, “They are one of the Town’s biggest partners. We need Resolution Copper to continue to move the Town forward.” He also commented that the council is working to make sure the company is fair to the community and is held accountable. As for the BHP Northwest Study clean up the Town is

aware that there are some additional properties that need to be addressed. Valenzuela explained that BHP is taking that information back to their corporate offices and will be looking into modifying the scope of work for the cleanup project. He also commented that the Town has met with BHP on other properties within the town limits as well as other clean up concerns. Some of the other topics that were discussed during the meeting were cemetery cleanup, the Magma Club and the Magma Hotel. Valenzuela explained that the

council is considering hosting a once a year community cleanup at the cemetery. As for the Magma Club he explained that there are still some plumbing problems that are preventing the club from being rented. Staff is working on a project plan to get those repairs completed. He also commented that the town received word from the project manager for the Magma Hotel and they are waiting for final approval from the National Historic Building Rehabilitation Program the construction hold See Mayor, Page 10

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Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona

April 25, 2012

Town recognizes volunteers during appreciation week By Betsy Quinn In recognition of National Volunteer Appreciation Week (April 15-21), the

efforts, commitment and contributions of more than 70 volunteers serving the community needs of

Superior were recognized at the April 19 Town Council meeting in Superior. Mayor Jayme Valenzuela

offered gratitude and thanks while handing out Certificates of Appreciation to those volunteers able to be present. The evening had a turnout of more than 50 people. A reception with food and refreshments was enjoyed by following the ceremony. Each Council Member expressed their appreciation and acknowledged that the outstanding efforts of local volunteers make the difference on an everyday basis for the entire community. Citizens recognized by the Council were: JoAnn Besich, Roy Chavez, Carol Dodge, Sylvia Perez, Cathy Denogean, Armida Denogean, Leslie Martin, Jessica Castillo, Mel Korb, Hilda Cardenas, Danny Martinez, Elizabeth Magallanez, Danny Martinez, Art Jimenez, Carol Johnson, Barbara Polk, Corrina Martinez, Steve Hall, Rick Riddell, Kathy Noriega, Marie Aboud, Caitlyn Thompson, Nancy Jung, Pete Casillas, Pat Brown, Cynthia Benson, Karen Afdahl, Keri Richards, Myrna Guzman, Mike McKee, Sherry Figdore, Jennifer Erickson, Curt Williams; Marilee Kenny, Dora Solis, Tony Solis, Shirley Blake, Rita Wentzel,

Mayor Jayme Valenzuela presents certificates of appreciation to volunteers. (Betsy Quinn photos) To see more photos, go online to www. copperarea.com. Melanie Garcia, Brittney Denogean, Rueben Campos Sr., Melissa Rabago, Scott Wood, Michael Zolno, Betsy Brandt, Sirena Dusalt, Paul Burghard, Steve Germick, Darren Julian, Bill Vogler, Nancy Vogler, Pamela Rabago, Sue Anderson, Joy Eveland, Gina Lopez, Matt Mashaw, Judah Nelson, Pete Rios, Ted Millispaugh, Sandi Smith, Dennis Van Gorp, Michael Carnes, Pete Guzman, Rachael Contreras, Calo Arnold, Marie Penfield, Symanatha Thompson, Jesse Vasquez, Freddie Miramon, Tina Gutierrez, Lilly Jaime, Johnson Family, Eric Jung and Sonny Samson.


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Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona

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SRP holds public hearings in Superior By Mila Lira Resolution Copper Mining has recently requested to have the 115kV transmission line on their property relocated just north of the line’s existing location. The line is a Salt River Project transmission line and has been providing power to the mine property since 1958. Resolution’s request to move the transmission line requires that SRP obtain a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility (CEC) from the Arizona Corporation Commission because of the voltage of the line. The CEC application does

not require SRP to host a public hearing for the public to provide input on the relocation, however they held an open house in Superior last week. Before the CEC can be obtained SRP will be required to get approval from the State Historical Preservation Office (SHPO), 11 Native American Tribes and Arizona Game and Fish. The line is also permitted to be less than the maximum height allowed by the Federal Aviation Administration. Currently SRP is conducting study of the area to determine if the relocation will affect

the wildlife or vegetation of the area. At press time there have been no areas of historical or archeological significance found on the relocation site. The poles used to relocate the lines will be self weathering poles, meaning that they will rust naturally and blend into the environment. The existing lines and the location of the lines once relocated will not be visible from the Superior Town limits or US Highway 60. Resolution Copper Mining has requested that the lines be relocated into the shallow depressions which are north of the existing

lines. The relocation will allow Resolution Copper to store test materials in the area and maximize the use of their property and infrastructure. The ACC line sighting committee is expected to review the relocation application in October of 2012 once all the studies are complete. Once the permitting is in place SRP expects the relocation construction of the line to begin in the spring of 2013. Tom Novy, SRP Project Manager of Transmission Planning explained that a total of seven participants including the media attended the open house.

Town of Superior closes transfer station From the Superior Town Hall Thursday evening, the Superior Town Council voted to officially close the Town’s Transfer Station located at 101 Airport Road. This was a difficult decision to make, but was prompted by two recent events: cancellation of the current operator’s liability insurance and a recent Arizona Department of Environment Quality (ADEQ) inspection. The inspection revealed that there were a number of violations that needed immediate attention and correction. Larry Jochai, Orion Recycling, was on a monthto-month lease with the Town to maintain and operate this facility. His original

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developing an action plan to work with Jochai to resolve the violations over the next 60 days. While this is a huge inconvenience to our residents, we ask for patience and cooperation while we work through the process of correcting the outstanding issues and reopening as soon See Trash, Page 8

Of those seven participants there were not any negative or concerned comments recorded. Roy Chavez of the Retired Miners and Concerned Citizens attended the evening session and commented to officials at SRP that

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April 25, 2012

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held by the Pinal County Planning and Zoning Commission at 9:00 A.M. on the 17th day May, 2012 in the Pinal County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) room, Building F, 31 N. Pinal St., Florence, Arizona to consider a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to Title 2 of the Pinal County Development Services Code, amending Chapter 2.166 Rezonings, to consider adding language to require legal descriptions for each zoning district in a rezone request as follows: 2.166.050 Application process. A. Application Submittal. 1. [remains the same] 2. The application shall be accompanied by: a. A preliminary site plan according to the map requirements and support data prescribed by the planning and development department. b.   An  accurate,  verified  list,  made  within the previous 30 days, giving the names and addresses of the owners of all properties lying within the area of the proposed rezoning and of all properties any part of which is within 600 feet of the proposed rezoning. The list shall be furnished by the applicant at applicant’s own expense and may be rejected for  insufficiency  by  the  planning  and  development department. c. All information deemed necessary by the planning and development department. d.    A  nonrefundable  filing  fee  in  accordance with the fee schedule adopted under the authority of PCDSC 2.160.050. e. A legal description for each zoning district requested in the rezoning application 3. through 6. [remain the same] COPIES OF THE PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ELECTRONICALLY ON THE PINAL COUNTY WEBSITE AT WWW.PINALCOUNTYAZ. G O V / D E P A R T M E N T S / PLANNINGDEVELOPMENT/ ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER MAY APPEAR AND SPEAK AT THE PUBLIC HEARING AT THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE DESIGNATED ABOVE. DATED THIS 19TH DAY OF APRIL, 2012. Pinal County Planning and Development Department /s/ Steve Abraham, Planning Manager MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 4/25/12

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Superior Town Council will hold a public hearing to consider Ordinance No. 113, a request to amend the Town of Superior Zoning Ordinance to add a new section relating to the regulation of medical marijuana. The proposed ordinance establishes definitions of terms, regulates the location, size and hours of operation of medical marijuana dispensaries and cultivation facilities, requires a security plan, provides for operational standards and establishes penalties for violations. The public hearing will be held at 7:00 PM, on Thursday, May 17, 2012, in the Superior Senior Center, 360 W. Main Street, Superior, Arizona. A copy of the proposed ordinance is available for viewing at the offices of the Town of Superior which is located at 199 N. Lobb, Superior, Arizona, from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Any person with questions regarding this proposal may call 520-689-5752. Any person wishing to testify may file a written statement prior to the date and time of the hearing and/or may appear and be heard. SUN Legal 4/25/12, 5/2/12

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Superior Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing to consider Ordinance No. 113, a request to amend the Town of Superior Zoning Ordinance to add a new section relating to the regulation of medical marijuana. The proposed ordinance establishes definitions of terms, regulates the location, size and hours of operation of medical marijuana dispensaries and cultivation facilities, requires a security plan, provides for operational standards and establishes penalties for violations. The public hearing will be held at 6:00 PM, on Thursday, May 10, 2012, in the Superior Senior Center, 360 W. Main Street, Superior, Arizona. A copy of the proposed ordinance is available for viewing at the offices of the Town of Superior which is located at 199 N. Lobb, Superior, Arizona, from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Any person with questions regarding this proposal may call 520-689-5752. Any person wishing to testify may file a written statement prior to the date and time of the hearing and/or may appear and be heard. SUN Legal 4/25/12, 5/2/12


April 25, 2012

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This ‘N That • SUPERIOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP DRIVE. The Superior Historical Society is holding its annual Membership Drive and looks forward to welcoming new friends and renewing friendships with its returning members. Membership dues are a valuable part of this organization with more than 90 percent going to support day-today activities and operating expenses. Call 520-689-1969 or stop by and pick up your membership application today! • SENIOR CENTER SERVICES Superior Senior Center located at 360 West Main Street, Superior, offers meals in the center for a suggested donation of $2 for persons 60 or older, or those who have a disability. The price of a meal for those under 60 is $4. The meals are served at noon. If anyone needs transportation to or from the center, the suggested donation is $1 for those 60 or older. The price is $1 mandatory for those under 60. We ask that you call by 7:30 a.m. to ensure that your ride is provided for you and to verify your location. If you have any questions regarding the Senior Center and services, please call 520-689-5182. • THRIFT STORE The Superior Seniors have a thrift store which takes clean, gently used items to sell. The hours of operation are 9 a.m. to noon. The store is adjacent to the Senior Center. Please come in and browse the selection of household items, books and clothing. • SCHOOL BOARD PACKETS School Board packets are ready to be mailed out or picked up from the Pinal County School Office. If you are interested in running for School Board member in the November, 2012 election, please contact Chief Deputy Tonya Taylor at 520-866-6579 or ttaylor@pinalcso.org, or you can contact Brenda Thwaits at 520-8666565 orbthwaits@pinalcso.org. The forms can also be downloaded from our website www. pinalesa.org, click on the Elections tab and follow the links to the Election packet. • JFK PRESCHOOL John F. Kennedy Elementary Preschool is now accepting applications for the 2012 – 2013 school year. Children must be four years of age by September 1 and parents/guardians will need to provide proof of income, the child’s birth certificate, and immunization records. Applications are available at JFK Elementary School, 1500 Sunset Drive, Superior. For questions please call 520-689-3039. • SUPERIOR ZUMBA CLASSES Attend Zumba classes with Ericka Real Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. at the Kennedy Elementary Multipurpose Room behind the front building. Class is free, but donations are welcome. Call 520-827-9972 for more information. • SUPERIOR HEAD START NEWS To celebrate Week of the Young Child (April 22-28, 2012) sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and recognize the needs of young children and thank educators and others involved in building better futures for all children, this year Superior Head Start and the local public library, located at 99 Kellner Avenue, have teamed together to showcase the artistic abilities of our preschoolers. On display at the library next week will be volcanoes and short stories about dinosaurs. Josie Campos, librarian and Head Start Staff invite the community to view the preschoolers’ creations. • CVIT DAY AT GCC Cobre Valley Institute of Technology and Gila Community College are proud to hots a career and education fair tat the GCC Gila Pueblo Campus and the GCC Regional Training Center on April 25 from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sophomores from Superior, Miami, Globe, San Carlos and Hayden will be transported by their high schools to the event. All other high schools in the area are invited to join in. For more information about CVIT contact Beata Tarasiuk at 928-425-9654 or 928-961-2446. For more information about GCC call 928-425-8481. • GCC OPEN HOUSE Gila Community College invites everyone to come to the Gila Pueblo Campus, 8274 South Six Shooter Canyon Road in Globe, for an Open House on Wednesday, April 25, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. A financial Aid workshop will be provided. For more information call the campus at 928-425-8481.

• SUPERIOR FOOD BANK Food Bank distribution will be this Thursday and Friday, April 26 and 27, 3-4 p.m. For additional pick up times, please call Mel at 827-9116 or Dennis at 827-0988. Remember you must be registered for 2012 to get a food box. • RUMMAGE SALE There will be a rummage sale on Saturday, April 28, from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. and Sunday, April 29, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at St. Mary’s Center in Superior. All proceeds benefit St. Francis of Assisi CYM Retreat fund. If you would like to donate please call Jessica 520-827-0098 or Connie 602-703-8858. Breakfast burros and pastries will be sold. • BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT There will be a golf tournament to benefit Art “Jap” Ramirez, to help with medical expenses, at the Queen Valley Golf Course on April 28. Register at 7 a.m.; play starts at 8 a.m. Food will be provided by Red Bear Outfitters. Format is three-person scramble and the cost is $40 per person. Call Patty Ann at 520827-0356 or Rosemary at 480-688-6736 for more information. • STEPHANIE WARD SCHOLARSHIP A benefit for the first Stephanie Ward Scholarship will be held at Porter’s on Main Street in Superior Saturday, April 28, from noon – 8 p.m. There will be live music, motorcycles and pulled pork plates. Also, visit the Stephanie Ward Memorial page on Facebook at : https://www.facebook.com/ StephanieWardMemorialPage. • ARBOR DAY Gila Community College invites everyone to come to their Art Show and Arbor Day Celebration Saturday, April 28, from noon – 5 p.m. at the Gila Pueblo Campus, 8274 South Six Shooter Canyon Road in Globe. There will be live music, tasty food for sale, and great art for viewing. For more information call the campus at 928-4258481. • GCC RIBBON CUTTING You are invited to the Gila Community College Regional Training Center at 4053 East Highway 60 in lower Miami, for a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, May 1, at 10 a.m. For more information call the campus at 928-425-8481. • SUPERIOR HIGH MULTI-CLASS REUNION Calling on all 1960-1985 Superior High School Alumni to help make this multi-class reunion the reunion of the decade! The festivities are scheduled for Saturday, June 30, 2012, at the Hilton East Valley located on US 60/Alma School Road. For more information, please call Frankie Jo Saavedra-Rios at 602-803-9161 or Mariann Mirelez at 602-620-4123. Don’t miss out, call and make your reservation today! • SUPERIOR HEAD START PRESCHOOL Superior Head Start Preschool is always accepting applications for 3 and 4 year old children. A variety of educational, mental health, nutrition, health activities, and, sometimes medical and dental needs are provided to meet special needs through this program. Families participate in education, social service and parent involvement activities. Children must be three years old by Aug. 31. Families must income qualify and have proof of guardianship (birth certificate or DES certified letter with child’s name and birth date). Children must have the following immunizations: Varicella, 4 DTP, 3 Polio, 1 MMR, 3 Hepatitis B and HIB booster. Call 6892812 for more information or stop by at 150 Lobb Avenue Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. • VFW #3584 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The VFW 3584 George E. Truman Post is having a membership drive, and, seeking family members of veterans to join the Ladies Auxiliary and men to start a Men’s Auxiliary. In March, 2012, they will be having their 75th anniversary celebration. Anyone interested in joining should contact the Post. • WALL OF HONOR VFW Post 3584 is seeking photos of veterans and military personnel to be displayed at the VFW Post 3584 of Superior, Arizona. Past veterans, be it you or your husband, wife, father, mother, aunt, uncle, any relative or friend, we want to honor all veterans. To donate photos to be placed on the Wall of Honor, contact Debbie at 689-5820 or Rene at 689-2428 or any member of the Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 3584 of Superior, Arizona.

• ZUMBA The Town of Superior Parks and Recreation department has announced that Zumba under the direction of Marie Blanding is back. After a brief hiatus the program is returning to the Superior Senior Center at 6 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. There is a $5 fee for each class. Classes began on Monday, April 2. For more information contact Barbara Arriola at 520-827-0052. • SUPERIOR ARBORETUM BINGO Superior Arboretum Residents Association BINGO will be held Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at 199 West Gray Drive. • FAMILY LIFE CHRISTIAN CENTER BIBLE STUDIES A new Bible Study, ‘Battlefield of the Mind’, begins Feb. 22 at Family Life Christian Center, Kellner and Lime. We will learn how to fight doubt, worry, confusion, depression, anger and condemnation with spiritual weapons and win the battle. Join us each Wednesday at 7 p.m. Call 689-2202 for more information.

• BINGO AT VFW POST #3584 Bingo is bigger and better, prize wise, at the VFW Post # 3584 in Superior. Come have fun on Friday nights, starting at 7 p.m. There’ll be 20 games of the regular, jackpot and special type and a snack bar, with a regular bar open from 5 p.m. • PARKS & REC CLASSES Superior Parks & Recreation is open every Friday and Saturday from 3-7 p.m. at the Old Roosevelt School on Lobb Avenue. Tae Kwon Do classes are held from 4-6 p.m. on Saturday. For registration, location and/or more information, come to the Roosevelt School on Saturday or contact Parks & Recreation Director Barbara Arriola at 520827-0052.

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Continued from Page 3 and Main. April 17 A criminal damage report was made to police at the Superior Police Department. April 17 Criminal damage was reported in the 800 block of Western. April 17 Possible theft was reported in the 500 block of Hill. Calls not listed include four disturbances, five alarm drops, 13 traffic reports, five welfare checks, one abandoned vehicle, two 911 hang-up calls, two information reports, three animal complaints, one civil matter, one citizen assist, one threatening complaint, two suspicious activity reports and one unwanted subject. Citizens are reminded to call Silent Witness at 1-800-358INFO, Crime Stop at 6895611 or the Information Tip Line at 520-827-0065 if they have information that may help the police department in solving a crime.

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Continued from Page 5 ups for the Magma Hotel are not being caused by the Town. Valenzuela ended his talk by encouraging residents to contact him or the other council members to address issues or concerns. The contact information for each of the council members can be found by contacting staff at the Town Hall. Muriel Thomas from the Central Arizona College Life Long Learners program also gave a brief presentation on the lifelong learner programs and asked the attendees to fill out a survey to help bring classes to Superior. The Superior Chamber of Commerce meets at noon the third Wednesday of each month at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall (VFW) 405 Main St. for their membership luncheon. You do not need to be a member to attend the membership luncheons. Lunches are $8. For more information on the Superior Chamber of Commerce visit them online at www. superiorarizonachamber.org .

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Role: Records Management Analyst Description: Resolution Copper Company is seeking a contract to hire for this position. The Records Management Analyst is responsible for performing data analysis, processes and functions related to Information Management Program for Resolution Copper Company, a rapidly growing company. Position interacts frequently (weekly and Daily) with the following groups; legal, accounting, RT Shared Services, the President RCC, VPs, all managers and supervisors, employees, and staff members. This position reports to the IS&T Manager and is a tactical and analytical strategic role for RCC’s Information Management Program. Accountabilities The accountabilities of the role are as follows: • This position supports the controlling, monitoring and maintaining company documents and regulating active and inactive records operations. • Assisting in the implementation and maintenance of records indexing classification systems. • Participate in research, development implementation of company-wide records management policies, procedures and standards. • Assist department resources in conversion of electronic documents from file shares to Document Management system. • Assist program staff to implement and maintain appropriate filing systems and performs related duties. Interpret and inform management of state and federal retention and disposition guidelines. • Evaluate and recommend media format and storage requirements to be used throughout life cycle of document/information. • Assist in the development and implementation of systems to maintain inventory of stored document. • Assist in the maintenance and updates to document retention schedules. • Communicate and provide support for the implementation of document and information policies and procedures. • Monitor auditing plans and processes to ensure compliance with the document management policy, retention schedules, associated policies and procedures, and legal accountability requirements. • Monitor ongoing document management training programs for managers and employees. • Must demonstrate commitment to compliance with applicable laws and regulations, the Company’s Ethics and Compliance Code of Conduct, and other Company policies and procedures, and take all required training courses. • Must demonstrate respect for all individuals and adhere to the Company’s values and business practices. Qualifications • College/University Education: Bachelor’s degree from accredited four-year college in Records Management, Information Science, Library Science, Business Administration, or equivalent experience. • Other Qualifications: A minimum of 2 years experience in document retention and management. A minimum of 2 years experience with a document management tool such as Documentum. • Licenses/Certifications: Certified Records Management (CRM) status desirable. • Training: Records and Document Management, Project Management, Library Science, Restoration, Preservation. Closing date is May 4, 2012. Resumes may be submitted via email to monica.denogean@resolutioncopper.com or by fax to 520689-9304. Please reference “Records Management Analyst” when submitting resume. Resolution Copper Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Role: Shaft Engineer Description: Resolution Copper Company is seeking a Shaft Engineer. The Shaft Engineer functions at the junior engineer level as part of the Shaft Construction Team within the Underground Exploration Project at Resolution Copper Mining. The Shaft Engineer is responsible for assistance in project management and contractor management related to shaft construction and associated surface and underground construction activities. Accountabilities The accountabilities of the role are as follows: • Field Work – Monitor activities to ensure work progress, quality, safety and environmental compliance. • Track construction progress and generate daily, weekly and monthly progress reports. • Cost Control – Invoice review, cost tracking, budget monitoring. • Scheduling – Generation and tracking of schedules, inputs for weekly updates. • Estimating – Scopes of work, quantity take-offs, pricing. • Meetings – Participate in safety, progress and scheduling meetings to support project coordination. Qualifications • BS in engineering or geology. • MSHA underground miner essential. • Underground mine rescue desirable. • First aid and CPR essential. • First Responder desirable. • Modern Safety Management essential. • ISO 14001 essential. • RCM safety standards essential. • RT Business Solution / SAP training is essential Closing date is May 4, 2012. Resumes may be submitted via email to monica.denogean@resolutioncopper.com or by fax to 520-6899304. Please reference “Shaft Engineer” when submitting resume. Resolution Copper Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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