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Vol. 53 No. 16
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
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Mammoth, Hayden student at CAC Aravaipa among six to claim All-Arizona Academic honors; AJ student named Gold Scholar
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Arizona College’s Michelle Johnson found her name inside the pages under the heading Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar. The Apache Junction resident who attends the Superstition Mountain Campus will receive a $1,500 stipend and a special medallion for claiming her national honor. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation sponsors the CocaCola Community College Academic Team program by recognizing 50 Gold, 50 Silver and 50 Bronze scholars, and providing nearly $187,500 in stipends annually. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society administers the Coca-Cola
Community College Academic Team Program and recognizes Coca-Cola Community College scholars during All-State Community College Academic Team Recognition ceremonies held in 37 states. Student scholars also receive local recognition during ceremonies held on campus. Community college presidents or their designated nominators may submit no more than two nominations per campus for this award. An independent panel of judges considers outstanding academic rigor, grade point average, academic and leadership awards, and engagement in college and community service in the selection process.
“We thank the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation for their See Academic, Page 6
‘Change is hard’ but H-W schools consider shift to shorter school week ByC indy Tracy A proposal for the Hayden-Winkelman Unified School District to move to a fourday school week in the next school year got an in-depth airing last week in one of two required public hearings. The hearing took place just before the H-W school board meeting on April 13. Members of the board, school administration and public joined in the discussion. Hayden-Winkelman School Superintendent Jeff Gregorich outlined the issues using an overhead projector. He cited primarily budgetary concerns but also other district needs for the possible change. “There are not a lot of options out there but to cut some things out of our budget,” he said. “That we don’t want to do.” He said that by dint of lengthening the school day, the district could still fit in the required instructional minutes.
A list of reasons for possible change included the need to save money and teachers, decrease student and teacher absences, gain more time for project based learning and teacher collaboration and eliminate half days of school. The list had a question mark on whether the new plan would increase enrollment. A number of districts have gone to fourday school weeks. Gregorich said that it has been found that the four-day week decreases student absences. This has an impact on the budget, because, he said, “We do get paid for students in school. When they’re sick it really does impact the money we get from the state.” There is the hope that parents can help reduce these absences by taking their children to medical and other appointments on Fridays instead of during the Monday through Thursday school week. Teacher absences can likewise be
reduced because staff can make their own needed appointments on Fridays. He said the new schedule would allow more time for project based learning during the day. “Sometimes the class periods are so short,” he said. The students get into the class and by the time the teacher takes attendance there is not as much time to get into project based learning activities that in the middle and high schools incorporate higher level thinking skills. “If we did go to a four day week there would be no more half days, which are really a disruption for the learning for everybody,” he said. “But there’d be more time for our teachers to collaborate and work on some of the exciting things that we have planned next year when we move towards a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) model of instruction for K-12.” See Hearing, Page 4
Easter services listed for area churches “Why do you seek the living among the dead. He is not here, but has risen.” Luke 24:5 Non-denomination Easter Sunrise Services beginning at 6 a.m. at Kearny Town Lake will highlight the celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord this Sunday. Holy Week Services in Kearny also include the following: Church of the Good Shepherd, Senator Chastain St, Kearny: Maundy Thursday, the observance of Jesus’ last supper with his disciples, 6:30 p.m. On Good Friday, Good Shepherd Church will host “A Desert Walk” on the hill above the church building from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. -- a time for meditation on the death of Jesus. The public is invited to come at any time between those hours. Participants will be given a devotional book about Jesus’ last words on the cross, and then invited to walk the paths of the Desert Garden, pausing at specified locations for reading and solitary meditation. Good Shepherd Church will also host an Easter Sunrise Service on the Village Patio in front of the fellowship hall at 5:30 a.m. The public is invited. A breakfast will follow. The main celebration of Easter will be held at 9:00 a.m. Infant Jesus of Prague Catholic Church, 501 Victoria Circle, Kearny: Holy Thursday, Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 7 p.m. Good Friday, Stations of the Cross will be held outdoors starting at 10 a.m., participants will walk from Station to Station situated around the Parish compound. That evening Celebration of the Lord’s Passion and Veneration of
the Cross will be at 7 p.m. Holy Saturday, Confession 9 to 11 a.m. The Easter Vigil, 6 p.m. Easter Sunday, The Resurrection of the Lord, masses at 7:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. St. Joseph Catholic Church, 300 Mountain View Rd., Hayden. Holy Thursday, Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 7 p.m. Good Friday, Stations of the Cross, 3 p.m. Veneration of the Cross, 7 p.m. Holy Saturday, The Easter Vigil, 7 p.m. Easter Sunday, the Resurrection of the Lord, masses at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Fellowship Baptist Church, Tilbury and Danbury, Kearny. Good Friday service, 6 p.m. Easter Sunday, Sunrise Service, Kearny Lake; Sunday School, 9:30, Easter service, 10:45 a.m. Kearny Southern Baptist Church, 302 Danbury. Easter Sunday, the church is joining the sunrise services at the Kearny Lake, at 6:00 am and will have coffee and donuts afterwards. Sunday School at 9:45, Easter Services, 11;00 a.m. Other Churches in the Copper Basin area include: San Pedro Valley Baptist Church, Dudleyville Road, Dudleyville. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 200 Hammond Road, Kearny. Kearny Church of Christ, 103 Hammond Drive, Kearny. Iglesia Pentecostal De Dios De La Montaña, 688 Hayden Ave., Hayden. Lighthouse Assembly of God, Hwy 77, MP 134, ½ mile south of Winkelman. Copper Valley Christian Center, Corner of Upton and Croydon, Kearny. “He is risen, Alleluia!”
Asarco donates to Foundation for Blind Children By William Loehr Asarco has partnered with the Foundation for Blind Children’s (FBC) to underwrite five legs of Mike Armstrong’s historic trek across Arizona. Mike Armstrong is attempting to be the first blind person to hike the Arizona Trail, which stretches from Mexico to Utah, approximately 800 miles. This route will take him through the nearby towns of Oracle, Kearny, and Superior and also by the Ray Mine. There are 43 Passages on the Arizona Trail and FBC is attempting to raise $1,000 for each passage. Asarco is a Regional Sponsor and as such, Asarco will be listed next to the five passages it is sponsoring. This donation will allow five blind students a chance to attend the FBC’s summer camp program. The
Summer Camp is a unique camp for blind students and is often the only camp they will attend. The four, weeklong camps are designed for complete immersion into four areas of development to produce independent young adults and raise their quality of life with a focus on Literacy with Assistive Technology, Wilderness, Sports and Life Skills. Having lost sight 14 years ago due to non-diabetic retinopathy, Armstrong has hiked the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim and set a world record by reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro with seven other blind hikers. Asarco’s Bill Loehr hiked in a mile to meet up with Mike and his two guides (Ben Cane and Yancey Herriage) and their support vehicle person (Anthony
The Easter Egg-spress will make annual stops in Kearny, Hayden
The Town of Kearny is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 23, at Hubbard Park, starting promptly at 9 a.m. The Town of Hayden’s Easter Egg hunt will also be held April 23 at 10 a.m. at Hastings Park (golf course). There will be free hot dogs and drinks and a possible visit from EB himself! There will be games and crafts, face painting, kids’ dance & music.
Herriage) just before reaching their 200 mile marker accomplishment. The pictures in the attachments are at the end of Passage #12 that started on Mt. Lemmon and finished at American Flag Trailhead - FR 38 near the town of Oracle. FBC is an Arizona-based non-profit organization that creates opportunities for visually impaired individuals. The Arizona Trail is an 800+ mile National Scenic Trail from Mexico to Utah that traverses the whole northsouth length of Arizona. The trail begins at the Coronado National Memorial near the U.S.-Mexico border and terminates near the ArizonaUtah border north of Jacob Lake. The Arizona Trail is a primitive trail for hiking, equestrians, mountain biking, and even cross country skiing, showcasing the wide variety of mountain ranges and ecosystems of Arizona including areas that are unchanged from when Arizona became a territory in 1863. Asarco belongs to the Arizona Trail Association’s Premier Legacy Partner Program which includes corporate, non-profit and government agencies that contribute from $2,000 to $20,000 annually to the Arizona Trail Association. These contributions support the completion and preservation of the Arizona Trail and will leave a legacy for future generations to enjoy.
Yancey Herriage, front left, Mike Armstrong, Ben Cane and Anthony Herriage, back, are ready to set out on the Arizona Trail again after a brief respite in Oracle. (Submitted photo)
Yancey Herriage, Mike Armstrong and Ben Cane show off their nifty new T-shirts from Asarco while Bill Loehr looks on. (Submitted photo)
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The Mining Brief By Lana Jones July copper was trading at $4.26 per pound Tuesday morning. That’s 10 cents lower than its price at the beginning of the month but still well above the $3.50 range it was trading at this time last year. Freeport McMoRan Corporate Responsibility magazine named Freeport McMoRan in their 2011 “100 Best Corporate Citizens List.” Freeport came in number 24 ahead of companies like Pepsico, Starbucks, and Disney. Companies were rated in seven categories including environment, human rights, and employee relations. Freeport received its highest ranking in the human rights category. The company tied for fifth in the category with Alcoa. A recent Arizona Daily Star story said that Freeport is still trying to fill 500 vacancies at its four sites in Arizona: Miami, Morenci, Safford, and Sierrita.
Freeport shares were trading at $50.90 Tuesday morning. Gold Hawk The Oracle Ridge Copper Mine is on schedule to return to production, Gold Hawk Chairman and CEO Kevin Drover, said in a press release earlier this month. Work is moving on many fronts. The initial designs for a 10-million-ton dry stack tailings pile and plant area are complete. “Test work is also scheduled to begin an evaluation for a paste back-fill system. It is the Company’s desire to return as much as possible of new tailings generated by the planned operation back underground as feasible, thereby minimizing the mine’s environmental footprint,” the release said. Gold Hawk also said that environmental studies are underway. The release stated, “Water quality sampling has
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This ‘n That begun … [and] two air quality and weather monitoring stations have been constructed.” Other mining news Renewed exploration is proposed or underway at two more spots in southeastern Arizona. Millrock Resources, one of the companies exploring in the Copper Creek area, announced it entered into an exploration agreement on the Rainville project. The project is located south of the Morenci mine. The agreement comes with an option to purchase.
In Pinal County, Nevadabased Gryphon Resources Inc. is exploring the Cruce Property it purchased early this year. Gryphon is searching for copper and gold documented by previous owners. “We’re pleased and cautiously optimistic about our progress with the Cruce Property,” President and CEO Alan Muller said in a press release. “In sum, our efforts to date continue to support our expectation that the Cruce Property has significant gold and copper-porphyry potential.”
Kearny Police Report According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting ofﬁcer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are estimates. Apr. 12 Christian David Harmon, 35 of Kearny, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear out of Kearny Magistrate Court. Apr. 13 Joseph Ray Bentley, 25 of Winkelman, was arrested for driving on a suspended license and failure to display legal license plate. He was cited and released and the vehicle was towed for a mandatory 30-day impoundment. Apr. 14 Forgery of a check was reported. Apr. 15 A non-injury accident was reported at the Ray High School parking lot. Apr. 17 Ray Modesto Carmelo, 19 of Hayden, was arrested for driving on a restricted license and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was cited and released and the vehicle was
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towed for a mandatory 30-day impoundment. Jose Molina, 20 of Hayden, was arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was cited and released. Two female juveniles were arrested for curfew violations. They were cited and released. Other calls included 18 ambulance runs; seven information reports; one agency assist; one animal detail other than dog bite; one 911 call; and on alarm drop. One citation was written for speed and verbal warnings included one for faulty equipment; and three for speed. One vehicle was red-tagged as abandoned.
Pinal County Sheriff’s Report The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. April 8 An unknown substance in a syringe was found in the 22000 block of North Mienta Avenue, Kearny. Kearny Ambulance was dispatched to the scene to safely collect the syringe. April 10 Frederico Madrid Alderete, 35, Dudleyville, was arrested in the 78200 block of San Pedro, Dudleyville, and charged with criminal damage and disorderly conduct. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence.
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This ‘n That listings are reserved for non-proﬁt groups and community announcements. All items for this column must be in the Copper Basin News ofﬁce by 5 p.m. Friday for publication in the following Wednesday’s edition. Due to space constraints, not all of the items in This ‘n That are printed in the Copper Basin News. For a more complete listing including ongoing clubs and organization meeting times and dates, please go online to www.copperarea. com. KEARNY CLEAN UP Kearny’s free dump day is held on the second Saturday of every month at the old transfer station. The next free dump day is set for May 14. FOOD DISTRIBUTION DATE CHANGES Please note the change in date: the Copper Basin Food Bank will distribute food on the third Thursday of every month at 1:30 p.m. at Hubbard Park in Kearny. The next distribution date is April 21. Please bring your own box. Donations are accepted. The CBFB is assisted by the Florence Food Bank. RAY PRIMARY PREK I N D E R G A R T E N REGISTRATION Registration for Ray Primary Pre-Kindergarten will take place Friday, May 13, from 9 am – 11 am, at the Primary Office and Screenings in rooms 212211. You will need complete immunization and birth records in order to register. Children must be 4 years old, prior to Sept 1st, Pre-K program for special needs students, 3 years and up. If you have any questions, you may call the Primary Office at 363-5527 ext. 101. SOFTBALL TOURNEY On April 30 and May 1, there will be a co-ed benefit softball tournament for Kacy Bone. The tournament will be held at the San Manuel Softball Field. To register and for more information, please call Rick at 520-310-6201. WATER LINES FLUSHED The Town of Kearny will be flushing the water lines on May 4, starting at 8 am. Employees will start across the highway, and work their way through the town. Please refrain from washing any clothes for several hours ,after the lines on your street have been flushed. Questions? Call Kearny Town Hall, 520-363-5547. STINGRAY VOLLEYBALL PRE-REGISTRATION To pre-register for the Stingray Mud Volleyball Tournament call Dee, 520-356-6203, before May 20. Sign in May 21 at 8 a.m. Winkelman Flats; games begin at 9 a.m. and end at 6 p.m. The cost is $60 a team or $10 individual. Funds raised will benefit the
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Stingrays. STINGRAYS REGISTRATION Stingrays registration is April 23, at Hayden Park from 4 – 6 p.m. The registration fee is $25; cost for shirts $10, girls’ suits $60, and boys’ suits $50. Call Dee at 928200-0637 or 520-356-6203 for more information. TOWN OF KEARNY EASTER EGG HUNT The Town of Kearny’s traditional Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 23, at Hubbard’s Park, starting at 9 a.m. If you would like to volunteer, come at 7:30 a.m. Call Kearny Town Hall at 520-363-5547, if you have questions. MUD VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT Sign up on Thursday, May 12, for the Mud Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, May 14. Tournament starts at 9 a.m. Cost is $10 per person. There will be prizes for first place winners. Call Ana Lopez at 520-237-1289, or, Liz Encinas at 520-275-0233, or, Rita Pina at 520-216-1054. There will be a concession stand. All proceeds are for the HaydenWinkelman Little League. Please come and support the kids! H-W LITTLE LEAGUE OPENING CEREMONIES Opening ceremonies for the Hayden-Winkelman Little League T-Ball Teams will be Saturday, April 30, at 6 p.m. at the Little League Field. All are welcome to attend. Come out and support the kids! MARCH OF DIMES FUNDRAISER Bank of the West in Kearny, a proud supporter of March of Dimes, is hosting a non-profit hamburger and hotdog fundraiser on Tuesday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the bank. Come enjoy the food and make a difference in someone’s life. Donations would be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, please contact Branch Manager Mark Romo at 3635588. HPD OPEN HOUSE Hayden Police and Fire Departments will be having an Open House on Saturday, May 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Both departments will be open for questions and concerns. WeTip information will be available. Refreshments (hot dogs, chips cookies and drinks) will be served and there will be bike raffles. Please come out and bring your kids. MOTHER’S DAY PARTY AT SENIOR CENTER The Hayden Senior Center will have its annual Mother’s Day party on Friday, May 6, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you need a ride to the event, please call 520-3567035. KNOW YOUR GARDEN WORKSHOP Attend the Know Your Garden Workshop for Small Acreage Landowners on Thursday, April 21, 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., at Central Arizona College Campus, Room #B21, 80440 E. Aravaipa Rd in Winkelman. Subjects will be vermicomposting, laying out the garden, irrigation, mulching, and more. Cost is $10 per person. RSVP by calling Hattie Hendrick at 520-887-6115 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by April 13. MAMMOTH TURKEY SHOOT The San Pedro Valley Lions Club, in Mammoth, is sponsoring a “Turkey Shoot”, at the Ralph Herrera Shooting Range, Saturday, April 23, starting at 9 a.m. Prizes will be “Split the Pot”, turkeys, Best Shot of the Day, and a plaque for first and second place. Charge is $2.50 per shot. Any caliber is allowed. For more information, call Billy Romero at 520-487-2647 or Ralph Herrera at 520-487-2822. HEAD START /EARLY HEAD START Winkelman Head Start and Early Head Start Home Programs are now accepting applications for 2011/2012 School Year. Head Start serves children and families 3 - 4 years of age (this year, must be 3 before Sept 1), while Early Head Start serves pregnant teens and women, as well as infants and toddlers up to 3 years of age, and their families. Both serve children with disabilities, and both provide nutrition, health, education, and family services. Parents will need proof of income, immunization records, and birth certificates at time of application. Head Start officials can be reached at 520840-0722. ANDERSON PARK MUSEUMS The Museums at Anderson Park, 329 Croydon Rd. in Kearny, are now open, Thursday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., and will remain open through April. Admission is free.
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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
Georgie Digs By Georgie Wood (email@example.com) When we needed help on the ranch, most of it was good, and sometimes things happened that were comical, such as after we had hired two young men from Missouri who had answered our 1955 ad for hired hands. One fellow was a natural cowboy who I think looked like a young, blond James Garner! One day when the men were going to brand cattle at Rimrock, the large, stock-raising homestead the Wood family had obtained in a trade with Abe White in 1934, they were gathering bundles of wood for the branding fire by packing the wood in piggin’ string-tied bundles in front of them on their horses. The other young fellow was on our gentle mare “Doodle”, and when a bundle of wood was handed up to him on his horse, he didn’t have hold of his reins over the bundle of wood when Doodle took off. She started to run and he kept yelling, “ Whoa, Doodle, whoa! Please stop, Doodle!” Of course, he lost the bundle of wood, but didn’t get hurt. Fred Wood’s wife, Alice, and I always made good lunches for the men to carry in canvas bags that were tied to their saddles if they were riding, but there was one young fellow who always complained about his lunch. Alice got tired of his complaining, so one day he found his lunch bag only contained two slices of bread with nothing in between. Of course, the others were prepared for this and made sure he had a good lunch. Alice and I took turns cooking for any extra people, and one man preferred eating at the house where there was pie for dessert. Alice made the best pies, and she also made really good cookies that contained golden raisins, chopped pecans, and lemon flavoring. After dropping spoons of the raw dough onto a baking pan, she would pat each down flat before baking, but she didn’t care for the name the kids gave them. It was “Cow Pies” because they were so big. There was one fellow who liked to play tricks on others, and I
was told that he once turned a javalina loose in the dance area of the Oracle Junction Inn, causing quite a stir, and his wife got the best of him one evening after he got sleepy and went to bed while they had company in their home. He was awakened really quick after she used a “hot shot” on him! For those who don’t know what a hot shot is, although being a trade name, it is a low-voltage cattle prod that is used to get animals moving. One day, Fred, Cliff, and a friend were branding at Stone Cabin Tank on our range, and after Cliff roped a good-sized bull calf and it was tied down, the friend wanted to “go to the bushes”. He walked down into a wash where all that could be seen of him was his hat. Well, whoever had tied the calf hadn’t done a good job because it kicked loose and headed towards the man in the wash who, when he saw the calf, started waving his hat and yelling. The calf turned away from him, and by that time both Cliff and Fred were on their horses. Cliff was on a big palomino gelding and was just about to rope the calf when Fred cut in front of him on his smaller mare. Being knocked to the side,
Fred fell off. After Cliff yelled, “Are you ok?”, Fred, who was shaken up but not hurt, yelled, “ Yes, go get the calf!” There were times when things weren’t comical, though. We had first met Jerry Harris of Tucson about 1958 when he was just a teenager, and I believe it was in 1963 when Cliff, Fred, and Jerry drove up on our range, and Cliff and Jerry decided to do some target practice with their twentytwo pistols. Cliff really liked V-8 juice and usually had a can or two with him, so their target was going to be an empty V8 can. Cliff was the Wood brother who would try to have some fun when the men were working, while not letting that fun interfere with what work had to be done. Fred usually didn’t partake in that sort of thing, so he surprised Cliff and Jerry after they weren’t doing well at their target practicing. Fred said that he would show them. His pistol was in the front pocket of his pants, of all places, and as he pulled at the pistol, he cocked it and shot himself in the leg! The bullet had gone through the upper part of his thigh and went out just above his knee, missing anything important. By
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the time the men got home, Fred was very pale and sick. I was told that after Cliff had taken Fred to Dr. Huestis at the Hayden Hospital, one of the things done was the insertion through the wound of a thin wire that had a piece of silk on its end that might pick up any lead in the wound. Fred’s wife, Alice, had started teaching third grade in Hayden in the early part of 1963, the year their sons, Lynn and Marty, were in fifth and third grades there, and after Alice arrived home that day, she thought someone else had shot Fred! When Fred was recuperating at home, his leg was of many colors, like a terrible bruise. Later, he never liked to talk about it. Some good cowboys remembered included Ted Corum from Missouri; Juan Morales and his son, Ted; Jerry Harris; Bill McNew; Felix “Chio” Ruiz; Joe Martinez: Raymond Arbizo; and Jimmy Ellis.
Bearcats have an incredible run this week, go 3-1 in race for playoff berth By Taylor Sheaffer Ritter The team went 3-1 last week in an amazing week of games; in doing so, they “climbed back into the hunt for a playoff spot,” according to Head Coach Herb White. Unfortunately the week was begun with the loss they suffered on Thursday, April 14, against the San Tan Foothills, this game resulting in a score of 7-12. However the boys came back with vengeance during their next games. It would be nice to say that “these were decidedly close and heated games” against Baboquivari, with “the team
managing to best them during each game by a single run”, yet only seven Baboquivari players showed up to load the bus to head for Ray and thus these games as automatic wins for the Bearcats. The automatic score for both games is 1-0… shutouts…sort of. Dustin Bingham continues to lead the team with a .559 batting average and with this average he currently holds ninth place in the state for high batting averages in the 2A division. Jacob Wernett is second on the team in batting averages with a .405 and he See Bearcats, Page 9
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Lady Bearcats blow through their opponents By Taylor Sheaffer Ritter YAY Lady Bearcats! These gals are pretty awesome, they have been working their behinds right off and perfecting the art of softball to the point that their opponents should be shaking in the boots…err, cleats. The girls have been blowing away their opponents on all sides and with the help of their wonderful coaches, this has been a great season. During their game against San Tan Valley, Anissa Newman got win with a no hitter, seven strikes, one Base on Ball, and no hits. Hitting was Lacee Reidhead who was 2 for 5 with one Run batted in and then Samantha Juvera, who was 2 for 4 with two RBIs; closing in the ranks with Breauna Hathaway, who was 2 for 4 with
three RBIs. This game was not at all close, highlighting their supreme skills on the field—it came in, an awesome shut out at 17-0. After a brief break and regrouping, the ladies went up against Baboquivari for two games on Saturday, April 16. Again, these were fantastic games for the Lady Bearcats, verifiably breaking the talent bank. Since the baseball team showed up too few, too short, the Bearcats baseball team received the unexpected pleasure of sitting, watching and cheering on their female counterparts—the stands becoming a jumble of baseball jargon and nicknames. During the first game Anissa Newman got the win with six strikes, zero Base on
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Balls, and four hits. Again for hitting, Lacee Reidhead was 2 for 4 with 1 RBI, Anissa Newman was hitting 2 for 4, Leticia Arguello was at 2 for 4 with 1 RBI. Samantha Juvera followed on hitting at 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs, Breauna Hathaway was 1 for 3 with 3 RBIs, and Taelor Harmon was hitting 2 for 4. This game ended with a fantastic score of 14-3. Directly following this big win the girls decided to basically hit repeat. Coach Dan Hatfield explains, “Paula Real got the win with three strikes, six BB and five hits.” Hitting for Ray was Paula Real at 1 for 2, two RBIs, Taelor Harmon coming in at 2 for 4 with one RBI, and Ashley Meza at 2 for 3. This game finished with a near-shutout at 11-1. Way to go, Gals! Tuesday, the ladies headed over to Globe to meet the Tigers in battle and defend their winning streak; at press time, the final score of this game was unknown. Following this the ladies get a bit of a break for more training, until the meet with Desert Christian in Ray on April 26 at 4 p.m. Come out and see some superskillz!
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By Nolberto Waddell If the Hayden Lobo baseball team continues playing baseball the way they have the last two weeks and if the power point system gets them into the playoffs, the Lobos will be a team nobody will want to play in the early rounds. The Lobos started out last week taking on the highly ranked Miami Vandal baseball team on the Lobo field. Things looked like a repeat of the first contest between the teams early in the game but the tide soon turned for the Blue and White. Thomas Cabrera took the mound for the Lobos and the game started out bad for him in the first inning. He struck out the first batter but things went wrong after that when he
hit the next batter, gave up an RBI triple, hit the next batter before getting the second out but two more hits brought in two more runs before the inning ended to give Miami a 0 to 4 lead with the Lobos coming up to bat. Cabrera started the bottom of the first with a double but it would be as far as he would get when the next three batters struck out and grounded out. The Vandals added two more runs in the top of the second on a hit, a double and another hit to take a 0 to 6 lead after an inning and one half. The Lobo bats finally woke up in the second. After one out, the Lobos Encinas, Ortiz and Gonzales walked to load the bases and two runs came across on a hit by Panchito Moreno. A hit by Cabrera
brought in another run to cut the Vandal lead in half, 3 to 6. The Vandal third inning was quiet going down in order. In the Lobos’ third inning, Jordon Garcia drilled the first pitch he saw over the left field fence to cut the Vandal lead to 4 to 6. The Vandals added a run in the fourth on two hits for a 4 to 7 lead but the Lobos came roaring back in the bottom of the fourth. Marcos Gonzales drew a walk, Moreno made the first out followed by another hit by Cabrera and the bases were loaded with Lobos when Chris Manriquez walked. Erik Rivera worked the Vandal pitcher for an RBI walk and the bases still loaded for a hot hitting Garcia who dropped a two RBI hit into right field.
least help with some of that problem.” But he said he also felt the four-day schedule meets other district goal of more planning time for teachers “so that we can implement a very exciting STEM program, a school that really excites kids.” The four-day schedule would move the district from 180 days of school to 149. The school day would be 6.75 hours long for students, from 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Teachers would work nine hours per day, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. They would also work some staff collaboration days on Fridays. Full-time classified staff would work four 10-hour days. Gregorich’s roster of “Negatives” concerning the four-day plan had three words at the top of the list: “Change
is hard.” Other negatives included parents needing to provide child care for primary students on Fridays and the district possibly losing students. There might also be issues with Friday sports, potential decrease in learning time and possible lost wages for some classified employees. Nevertheless, he said, “We need to do something as a school district right now.” An audience member asked if the four-day plan would result in losing teachers. “No, we’re not losing any of our teachers,” Gregorich said. He added, though, that as the schools gets smaller, at certain levels there will be some reductions, but not in core subject areas. “This will help save teachers,” he said. School Board President Anna Guzman spoke about another district that has been doing a four-day school week for two years. She said she had been told that “they love it.” She said that district had Boys & Girls Club open and holding activities all day Friday at school. “So that kind of helps provide some child care,” she said. “I don’t know if we could incorporate that into our Cyber Café or look into groups that could come in and offer activities.” Nannette Quesada of the board said she was all for the four-day school week “if that is what everyone is all for.” But, she said, the hours proposed were “long and hard.” She told of her own experience with long teaching hours. She said they needed to think about that. “You’ve got to actually feel a day when you’re at work,” she said. “Imagine you’re starting at 8 o’clock, going to 3:45 with the kids. Then you have to stay until 4:30 without the kids. It’s a long day. I’m for it, but we’ve got to think about that.” A man standing in the hallway watching said children who had a long bus ride home should be considered. He said he lived in Mammoth. If his child stayed after school she did not get home until 5 o’clock. “That does not even give her time to do her homework or play.” He also had concerns of it being too hot on the bus during warmer weather. “That’s a big issue for me,” he said. Someone asked whether tutoring would still be offered under the four-day plan. Gregorich said there would be some restructuring but that some tutoring could be done during the extended school day. “I am optimistic that all the kids’ needs can be met in that extended day,” he said. The second hearing on the four-day school week proposal will take place on April 27 at 5:30 p.m. For more information, contact the Hayden-Winkelman Unified School District.
Continued from Page 1 He said the STEM curriculum at Hayden-Winkelman is to be implemented for all students. “It is not a movement that is just new,” he said. “It is something that we’re ready to get aboard at a time when we can be on top of things in these areas.” In addition, he said, elimination of half days in a four-day school week plan has been found in other districts to increase enrollment rather than decrease it. He talked about the effect of tax rate change in H-W and other districts. “The impact that it’ll have on us is that we can create a budget but I will not be able to levy enough money to meet that budget,” he said. “This is a way to at
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11 to 8 when the Lobos went down in order in their half of the sixth. The Vandals made it interesting in the top of the seventh. After a lead-off walk, Cabrera buckled down and struck out the next two batters but walked the next Vandal for runners at first and second. The next batter got a run in on an error by the Lobo shortstop with Vandals on first and third. The Vandals had the bases loaded with an intentional walk to the Vandals hot hitter of the game who had a triple and two doubles; the tactic worked out perfectly when the next batter hit a grounder toward second for the final out and a great win for the Lobos, 11 to 9. Thomas Cabrera went the distance for the pitching win and also had a double and two singles and scored two runs in four at bats. Roman Padilla had an RBI hit in three at bats with Panchito Moreno getting a two RBI hit in four at bats.
Continued from Page 4 Roman Padilla drove in another run with another hit to right field before the inning ended with the Lobos ahead 8 to 7. The Vandals had a runner at third in the fifth inning but could not bring him around. The Lobo bats continued in the fifth inning with Marcos Gonzales working the Vandal pitcher for his third walk of the game. An out followed and the Lobos had runners at first and second on an error on Cabrera’s hit toward third. The bases were loaded again when Chris Manriquez got hit by a pitch and after the second out, Garcia again came up this time clearing the bases with an RBI double before the inning ended with Hayden ahead 11 to 7. The Vandals scored a single run in the sixth on a walk and a hit to cut the Lobo lead to
Rubalcaba represents NAU at national championships Skylar Rubalcaba, a sophomore at Northern Arizona University, and a member of the NAU Trijacks, the NAU Triathlon team, was recently selected to represent the NAU Trijacks at the National Collegiate Triathlon Championships, April 9, 2011, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Rubalcaba was one of the six men representing the NAU Trijacks Men’s team. The Nationals seated the nation’s top athletes representing colleges and universities from around the nation. The triathlon was of Olympic length, opening with the 1500 meter swim (.93 mile), followed by the 40K bike race (24.8 miles), and finishing with the 10K run (6.2miles). He finished the competition in 2-hours, 23-minutes, and 39 seconds and set a new personal record at this competition (One year ago at the Mountain Conference Triathlon Championships Rubalcaba’s time was 2:45:15, and on March 20, 2011 2:24:45), trimming more than
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Jordon Garcia had the Lobos’ hot bat getting a solo homerun, a two RBI single and a three RBI double in four at bats. The Canyon State Academy Rams were in Hayden on Friday for a game that would be a home contest for the Rams. The Rams did not have a very good team this time around getting routed in five innings 19 to 2. The Lobos batted in the top of the first and had the first two batters getting walked with the Lobos scoring a run on an error on Matt Manriquez’s fly ball to center. Jordon Garcia stepped into the batter’s box and sailed the third pitch he saw over the left field fence for a three RBI homerun. After an out, Marcos Gonzales reached base on a hit and came around to score on a couple of throwing outs for an early 5 to 0 score. The Rams scored their two runs in the bottom of the first on a hit batter and a couple of throwing errors to cut the Lobo lead to 5 to 2. It would be as close as the Rams would get to the Lobos. The Lobos would put the game away in the top of the second inning scoring 10 runs with the big blast a grand slam homerun by Jordon Garcia to take a 15 to 2 lead. The Rams would go down in order in the bottom of the second. The
Lobos would add another run in the third when Garcia got his third hit of the game with a double to left, went to third on a fly out by Padilla and would score the 16th run when a balk was called on the Rams pitcher. The Rams would get a runner to third base but would strand him there when Matt Manriquez buckled down to get the three outs. The Lobos would add the final three runs in the top of the fourth inning. Rodney Ortiz would lead-off with a single, after two outs, Erik Rivera would get on base with a fielder’s choice and he and Ortiz would score on Matt Manriquez’s two RBI double. Manriquez would score the Lobos’ 19th run on an RBI double before the inning ended. The Rams would go down in order in the fourth. The Lobos would load the bases in the top of the fifth but would not score any of the runners. The Rams would get a runner on in the bottom of the fifth but a good throw from the centerfielder, Rodney Ortiz, would nail the runner at third base to end the game and give Hayden the 19 to 2 win. Matt Manriquez went the distance for the Lobos on the mound to earn the pitching win giving up the two unearned runs, striking out
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As current Mayor of Hayden, I would like to express my sincere gratitude for your support in electing me as Mayor for the past several years. I have taken great honor in representing the town and the residents in this position. As you know, I am seeking re-election for Town of Hayden Mayor this May 17th. I have been approached by many individuals asking me why I have not been campaigning door to door countering my opponent. As a life-long resident of the Hayden-Winkelman area, I want everyone to know that my heart and best interest for Hayden is why I choose to run for office again. I do not believe in engaging in dirty politics. The Town of Hayden faces potential challenges within the next few years that my opponent is not aware of. These changes can impact the town as a whole. I am focused on working on what we can do to reduce any local and state impacts that our town may face in the upcoming years.
As the Hayden Town Council, we have improved our services impacting several areas in our town. We have supported our elders by adding programs to the senior center. We support our local schools with after-school programs and encourage our youth to participate in events held at our public library. We have an excellent police department that helps and serves the residents of Hayden and county law enforcement agencies. Our fire department provides mutual aid which helps out our surrounding communities. The council promotes an annual community event in September in honor of our residents. Can we improve the Town of Hayden…..absolutely! I will continue to lead and work diligently with the council members you voted into office along with the Town Manager and protect our town with the advice and support of our town attorney. Hayden is a great place to live and raise a family. As you receive your ballots, please think about the future of Hayden. Vote for the candidate that will represent the Town of Hayden with dignity, perseverance, conscientiousness and collaborative efforts. I urge you not to put the future of Hayden at risk or jeopardy. Please vote Monica Badillo for the Town of Hayden Mayor.
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Original Principal Balance: $1,729,587.20 Original Trustor: MCDAVID BUSINESS PARK, LLC., an Arizona limited liability company 16009 North 81st Street, Suite 200 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Current Beneficiary: PERRI FAMILY TRUST, under Agreement dated October 6, 1980, as amended Shirley Perri, Trustee P.O. Box 30596 Mesa, AZ 85275-0596 Phoenix, AZ 85023 Current Successor Trustee Roger C. Decker Attorney at Law Udall, Shumway & Lyons, P.L.C. 30 W. 1st Street Mesa, Arizona 85201 Sale information (480) 461-5300 or (480) 461-5344 Conveyance of the property shall be without warranty, expressed or implied, and subject to all liens, claims or interest having a priority senior to the Deed of Trust. The Trustee shall not express an opinion as to the condition of title. The Trustee qualifies pursuant to A.R. S. 33-803(A)(2) as a member of the State Bar of Arizona. The State Bar of Arizona is the regulatory body of the trustee. DATED this 18th day of March, 2011. TRUSTEE: /s/ Roger C. Decker, Attorney at Law Successor Trustee, qualified per A.R.S. 33-803(A)(2) as a member of the State Bar of Arizona STATE OF ARIZONA County of Maricopa ) On March 18, 2011, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared Roger C. Decker, Attorney at Law, Member of the State Bar, personally known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed same in his authorized capacity, and that by his signature on the instrument, the person or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted executed the instrument. Witness my hand and official seal. /s/ Jeanne M. Lambly Notary Public My Commission Expires October 21, 2011 We are assisting the Beneficiary in the collection of a debt and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. EXHIBIT A That portion of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter and the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 21, Township 4 South Range 3 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona,lying South and West of the Southern Pacific Railroad; EXCEPT a tract of land 120 feet in length and 100 feet in width, situated in the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of said Section 21, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the Northeast corner of said Tract of land, marked by an iron pipe located on the Southerly right of way boundary of the Southern Pacific Company, from whence the corner common to Sections 21, 22, 27 and 28, Township 4 South, Range 3 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona bears South 78 degrees 56 minutes East 1471.4 feet; Thence North 53 degrees 48 minutes West along the said Southerly right of way boundary of the Southern Pacific Company, 120 feet to an iron pipe; Thence South 36 degrees 12 minutes West 100 feet to an iron pipe; Thence South 53 degrees 48 minutes East 120 feet to an iron pipe; Thence North 36 degrees 12 minutes East 100 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; and EXCEPT that portion deeded to Pinal County recorded in Docket 1843, page 731, described as follows: That portion of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 21, Township 4 South, Range 3 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona, described as follows: COMMENCING at the Southeast corner of said Section 21; thence South 89 degrees 48 minutes 07 seconds West a distance of 1321.48 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; and said point being on the South line of said Section 21; thence North 01 degrees 15 minutes 13 second West a distance of 197.93 feet to a point on the South right of way line of the Southern Pacific Boulevard; Thence continuing along said line North 53 degrees 49 minutes 25 seconds West a distance of 147.04 feet; Thence South 36 degrees 10 minutes 25 seconds West a distance of 100.00 feet; Thence North 53 degrees 49 minutes 25 seconds West a distance of 120.00 feet; Thence North 36 degrees 10 minutes 53 seconds East, a distance of 100.00 feet to a point on the South right of way line of the Southern Pacific Railroad; Thence continuing along said line North 53 degrees 49 minutes 25 seconds West a distance of 187.70 feet; Thence South 8 degrees 49 minutes 25 seconds East a distance of 148.29 feet; Thence along the arc of a curve to the left having a radius of 120.00 feet a distance of 94.25 feet; Thence South 53 degrees 49 minutes 25 seconds East a distance of 246.53 feet; Thence along the arc of a curve to the right having a radius of 80.00 feet, a distance of 73.40 feet; Thence South 1 degree 15 minutes 13 seconds East a distance of 34.40 feet; Thence North 89 degrees 48 minutes 07 seconds East a distance of 70.01 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; and EXCEPT that portion described as follows: COMMENCING at the Southeast corner of said Section 21; Thence North 89 degrees 50 minutes 00 seconds West along the South line of said Section 21, a distance of 1930.00 feet; Thence North 00 degrees 10 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 180.87 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence North 00 degrees 10 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 316.00 feet; Thence North 89 degrees 50 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 316.00 feet; Thence South 00 degrees 10 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 316.00 feet; Thence South 89 degrees 50 minutes 00 seconds East, a distance of 316.00 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. 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Graduating from another high school? If you would like your picture to be included with this year’s high school graduates to be published in the Copper Basin News May 25th, please bring your picture to the Copper Basin News office, 366 Alden Road, Kearny, no later than May 20. Hayden High School and Ray High School will provide graduates’ pictures.
American higher education with 1,270 chapters on college campuses in all 50 of the United States, Canada, Germany, the Republic of Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the British Virgin Islands, the United Arab Emirates and U.S. territorial possessions. More than 2.5 million students have been inducted since its founding in 1918, with approximately 125,000 students inducted annually. All-Arizona Academic Team It has been a banner spring semester for Johnson who, along with five of her CAC classmates, also claimed All-Arizona Academic Team accolades during a recognition ceremony on Feb. 23 at the Fiesta Resort Conference Center in Tempe, Ariz. She was named to the First Team which landed her an opportunity to become a Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar.
FRANCHISE AGREEMENT BETWEEN ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY AND TOWN OF KEARNY, ARIZONA Section 1. - Grant of Franchise: There is hereby granted to Arizona Public Service Company, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Arizona (herein called “Grantee”), its successors and assigns, a franchise (herein called the “Franchise”) to construct, maintain and operate its electrical system, as defined herein, upon, over, along, across and under the present and future public rights-ofway. These rights-of-way include but are not limited to streets, alleys, ways and highways in the Town of Kearny, Arizona (herein called “Town”). Grantee’s system includes electric power lines, together with all necessary or desirable appurtenances, including, but not limited to, poles, towers, wires, cables, conduits, transmission lines, transformers, switches and communication lines for its own use. This Franchise is for Grantee’s use of Town’s public rights-of-way to supply and deliver electric energy to Town, its successors, the inhabitants thereof, and all individuals and entities either within or beyond the limits thereof, for all purposes. Section 2. – Grantee’s Compliance with Town Practice; Plans Submitted for Approval; Town Construction near Grantee’s Facilities: All construction under this Franchise shall be performed in accordance with established practices of Town with respect to such public rights-of-way. Such construction shall be completed within a reasonable time. Before Grantee makes any installations in the public rights-of-way, Grantee shall upon request or direction from Town obtain a construction permit and submit for approval a map showing the location of such proposed installations to Town’s Engineer. Town and Grantee agree and understand that there may be instances when Grantee is required to make repairs that are of an emergency nature. Grantee shall notify Town prior to such repairs, to the extent practicable, and shall obtain the necessary permits in a reasonable time after notification, showing the work performed in the public rights-of-way. If Town authorizes either directly or through a contractor any construction project adjacent to or near Grantee’s facilities operated pursuant to this Franchise, Town shall include in all such construction specifications, bids, and contracts, a requirement that the contractor or his designee must comply with the overhead power line safety laws (A.R.S. § 40-360.41 et. seq. as amended). Section 3. – Construction and Relocation of Grantee’s Facilities; Payment: All facilities installed or constructed pursuant to this Franchise shall be so located or relocated and so erected as to minimize the interference with traffic, or other authorized uses over, under or through the public rightsof-way. Furthermore, Grantee shall not install, construct, maintain or use its facilities in a manner that damages or interferes with any existing facilities of another utility located in the public rights-of-way and agrees to relocate its facilities, if necessary, to accommodate another facility relocation that has a prior rights interest in the public rights-of-way. Activities related to the construction of Grantee’s facilities within the rights-ofway such as traffic control, backfilling, compaction and paving, and the location or relocation of lines and related facilities shall be subject to regulation by Town. Grantee shall keep accurate records of the location of all facilities in the public rights-of-way and furnish them to Town upon request. Upon completion of new or relocation construction of underground facilities in the public rights-ofway, Grantee shall, upon request or direction from Town, provide Town’s Engineer with corrected drawings showing the location of the underground facilities in those cases where the actual location differs significantly from the proposed location. Grantee shall provide to Town, upon Town’s request, the actual location of such new or relocated facilities in the public rights-of-way in an electronic format. Such format shall conform to utility industry bestpractice standards. A. If Town requires Grantee to relocate Grantee’s facilities which are located in private easements obtained by Grantee prior to Town’s acquisition of said property from which the facilities must be relocated, the entire cost of relocating Grantee’s facilities (including the cost of purchasing a new private easement if necessary) shall be borne by Town. Town shall also bear the entire cost of all subsequent
relocations of the relocated facilities required by Town, until such time as Town condemns or purchases Grantee’s private easement. B. Except as covered in Paragraph A above, Grantee shall bear the entire cost of relocating its facilities located on public rights-of-way, the relocation of which is necessary for Town’s carrying out of its governmental functions. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Grantee is requested to perform work of a temporary nature on a governmental project to relieve construction problems which could be relieved by other means, the cost of said temporary work will be borne by Town or Town’s contractor working on the governmental project. Governmental functions are those duties imposed on Town, where the duties involve a general public benefit, not in the nature of a corporate or business undertaking for the corporate benefit and interest of Town. Governmental functions include, but are not limited to, the following: Any and all improvements to Town’s public rights-of-way; Establishing and maintaining domestic water systems, sanitary sewers, storm drains, and related facilities; Establishing and maintaining municipal parks, parking spaces, parkways, pedestrian malls, or grass, shrubs, trees and other vegetation for the purpose of landscaping any street or public property; Providing fire protection and other public safety functions; and Collection and disposal of garbage and recyclables. The relocation of Grantee’s facilities necessary to carry out the exercise of the Town’s police power for urban renewal. C. Town will bear the entire cost of relocating any of Grantee’s facilities, the relocation of which is necessitated by the construction of improvements by or on behalf of Town in furtherance of a proprietary function. All functions of Town which are not governmental are proprietary. If Town participates in the cost of relocating Grantee’s facilities for any reason, the cost of relocation to Town shall not include any upgrade or improvement of Grantee’s facilities as they existed prior to relocation. Town will not exercise its right to require Grantee’s facilities to be relocated in an unreasonable or arbitrary manner, or to avoid its obligation under the Franchise. Town agrees to notify Grantee during the planning and design of Town’s projects in rights-ofway that may require relocation of Grantee’s facilities and to coordinate its construction plans and schedules with Grantee to determine the most cost-effective design to mitigate Grantee’s cost to relocate its facilities. Town agrees it will not require Grantee to relocate its facilities located within the public rights-of-way without providing Grantee adequate space within the rights-of-way to relocate the facilities that must be moved. Town will not plant any tree that can normally grow to a height of more than 25 feet under or adjacent to Grantee’s overhead power lines in the public rights-of-way. Grantee shall have the authority to prune or remove any trees or shrubs located within or hanging over the limits of the public rights-of-way of Town that in the judgment of Grantee may interfere with the construction, or endanger the operation, of the lines and/or facilities of Grantee. All said vegetation management work is to be done at Grantee’s expense and pursuant to A.N.S.I. Standard A300. Section 4. – Indemnification: Grantee shall, to the fullest extent permitted by law, defend, indemnify, and hold Town harmless from and against any and all claims, costs, suits, damages, judgments, expenses and losses including, but not limited to attorney fees and court costs relating to, arising out of, or alleged to have resulted from the exercise of this Franchise by Grantee; provided, however, that such claims, expenses and losses are not the result of the willful misconduct or negligent acts or omissions of Town. Section 5. – Restoration of Rights-of-Way: Whenever Grantee shall cause any opening or alteration whatsoever to be made for any purpose in any public right-of-way, the work shall be completed with due diligence within a reasonably prompt time. Grantee will restore the disturbed property to substantially its former condition with comparable materials, so that the restoration meets or exceeds industry standards. Section 6. – Franchise Fee: Grantee shall pay to Town in consideration of the grant of this Franchise a sum equal to
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 John Ruane (St. Charles, IL/ St. Charles East H.S.) of the Signal Peak Campus and Nicole Smith (Queen Creek, AZ/Pinnacle Virtual H.S.) from the Superstition Mountain Campus earned AllArizona Academic Second Team honors, while Yvette Leigh Trinité-Bouliér (Tucson, AZ/ Flowing Wells H.S.) and Aracelli Castaneda (Hayden, AZ/Hayden H.S.) - both representing the Aravaipa Campus – and Michelle Dawn Clapp (Casa Grande, AZ/ Casa Grande Union H.S.) from the Signal Peak Campus were awarded Third Team accolades. A native of Arlington, Tex., and a graduate of Sam Houston High School, Johnson is majoring in English literature and boasts a 3.92 GPA. She is expecting to transfer to Arizona State University to continue her undergraduate career. She has participated in CAC’s Honors program and Phi Theta Kappa, and she served as a student delegate in February of 2011 at the Student Public Policy Forum. She traveled to Washington, D.C., to participate in the
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: CORNERSTONE EQUITY HOLDINGS LLC L-1646302-0 II The address of the registered office is: 238 E. Cornerstone Circle, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Wayne F. Hall, 238 E. Cornerstone Circle, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. III Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Wayne F. Hall, Manager, 238 E. Cornerstone Circle, Casa Grande, AZ 85122; Wayne F. Hall, IRA; Trustee: Wayne F. Hall, Member, 238 E. Cornerstone Circle, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11
J. VANCE ANDERSEN (SBN 014721) J. VANCE ANDERSEN P.L.C. 7830 North 23rd Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85021-6875 Phone: (602) 995-0490 Email: vance@azjurist. com ATTORNEY FOR Plaintiff APACHE JUNCTION JUSTICE COURT COUNTY OF PINAL, STATE OF ARIZONA AMERICAN GENERAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC., Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM J.ROE, SR AND JANE DOE ROE, husband and wife, Defendants ) Case No. CV20105309 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO: William J. Roe, Sr. and Jane Doe Roe 270 E. Hunt Hwy #16-132 Queen Creek, AZ 85143 YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND REQUIRED TO APPEAR AND DEFEND WITHIN TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER SERVICE OF THE SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT UPON YOU. You are hereby notified that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. You are further advised that Arizona Rules of Court require that you serve a copy of your response to this complaint upon the Plaintiff’s Attorney who name and address appear hereon. Requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least 3 judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. Signed and Sealed this 23 day of November, 2010. /s/ Justice of the Peace THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11, 5/11/11
two percent (2%) of all revenues of Grantee, including Regulatory Assessments, but excluding transaction privilege taxes and similar governmental impositions, from the retail sales and/or delivery by it of electric energy and other charges for services attendant to the retail sale and/or delivery of electric energy delivered through Grantee’s electric distribution system within the present and any future corporate limits of Town, as shown by Grantee’s billing records. Grantee shall not, however, pay said franchise fee on revenues charged to Grantee’s retail customers by third party electric service providers. Said payments shall be in lieu of any and all fees, charges or exaction of any kind otherwise assessed by Town in any way associated with Grantee’s use of the rights-of-way, including but not limited to, the construction of Grantee’s facilities hereunder or for inspections thereof during the term of this Franchise. For the purpose of verifying amounts payable hereunder, the books and records of Grantee shall be subject to inspection by duly authorized officers or representatives of Town at reasonable times. Beginning June 6, 2011, payment as described in the preceding paragraphs shall be payable in quarterly amounts within 30 days after the end of each calendar quarter. Notwithstanding the provisions of this Franchise, if during the term of this Franchise Grantee enters into any electric franchise with any other municipality in Arizona during the term of this Franchise that provides for a higher percentage of Grantee’s revenues than two percent (2%) or includes more categories of revenues than set forth in this Franchise, Grantee shall notify Town Council of such higher percentage or expanded revenue base. Town Council, at its sole discretion, shall have the option to, as applicable: (i) increase Grantee’s franchise fee to the higher percentage rate; or (ii) include other revenue categories set forth in the franchise agreement Grantee has with the other entity of this State. Following Town Council’s action, Grantee agrees to henceforth pay to Town a new franchise fee at the higher franchise percentage or to include the additional revenue categories. Section 7. – Additional Fees and Taxes: Notwithstanding any provision contained herein to the contrary, Grantee shall pay, in addition to the payment provided in Section 6, the following charges, taxes and fees as established in a code or ordinance properly adopted by Town: General ad valorem property taxes; Transaction privilege and use tax as authorized by law and collected by Grantee for its retail sales to its electric customers within the present and any future corporate limits of Town; Other charges, taxes or fees generally levied upon businesses by Town, provided said charge, tax or fee is a flat fee per year and that the annual amount of such fee does not exceed the amount of similar fees paid by any other businesses operated within Town. Section 8. – Term: This Franchise shall continue and exist for a period of twenty-five (25) years from June 6, 2011; provided, however, that either party may terminate this Franchise on its tenth anniversary by giving written notice of its intention to do so not less than one (1) year before the date of termination. If such notice is given for the purpose of negotiating a new franchise and such negotiation is successful, the party giving the notice of termination shall be responsible for the costs of the resulting franchise election. Section 9. – Franchise; Non-Exclusive: This Franchise is not exclusive, and nothing contained herein shall be construed to prevent Town from granting other like or similar grants or privileges to any other person, firm or corporation. Section 10. – Conflicting Ordinances: Not withstanding any other provisions hereof, all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions hereof, to the extent applicable to a franchised electric public service corporation, are hereby superseded. Section 11. – Independent Provisions: If any section, paragraph, clause, phrase or provision of this Franchise, shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, the same shall not affect the validity of this Franchise as a whole or any part of the provisions hereof other than the part so adjudged to be invalid or unconstitutional. Section 12. – Town Use of Facilities:
National Legislative Summit for Community Colleges. “You are the captain of your own ship; the master of your destiny,” Johnson, who recently made a run for city council in Apache Junction, said. She also presented a paper at the Western Regional Honors Conference in Jackson Hole, Wyo., in 2009, and she earned the Award for Excellence in Academics for English and Honors that same year. Members of the All-Arizona Academic Team earn special recognition, including medallions, certificates and scholarships. First Team members receive a $1,000 check, while Second Team members are presented with a $750 award. Third Team members receive a $500 grant. In addition, All-Arizona Academic Team members are eligible for full tuition scholarships to Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University or the University of Arizona. Currently a resident of Mammoth, Trinité-Bouliér owns a 3.41 grade point average while majoring in education. She is deciding whether to continue her education at Northern Arizona University or Arizona State University. Her involvement in the community included working the blood drive with the Red Cross, participating in the Breast Cancer Walks from 2008-10, and helping coordinate area food drives for the last four years. While attending CAC’s Aravaipa Campus, she received the Most Engaged Student Award (2009-10), Exemplary Women Leader Award (2010), and was listed in the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges (2008-2010). “The opportunities as a student with my college have allowed me to grow academically and personally,” Trinité-Bouliér said. “Looking back at the See Academic, Page 9
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I: WIRELESS MEDICS, LLC # L-16708397 II The address of the registered office is:43613 W Bravo Ct., Maricopa, AZ 85138 III The name and address of the Statutory Agent is Lisa Tiller 43613 W Bravo Ct., Maricopa, AZ 85138 IV Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and address of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are Christopher Tiller, 43613 W Bravo Ct., Maricopa, AZ 85138 Manager CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11
In consideration of this Franchise and the rights granted hereby, Town shall, if the following six criteria are met, have the right to place, maintain, and operate on Grantee’s poles located on public rights-of-way within Town’s corporate limits, any and all wires and appurtenances (other than steps or climbing devices) for Town’s fire alarm, police telephone or other municipal communications services utilized for governmental functions: Town must notify Grantee in writing of Town’s intended use of Grantee’s poles; Town shall, to the fullest extent permitted by law, defend, indemnify and hold Grantee harmless from any and all claims, costs, damages, expenses and losses, including but not limited to attorney fees and court costs relating to, arising out of, or alleged to have resulted from Town’s use of Grantee’s facilities pursuant to this Franchise; provided however, that such claims, expenses and losses are not the result of the willful misconduct or negligent acts or omissions of Grantee. Town’s facilities and the installation and maintenance thereof must comply with the applicable requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the National Electrical Safety Code, and all other applicable rules and regulations as amended. If Town does not comply with all applicable laws, ordinances and regulations, or if Town’s facilities create an immediate safety hazard, Grantee retains the right to remove or correct Town’s facilities at Town’s expense; Town’s facilities and the installation and maintenance thereof must not cause Grantee’s facilities and the installation and maintenance thereof to be out of compliance with all applicable requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the National Electrical Safety Code and all other applicable rules and regulations as amended. If Town does not comply with all applicable laws, ordinances and regulations, or if Town’s facilities create an immediate safety hazard, Grantee retains the right to remove or correct Town’s facilities at Town’s expense; Town’s use of its facilities shall not interfere with Grantee’s use of Grantee’s facilities, and; Town shall be responsible for any incremental costs incurred by Grantee as a result of Town’s use of Grantee’s facilities. Section 13. – No Third Party Beneficiaries: There are no third party beneficiaries to this Franchise agreement between Town and Grantee. Section 14. – Voter Approval Required: This Franchise is subject to the approval of the electors of Town. Grantee shall pay all of the costs incurred in conducting the franchise election, except that, if one or more additional propositions are presented to the electors at such election, Grantee shall pay only that portion of Town’s election expense determined by dividing all of Town’s expenses by the number of issues presented on the ballot. Section 15. – Notices: Any notice required or permitted to be given hereunder shall be in writing, unless otherwise expressly permitted or required, and shall be deemed effective either (i) upon hand delivery to the person then holding the office shown on the attention line of the address below, or, if such office is vacant or no longer exists, to a person holding a comparable office, or (ii) on the third business day following its deposit with the United States Postal Service, first class and certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, addressed as follows: To Town: Town Clerk, Town of Kearny, Kearny, Arizona B. To Arizona Public Service:, Franchise Department, Arizona Public Service Company, P.O. Box 53999, M.S. 8679, Phoenix, Arizona 85072-3999 Section 16. – Adoption: We, the undersigned, have adopted this document on the dates written below in accordance with the results of the Town of Kearny Election on May 17, 2011. TOWN OF KEARNY By: Debra Sommers, Mayor, On behalf of the Town of Kearny, Date: ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY, An Arizona Corporation By: Daniel Foretscher, Energy Delivery Vice President, On behalf of Arizona Public Service Company, Date: ATTEST: Margaret Gaston, Kearny Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Stephen Cooper, Kearny Town Attorney CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/7/11, 5/11/11
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I: JGOOD IRA LLC # L-1698781 II The address of the registered office is 10269 W Shetland Ln Casa Grande AZ 85194: III The name and address of the Statutory Agent is Mary Carlton 1013 E Gemini Dr Tempe AZ 85283 IV Management of the limited liability company is vested in the Manager or Managers. The names and address each manager and each member with a 20% or more interest is: Jane S. Goodman & James B.Goodman P. O. Box 726 Davenport WA 99122 Managers James B Goodman Traditional IRA whose custodian is Entrust Arizona LLC 20860 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix, 85050 CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I KVG HOLDINGS LLC #L-16648397 II The address of the registered offic is: 1664 E. Elegant Dr., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 III The name and address of the Statutory Agent is John Kaliotzakis, 1664 E. Elegant Dr., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 IV Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and address of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are John Kaliotzakis, 1664 E. Elegant Dr., Casa Grande, AZ 85122 Manager John Kaliotzakis, IRA, whose custodian is Entrust Arizona LLC 20860 N.Tatum Blvd., Ste 240 , Phoenix, AZ 85050 Member CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. TILLIAN TRE LLC L-1667693-8 II. The address of the known place of business is: 19044 N Lousandra Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Michael Santilli 19044 N Lousandra Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: The Santilli Family Living Trust, Michael A Santilli Trustee manager CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSON FOR I BAREFOOT INK, L.L.C. L-1658664-2 II The address of the registered office is: 30095 N. Little Leaf Drive, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Garrett Tilini 30095 N. Little Leaf Drive, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 III Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Garrett Tilini Manager/Member 30095 N. Little Leaf Drive, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 Karie Tilini Manager/Member 30095 N. Little Leaf Drive, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
WHEN RECORDED, RETURN TO: Town of Kearny, Attn: Margaret Gaston, Town Clerk, PO Box 639, 912-C Tilbury Drive Kearny, AZ 85237 FRANCHISE AGREEMENT BETWEEN SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION AND THE TOWN OF KEARNY, ARIZONA Section 1 – Grant of Franchise There is hereby granted to Southwest Gas Corporation, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of California (herein called “Grantee”), its successors and assigns, the right and privilege to construct, maintain and operate its gas system, as defined herein, upon, over, along, across and under the present and future public rights-of-way. These rights-of way include, but are not limited to, streets, alleys, ways, bridges, highways, public utility easements, and public places within the Town of Kearny, Arizona (herein called “Town”). Grantee’s system includes a natural gas and/or artificial gas transmission and distribution system of gas mains, pipelines and conduits, together with all necessary or desirable appurtenances including, but not limited to pipes, laterals, service lines, pumps, manholes, meters, gauges, valves, traps, fences, vaults, regulators, regulator stations, appliances, attachments and related equipment, facilities and appurtenances for the purpose of supplying natural gas and/ or artificial gas, including gas manufactured by any method whatsoever, and/or gas containing a mixture of natural gas and such artificial gas (herein all types of gas will be collectively referred to as “gas”) to Town, its successors, the inhabitants thereof, and all individuals and entities, either within or beyond the limits thereof, for all purposes (herein called the “Franchise”). Section 2 – Grantee’s Compliance with Town Practice; Plans Submitted for Approval; Town Construction Near Grantee’s Facilities 2.1 Grantee shall perform all construction under this Franchise in accordance with established industry standards, permit requirements, and ordinances of the Town. Without limitation, Grantee shall comply with ordinances of the Town regarding street cuts. Such construction shall be completed within a reasonable time. Before Grantee makes any installations in the public rights-of-way or public utility easements, Grantee shall apply for and obtain from Town such permit or permits as are required by Town to be issued for other similar construction or work in the public rights-of-way or public utility easements and submit for approval a map showing the location of such proposed installations to the Town Engineer. Unless necessitated by emergency or exigent circumstances, should Grantee commence work hereunder without obtaining applicable permits, then Grantee shall pay to Town a stipulated penalty of equal to one-hundred fifty percent (150%) of the applicable permit fees. Upon request, Grantee shall also provide the Town with, on an annual basis, its known proposed capital plan and reasonably foreseeable future corridor plans for all improvements in the Town’s planning area. 2.2 If Town undertakes, either directly or through a contractor, any construction project adjacent to Grantee’s facilities operated pursuant to this Franchise, Town shall notify Grantee of such construction project. Grantee will take steps as are reasonably necessary to maintain safe conditions throughout the construction project, including but not limited to the temporary removal or barricading of Grantee’s pipelines or equipment, the location of which may create an unsafe condition in view of the equipment to be utilized or the methods of construction to be followed by the Contractor, at Grantee’s cost. Section 3 – Construction and Relocation of Grantee’s Facilities; Payment 3.1 All facilities installed or constructed pursuant to this Franchise shall be so located or relocated and so erected as to minimize the interference with traffic and other authorized uses over, under or through the public rightsof-way and public utility easements. A. Grantee shall coordinate the installation, construction, use, operation and relocation of its facilities within Town as appropriate to enable Town to better plan, facilitate and protect public safety and convenience. Without limiting the foregoing, Grantee shall provide reasonable advance notice of work hereunder to Town and any persons who may be affected by such work. Grantee shall provide Town with installation records to facilitate such coordination and shall plan, respond, facilitate and design its facilities in coordination with Town input, as Town may request or require for its purposes. Without limiting the foregoing, upon reasonable notice by Town of the proposed paving of a public right-of-way, Grantee shall extend its facilities hereunder in order to reasonably avoid the need to subsequently cut the paved rightof-way. Unless reasonably necessary due to emergency or exigent circumstances, Grantee shall not cut any Town street for a period of three (3) years following construction, repaving, or widening of such street.
RESOLUCIÓN NO. 10-674 UNA RESOLUCIÓN DEL ALCALDE Y EL CONCEJO MUNICIPAL DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, CONDADO PINAL, ARIZONA, QUE DECLARA QUE EL OTORGAR DE UNA CIERTA FRANQUICIA DE GAS NATURAL ES DE BENEFICIO PARA EL PUEBLO DE KEARNY; QUE ORDENA QUE LA CUESTIÓN SE LES PRESENTE A LOS VOTANTES EL 17 DE MAYO DE 2011, EN DICHA ELECCIÓN SE LES DEBERÁ PRESENTAR A LOS ELECTORES CAPACITADOS DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY LA CUESTIÓN TOCANTE SI SE LE DEBE OTORGAR DICHA FRANQUICIA A LA SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION O NO; QUE PROVEE POR EL AVISO DE DICHA ELECCIÓN Y DE QUE TODOS LOS VOTANTES CAPACITADOS DEL PUEBLO TENDRÁN EL DERECHO DE VOTAR EN DICHA ELECCIÓN, Y QUE ORDENA LA FORMA DE LA BOLETA QUE SE USARÁ EN DICHA ELECCIÓN. AHORA, POR CONSIGUIENTE, RESUELVE EL ALCALDE Y EL CONCEJO MUNICIPAL DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, CONDADO LA PINAL, ARIZONA, COMO LO QUE SIGUE: Sección 1. Que el Alcalde y el Concejo Municipal del Pueblo de Kearny determinan que el otorgar de un Contrato de Franquicia a Southwest Gas Corporation, como adjunto a esto e incorporado por referencia en esto, será de beneficio para la municipalidad. Sección 2. Que se ordena que una elección se celebre en el Pueblo de Kearny el día 17 de mayo de 2011, con el fin de presentarles a los electores capacitados del Pueblo de Kearny, la cuestión de que si la Franquicia como adjunta a esto se le deberá otorgar a la Southwest Gas Corporation. Sección 3. Que el Pueblo de Kearny ofrecerá aviso de dicha elección en una Convocación de la Elección. La Convocación de la Elección se publicará en completo de acuerdo con la ley en una propia publicación, es decir, el Copper Basin News, un periódico semanal de circulación general imprimido y publicado en el Pueblo de Kearny, Condado Pinal, Arizona. La publicación será en Inglés y Español. Sección 5. Que el lenguaje de la balota que se usará en dicha elección será sustancialmente consistente con lo que sigue: FRANQUICIA DE GAS - SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION ¿SE LE DEBERÁ OTORGAR UNA FRANQUICIA AL SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION PARA MANTENER Y OPERAR UN SISTEMA DE SERVICIO PÚBLICO DE GAS EN EL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, ARIZONA, Y ADICIONES EN EL FUTURO A ESO, DE ACUERDO CON EL PROPUESTO CONTRATO SOMETIDO POR EL ALCALDE Y EL CONCEJO MUNICIPAL DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, ARIZONA, A LOS ELECTORES CAPACITADOS DE DICHO PUEBLO? Un voto de “Sí” tendrá el efecto de aprobar el Contrato de Franquicia entre Southwest Gas y Kearny. Un voto de “NO” tendrá el efecto de votar en contra el Contrato de Franquicia entre Southwest Gas y Kearny. ¿Se deberá adoptar el Contrato de Franquicia descrito arriba entre Southwest Gas y Kearny? Sí NO PASADA, ADOPTADA Y APROBADA, POR EL Alcalde y el Concejo Municipal del Pueblo de Kearny, Arizona, por una mayoría de los miembros presentes y votando este día 20 de diciembre de 2010. /s/ Debra Sommers, Alcalde CERTIFICA: /s/ Margaret Gaston, Secretaria Municipal APROBADA EN FORMA: /s/ Stephen R. Cooper, Abogado del Pueblo CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11, 5/11/11
B. Grantee shall not install, construct, maintain or use its facilities in a manner that damages or interferes with any existing facilities of another utility located in the public right-ofway or public utility easement and agrees to relocate its facilities, if necessary, to accommodate another facility relocation that has a prior rights interest in the public rightsof-way or public utility easements. 3.2 Those phases of construction of Grantee’s facilities relating to traffic control, backfilling, compaction and paving, as well as the location or relocation of pipelines and related facilities herein provided for shall be subject to regulation by Town. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 40360.30 and any other applicable law, Grantee shall keep installation records of the location of all facilities in the public rights-of-way and public utility easements and will furnish or provide access to them to Town upon request. A. If Town requires Grantee to relocate Grantee’s facilities which are located in private easements obtained by Grantee prior to Town’s acquisition of said property from which the facilities must be relocated, then: a) the costs and expenditures associated with relocating Grantee’s facilities shall be borne by Grantee in accordance with Section 7.2 of this Franchise Agreement; except that b) the cost of purchasing of a new private easement if necessary shall be borne by Town, provided, however, such relocation is not essential to the health, welfare and safety of the general public. Notwithstanding the foregoing, should the Grantee obtain an easement prior to or during the development stage of a parcel, the Grantee shall abandon the easement, and based on final development plans approved by the Town, either (at the Town’s discretion) leave the facility as is, or relocate its utilities elsewhere within the future rights-of-way corridor. The development process is defined as the stage after a pre-application conference with the Town, which has occurred on the subject property. B. Except as covered in Paragraph A above, Grantee shall bear the entire cost of relocating its facilities located on public rights-of-way or public utility easements, subject to Section 7.2 of this Franchise Agreement, the relocation of which is necessary for Town to carry out its governmental functions. All functions of Town, which are not specifically determined by law to be proprietary, are governmental. Governmental functions include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) Any and all improvement to Town streets, alleys and avenues, and other Town property; (2) Establishing and maintaining storm drains, water lines, sewer lines, effluent lines, water wells, wastewater treatment facilities and any other facilities related thereto; (3) Establishing and maintaining municipal parks, parking, parkways, pedestrian malls, or grass, shrubs, trees and other vegetation for the purpose of landscaping any street or public property; (4) Providing fire protection and other public safety functions; (5) Collection and disposal of solid waste and recyclables; (6) Providing public transportation. C. The Town reserves its prior superior right to use the public rights-of-way and Town property, including the surface areas, for all public purposes, funded with public funds. When the Town uses its prior superior right to the public rights-of-way, or other Town property, the Grantee shall move its property that is located in the public rights-of-way, or on other Town property, at its own cost, to such location as the Town directs. D. Town will bear the reasonable cost of relocating any facilities, the relocation of which is necessitated by the construction of improvements by or on behalf of Town in furtherance of a proprietary function except as otherwise specifically provided herein. E. Subject to Section 7.2, Grantee shall bear the entire cost of relocating any facilities regardless of the function served, where the Town has a prior superior right to use the public right-of-way or public utility easement, or where Town facilities or other facilities occupying public right-of-way or public utility easement under authority of a Town permit, license or franchise, which must be relocated are already located in the public right-of-way or public utility easement and the conflict between the Grantee’s potential facilities and the existing facilities can only be resolved expeditiously as determined by Town, by the movement of the existing Town or permittee facilities. The Town and the Grantee agree that Town is not a party to disputes among permittees using the public right-of-way and public utility easements. F. If Town participates in the cost of relocating Grantee’s facilities for any reason, the cost to the Town shall be limited to those costs and expenditures reasonably incurred for relocating such facilities in accordance with Town ordinances and, where not in conflict therewith, applicable industry standards. Costs to the Town for relocation of Grantee’s facilities shall not include any upgrade or improvement of Grantee’s facilities as they existed prior to relocation. Prior to payment by Town, Grantee shall provide an itemization of
RESOLUTION NO 10-675 A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, DECLARING THAT GRANTING OF A CERTAIN ELECTRICAL SERVICE FRANCHISE IS BENEFICIAL FOR THE TOWN OF KEARNY; ORDERING THE ISSUE BE REFERRED TO THE VOTERS ON THE 17TH DAY OF MAY, 2011, AT WHICH ELECTION THERE SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY THE QUESTION AS TO WHETHER OR NOT SUCH FRANCHISE SHALL BE GRANTED TO ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY; PROVIDING FOR THE GIVING OF NOTICE AND THAT ALL QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE TOWN SHALL BE ENTITLED TO VOTE AT SAID ELECTION, AND PRESCRIBING THE FORM OF BALLOT TO BE USED AT SAID ELECTION. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Kearny deem the granting of a Franchise Agreement to Arizona Public Service Company, as attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein, is beneficial to the municipality. Section 2. That an election is ordered to be held in the Town of Kearny on the 17th day of May, 2011, for the purpose of submitting to a vote of the qualified electors of the Town of Kearny, the question as to whether the Franchise as attached hereto shall be granted to Arizona Public Service Company. Section 3. That the notice of said election shall be given by the Town of Kearny in a Call of Election. The Call Election will be published in full according to law in the proper publication, namely, the Copper Basin News, a weekly newspaper of general circulation printed and published in the Town of Kearny, Pinal County, Arizona. The publication shall be in English and Spanish. Section 5. That the ballot language to be used at said election shall be substantially consistent with the following: ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY – ELECTRICAL SERVICE FRANCHISE SHALL A FRANCHISE BE GRANTED TO ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY TO MAINTAIN AND OPERATE A ELECTRIC SERVICE UTILITY SYSTEM IN THE TOWN OF KEARNY ARIZONA, AND FUTURE ADDITIONS THERETO, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROPOSED AGREEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY, ARIZONA, TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF SAID TOWN? A “YES” vote shall have the effect of approving the Franchise Agreement between Arizona Public Service Company and the Town of Kearny. A “NO” vote shall have the effect of voting against the Franchise Agreement between Arizona Public Service Company and the Town of Kearny. Shall the above described Franchise Agreement between Arizona Public Service Company and the Town of Kearny be Adopted? YES NO PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Kearny, Arizona, by a majority of the members present and voting this 17th of January, 2011 Debra Sommers, Mayor ATTEST: Margaret Gaston, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Stephen R. Cooper, Town Attorney RESOLUCIÓN NO. 10-675 UNA RESOLUCIÓN DEL ALCALDE Y EL CONCEJO DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, CONDADO PINAL, ARIZONA, QUE DECLARA QUE EL OTORGAR DE UNA CIERTA FRANQUICIA DE SERVICIOS PÚBLICOS DE ELECTRICIDAD ES DE BENEFICIO PARA EL PUEBLO DE KEARNY; QUE ORDENA QUE LA CUESTIÓN SE LES PRESENTE A LOS VOTANTES EL 17 DE MAYO DE 2011, EN DICHA ELECCIÓN SE LES DEBERÁ PRESENTAR A LOS ELECTORES CAPACITADOS DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY LA CUESTIÓN TOCANTE SI SE LE DEBE OTORGAR DICHA FRANQUICIA AL ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY; QUE PROVEE POR EL AVISO DE DICHA ELECCIÓN Y DE QUE TODOS LOS VOTANTES CAPACITADOS DEL PUEBLO TENDRÁN EL DERECHO DE VOTAR EN DICHA ELECCIÓN, Y QUE ORDENA LA FORMA DE LA BALOTA QUE SE USARÁ EN DICHA ELECCIÓN. AHORA, POR CONSIGUIENTE, RESUELVE EL ALCALDE Y EL CONCEJO MUNICIPAL DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, CONDADO LA PINAL, ARIZONA, COMO LO QUE SIGUE: Sección 1. Que el Alcalde y el Concejo Municipal del Pueblo de Kearny determinan que el otorgar del Contrato de Franquicia al Arizona Public Service Company, como adjunto a esto e incorporado por referencia en esto, será de beneficio para la municipalidad. Sección 2. Que se ordena que una elección se celebre en el Pueblo de Kearny el día 17 de mayo de 2011, con el fin de presentarles a los electores capacitados del Pueblo de Kearny, la cuestión de que si la Franquicia como adjunta a esto se le deberá otorgar al Arizona Public Service Company. Sección 3. Que el Pueblo de Kearny ofrecerá aviso de dicha elección en una Convocación de la Elección. La Convocación de la Elección se publicará en completo de acuerdo con la ley en una propia publicación, es decir, el Copper Basin News, un periódico semanal de circulación general imprimido y publicado en el Pueblo de Kearny, Condado Pinal, Arizona. La publicación será en Inglés y Español. Sección 5. Que el lenguaje de la balota que se usará en dicha elección será sustancialmente consistente con lo que sigue: FRANQUICIA DE SERVICIO PÚBLICO DE ELECTRICIDAD DEL ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY ¿SE LE DEBERÁ OTORGAR UNA FRANQUICIA AL ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY, PARA MANTENER Y OPERAR UN SISTEMA DE SERVICIO PÚBLICO DE ELECTRICIDAD EN EL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, ARIZONA Y ADICIONES EN EL FUTURO A ESO, DE ACUERDO CON EL PROPUESTO ACUERDO SOMETIDO POR EL ALCALDE Y EL CONCEJO MUNICIPAL DEL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, ARIZONA, A LOS ELECTORES CAPACITADOS DE DICHO PUEBLO? Un voto de “Sí” tendrá el efecto de aprobar el Acuerdo de Franquicia entre Arizona Public Service Company y el Pueblo de Kearny . Un voto de “NO” tendrá el efecto de votar en contra el Acuerdo de Franquicia entre Arizona Public Service Company y el Pueblo de Kearny . ¿Se deberá adoptar el Acuerdo de Franquicia descrito arriba entre Arizona Public Service Company y el Pueblo de Kearny? Sí NO ADOPTADA Y APROBADA, POR EL Alcalde y el Concejo Municipal del Pueblo de Kearny, Arizona, por una mayoría de los miembros presentes y votando este día 17 de enero de 2011. Debra Sommers, Alcalde CERTIFICA: Margaret Gaston, Secretaria Municipal APROBADA EN FORMA: Stephen R. Cooper, Abogado del Pueblo CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/7/11, 5/11/11
such costs and expenditures. G. Town will not exercise its right to require Grantee’s facilities to be relocated in an unreasonable or arbitrary manner, or to avoid its obligations under this Franchise. H. All underground abandoned lines shall continue to remain the property of the Grantee, unless the Grantee specifically acknowledges otherwise to the Town Engineer and such is accepted by the Town. Subject to reimbursement under Section 7.2, Grantee shall remove, at Grantee’s sole cost, abandoned lines at the request of Town when required to facilitate construction of any municipal project or as Town determines is reasonably necessary to protect public health and safety. Grantee may contract with Town contractor for such removal. Prior to removal of any abandoned lines, Grantee shall notify Town of its intent to remove abandoned lines and offer possession of said lines to Town. I. Grantee shall reimburse the Town for permit fees/costs and for pavement (cut surcharge) damages fees for the location (or relocation) of Grantee’s facilities. Reimbursement for permit fees/costs (i.e. plan review, inspection, etc.) and pavement (cut surcharge) damage fees is separate, and in addition to, any other Franchise fees included in this Agreement. Section 4 – Indemnification; Insurance 4.1 Town shall in no way be liable or responsible for any accident or damage that may occur in the exercise of this Franchise by Grantee of its facilities under this Franchise, and the acceptance of this grant shall be deemed an agreement on the part of Grantee to indemnify and hold harmless the Town from and against any and all liability, loss, costs, legal fees, damages or any other expenses, which may be imposed on the Town by reason of the acts of the Grantee in the exercise of this Franchise, including the maintenance of barricades and traffic control devices in construction and maintenance areas. Grantee shall defend, indemnify, and save Town harmless from any expenses and losses incurred as a result of injury or damage to third persons occasioned by the exercise of this Franchise by Grantee, provided, however, that such claims, expenses and losses are not the result of any willful or grossly negligent acts of Town. 4.2 Grantee shall maintain throughout the term of this Franchise liability insurance and/ or a program of self-retention or general assets, to adequately insure and/or protect the legal liability of Grantee with respect to the installation, operation and maintenance of the gas lines together with all the necessary and desirable appurtenances authorized herein to occupy the public rights-of-way or public utility easements. Such insurance, selfretention or general asset program will provide protection for bodily injury and property damage including, without otherwise limiting the foregoing, contractual liability and legal liability for damages arising from explosion, collapse and underground incidents. Such insurance program and/or program of selfretention or general assets shall comply with the Insurance Requirements recommended by the Town Attorney and approved by the Town Manager on file with the Town Clerk and as updated by the Town Manager during the term of this Franchise. 4.3 Grantee shall file with Town documentation of such liability insurance, self-retention or general asset program within sixty (60) days following the effective date of this Franchise and thereafter upon request of Town. Section 5 – Restoration of Rights-of-Way 5.1 If, in the installation, use or maintenance of its natural gas transmission and distribution system, Grantee damages or disturbs the surface or subsurface of any public road or adjoining public property or the public improvement located thereon, therein, or thereunder, the Grantee shall promptly, at its own expense (subject to Section 7.2 of this Franchise Agreement), and in a manner acceptable to Town, restore the surface or subsurface of the public road or public property, or repair or replace the public improvement thereon, therein, or thereunder, in as good a condition as before such damage or disturbance, or as may be required by construction standards established by ordinance of the Town. 5.2 Should such restoration, repair or replacement not be completed within a reasonable time or fails to meet Town’s duly adopted standards, as may be amended from time to time, the Town may, after prior notice to Grantee, perform the necessary restoration, repair or replacement either through its own forces or through a hired contractor, and Grantee agrees to reimburse the Town for its costs and expenses in so doing within thirty (30) days after its receipt of the Town’s invoice. As used herein, “costs and expenses” includes, but is not limited to, administrative costs and employee wages and benefits costs incurred by the Town in the performance of such restoration, repair or replacement. Section 6 – Franchise Fee 6.1 Grantee shall pay to Town in consideration of the grant of this Franchise a sum equal to two percent (2%) of the gross revenues of Grantee, from the sale and/or delivery by it of
natural and/or artificial gas for all purposes, within the corporate limits of Town, as shown by Grantee’s billing records. Such payments are to be due and payable thirty (30) days after the end of the calendar quarter, and will be considered late if not received within thirty (30) days of the due date. A five percent (5%) penalty shall be added to payments not made within the required time, and interest of one and one-half percent (11/2%) shall accrue on the entire amount due. Interest and penalties can be waived by the Town for reasonable cause or if casualty renders Grantee unable to compute or estimate the liability from business records. For the purpose of verifying amounts payable hereunder and upon reasonable notice, the books and records of Grantee shall be subject to inspection or audit by duly authorized officers or representatives of the Town at reasonable times. 6.2 Grantee shall pay Franchise Fees pursuant to the terms of the previously executed Franchise Agreement between Grantee and Town through June 30, 2011. Beginning July 1, 2011 payment as described in the preceding paragraphs shall be payable in quarterly amounts within thirty (30) days after the end of each calendar quarter. 6.3 If at any time during the term of this Franchise Grantee is paying any municipality in the State of Arizona a Franchise Fee greater than two percent (2%) of Grantee’s gross receipts in such municipality, then the percentage set forth in Section 6 shall be increased to match the greater percentage amount Grantee is paying to such other municipality under a franchise agreement. If Town requests Grantee to match such greater Franchise Fee, Town agrees to incorporate the terms, conditions and limitations applicable to the payment of the greater Franchise Fee to such municipality, into this Franchise Agreement. Should the Grantee or the Town determine that Grantee over collected or under collected the required amount of Franchise Fees from its customers, Grantee shall immediately adjust its Franchise Fee collections to ensure that no more or no less is collected from its customers as is required to be remitted to the Town. 6.4 In addition to the foregoing Franchise Fees, Grantee shall pay charges, taxes, and fees as described in Section 7 of this Agreement. Section 7 — Additional Fees and Taxes 7.1 Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary herein, Grantee shall, in addition to the payment provided in Section 6, pay the following charges, taxes and fees as established in a code or ordinance properly adopted by the Town: A. General ad valorem property taxes; B. Transaction privilege and use tax authorized by Town ordinance and billed by Grantee from users and consumers of gas within the corporate limits of the Town, without reduction or offset; C. Other charges, taxes or fees levied upon businesses generally through the Town provided said charge, tax or fee is a flat fee per year and that the annual amount of such fee does not exceed the amount of similar fees paid by any other business operated within Town; and D. Applicable and customary permit and inspection fees (i.e. plan review, inspection, etc.) and pavement (cut surcharge) damage fees, established by ordinance of Town, necessary for the construction, installation and other work to be conducted by Grantee hereunder. Such expenses shall be considered for reimbursements by the Town from the Capital Expenditure Fund. Town shall charge any allowable expenses against the Capital Expenditure Fund and provide Grantee with quarterly reports on the amounts of such deductions. 7.2 In addition to and separate from the Franchise Fee set forth above, the Town and the Grantee agree that beginning July 1, 2011 the Town shall allow additional compensation to be paid by Grantee to the Town in quarterly payments in the amount equal to two percent (2%) of the gross revenues of Grantee as defined in Section 6 of this Agreement. The Town shall place all funds collected from Grantee due to such additional compensation in a special fund labeled “Southwest Gas Capital Expenditures Fund.” The Grantee assures the Town that all taxes and other fees or charges shall remain combined and bundled as “taxes and other fees” or “taxes and other charges” on Grantee’s invoices/statements, unless mandated otherwise by law or by the Arizona Corporation Commission and its successors. Costs incurred by Grantee that are reimbursed by the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditures Fund may not be included by the Grantee in its rate base nor shall Grantee seek a return on investment for any such reimbursed capital expenditures. For purposes of this Franchise Agreement, capital expenditures, subject to reimbursement by Town, consist of any cost or expenditure related to the development of capital plant which is required by this Franchise Agreement or any ordinance adopted by Town related to this Franchise Agreement for Town-driven and/
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. E’s SECURITY & LOCKSMITH, LLC L-1659267-8 II. The address of the known place of business is: 970 E SHARI ST SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85140 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: ERIC EVANS 970 E SHARI ST SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85140 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: ERIC EVANS 970 E SHARI ST SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85140 member LINDSEY UPCHURCH-EVANS 970 E SHARI ST SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85140 member CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11
RESOLUTION NO 10-674 A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, DECLARING THAT GRANTING OF A CERTAIN NATURAL GAS FRANCHISE IS BENEFICIAL FOR THE TOWN OF KEARNY; ORDERING THE ISSUE BE REFERRED TO THE VOTERS ON THE 17TH DAY OF MAY, 2011, AT WHICH ELECTION THERE SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY THE QUESTION AS TO WHETHER OR NOT SUCH FRANCHISE SHALL BE GRANTED TO SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION; PROVIDING FOR THE GIVING OF NOTICE AND THAT ALL QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE TOWN SHALL BE ENTITLED TO. VOTE AT SAID ELECTION, AND PRESCRIBING THE FORM OF BALLOT TO BE USED AT SAID ELECTION. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Kearny deem the granting of a Franchise Agreement to Southwest,Gas Corporation, as attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein, is beneficial to the municipality. Section 2. That an election is ordered to be held in the Town of Kearny on the 17th day of May, 2011, for the purpose of submitting to a vote of the qualified electors of the Town of Kearny, the question as to whether the Franchise as attached hereto shall be granted to Southwest Gas Corporation. . .. Section 3. That the notice of said election shall be given by the Town of Kearny in a Call of Election. The Call Election will be published in full according to law in the proper publication, namely, the Copper Basin News, a weekly newspaper of general circulation printed and published in the Town of Kearny, Pinal County, Arizona. The publication shall be in English and Spanish. Section 5. That the ballot language to be used at said election shall be substantially consistent with the following: SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION - GAS FRANCHISE SHALL A FRANCHISE BE GRANTED TO SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION TO MAINTAIN AND OPERATE A GAS UTILITY SYSTEM IN THE TOWN OF KEARNY ARIZONA, AND FUTURE ADDITIONS THERETO, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROPOSED AGREEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF KEARNY, ARIZONA, TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF SAID TOWN? A “YES” vote shall have the effect of approving the Franchise Agreement between Southwest Gas and Kearny. A “NO” vote shall have the effect of voting against the Franchise Agreement between Southwest Gas and Kearny. Shall the above described Franchise Agreement between Southwest Gas and Kearny be Adopted? YES NO PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Kearny, Arizona, by a majority of the members present and voting this 20th day of December, 2010 /s/ Debra Sommers, Mayor ATTEST: /s/ Margaret Gaston, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: /s/ Stephen R. Cooper, Town Attorney CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11, 5/11/11
or public works projects or relocations required by such. Other capital expenditures shall be limited to Town permit fees, inspection fees including any overtime, pavement restoration fees, and plan review fees, as well as bore profile expenses. Southwest Gas Capital Expenditure Fund monies shall not be used for the reimbursement of costs or expenditures relating to maintenance of the gas system, for improvements to capital plant or for main line extensions. Project expenditures subject to recovery from the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditure Fund shall be agreed upon by the Town Engineer and Grantee. Invoices for such reimbursements from the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditure Fund shall be sent to: Town of Kearny Engineer P.O. Box 639 Kearny, AZ 85237 Phone: (520) 363-5547 Fax: (520) 363-7527 With a copy to: Town of Kearny Finance Director P.O. Box 639 Kearny, AZ 85237 Phone: (520) 363-5547 Fax: (520) 363-7527 Invoices for reimbursement from the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditures Fund shall be submitted to the Town annually by Grantee. Any such invoices shall reflect the costs to be reimbursed during the calendar year and shall be submitted no later than July, 1 of the following calendar year. The Town shall reimburse Grantee within thirty (30) days of approval of such invoices for all costs eligible for reimbursement pursuant to this Section 7, if the amount of money in the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditures Fund is sufficient to pay the approved capital expenditures. In the event there is a surplus in the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditures Fund after the Town pays Grantee, such surplus shall be set aside for the Town and becomes the property of the Town. Approved capital expenditures by Grantee in any given calendar year must be applied toward the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditure Funds received by the Town in that same calendar year. Should Grantee’s annual capital expenditures exceed the amount of funds available in the Southwest Gas Capital Expenditure Fund for the calendar year in which they were incurred, the Town shall not be liable for the difference between the funds collected and the capital expenditure amount. Section 8 – Term 8.1 This Franchise shall continue and exist for a period of twenty-five (25) years from July 1, 2011. 8.2 The right, privilege and franchise hereby granted shall continue and exist for a period of twenty-five (25) years; provided, however, that either party may reopen any or all sections for further review and possible amendment of this Franchise, on its fifth (5th) or twelfth (12th) anniversary, by giving written notice of its intention to do so not less than one (1) year before the fifth (5th) or twelfth (12th) anniversary. 8.3 Unless terminated earlier by written agreement of the parties, this Franchise will expire on July 1, 2036. Section 9 - Default; Dispute Resolution Default Remedies. Failure or unreasonable delay by any Party to perform any term or provision of this Agreement for a period of ten (10) days after written notice thereof from another Party shall constitute a default under this Agreement. If the default is of a nature which is not capable of being cured within ten (10) days, the cure shall be commenced within such period, and diligently pursued to completion. The notice shall specify the nature of the alleged default and the manner in which the default may be satisfactorily cured. In the event of a default hereunder by any Party, the non-defaulting Party shall be entitled to all remedies at both law and in equity, including, without limitation, specific performance. Dispute Resolution. To further the cooperation of the parties in implementing this Agreement, the Town and the Owner each shall designate and appoint a representative to act as a liaison between the Town and its various departments and the Owner. The initial representative for the Town (the ‘Town Representative”) shall be the Town Manager and the initial representative for the Owner shall be its project manager, as identified by the Owner from time to time (the “Owner Representative”). The representatives shall be available at all reasonable times to discuss and review the performance of the Parties and the development of the Property. Mediation. If a dispute arises out of or relates to this Agreement, or the breach thereof, and if the dispute cannot be settled through negotiations, the Parties agree first to try to settle the dispute through mediation before resorting to arbitration, litigation or some other dispute procedure. In the event that the Parties cannot agree upon the selection of a mediator within seven (7) days, either Party may request the Presiding Judge of the Pinal County Superior Court to assign a mediator from a list of mediators maintained by the Arizona Municipal Risk Retention Pool.
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. LAUREEN BLANK, LLC L-1668963-4 II. The address of the registered office is: 8676 E. Canyon Estates Circle Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: 8676 E. Canyon Estates Circle Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118 III. Management of the Limited Liability Company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: SunWest Trust, Custodian for Laureen Blank IRA PO Box 36371 Albuquerque, New Mexico 87176 member Laureen Blank 8676 E. Canyon Estates Circle Gold Canyon, Arizona 85118 manager CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. TILLIAN QUATTRO LC L-1667694-9 II. The address of the known place of business is: 19044 N Lousandra Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Michael Santilli 19044 N Lousandra Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: The Santilli Family Living Trust, Michael A Santilli Trustee manager CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
AFTER RECORDING, RETURN TO: William A. Kozub, Esq. BERENS, KOZUB, KLOBERDANZ & BLONSTEIN, PLC 7047 E. Greenway Pkwy., Suite 140 Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust dated November 26, 2009, and recorded in the Pinal County Recorder’s Office on December 29, 2009, as Instrument No. 2009-134303, executed by A.R.E. Clinic, Inc., an Arizona corporation, as Trustor; by JNJ Investments, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, as Beneficiary; and by Robert J. Lord, as Trustee. Said Deed of Trust was subsequently assigned to Margarita Investments, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, as Beneficiary, by JNJ Investments, LLC, by way of an Assignment of Deed of Trust dated February 18, 2010, and recorded in the Pinal County Recorder’s Office on February 26, 2010, as Instrument No. 2010-018430. The trust property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on Friday, May 26, 2011, at 2:00 P.M., on the front steps of the Pinal County Superior Court, located at 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Arizona 85132. The trust property is described as: SW 1/4 of SE of NW 1/4 of SE of Section 21, Township 7S, Range 6E of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona. Parcel No.: 511-35-01406 Original Principal Balance: $80,000.00 Name and Address of Current Beneficiary: Margarita Investments, LLC 3332 North Valencia Lane Phoenix, Arizona 85018 Name and Address of Trustor A.R.E. Clinic, Inc., 3337 N. Miller Road, Suite 102 Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 Name and Address of Successor Trustee: William A. Kozub, Esq. Berens, Kozub, Kloberdanz & Blonstein, PLC 7047 E. Greenway Pkwy., #140 Scottsdale, Arizona 85254 Successor Trustee’s Phone: (480) 624-2777 Manner of Successor Trustee’s Qualifications: Member of State Bar of Arizona as authorized pursuant to A.R.S. 33803(A)(2) Name of Successor Trustee’s Regulator: Arizona Supreme Court Signature of Successor Trustee: William A. Kozub, Esq. Dated: 2/22/2011 STATE OF ARIZONA County of Maricopa) SS. On this 22nd day of February, 2011, before me, the undersigned Notary Public, personally appeared William A. Kozub, who acknowledged himself to be the Trustee, personally known to me or proven to me to be the person that executed the within instrument. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and official seal. /s/ Christina Smith Notary Public My Commission Expires: 12/31/2014 CBN Legal 4/6/11, 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
Section 10 – Franchise; Non-Exclusive This Franchise is non-exclusive, and nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent Town from granting other like or similar grants or privileges to any other person, firm or corporation. Section 11 – No Transfer Without Consent of Town The right, privilege and franchise hereby granted may not be transferred in whole or in part by the Grantee, its successors and assigns, without the prior written consent of the Town and the Arizona Corporation Commission. No consent shall be required in connection with an assignment made as security pursuant to a mortgage or deed of trust or in connection with subsequent transfer made pursuant to any such instrument. Section 12 – No Waiver or Limitation of Powers of Eminent Domain/Right to Purchase Town reserves the right and power to condemn and purchase the plant and distribution facilities of the Grantee within the corporate limits or any additions thereto, as provided by law, during the term of the Franchise and/or upon its expiration. Section 13 – Independent Provisions If any section, paragraph, clause, phrase or provision of this Franchise Agreement, other than Section 6, shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional, the same shall not affect the validity of this Franchise Agreement as a whole or any part of the provisions hereof other than the part so adjudged to be invalid or unconstitutional. If Section 6 shall be adjudged invalid or unconstitutional in whole or in part by a final judgment, this Franchise Agreement shall immediately terminate and shall be of no further force or effect. Section 14 – Notices Any notice required or permitted to be given hereunder shall be in writing, unless otherwise expressly permitted or required, and shall be deemed effective either (i) upon hand delivery to the person then holding the office shown on the attention line of the address below, or if such office is vacant or no longer exists, to a person holding a comparable office, or (ii) on the third business day following its deposit with the United States Postal Service, first class and certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, addressed as follows: To the Town: Town Manager Town of Kearny P.O. Box 639 Kearny, Arizona 85237 Fax: (520) 363-7527 With a copy to: Town Attorney Town of Kearny P.O. Box 639 Kearny, Arizona 85237 Fax: (520) 363-7527 To Southwest Gas Corporation: Legal Affairs Department Southwest Gas Corporation 10851 N. Black Canyon Highway Phoenix, Arizona 85029-4755 Section 15 – Voter Approval This Franchise Agreement is subject to the approval of the qualified electors of the Town. Section 16 – Audit Rights Town has the authority, at Town’s expense, to conduct an audit of the Grantee at any time during the duration of this Franchise to determine compliance of the Grantee under this agreement. The audit shall be conducted in such a way as not to disrupt Grantee’s business operations. All pertinent records of the Grantee are subject to an audit conducted by the Town. The Town may determine the scope of audit in each audit conducted. This audit shall not be required more than once in a single 12 month period. Section 17 – Reimbursement for Audit Findings The Grantee shall pay to the Town within 45 days written notice any amounts that are due to the Town as determined by any audit of the Grantee. Reimbursement for underpayment as a result of audit findings shall be identified as late payments and are subject to late payment interest of 18%. Also, if the Grantee has underpaid the Town by 5% or more of amounts due, Grantee will reimburse the Town for reasonable and full costs of the audit. We, the undersigned, Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Kearny, Arizona, pass and adopt this Franchise Agreement this ____ day of _______________. TOWN OF KEARNY By: Debra Sommers, Mayor Date: ___________________ ATTEST: /s/ Margaret Gaston, Town Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: /s/ Steve Cooper, Town Attorney SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION A California Corporation By: __________________________ Garold L. Clark Vice President Southern Arizona Division Date: ______________________ CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11, 5/11/11
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF AND SUDDENLY MINISTRIES, INC. The undersigned organizer, desiring to form a non-profit corporation under the laws of the State of Arizona, does hereby adopt the following Articles of Incorporation: ARTICLE I - NAME The name of the corporation shall be AND SUDDENLY MINISTRIES, INC., an Arizona corporation (hereinafter the “Corporation”). File No. 1630127-6 ARTICLE II - PURPOSE The purpose for which this Corporation is organized is the transaction of any and all lawful business for which a corporation may be organized under the laws of the State of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. And Suddenly Ministries, Inc. is dedicated to advancing the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and power; seeing His kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven in lives and regions throughout the world. ARTICLE III – CHARACTER OF AFFAIRS And Suddenly Ministries, Inc. is an “itinerant” ministry. This simply means that we do not have a church building people come to each Sunday, but instead we “go forth” to serve churches and church groups by traveling to where we are invited to preach the Gospel at Sunday morning services, Christian conferences, and on occasion in homes where Bible Studies gather to receive teaching from the Bible. ARTICLE IV – TAX-EXEMPT PROVISIONS No part of the net earnings of the Corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to its directors or other private person, except that the Corporation shall be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and distributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth in Article II. No substantial part of the activities of the Corporation shall be the carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and the Corporation shall not participate in, or intervene in (including the publishing or distribution of statements,) any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office. Notwithstanding any other provision of these Articles, the Corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on: (a) by a corporation exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law) or: (b) by a corporation, contributions to which are deductible under Section 170(c) (2) of the United States Internal Revenue Code (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Laws). ARTICLE V - DISSOLUTION Upon dissolution of the Corporation, the Board of Directors shall, after paying or making provision for the payment of all of the liabilities of the Corporation, dispose of all its assets exclusively for the purposes of the Corporation in such a manner, or to such organizations organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educational, religious or scientific purpose as shall at the time qualify as an exempt organization or organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Laws) as the Board of Directors shall determine. Any such assets not disposed of shall be disposed of by the Superior Court of the county in which the principal office of the Corporation is then located, exclusively for such purpose or to such organization or organizations, as said Court shall determine, which are organized and operated exclusively for such purpose. ARTICLE VI - INDEMNIFICATION The Corporation shall indemnify and hold harmless its directors, together with their heirs and personal representatives, from and against any and all judgments, claims, losses, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses of any nature whatsoever, including reasonable legal fees, incurred as a result of serving or having served in such positions, to the fullest extent allowed by the laws of the State of Arizona. The foregoing should not be deemed to be any limitation on the power of the Corporation to indemnify such persons and others, it being the intent that the Corporation provide the fullest indemnity allowed by such law. ARTICLE VII - LIMITATION OF DIRECTOR LIABILITY A director of the Corporation shall not be personally liable to the Corporation for monetary damages for any action taken, or for failure to take any action, as a director; provided, however, this Article VII shall not eliminate or limit the liability of a director for any conflicting interest transaction for which judicial action may be brought against such director pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes Section 10-861. This Article shall not limit or eliminate the liability of the director for any act or omission occurring before the effective date of this Article, nor shall amendments to or repeal of this Article have any effect on the liability for monetary damages of any director within the scope of this Article and occurring prior to such amendment or repeal. ARTICLE VIII - BYLAWS The initial Bylaws of the Corporation may be adopted by the Board of Directors, herein designated. The Bylaws and any amendments or alterations thereto shall be valid only if consistent with these Articles of Incorporation. ARTICLE IX - LIABILITY The private property of the directors of this Corporation shall be forever exempt from corporate debts and liabilities. ARTICLE X – BOARD OF DIRECTORS Robert Hotchkin, 44163 W. Palmen Dr., Maricopa, AZ 85238; Bart Hadaway, 44163 W. Palmen Dr., Maricopa, AZ 85238; Michael Reynolds, 125 E. Coronado Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85004 ARTICLE XI – PRINCIPAL OFFICE The street address of the principal office of the Corporation is located in Pinal County, Arizona at 44163 West Palmen Drive, Maricopa, Arizona 85238. ARTICLE XII - STATUTORY AGENT Michael T. Reynolds, Esq., with offices at 125 E. Coronado Rd., Phoenix, Arizona, 85004, is hereby appointed the initial Statutory Agent of the Corporation. The Board of Directors of this Corporation may revoke this appointment of agent at any time and shall have power to fill any vacancy in such position. ARTICLE XIII – INCORPORATOR The name of the incorporator is Michael Reynolds and his address is 125 E. Coronado Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85004. All powers, duties, and responsibilities of the incorporate shall cease at the of delivery of these Articles of Incorporation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. ARTICLE XIV – MEMBERS The Corporation will not have members. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the incorporator has hereunto set his hand this 30th day of December, 2010. /s/ Michael T. Reynolds, Esq. ACCEPTANCE OF APPOINTMENT AS STATUTORY AGENT I, Michael T. Reynolds, Esq., having been designated to act as statutory agent for AND SUDDENLY MINISTRIES, INC., an Arizona corporation, hereby consent to act in that capacity until removed or resignation is submitted in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes. /s/ Michael T. Reynolds, Esq. CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11
AL REGISTRASE, REGRESE A: Pueblo de Kearny Atención: Margaret Gaston, Secretaria Municipal, PO Box 639, 912-CTilbury Drive, Kearny, AZ 85237 CONTRATO DE FRANQUICIA ENTRE SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION Y EL PUEBLO DE KEARNY, ARIZONA Sección 1. – Otorgamiento de Franquicia Por la presente se otorga a la Southwest Gas Corporation, una corporación organizada y en vigencia según y en virtud de las leyes del Estado de California (identificada en este contrato con el nombre de “Concesionario”), y a sus sucesores y cesionarios, el derecho no exclusivo y privilegio de construir, mantener y operar su sistema de gas, como definido en este contrato, en, sobre, a lo largo de y debajo de las actuales y futuras servidumbres de paso públicas. Estas servidumbres de paso incluyen, pero no están limitadas a las calles, callejones, senderos, puentes, carreteras, servidumbres de servicios públicos, y lugares públicos dentro del Pueblo de Kearny, Arizona (identificado en este contrato con el nombre de “ el Pueblo”). El sistema de gas natural del concesionario incluye un sistema de distribución y transmisión de gas artificial y/o gas natural, tubería y conducto, junto con todos los accesorios necesarios y convenientes incluyendo pero no limitados a la tubería, laterales, líneas de servicio, bombas, registros, medidores, indicadores, válvulas, trampas, cercos, bóvedas, reguladores, estaciones reguladoras, aparatos, accesorios y equipo relacionado, instalaciones y accesorios para el propósito de suministrar gas natural y/o gas artificial, incluyendo gas manufacturado por cualquier método, y/o gas conteniendo una mescal de gas natural y dicho gas artificial (todos los tipos de gas identificados en este contrato colectivamente como “gas”) al Pueblo, a sus sucesores, habitantes de la misma, y a todos los individuos y entidades o dentro o más allá de los límites de lo mismo, para todos los propósitos (de esto conocida como la “Franquicia”). Sección 2. – Cumplimiento del Concesionario con las Prácticas del Pueblo; Planes Sometidos para Ser Aprobados; Construcción del Pueblo Cerca de las Instalaciones del Concesionario 2.1 Toda la construcción del Concesionario bajo esta Franquicia se deberá llevar a cabo de acuerdo con los standards de la industria, requisitos de permiso, y ordenanzas del Pueblo. Sin limitaciones, el Concesionario deberá cumplir con las ordenanzas del Pueblo en relación con los cortes de calles. La construcción se deberá hacer dentro de un plazo de tiempo razonable. Antes de que el Concesionario realice cualesquier instalaciones en las servidumbres de paso públicas o lugares públicos, el Concesionario deberá solicitar y obtener del Pueblo dicho permiso o permisos como ordenado por el Pueblo que se emiten para la construcción u obras parecidas en las servidumbre de paso públicas, y someter para su aprobación un mapa en el cual se muestra la localización de dichas instalaciones propuestas al Ingeniero del Pueblo. A menos que sea necesario debido a emergencias o circunstancias inmediatas, si el Concesionario comienza trabajo bajo esto sin obtener los permisos aplicables, el Concesionario le deberá pagar al Pueblo una multa estipulada igual que el ciento cincuenta por ciento (150%) de los derechos de permisos aplicables. Al ser solicitado, el Concesionario le deberá proveer al Pueblo, a base anual, su plan de capital propuesto conocido y planes de corredores venideros razonablemente en el futuro inmediato para mejoramientos en la área de planificación del Pueblo. 2.2 Si el Pueblo, o directamente o a través de un contratista, asume cualquier proyecto de construcción adyacente a las instalaciones del Concesionario operadas de acuerdo con esta Franquicia, el Pueblo le deberá avisar al Concesionario de dicho proyecto de construcción. El Concesionario deberá tomar pasos como sean razonablemente necesarios para mantener condiciones seguras por todo el proyecto de construcción, incluyendo pero sin limitaciones a la eliminación temporal o cerrar con barricadas la tubería o equipo del Concesionario, la localización de cual puede causar una condición peligrosa de punto de vista del equipo que se va a usar o los métodos de construcción que seguirá el Contratista a costo del Concesionario. Sección 3. – Construcción y Re-localización de las Instalaciones del Concesionario; Pago 3.1 Todas las instalaciones erigidas o construidas de acuerdo con esta Franquicia de forma tal que minimicen las interferencias del tráfico u otros usos autorizados en, debajo de, o a través de las servidumbres de paso públicas y lugares públicos. A. El Concesionario deberá coordinar con el Pueblo la instalación, construcción, uso, operación y re-localización de sus instalaciones como apropiado para permitir al Pueblo mejorar, facilitar y proteger la seguridad pública y conveniencia. Sin limitación a lo anterior, el Concesionario le deberá proveer al Pueblo un aviso de antemano razonable del trabajo bajo esto y a cualesquier personas afectadas por el trabajo. El Concesionario le deberá proveer al Pueblo registros de instalación para facilitar dicha coordinación y deberá planear, responder, facilitar y diseñar sus instalaciones en coordinación con información del Pueblo y como el Pueblo lo pueda solicitar o requerir para sus propósitos. Sin limitación a lo anterior, al ofrecer aviso razonable por el Pueblo del propuesto pavimentar de una servidumbre de paso pública, el Concesionario deberá extender sus instalaciones a continuación para poder evitar razonablemente la necesidad de subsiguientemente cortar la servidumbre de paso pública pavimentada. A menos que sea necesario razonablemente debido a una emergencia o circunstancias que requieren acción inmediata, el Concesionario no deberá cortar cualquier calle del Pueblo por un período de tres (3) años después de la construcción, pavimentar de nuevo o extensión de dicha
calle. B. El Concesionario no deberá instalar, construir, mantener o usar sus instalaciones de una manera que daña o se interfiere con cualesquier instalaciones existentes de otro servicio público localizada en la servidumbre de paso pública lugar público y acuerda de relocalizar sus instalaciones, si necesario, para acomodar la re-localización de otra instalación que tiene derechos de interés anteriores en la servidumbre de paso pública o lugares públicos. 3.2 Aquellas fases de construcción de las instalaciones del Concesionario en relación con el control de tráfico, para rellenar, aplanar y pavimentar las calles, así como la localización o re-localización de tubería e instalaciones relacionadas con lo mismo y que aquí se mencionan, deberán estar sujetas a las disposiciones establecidas por el Pueblo. De acuerdo con los Estatutos Revisados de Arizona (A.R.S.) § 40-360.30 y cualquier otra ley aplicable, el Concesionario deberá mantener registros de la localización de todas las instalaciones en las servidumbres de paso públicas y lugares públicos y proporcionárselas al Pueblo al ser solicitadas. A. Si el Pueblo requiere del Concesionario la re-localización de instalaciones del mismo que están localizadas en servidumbres de paso privadas obtenidas por el Concesionario con anterioridad a la adquisición del Pueblo de dicha propiedad de cuales las instalaciones deben ser re-localizadas, entonces; a) los costos y los gastos relacionados con la re-localización de las instalaciones del Concesionario deberán ser pagados por el Concesionario de acuerdo con la Sección 7.2 de este Contrato de Franquicia; excepto que b) el costo de compra de una nueva servidumbre de paso privada si necesario deberá ser pagado por el Pueblo siempre que, sin embargo, dicha re-localización no es esencial a la salud, bienestar y seguridad del público general. No obstante a lo anterior, si el Concesionario obtiene una servidumbre antes de o durante la fase de desarrollo de una parcela, el Concesionario deberá abandonar la servidumbre, y a base de los planes de desarrollo finales aprobados por el Pueblo, o (al criterio del Pueblo) dejar la instalación como se encuentra, o re-localizar sus servicios públicos a otro lugar dentro de las servidumbres de paso de corredor venideras. El proceso de desarrollo se defina como la fase después de una conferencia pre-solicitud con el Pueblo, que ocurrió en la propiedad del tema. B. Excepto a lo dispuesto en el Párrafo A de arriba, el Concesionario deberá pagar el costo total de la re-localización de sus instalaciones situadas en las servidumbres de paso públicas, sujetas a la Sección 7.2 de este Contrato de Franquicia, la re-localización es necesaria para que el Pueblo pueda llevar a cabo sus funciones gubernamentales. Todas las funciones del Pueblo, que no son específicamente determinadas por ley ser propietarias, son gubernamentales. Las funciones gubernamentales incluyen, pero no son limitadas a lo siguiente: (1) Cualesquier y todos los mejoramientos en las calles, callejones y avenidas del Pueblo, y otra propiedad del Pueblo; (2) El establecimiento y mantenimiento de desagües de aguas pluviales, líneas de agua, líneas de alcantarillado, líneas de efluente, pozos de agua, instalaciones de tratamiento de aguas residuales y cualesquier otras instalaciones relacionadas a eso; (3) El establecimiento y mantenimiento de parques municipales, estacionamiento, paseos para peatones, o céspedes, arbustos, árboles y otros tipos de vegetación con el propósito de ajardinar cualquier calle o propiedad pública; (4) Proveer protección contra incendios y otras funciones de seguridad pública; (5) Recogida y destrucción de basura y reciclables. (6) Proveer transportación pública. C. EL Pueblo reserva su derecho superior anterior de usar las servidumbres de derecho de paso públicas y la propiedad del Pueblo, incluyendo las áreas superficiales, para todos los propósitos, pagados con fondos públicos. Cuando el Pueblo use su derecho superior anterior a las servidumbres de paso públicas, u otra propiedad del Pueblo, el Concesionario deberá re-localizar su propiedad localizada en las servidumbres de paso públicas, o en otra propiedad del Pueblo, a su propio costo, a dicha localización que el Pueblo ordene. D. EL Pueblo deberá devengar el costo razonable de la re-localización de cualesquier instalaciones, la re-localización de cual es necesario por la construcción de mejoramientos por o de parte del Pueblo en respaldo de una función propietaria excepto como se disponga específicamente en esto de otra manera. E. Sujeto a la Sección 7.2, el Concesionario, deberá pagar por el costo total de re-localizar cualesquier de las instalaciones indiferente a la función que sirve, cuando el Pueblo tiene el derecho superior anterior del uso de la servidumbre de paso pública, o en donde las instalaciones del Pueblo u otras instalaciones ocupen ya una servidumbre de paso pública de acuerdo con la autoridad de un permiso del Pueblo, licencia o franquicia, que se tienen que re-localizar ya localizadas en las servidumbre de paso públicas y sugiere un conflicto entre las instalaciones del y las instalaciones existentes del Concesionario solamente puede ser resuelto de una manera rápida como determinada por el Pueblo, por la re-localización de las instalaciones existentes por el Pueblo del Concesionario. El Pueblo y el Concesionario acuerdan que el Pueblo no es parte de los conflictos entre los concesionarios del uso de las servidumbre de paso públicas F. Si el Pueblo participa en el costo de relocalizar las instalaciones del Concesionario por cualquier razón, el costo de la relocalización para el Pueblo será limitada a aquellos costos y gastos razonablemente incurridos para la re-localización de dichas instalaciones de acuerdo con la ordenanza
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. FIGHTING GOLIATH MEDIA LLC L-1667314-6 II. The address of the known place of business is: 270 E. HUNT HWY, STE 16-235 SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85143 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: CHRIS AYERS 270 E HUNT HWY, STE 16-235 SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85143 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: CHRIS AYERS 270 E HUNT HWY, STE 16-235 SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85143 member manager TODD HANLE 14515 W ROANOKE AVE, GOODYEAR, AZ 85395 member manager CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I GJJ HALL, LLC L-1653324-9 II The address of the registered office is 6722 N. Cocopas Rd., Tucson, AZ 85718. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is Jovanka Hall, 6722 N. Cocopas Rd., Tucson, AZ 85718 III Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Managers: Gary A. Hall Jovanka Hall 6722 N. Cocopas Rd. Tucson, AZ 85718 Members: Gary A. Hall and Jovanka Hall, Trustees of the Hall Family Living Trust Dated January 14, 2011 6722 N. Cocopas Rd. Tucson, AZ 85718 CBN Legal 4/6/11, 4/13/11, 4/20/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. TILLIAN PROPERTIES LLC L-1667691-6 II. The address of the known place of business is: 19044 N Lousandra Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Michael Santilli 19044 N Lousandra Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: The Santilli Family Living Trust, Michael A Santilli Trustee manager CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
del Pueblo y, cuando no esté en conflicto con eso, los standards industriales aplicables. Los costos de la re-localización para el Pueblo de las instalaciones del Concesionario no deberán incluir ninguna mejora en las instalaciones del Concesionario en las mismas condiciones que existían las mismas con anterioridad a la relocalización. Antes del pago por el Pueblo, el Concesionario deberá proveerle una lista detallada de dichos costos y gastos. G. El Pueblo no ejercerá su derecho de requerir que las instalaciones del Concesionario sean re-localizadas arbitrariamente o sin razón, o evitar sus obligaciones bajo esta Franquicia. H. Todas las líneas subterráneas abandonadas continuarán siendo la propiedad del Concesionario, a menos que el Concesionario específicamente le admite de otra manera al Ingeniero del Pueblo y el Pueblo lo acepte. Sujeto al reembolso bajo la Sección 7.2 el Concesionario deberá pagar por el costo total de re-localizar líneas abandonadas al ser solicitado por el Pueblo al ser ordenado para facilitar la construcción de cualquier proyecto municipal o a como el Pueblo determine ser razonablemente necesario para proteger la sanidad y seguridad pública. El Concesionario puede contratar con el contratista del Pueblo para dicha re-localización. El Concesionario le deberá dar aviso al Pueblo de su intención de eliminar las líneas abandonadas y ofrecerle posesión de dichas líneas al Pueblo. I. El Concesionario le deberá pagar al Pueblo por los costos/derechos de permisos y por pavimentar (recargo de corte) derechos de daños de la localización (o re-localización) de las instalaciones del Concesionario. El reembolso de los costos/derechos de permisos (es decir revisión del plan, inspección, etcétera) y pavimentar (recargo de corte) derechos de daño es separado, y es además de cualesquier otros derechos de Franquicia que se incluyen en este Contrato. Sección 4. – Indemnización; Seguro 4.1 El Pueblo no será de ninguna forma responsable de cualquier accidente o daño que pueda ocurrir en ejercer de esta Franquicia por el Concesionario de sus instalaciones bajo esta Franquicia, y la aceptación de esta concesión se determina ser un contrato de parte del Concesionario de indemnizar y mantener al Pueblo libre de y en contra de cualesquier demandas, perdidas, costos, derechos legales, daños, o cualesquier otros gastos que se pueden imponer en el Pueblo resultado del ejercer de esta Franquicia por el Concesionario, incluyendo el mantenimiento de barricadas y aparatos de control de tráfico en las áreas de construcción y mantenimiento. El Concesionario deberá defender, indemnizar, y tener al Pueblo libre de cualesquier gastos y pérdidas incurridas como resultado de perjuicio o daño a personas de la tercera parte ocasionados por el ejercicio de esta Franquicia por el Concesionario, siempre que, sin embargo, que dichas demandas, gastos o perdidas no sean el resultado de mala conducta intencional, actas de negligencia u omisiones de parte del Pueblo. 4.2 El Concesionario deberá tener y mantener por todo el plazo de esta Franquicia seguro vigente contra reclamaciones y/o un programa de retención propia o bienes generales para asegurar adecuadamente y/o proteger la responsabilidad legal del Concesionario en referencia a la instalación, operación y mantenimiento de líneas de gas junto con todos los accesorios y deseables autorizados por esta para ocupar la servidumbre de paso pública. Dicho seguro, retención propia o programa de bienes generales deberán proveer protección contra daños corporales y daños contra la propiedad incluyendo responsabilidad por contrato y responsabilidad legal por daños resultando de explosiones, derrumbes e incidentes subterráneos. Dicho programa de retención de seguro y/o programa de retención propia o bienes generales deberán cumplir con el Requisito de Seguros recomendado por el Abogado del Pueblo y aprobado por el Administrador del Pueblo entablado con la Secretaria Municipal y como modificado por el Administrador del Pueblo durante la vida de esta Franquicia. 4.3 El Concesionario deberá registrar con el Pueblo documentación de dicho seguro vigente contra reclamaciones o un programa de retención propia o bienes generales dentro de sesenta (60) días siguientes a la fecha de efectividad de esta Franquicia y de ahí en adelante al ser solicitada por el Pueblo. Sección 5 Restauración de Servidumbres de Paso 5.1 Si, al instalar, uso o mantenimiento de su sistema de transmisión y distribución de gas el Concesionario daña o interrumpe el superficie o sub-superficie de cualquier camino público o propiedad pública adyacente o si el mejoramiento público sobre eso, allí, o de bajo de , el Concesionario deberá inmediatamente, a su propio costo (sujeto a la Sección 7.2 de este Contrato de Franquicia) y de una manera aceptable al Pueblo, restaurar el superficie o sub-superficie del camino público o propiedad pública, o reparar o reemplazar el mejoramiento sobre eso, allí, o de bajo de, en las mismas condiciones en que se encontraba antes del daño o interrupción, o como sea requerido por los standards de construcción establecidos por ordenanza del Pueblo. 5.2 Si dicha restauración, reparación o reemplazo no se completa dentro de un período razonable o si no satisface los standards debidamente adoptados del Pueblo, como sean enmendados de vez en cuando, el Pueblo puede, después de aviso anterior al Concesionario, completar la restauración, reparación o reemplazo necesarios o a través de sus propias fuerzas o a través de un contratista contratado, y el Concesionario acuerda reembolsar al Pueblo por los costos y gastos incurridos dentro de treinta (30) días después de recibir una factura del Pueblo. Como se usa en esto “costos y gastos” incluyen, pero sin limitación a, costos administrativos y salarios de los empleados y costos de beneficios incurridos por el Pueblo en completar dicha restauración, reparación y
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I SONORAN BURROWS, LLC L-1668745-7 II. The address of the known place of business is: 29703 E. MILO DR. MARANA, AZ 85658 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: RICHARD WALKO 29703 E. MILO DR. MARANA, AZ 85658 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: RICHARD WALKO 29703 E. MILO DR., MARANA, AZ 85658 member manager DANNY ROERIG 29 WHITES RD., WASHINGTON, N.J. 07882 member CBN Legal 4/6/11, 4/13/11, 4/20/11
Michael J.Sheridan, #023001 SHERIDAN LARSON, PLLC 3035 S. Ellsworth Rd., Ste. 144 Mesa, AZ 85212 Phone: (480) 6687600 firstname.lastname@example.org Attorneys for Applicant ARIZONA SUPERIOR COURT PINAL COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of PATRICIA ANN MEAD, Deceased. ) NO. PB2009-0014 NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR SUBSTITUTION OF APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF INTESTATE ESTATE (Assigned to the Hon. Robert C. Olson) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Erin Mead has filed in the above-named Court an Application for Substitution of Appointment of Personal Representative of Intestate Estate (the “Petition”). This is a legal notice; your rights may be affected. Este es un aviso legal. Sus derechor podrian ser afectados. If you object to any part of this petition or motion that accompanies this notice, you must file with the Court a written objection describing the legal basis for your objection at least three (3) days before the hearing date or you must appear in person or through an attorney at the time and place set forth in the notice of hearing. A HEARING HAS BEEN SET to consider the matter on the Petition on the 9th day of May, 2011, at the hour of 1:30 p.m., before: Honorable Robert Carter Olson Pinal County Superior Court 971 Jason Lopez Circle Building A, Division 9 Florence, AZ 85132 DATED this 14th day of April, 2011. SHERIDAN LARSON, PLLC /s/ Michael J. Sheridan 3035 S. Ellsworth Rd., Ste. 144 Mesa, AZ 85212 (480) 668-760 Attorney for Erin Mead Original mailed for filing this 14th day of April, 2011 to: Pinal County Superior Court Attn: Clerk of Court 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg. A Florence, AZ 85132 copies of the foregoing mailed this 14th day of April, 2011 to: Honorable Robert Carter Olson Pinal County Superior Court 971 Jason Lopez Circle Building A, Division 9 Florence, AZ 85132 Francisca Mead 10346 Desert Dawn Drive Gold Canyon, AZ 85218 Richard Taylor 2333 E. Waterview Place Chandler, AZ 85249 /s/ Tammy Bilotts CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11
reemplazo. Sección 6. - Derechos de Franquicia 6.1 El Concesionario le pagará al Pueblo en consideración de la concesión de esta Franquicia una suma igual al dos por ciento (2%) de los ingresos brutos del Concesionario obtenidos de la venta y/o entregar de su gas natural y/o artificial para todos los propósitos dentro de los límites corporativos del Pueblo, como se muestran en los registros de cuentas del Concesionario. Dichos pagos serán pagaderos treinta (30) días después del cuarto del calendario, y se considerará vencidos si no se reciben dentro de treinta (30) días después de la fecha de vigencia. Se aplicará una multa del cinco por ciento (5%) a los pagos que no se hacen dentro del período requerido, e interés de un punto cinco por ciento (1½%) mensual y deberá devengar en la cantidad completa debida. El Pueblo puede renunciar el interés y la multa por causa razonable o si por una desgracia que rinde al Concesionario incapaz de computar o calcular la responsabilidad de los registros de negocios. Para el propósito de comprobar las cantidades pagaderas abajo, los libros y registros del Concesionario estarán sujetos a inspección y auditoría por parte de funcionarios o representantes autorizados del Pueblo cada vez que sea razonable. 6.2 El Concesionario deberá pagar Derechos de Franquicia de acuerdo con los términos del Contrato de Franquicia otorgado anteriormente entre el Concesionario y el Pueblo hasta el 30 de Junio, 2011. Comenzando el 1 de Julio, 2011, el pago como descrito en los párrafos anteriores será pagadero en cantidades mensuales dentro de treinta (30) días después del fin de cuarto del calendario. 6.3 Si en cualquier momento durante el plazo de esta Franquicia el Concesionario le paga a cualquier municipalidad en el Estado de Arizona Derechos de Franquicia mayor que el dos por ciento (2%) de los recibos brutos del Concesionario en dicha municipalidad, entonces el porcentaje que se muestra en la Sección 6 se deberá aumentar a un porcentaje mayor igual a la cantidad que el Concesionario está pagando a dicha otra municipalidad de acuerdo bajo un Contrato de Franquicia. Si el Pueblo le pide al Concesionario de hacer igual dichos Derechos de Franquicia, el Pueblo acuerda incorporar los términos, condiciones y limitaciones aplicables al pago mayor que los Derechos de Franquicia a dicha municipalidad, en este Contrato de Franquicia. Si el Concesionario o el Pueblo determinan que el Concesionario recaudó de sus clientes más o menos de la cantidad ordenada de los Derechos de Franquicia, el Concesionario inmediatamente deberá ajustar sus recaudaciones de los Derechos de Franquicia para asegurar que no más o menos se recaude de sus clientes como se ordena pagarle a al Pueblo. 6.4 Además de los Derechos de Franquicia anteriores, el Concesionario deberá pagar cargos, impuestos, y derechos como descritos en la Sección 7 de este Contrato. Sección 7 - Derechos Adicionales e Impuestos 7.1 A no ser que cualquier provisión de este contrato declare lo contrario, el Concesionario deberá pagar, además del pago estipulado en la Sección 6, los siguientes cargos, impuestos y derechos como establecidos en un código u ordenanza debidamente adoptada por el Pueblo: A. Impuestos sobre la propiedad al valor generales; B. Impuesto de uso y de privilegio de transacción autorizado por el Pueblo y recaudado por el Concesionario de sus ventas al por menor de usuarios y consumidores de gas dentro de los límites cooperativos del Pueblo, sin reducción o pagado; C. Otros cargos, impuestos o derechos gravados sobre los negocios generalmente a través del Pueblo siempre que dicho cargo, impuesto o derechos sea un derecho fijo por año y que la cantidad anual de dichos derechos no excedan la cantidad de derechos parecidos pagados por cualesquier otros negocios operados dentro del Pueblo; y D. Los derechos de inspección y de permisos aplicables y tradicional (es decir revisión del plan, inspección, etcétera) y pavimentar (recargo de corte) derechos de daños, establecidos por ordenanza del Pueblo, necesarios para la construcción, instalación y ortos trabajos administrados por el Concesionario bajo esto. El Pueblo deberá considerar dichos gastos a ser pagados del Fondo de Gastos de Capital. El Pueblo deberá cobrar cualesquier gastos permitidos contra el Fondo de Gastos de Capital y proveerle al Concesionario informes trimestrales sobre las cantidades de dichas deducciones. 7.2 Además de y distinto a los Derechos de Franquicia que se muestran arriba, el Pueblo y el Concesionario acuerdan que comenzando el 1 de Julio, 2011 el Pueblo deberá tasar una compensación adicional que pagará el Concesionario al Pueblo en pagos trimestrales en la cantidad igual que al dos por ciento (2%) de los ingresos brutos del Concesionario como definido en la Sección 6 de esta Contrato. El Pueblo deberá depositar todos los fondos recaudados del Concesionario debido a dicha compensación adicional en un fondo especial titulado “Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas.” El Concesionario le deberá asegurar al Pueblo que todos los impuestos y otros derechos o cargos deberán permanecer combinados y abrigado como “impuestos y otros derechos” o “impuestos y otros cargos” en las facturas/ declaraciones del Cocesionario, a menos que la ley o la Comisión de Corporación de Arizona y sus sucesores ordenen de otra manera. Los gastos incurridos por el Concesionario pagados por el Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas no se pueden incluir por el Concesionario en su base de tasas o procurar devolución de la inversión de dicho reembolso de gastos de capital. Para los propósitos de este Contrato de Franquicia, los gastos de capital sujetos a ser reembolsados por el Pueblo, consiste
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLE OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR: I LISSARRAGUE INVESTMENTS LLC# L-1669185-1 II The address of the registered office is: 43527 W. Eddie Way, Maricopa, AZ 85048 III The name and address of the Statutory Agent is Sean Lissarrague, 43527 W. Eddie Way, Maricopa, AZ 85138 IV Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are Sean Lissarrague, 43527 W. Eddie Way, Maricopa, AZ 85138 Manager Sean Lissarrague, Traditional IRA, whose custodian is Entrust Arizona, LLC 20860 N. Tatum Blvd., Ste. 240, Phoenix, AZ 85050 Member CBN Legal 4/6/11, 4/13/11, 4/20/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I AGAVE FINE LIVING LLC L-1667044-3 II. The address of the known place of business is: 29703 E. MILO DR. MARANA, AZ 85658 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: RICHARD WALKO 29703 E. MILO DR. MARANA, AZ 85658 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: DANNY ROERIG 29 WHITES RD., WASHINGTON, N.J. 07882 member manager PENSCO TRUST COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO RICHARD WALKO IRA PO BOX 26903, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94126 member CBN Legal 4/6/11, 4/13/11, 4/20/11
NOTICE ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I 1. The name of the limited liability company is CONDORCHEM ENVITECH, LLC (the “Company”) (L-1669288-7) II. 2. The address of the registered office in Arizona is 37335 West Vera Cruz Drive, Maricopa, AZ 85138-4199, located in Pinal County, Arizona. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: USBAL&D, INC., 30 West First Street, Mesa, AZ 85201. III 3. Management of the Company is vested in one or more managers. If the members of the Company have elected more than one manager, the managers or any one of them will have the authority to act for and bind the Company. Any person dealing with the Company may rely on the latest filed Articles of Organization, as amended, as designating the current manager or managers. The managers’ names and mailing addresses are: Sergio Tuset Gregal 7 08338 Premia de Dalt (Barcelona) SPAIN N. Emery Layton 37335 West Vera Cruz Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138-4199 The name and mailing address of each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the Company are: Condorchem Iberica SL Gregal 7 08338 Premia de Dalt (Barcelona) SPAIN Engineered with Layton, P.L.C. 37335 West Vera Cruz Drive Maricopa, AZ 85138-4199 CBN Legal 4/6/11, 4/13/11, 4/20/11
de cualquier costo o gasto ordenado por este Contrato de Franquicia bajo o cualquier ordenanza adoptada por el Pueblo relacionada con este Contrato de Franquicia para proyectos ordenados por el Pueblo y/o de obras públicas o re-localizaciones ordenadas por la misma. Otros gastos de capital serán limitados a los derechos de permisos del Pueblo, derechos de inspección incluyendo cualquier sobre-tiempo, derechos de restauración de pavimento, y derechos de revisión del plan, también como los gastos de perfil de perforaciones. El dinero del Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas no se deberán usar para reembolsar costos o gastos relacionados con el mantenimiento del sistema de gas, mejoramientos a la planta de capital o extensiones de las líneas principales. El Ingeniero del Pueblo y el Concesionario deberán acordar en los gastos de proyecto sujetos a ser recuperados del Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas. Las facturas de dichos reembolsos del fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas se le deberán enviar a: Pueblo de Kearny Ingeniero PO Box 639 Kearny, AZ 85237 Teléfono: (520) 363-5547 Fax: (520) 363-7527 Con una copia a: Pueblo de Kearny Director de Finanzas PO Box 639 Kearny, AZ 85237 Teléfono: (520) 363-5547 Fax: (520) 363-7527 Las facturas de reembolso del Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas se le deberán presentar al Pueblo cada año por el Concesionario. Las facturas deberán reflejar los costos que se van a reembolsar durante el año de calendario anterior y se le presentarán al Pueblo no más tarde que el 1 de Julio del siguiente año de calendario. El Pueblo le deberá reembolsar a la Concesionario dentro de treinta (30) días de aprobar las facturas de todos los costos elegibles para reembolso bajo esta Sección 7, si la cantidad del dinero del Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas es suficiente para pagar por los gastos de capital aprobados. En el caso de que exista un excedente de fondos en el Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas después de que el Pueblo le paga al Concesionario, dicho excedente se deberá poner en reserva para el Pueblo y se considera propiedad del Pueblo. Los gastos aprobados del Concesionario de cualquier año de calendario se le tiene que aplicar al Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest Gas que el Pueblo recibe en el mismo año de calendario Si los gastos de capital anuales del Concesionario exceden la cantidad de los fondos disponibles del Fondo de Gastos de Capital del Southwest del año de calendario en el cual se incurrieron, el Pueblo no será responsable por la diferencia entre los fondos recaudados y la cantidad de gastos de capital. Sección 8. - Término 8.1 Esta Franquicia deberá continuar en vigencia y existir por un período de veinticinco (25) años del 1 de Julio, 2011. 8.2 El derecho, privilegio y la franquicia por la presente deberá continuar en vigencia y existir por un período de veinticinco (25) años; siempre que, sin embargo, cualquier parte puede abrir de nuevo cualquier o todas secciones para revisión adicional y posibles enmiendas a esta Franquicia en el quinto (5th) o duodécimo (12th) aniversario por medio de una notificación por escrito de su intención de dicho término no menos de un (1) año antes del quinto (5th) o duodécimo (12th) aniversario. Si cualquier propuesta enmienda a este Contrato de Franquicia se determina requerir una elección, la parte abriendo el contrato de la enmienda deberá pagar por los costos de la elección. 8.3 A menos que se termine más temprano por acuerdo por escrito de las partes, esta Franquicia se vencerá el 1 de Julio, 2036. Sección 9 - Incumplimiento; Resolución de Litigio Incumplimiento Remedios. El fallo o aplazamiento irrazonable por cualquier Parte en cumplir con cualquier término o provisión de este Contrato por un período de diez (10) días después de aviso por escrito de eso de otra Parte deberá constituir un incumplimiento bajo esta Contrato. Si el incumplimiento es de un sentido que no se puede remediar dentro de diez (10) días, el remedio se deberá comenzar dentro de dicho período, y diligentemente ejercido hasta completarse. El aviso deberá especificar la esencia del supuesto incumplimiento y la manera en que el incumplimiento se puede remediar satisfactoriamente. En el caso de un incumplimiento a continuación por cualquier Parte, la Parte no en incumplimiento deberá tener el derecho a todos los remedios de ambos la ley de equidad, incluyendo, sin limitación, a específico cumplimiento. Resolución de Litigio. Para fomentar la cooperación de las partes en implementar este Contrato, el Pueblo y el Dueño cada uno deberá designar y nombrar un representante que actuará como un contacto entre el Pueblo y sus varios departamentos y el Dueño. El representante inicial del Pueblo (el “Representante del Pueblo”) será el Administrador Municipal y el representante inicial del Dueño será el administrador del proyecto, como identificado por el Dueño de vez en cuando como (el “Representante del Dueño”). Los representantes deberán estar disponibles a todas horas razonables para discutir y revisar el cumplimiento de las Partes y el desarrollo de la Propiedad. Arbitraje. Si ocurre una controversia a causa de o en relación con este Contrato, o incumplimiento de eso, y si la controversia no se puede acordar a través de mediación las Partes acuerdan primero tratar resolver la controversia a través de arbitraje antes de recurrir a arbitraje, litigio u otro procedimiento de litigio. En el caso de
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ACC File Number: L16677920 1. Articles of Organization have been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for Infinity Staffing Consultants, LLC. 2. The address of the known place of business is 40440 West Robbins Drive, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. 3. The name and business address of the initial agent for service of process for this limited liability company is KEYTLaw, L.L.C., 3001 East Camelback, Suite 130, Phoenix, Arizona 85016. 4. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a Manager or Managers. 5. The names and addresses of the Managers of this limited liability company at that time of formation are: (a) Wilbur Johnson, 40440 West Robbins Drive, Maricopa, Arizona 85138 and (b) Gena Starr Johnson, 40440 West Robbins Drive, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. 6. The name and address of the only Member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of this limited liability company at the time of formation are: Wilbur Johnson, 40440 West Robbins Drive, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. CBN Legal 4/13/11, 4/20/11, 4/27/11
MARJORIE JEAN RAMIREZ 606 N.WEBB DRIVE SAN MANUEL, AZ 85631 520-3854248 Representing Self, Without a Lawyer SHANNON TREZZA AZCLDP #80880 4011 E. Broadway Suite 111 Tucson, AZ 85711 ARIZONA SUPERIOR COURT, PINALCOUNTY MARJORIE JEAN RAMIREZ Petitioner and ALFREDO RAMIREZ, Respondent Case No. DO201100560 SUMMONS (Family Law) STEPHEN F. McCARVILLE WARNING: THIS IS AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT FROM THE COURT THAT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS. READ THIS SUMMONS CAREFULLY. IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND IT, CONTACT AN ATTORNEY FOR LEGAL ADVICE. FROM THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO ALFREDO RAMIREZ. 1. A lawsuit has been filed against you. A copy of the lawsuit and other related court paperwork is served on you with this Summons. 2. If you do not want a judgment taken against you without your input, you must file a Response in writing with the Court, and you must pay the required filing fee. To file your Response, take or send the papers to: Office of the Superior Court, 971 JASON LOPEZ CIRCLE, BLDG A./HWY 79 FLORENCE, AZ 85232. Mail a copy of the Response to the your spouse, the Petitioner, at the address listed on the top of this Summons. 3. If this Summons and the other court papers were served on you within the State of Arizona, your Response must be filed within TWENTY (20) CALENDAR DAYS from the date of the service, not counting the day of service. If the papers were served on you outside the State of Arizona, your response must be filed within THIRTY (30) CALENDAR DAYS, not counting the day of service. 4. Requests for reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities must be made to the court by parties at least 3 working days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. 5. Either spouse, or both spouses, may file in the conciliation court a petition invoking the jurisdiction of the court for the purpose of preserving the marriage by effecting conciliation between the parties. GIVEN under my hand and the Seal of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the County of Pima this 18th day of March, 2011 /s/ CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT DENISE Deputy Clerk CBN Legal 3/30/11, 4/6/11, 4/13/11, 4/20/11
que las Partes no pueden acordar sobre la selección de un mediador dentro de siete (7) días, ambas Partes le pueden pedir al Juez Presidente del Tribunal Superior del Condado Pinal que nombre un mediador de una lista de mediadores que mantiene el Consorcio de Retención de Riesgo Municipal de Arizona (Arizona Municipal Risk Retention Pool). Sección 10 – Franquicia; No – Exclusiva Esta Franquicia no es no-exclusiva, y nada aquí dispuesto se deberá construir para impedir que el Pueblo otorgue otros privilegios, iguales o similares, a cualquier otra persona, firma o corporación. Sección 11 – No Transferible Sin Aprobación del Pueblo El derecho, privilegio y franquicia otorgados por la presente no se pueden transferir por completo o en parte por el Concesionario, sus sucesores o concesionarios, sin aprobación anterior del Pueblo o y la Comisión de Corporación de Arizona. No se requiere ningún consentimiento en relación con una asignación hecha como seguridad de acuerdo con una hipoteca o escritura de fideicomiso o en relación con transferencia subsiguiente hecha de acuerdo con cualquier instrumento. Sección 12 – Ninguna Renuncia o Limitación de Poderes de Domino Eminente/Derecho/de Compra El Pueblo reserva el derecho y el poder de condenar y comprar la planta y las instalaciones de distribución del Concesionario dentro de los límites corporativos o cualesquier adiciones a eso, como estipula la ley, durante el término de la Franquicia y/o vencimiento. Sección 13.– Provisiones Independientes Si cualquier sección, párrafo, cláusula, frase o provisión de este Contrato de Franquicia y que no sea lo previsto en la Sección 6, es declarada sin validez o inconstitucional, la misma no afectará la validez de este Contrato de Franquicia en su totalidad o en cualquier otra parte de las provisiones aquí contenidas, se declaran ser inválidas o inconstitucional. Si la Sección 6 se declara sin validez o inconstitucional en su totalidad o en cualquier otra parte de la decisión final, este Contrato de Franquicia se terminará inmediatamente y ya no estará en fuerza o efecto. Sección 14 – Avisos Cualquier aviso requerido o permitido para ser dado a conocer más adelante deberá ser por escrito, a no ser que otra cosa sea expresamente permitida o requerida, y deberá ser dado o (i) mediante entrega personal a la persona que ostente el cargo expresado en la línea que dice atención en las dirección de abajo, o si dicho cargo está vacante o no existe ya, a la persona ostentado un cargo comparable, o (ii) en el tercer día laboral siguiente a su depósito en el Servicio de Correo de los Estados Unidos, por medio de correspondencia de primera clase, certificada o registrada con recibo de entrega requerido, franqueo pagado de antemano y dirigido a: Al Pueblo: Administrador del Pueblo Pueblo de Kearny PO Box 639 Kearny, Arizona 85237 Fax: (520) 363-7527 Con una copia a: Abogado del Pueblo Pueblo de Kearny PO Box 639 Kearny, Arizona 85237 Fax: (520) 363-7527 Al Southwest Gas Corporation: Legal Affairs Department Southwest Gas Corporation 10851 North Black Canyon Highway Phoenix, Arizona 85029-4755 Sección 15: Aprobación de los Votantes Este Contrato de Franquicia está sujeto a la aprobación de los electores capacitados del Pueblo. Sección 16: Derechos de Auditar El Pueblo tiene la autorización, al costo del Pueblo, de administrar un auditar del Concesionario en cualquier tiempo durante la duración de esta Franquicia para determinar cumplimiento del Concesionario bajo este contrato. El auditar se administrará de tal manera como no perturbe las operaciones de negocios del Concesionario. Todos los registros pertinentes del Concesionario son sujetos a un auditar administrado por el Pueblo. El Pueblo puede determinar el alcance del auditar de cada auditar administrada. El Pueblo no deberá requerir más de una vez en un período de 12 meses. Sección 17 – Reembolso de las Conclusiones del Auditar El Concesionario le deberá pagar al Pueblo dentro de 45 días de un aviso por escrito de cualesquier cantidades que se le deben al Pueblo como determinado por un auditar del Concesionario. El reembolso de cualquier pago insuficiente como resultado de las conclusiones del auditar será identificado como pagos delincuentes y serán sujetos al interés de pagos delincuentes del 18%. También, si el Concesionario, le ha pagado insuficiente al Pueblo por el 5% o más de las cantidades que se le deben, el Concesionario le deberá reembolsar al Pueblo los costos completos razonables del auditar. Nosotros, los abajo firmantes, el Alcalde y el Concejo Municipal del Pueblo de Kearny, Arizona, aprobamos y adoptamos este Contrato de Franquicia este día de , de _______. PUEBLO DE KEARNY Por: Debra Sommer, Alcalde Fecha:____________________________ CERTIFICA: /s/ Margaret Gaston, Secretaria Municipal APROBADO EN FORMA: /s/ Steve Cooper, Abogado del Pueblo SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION, Una Corporación de California Por: /s/ Garold L. Clark Vicepresidente Southern Arizona Division Fecha:_________________________ CBN Legal 4/20/11, 4/27/11, 5/4/11, 5/11/11
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Continued from Page 6 experiences I have had while being a student, I feel blessed. The experiences I still have as a student reinforces the blessings. Looking forward keeps everything in full circle.” Smith is a biological sciences major focusing on genetics, cell and developmental biology. She owns a 3.92 and plans on transferring to Arizona State University. She served as the vice president of the Southern District for Arizona Region Phi Theta Kappa, and as a volunteer with the Mayo Clinic and with hospice organizations. Smith received the Outstanding First Year Honors Student in 2009-10, made the Dean’s List in the fall of 2009 and spring of 2010, and was a National Community College Aerospace Scholar (NCAS). “To humble yourself is to strengthen yourself,” Smith said of her personal motto. Clapp is a business major with a concentration in law who owns a 3.67 grade point average. She plans on transferring to Arizona State University. While at the Signal Peak Campus, Clapp served as the Phi Theta Kappa co-vice president and as the vice president for Delta Epsilon Chi. She also has volunteered for The Louie & The Duke Classics fundraiser for the John Wayne Cancer Foundation. Clapp received her associate of arts degree with honors and her certificate of completion for Honors Colloquium I. She also earned recognition for the highest of all written scores at the Preliminary State Collegiate DECA Competition hosted by Scottsdale Community College. “I am truly honored by the nomination to the All-Arizona Academic Team,” she said. “There were so many qualified applicants I didn’t believe I stood a chance and almost did not fill out the application. This just goes to show you never know what you can accomplish until you try.” Originally from Illinois, Ruane boasts a 3.92 GPA and now calls Arizona City home. He is majoring in English literature and journalism and is planning on transferring to the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. He has served as the editorin-chief of The Cactus, CAC’s student newspaper, and also has served as president of Phi Theta Kappa: Alpha Theta Delta Chapter. When he finds the time, he stretches his writing skills as a freelancer. Ruane has participated in CAC’s Academic Symposium, earned a place on the Dean’s List, and has appeared in Who’s Who in Community Colleges. “I figure out who I am everyday around noon, after writing something down - and a pot of coffee,” he quipped. Castaneda currently resides in Oracle and is pursuing her career in nursing by majoring in pre-nursing. She owns a 3.7 grade point average and plans on continuing her education at the University of Arizona. “Perseverance and determination are the keys to success,” she said. Castaneda is currently a member of Phi Theta Kappa, has earned a place on the Dean’s List, and has appeared in Who’s Who Among College Students.
Continued from Page 3 holds 44th place in the 2A division. The team had a huge game on Monday against Miami and following this game the winner will be in first place in the region. The team’s current region record is 3-21 while Miami is currently at 4-1-1. This game results from finishing the game that was called off due to darkness of March 29 in the top of the ninth inning. Tuesday the teams traveled to Globe to face their 3A rival, the Tigers, where Coach White explained, “Senior Alejandro Romero will get the start.” Following Tuesday’s game, the team will have a bit of a break for training before they meet with Desert Christian at home in Ray next Tuesday, April 26, at 4 p.m.
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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Kearny Library celebrates Library Week Kearny Public Library celebrated National Library Week with a week full of activities for everyone. Monday featured an afterschool movie for all ages. On Tuesday craft projects were offered for adults in the morning and a balloon launching took place later in the afternoon for the young set. The annual Open House began at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday with magician Jolly Rodger who delighted and amazed the crowd with humor and magic. Announcement of the K-4 Poster Contest Winners and refreshments followed. Announcement of the Summer Reading Program was also made. On Thursday and Friday a book sale was held. Winners of the Poster Contest included: Kindergarten – Blake Fales, first, Briannah Noriega, second, and Paxton Hansen, third. First Grade – Alex O’Brien, first, Emma Baker, second, and Brina Morales, third. Second Grade – Ally Hing, first, Whitt Phillips, second, and Chelsea Boyd-Flores, third. Third Grade – Addy Aranda, first, Savannah Ortiz, second, and Madison Dollar, third. Fourth Grade – Augustine-Lou Ong Hing, first, Myranda Figueroa, second, and Jordyn Good, third. Winners of the DVD drawing were Lorraine Ramirez and Patrick Avelar. Poster Contest Winners
Jolly Rodger the magician entertained the children who attended the Open House last week. (Vicki Clark photos)
Copper Community Action Board plans clean up in Winkelman May 1
Cleaning up the town … Members of the CCAB (Copper Community Action Board) for the Copper Basin communities of Hayden, Winkelman, Dudleyville and Kearny, have begun cleaning up the towns, contacting owners of homes and building that have been targeted by graffiti vandals. The group would like to help the communities with repainting areas where needed. They have some donated paint for buildings, but colors and amounts aren’t really known and can only paint buildings with the owners’ permissions. Recently the group participated in the Light Parade and Santa Visit in Hayden, clean up of Quarelli Road from the Golf Course to the Old Bridge, and clean up of Dudleyville and Valentine. The group will be hard at it again on May 1 beginning at 7 a.m. removing graffiti and trash from the Old Bridge in Winkelman. For more information, join the group on Facebook at www.facebook.com and search Copper Community Action Board or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.