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Run over ... Vol. 89 No. 37 • Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013 • 50¢ Periodicals Postage Paid at Superior, Ariz. 85173

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Superior Police Report According to state law, police may arrest suspected offenders by two methods. 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 damage amounts are estimates. Items are given to The Superior Sun by the Superior Police Department and reflect information available at the time the report is compiled. Aug. 29 Chauntelle Nelson, 43, Superior, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Gila

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Local Health Concerns There seems to be an unusually high rate of cancer cases that surrounds our local community which exceed the national average. There has been a small group of local residents who has contacted County, State and Federal health agencies to look into this issue that affects our community. These agencies, however, have requested that the local residents show an interest in looking into this matter. There is a petition that is now being circulated throughout the community. The signed petitions will be collected and presented to the different agencies to hopefully take actions toward conducting a more detailed research analysis of the health and well-being of our residents. If you or anyone in your family has been diagnosed with cancer, breathing disorders, liver disease, arthritis or any other unusual forms of illness, please sign the petition. No details of the illnesses are required at this time, but if further investigation and research is conducted, this may be required at a later date. The petition states as follows: Petition to Conduct Environmental/Health Study Summary: Conduct an environmental/health study due to the high rate of cancer that exceeds the national average by more than 50% in the Town of Superior, Arizona. Again the petition is only to prompt a study of the health conditions of our residents of Superior. Any further questions? You can contact me: Michael Hing 520-827-9785

County. Martin Duarte, 28, Superior, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Superior. Brittany Rawlings, 20, Superior, was arrested on two warrants issued out of Superior. She was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and shoplifting. Aug. 30 Burglary was reported in the 300 block of Kellner. A drug offense was reported in the 100 block of Mary. Criminal damage was reported in the zero block of Lobb. Theft was reported in the 100 block of Mary. Aug. 31 A drug offense was

reported on Highway 60. Milly McWhorter, 55, Superior, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sept. 1 Possible burglary was reported in the 600 block of Hill. Assault was reported in the 200 block of Sunset. Sept. 2 Theft was reported in the 500 block of Highway 60. Sept. 3 Criminal damage was reported on Highway 60. Theft was reported in the area of Wilhoyt and Western. Calls not listed include four attempts to locate, five suspicious activity reports, two 911 hang-ups, one

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victim notification, two citizen assists, 13 traffic stops, three alarm drops, two found property reports, one liquor violation, three animal complaints, five information reports, three disturbances, one open door, one fire call, three harassment/threatening reports, one juvenile

problem and one civil matter. Citizens are reminded to call Silent Witness at 1-800-358-INFO, Crime Stop at 689-5611 or the Information Tip Line at 520-827-0065 if they have information that may help the police department in solving a crime.

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. Aug. 30 Burglary was reported in the area of W. Sahuaro Dr., Queen Valley. Sept. 1 Burglary was reported in the 200 block of S. Piedra Negra Dr., Queen Valley.

Deputies checked the premises and found that a shed door was open, but nothing appeared missing. The door was secured. Sept. 2 An accident with injuries was reported in the area of N. Silver King Mine Rd. and E. Happy Camp Rd., Superior. An ATV rolled injuring one person severely. Two others sustained minor injuries. The patient was taken by helicopter to a hospital for treatment.

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Rotary celebrates first Students of the Month for 2013-14 school year By Mila Besich Lira Superior Sun School is back in session and that means that the Superior Rotary Club is back in full swing recognizing the students of the month from Superior Junior Senior High School. The students were selected their teachers and school staff for their school service, positive attitudes and willingness to learn. For the month of August Jenecca Hernandez, Michael Nunez, Danielle Banks and Troy Begay were recognized. The students attended a Rotary luncheon at Los Hermanos and had the opportunity to meet local Rotarians. Jenecca Hernandez is a Senior at Superior High School. She is the daughter of Benny and Donnie Hernandez. Hernandez is a cheerleader and worked for the Town of Superior

as a life guard. Hernandez explained that she has already enlisted in the US Army, she will leave for basic training nine days after graduation. She plans to become a Nutrition Care Specialist in the Army. She has four sisters and one brother. Michael Nunez is a Senior at Superior High School. His parents are Mona Nunez and Danny Alvarado. He is a nose guard for the Superior Panther’s Football team and is the lone senior on this years team. Nunez has been attending the Cobre Valley Institute of Technology Nursing Assistant program. He plans to complete his program with CVIT in May when he graduates Superior. He plans to attend Central Arizona College and become an X-Ray Tech after. Danielle Banks is a seventh grader at Superior

Junior High. She is the daughter of Melissa Carillo. She is a member of the Junior High Spiritline. Banks explained that she would like to study to be a doctor, when she graduates from high school. Troy Begay is a seventh grader at Superior Junior High. He is the son of Victoria Campos. Begay is a member of the Junior High Football team. After high school he plans to join to the Army. The Superior Rotary also approved the membership of three new members, Superior Organics, and Mr. and Mrs. John Tameron. The Superior Rotary Club is the oldest established service club in Superior. The Rotary meets every Tuesday for lunch at Los Hermanos. For more information on becoming a Rotarian please contact Roy Chavez at 520827-9133.

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Superior Town Council welcomes new council member to Mila Besich Lira. The audience applauded and cheered in support of the newly elected council member. “I want to thank our community, I am here to serve and I will serve all of you,” said Besich Lira. “It was an overwhelming experience to win this election and ever since I was little I have enjoyed serving my community, whether it was in my school or any type of organization,” imparted Besich Lira. “This experience has allowed me to meet many of our residents from all walks of our community.” “I take this very seriously and I want to do my very best to represent every single one of you, we may not always agree, but I promise to work as hard as I can and will always work hard for our community,” continued Besich Lira. “No matter what position I hold, I look forward to working with all the council members.” An award was presented by Margaret Gaston to Andy Arriola for Wastewater Manager of the Year 2013. New business continued with the discussion and consider-

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ation of approving a contract with Albert Holler & Associates. The accounting company would be contracted to conduct a sales tax audit effective Sept. 15 for the amount of $24,000 per year. Holler said that his company will select audits, perform audits and even attend court if necessary. The motion to approve the contract was made by Besich Lira and seconded by Vice Mayor Lopez, the motion was approved. Ordinance No. 117, an ordinance of the Town of Superior, relating to the privilege license tax; amending the town tax code by increasing the general rate of taxation from 2 percent to 4 percent. The motion to approve Ordinance 117 was made by Lopez and seconded by Council Member Michael Alonzo. The tax increase is in line with the plan that Pat Walker of Walker Consulting suggested for Superior. Council Member John Tameron made the motion to approve the bid from Johnavich for the CDBG Project 140-12, wastewater treatment plant improvements. Besich Lira seconded the motion and it was approved. During the call to the public Aja DeZeeuw thanked the

Kearny Magistrate Judge Dave Orzell administers the oath of office to newly elected Superior Councilwoman Mila Besich Lira. (Nina Crowder photo) town council for all their hard work and asked if the council would consider moving the call to the public to the beginning of the meetings so that people may comment on agenda items before they are voted on. Fred Miramon said, “First I would like to thank Soyla “Kiki” Perlata for her service to our community and now congratulate Mila Besich Lira as our new council member.”

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Superior School District recognizes students By Nina Crowder Superior Sun Recognition and acknowledgements were given to nine Superior students who this summer attended the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Conference in Nashville, Tenn. All nine students that went to the conference received medals. Aliya Perez and Korteney Urquijo received gold medals; Nicole Godinez and Alyssa Barragan received silver medals; Lindsay Duarte and Hunter Flanagan received silver medals; Ashley Barrearas, Christopher Villaverde and Amber Hernandez received gold medals. The Superior School Board congratulated all nine students, noting that the hard work they do is sincerely appreciated. In other news the Superior School Board approved the consent agenda items with no changes or additions. The request for early graduation for student Jilissa Guerra per policy IKFA was approved by the board. The board addressed JICK, Student Violence/ Harassment/Intimidation/ Bullying. The first reading of the policy was discussed and passed. Bullying behavior effects children of all ages. This important issue continues to increasingly effect the number of suicides, school shootings and other acts of violence linked to bullying. This has served as an alarm bell to many adults; something has to change. The Superior School Board is hopeful that the bullying policy now incorporated will help protect our children. There were many other items discussed and approved by the Superior School Board such as the

Policy GCJ, professional staff probationary and continuing status; Policy GCK, professional staff assignments and transfers; and Policy GCO, evaluation of professional staff members. Other items approved include: Proposition 301, classroom site fund; the long term substitute

wage; intergovernmental agreement with Central Arizona College for dual credit; extra curricular addendum contracts and the salary for the High School Principal William Duarte. Summer school 2013 was openly discussed but nothing was passed. The Superior School Board also discussed stipends versus

addendum to contracts again, no action was taken. The Superior School Board decided not to go into executive session at this time. They have many items to discuss in executive session, including but not limited to personnel issues such as curriculum programs, the junior/senior assistant principal, and the

special services supervisor. Other personnel positions to be discussed include the administrative assistant, business manager and the junior high athletic director/ assistant senior high athletic director. These items will be discussed by the board soon. The Superior Unified School District Board’s next regularly scheduled meeting

is Oct. 14, 2013 at 7 p.m. at the John F. Kennedy Elementary Auditorium. Some of the items to be discussed are the Harding School property and playground safety/security. There will be a workshop for the board on Sept. 25, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The public is welcome to attend both meetings.

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By Andrew Luberda Superior Sun The Panthers’ football team faced their second consecutive ranked opponent last week when they battled the visiting Gilbert Christian Knights. The Knights, who are currently ranked fifth by The Arizona Republic and fourth by The East Valley Tribune, defeated a very game Panthers’ team, 76 – 32. The Panthers opened their season against topten ranked Mesa Prep, faced Gilbert Christian last week, and look forward to a match-up on Friday, Sept. 13, 2013, against Joseph City, which was the top-ranked team in some preseason rankings. Despite the difficult schedule the young and raw Panthers have performed well against some top teams and, according to their coach, are looking forward to reap the rewards from the experiences. “We played two top-ten teams in the state and in the first half of both games we were right with them,” Panthers’ head coach Ryan Palmer said after the game. “We have the potential to be a state championship caliber team over the next couple of years.” After a Nicolaus Cruz punt pinned the Knights inside their own 1-yd line, the Panthers defense scored first when Edgar Galindo recovered a Knights’ fumble in the end zone for a touchdown. The 2-point conversion was successful giving the Panthers an early lead, 8 – 0. The Panthers special teams had a difficult time containing the speed of the Knights all night long. The Knights returned the ensuing kickoff to Panthers’ territory and

scored on a 25-yd run. The two-point conversion was good and the score was tied, 8 – 8. The Knights took the lead when they returned a fumble 32 yards for a score. The 2-point conversion attempt failed making the score, 14 – 8. Cruz was a workhorse all night and really kept the Panthers in the game with his speed, elusiveness, and play-making ability. He scored on a 27-yard run and converted the 2-point conversion on a pass completion to Austin Navarrette. The Panthers reclaimed the lead, 16 – 14. “Yeah, pretty exhausted but the team hung around and tried to stay tough,” Cruz answered when asked after the game about his heavy workload. The Knights immediately regained the lead with a kickoff return and began to pull away with a punt return for another score. The Panthers closed the gap when Edgar Galindo returned an errant snap by the Knights 39 yards for his second defensive touchdown of the game. The Panthers trailed at the half, 40 – 24. In the second half the Panthers began to tire and key players such as Michael Nunez were lost due to injury. The Knights took advantage of a tiring defense and injuries to put the game away. The Panthers lone highlight of the second half came from Cruz as he continued making plays. With 3:08 remaining in the game he scampered 12 yards for a touchdown. “He did a great job for us especially for being a freshman,” Coach Palmer said of Cruz. “He plays wise beyond his years and made plays when there


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tough competition in coming weeks were no plays to be made. He found a way to elude and get out of the pocket.” Despite two losses to start the season, the Panthers’ players are not discouraged but they know their team needs to improve in certain areas. “We started off executing good but we broke down,” Cruz said. “We’ll improve

next week.” Coach Palmer said part of the process with such a young team is the players’ need to take care of their bodies. He believes if they learn to take better care of themselves their stamina will improve and injuries can be reduced. “We started to (get tired) in the end,” said junior

Ricardo Ochoa about the performance of the defense. “Next week we’ll get better. Everyone is going to step up.” There is little argument that the Panthers are young and inexperienced, but there can’t be any argument about their talent and reason for optimism looking forward.


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Community leaders hear ADOT plans for Highway 60 expansion By Mila Besich Lira Superior Sun Last week the Arizona Department of Transportation held a public meeting to discuss and share the plans for the upcoming expansion of Highway 60 through Superior. The project has been on the drawing board for at least a decade and this past Summer community leaders,

business owners and residents lobbied the State Transportation Board to keep the project on the drawing board. The $45 million dollar project was slated for the chopping block due to declining transportation revenues. In June the State Transportation Board met and voted to keep the US 60 expansion project on the transportation plan.

ADOT officials explained at the meeting that construction of the four lanes from the Arboretum through Superior will begin in July 2014. Initially residents will not see much construction. The first months of the project will be used for contract bidding and scoping. Actual construction will begin in December of 2014.

Several business owners and community advocates commented on ADOT’s plans to add a raised median between the lanes. Business owners on the highway expressed concern that the medians will restrict access to their businesses and will force visitors to just keep going if the business they wanted to patronize is on the other side of the street.

A potential plan to build a new Circle K where the current RV Park is located has several others concerned about the limited availability to make left hand turns. The current plans presented by ADOT will force right turns only at Belmont and local drivers will not be able to cross the highway at Belmont. The only streets where residents

will be able to cross the highway or turn both left and right will be Church St. and Western Ave. ADOT officials contend that the raised medians wont hurt local business, and will help to create safe access to the business. You can learn more about the ADOT US 60 Expansion on the ADOT website at: http://bit. ly/18QQIYw.

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Pastor’s Corner – Choices By Rev. Dennis Van Gorp Family Life Christian Center Jonah 1:10, “Terrified, they asked, ‘What have you done?’  They knew that he was running away from the LORD, because he had already told them so.” This interesting verse lets us know that our disobedience will affect others, not just ourselves.  In Jonah’s case, it affected the crew of the ship he had chosen for his trip away from the Lord.  They could have died or been injured because of him. Our actions touch not only ourselves, but also our family, our friends and

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SUPERIOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Superior Historical Society /Bob Jones Museum is now open for their open season of September – May. The hours are on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 12 noon – 3 pm. Being open will depend on volunteer availability as well as being open or other Town events during the year. Stop by for a visit. ADMISSION PRICES FOR SUPERIOR JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Admission prices for Superior Jr/Sr High School Sports, High School Varsity/JV games are $5 or adults and $3 for students and seniors who are 55 years of age or over; for High School games, $4 for adults, $3 for students and senior citizens.

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St. Joseph’s Parish is set for September 28th, beginning with a 4 p.m. Mass with Bishop Kicanas, followed by dinner at the Hayden Golf Course. There will be free food, drinks, entertainment & fun for the kids. 300 Mountain View Dr., Hayden

SUPERIOR FIESTAS PATRIAS Those wanting to donate red, white, and green flowers to the Fiestas Patrias Queen Candidates’ float should call Marcella Garcia at 480-550-1578 or the St. Francis Church office at 520-689-2250. Another options is taking the flowers directly to Marcella or the church office. BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT The Gators softball team will be hosting a four-person scramble golf tournament at the Saddlebrooke Ranch Golf Course. Fee is $65, $55 for early registration, including green fees, lunch and raffle tickets. For more information or to register check online at www.biggesttournament.com , call Dan Marquez at 520-425-1371 or Derek Knowles at 520-631-5935 or email gatorsoftball25@gmail.com.

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VALERIE FRIAS SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT The Valerie Frias Memorial Softball Tournament will be held Sat., Sept. 21, at Heritage Park in Florence, This is a men’s softball tournament, first game starts at 8am and is double elimination. There will be a maximum of 16 teams, registration is $200 per team, and deadline to register, with entry fee, is September 14. Contact Brian Campos at 480-208-0594 or Robert Frias Jr. at 520-208-1346 to register with entry fee. Concession food, snacks and drinks will also be sold, along with raffles for numerous items. Please come out and join us all in memory of our sweet little angel Valerie Frias!

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CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT Parents of the Senior Class will be hosting a Cornhole Tournament at the Los Hermanos Ballroom on Sat., Sept. 28, starting at 2 pm. Registration is at 1 pm. Cost is $15 per player. 1St - 3rd place prizes will be awarded. There will also be raffles, food and drinks. All proceeds will be donated to the Senior Class. For more information contact Tabby Villaverde at 480-734-1594 or Virginia Alonzo at 520-t689-9142.

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CCC YARD SALE Mark your calendar to attend the huge Chamber of Commerce Community Yard Sale, on Sat., Sept. 28, from 7 am until people stop coming. The location will be on Main St., in Supeior, in front of Dalton Realty, 629 Hwy. 60. There will be loads of items from Smokey’s Hardware on Main st. and many families will be donating or selling items. To donate items please call Tina at 827-0177 or Deb at 827-5558. No clothing please.

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LCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) will now be meeting in Kearny, every Thursday, 6:30 p.m., at Ray Hall at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Kearny, starting June 20. If you or a loved one would like more information, please call Bob J. at 520-464-2156. uesday and ThursdaysAttend Zumba classes with Ericka Real Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. at the Kennedy Elementary Multipurpose Room behind the front building. Class is free, but donations are welcome. Call 520-827-1163 for more information. uesday Superior Arboretum Residents Association BINGO will be held Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at 199 West Gray Drive.

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uperior Senior Center located at 360 West Main Street, Superior, offers meals in the center for a suggested donation of $2 for persons 60 or older, or those who have a disability. The price of a meal for those under 60 is $4. The meals are served at noon. If anyone needs transportation to or from the center, the suggested donation is $1 for those 60 or older. The price is $1 mandatory for those under 60. We ask that you call by 7:30 a.m. to ensure that your ride is provided for you and to verify your location. If you have any questions regarding the Senior Center and services, please call 520-689-5182.

Visit our online calendar: http://bit.ly/16EHtwp To add an item to the community calendar please submit information to cbnsun@minersunbasin.com or call 520-363-5554. Listings are free, however, the SUN reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions.


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Council Continued from Page 4 transition from a candidate to an elected official is the first of your many challenges here in the town of Superior,” continued Miramon. “The qualities it took to be a campaign member are much different from those required to be an elected official, the focus is on you.” Miramon also commented, “Your focus on making the governing body better, in turn will make you a more effective member of our council.” He

Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona reminded her that it is up to her and the governing body to weigh the issues, values and perspectives of the community. “Work as a team when dealing with issues on public policy, fulfill what interests require that another interest be denied or temporarily set aside,” he said. “There is no one public interest but many public interests,” imparted Miramon. “As a resident I am asking you, new council member to have a balancing public interest, it is critical because it promotes the public trust, which is the foundation for everything you do

Superior Church Directory PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF SUPERIOR

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

SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH

SUPERIOR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

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

PASTOR BART MUELLER 689-5751, Please leave a

SUPERIOR HARVEST CHURCH

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

921 Belmont Street message

Where everybody is somebody and Christ is everything!

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

The Potter’s House of Superior

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

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

Family Life Christian Center

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

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

in local government,” he said. “Without it citizens would not give the consent needed for your governing body to be and achieve,” said Miramon. “Please demonstrate and have that passion to be the best steward in our community.” The mayor and council mem-

Public Notice

Scoping Meetings Proposed Tailings Storage Facility Ray Mine – Pinal County, Arizona The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District (“Corps”) is hosting two public open house scoping meetings regarding a proposed tailings storage facility that Asarco LLC (“Asarco”) is proposing for the Ray Mine in Pinal County. These meetings will be held on Tuesday evening, September 24, 2013 at the Ray Elementary School cafeteria from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and on Wednesday evening and on September 25, 2013 in the Performing Arts Center at the Apache Junction High School in Apache Junction, Arizona from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. The Corps will provide a presentation each evening starting at 7:00 PM. To comply with Corps’ regulations associated with Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, Asarco has submitted an application to the Corps for the proposed tailings storage facility. Because the proposed tailings storage facility will directly impact waters of the U.S., the Corps has decided to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The Corps is seeking public comment on Asarco’s plans to construct and operate the proposed tailings storage facility that would impact Ripsey Wash and other ephemeral drainages that are tributary to the Gila River. Asarco has stated that this facility is required to support continued long-term copper mining activities at the Ray Mine. Tailings from the Ray Mine concentrator would be transported via a new tailings pipeline that would cross the Gila River near the current Florence-Kelvin highway bridge. Water would be recycled back to the Ray Mine concentrator from the proposed tailings storage facility. The proposed facility is designed to store approximately 750 million tons of tailings and would have a facility footprint of approximately 2,129 acres once completed. The two public open house meetings will allow interested parties to learn more about Asarco’s plans, the Corps’ regulatory obligations under its 404 permit process, and the plans and schedule for completion of an EIS for the proposed project. The Corps is soliciting public comment on the issues and concerns that should be examined in the forthcoming EIS and requests that any comments on that proposal be submitted in writing to Michael Langley, Senior Project Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District – Arizona Regulatory Branch, 3636 North Central Avenue, Suite 900, Phoenix, Arizona 850121939 or via email at michael.w.langley@ usace.army.mil. The Corps requests that commenters include their full name, physical address and the project title “Ray Mine Tailings Storage Facility Project” with any comments. The official EIS scoping period closes on Monday, October 28, 2013. Comments should be postmarked or emailed by the close of that date. Michael Langley, the Corps’ project manager, is available to answer questions about the proposed project and the EIS scoping process, including these two public open house scoping meetings, at telephone number 602-2306953. Information for the proposed tailings storage facility is available on the Corps’ website at http://www.spl.usace.army.mil/ Missions/Regulatory/ProjectsPrograms. aspx or contact Michael Langley at the Corps at the aforementioned address and telephone number. MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 9/4/13, 9/11/13, 9/18/13

bers convened into executive session again. Upon their return the motion by Estatico was made to approve the contract with MSG Consulting. It was then seconded by Besich Lira and approved. The approval of listing town owned properties for public bid was directed to the staff. They have been directed to seek values for the properties and report to the council at the next meeting. Mayor Valenzuela would like to encourage all members of the community to attend the town council meetings. The next town council meeting is scheduled for Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. For additional information please feel free to visit the Superior town’s website at www.superior-arizona.com.

Public Notice

Filed on 8/26/2013 3:49:11 PM IN THE SUPERIOR COURT PINAL COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA 8:54 a.m. Hearing starts 9:03 a.m. Hearing ends Date: 08/26/2013 THE HON BRENDA E.OLDHAM, Courtroom: 4B CHAD A ROCHE, CLERK Coutt Reporter Jacquelyn Allen By Deputy Clerk: Julie Casady IN THE MATTER OF: ALEXA MAREZ, A person under the age of 18 years ) S1100SV201300045 MINUTE ENTRY ACTION: SETTING FINAL HEARING ON PETITION FOR TERMINATION OF PARENT/CHILD RELATIONSHIP PRESENT: Petitioner, Reanna Marez Baldonado, appearing in propria persona. Respondent, Morris Baca, not appearing, neither in person nor by counsel. Respective Adoptive Father, Anthony Baldonado. The Court announces that this is the time set for a Hearing on Petition for Termination of Parent/child Relationship. Petitioner, Reanna MarezBaldonado is sworn by the Court. The Court FINDS that the Indian Child Welfare Act does not apply. Petitioner advises the Court that Respondent is not listed on minor child’s Birth Certificate; however, paternity of minor child was established by Navajo County in 2003 by a DNA test. Petitioner further advises that Respondent has yet to be served as Petitioner is unable to find Respondent’s whereabouts. Based on Petitioner’s sworn statements this date in Open Court. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED authorizing Petitioner service upon Respondent by publication; Petitioner shall publish in a Navajo County and Pinal County periodical for four (4) consecutive weeks. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED appointing Stacey Heard as Guardian Ad Litem for the minor child in lieu of a social study in this matter. FURTHER ORDERED setting the above entitled matter for FINAL HEARING on Petition for Termination of Parent/Child Relationship on Monday, October 21, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. before the Honorable Craig A. Raymond, Commissioner – JPT. The Court advises Petitioner that minor child must be present at the above set hearing as the minor child is substantive testimony shall be taken. The Court further advises Petitioner to bring Navajo County documentation as to establishing paternity of minor and certified copies of the Termination of Parental Rights of Respondent’s other minor children. THE RECORD MAY SHOW no substantive testimony was taken this date. Mailed/ distributed copy: 08/26/13 REANNA MAREZ BALDONADO 4583 W. CRESCENT ROAD SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85142 Office Distribution: GAL/STACEY HEARD COURT APPOINTMENTS JUDGE/ RAYMOND SUN Legal 9/11/13, 9/18/13, 9/25/13, 10/2/13

September 11, 2013

Anti-Drug Poster Contest opens Florence – Pinal County Attorney’s Lando Voyles proudly announces the kick-off of the 23 rd Annual Pinal County Attorney’s Office 2014 Anti-Drug Poster Contest. The 2014 Anti-Drug Poster Contest is designed to educate and engage Pinal’s youth on the importance of remaining drug free now and throughout their lives and is open to all 6th Grade students in Pinal County. Of the top 60 submissions, which will receive name recognition on the calendar, six judges will determine the top nine and those nine students will be treated to a pizza party with County Attorney Voyles! From the top nine chosen, judges will then decide the Grand Prize Winner, T-shirt winner and Bookmark winner. What prizes are at stake? The Pinal County Attorney’s Office will provide the Grand Prize winner’s class with a field trip!! Another

Public Notice

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: Barker Hospitality, LLC L-1865456-1 II. The address of the known place of business is: 1408 W. Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85120 III. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: 726 Pebble St. Gilbert, AZ 85234 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Debra J. Wiedenbauer 480-586-8718 726 North Pebble St., Gilbert, AZ 85234 member Kendra A. Theismann 2395 N. Cortez Rd., Apache Jct, AZ 85119 member SUN Legal 8/28/13, 9/4/13, 9/11/13

Public Notice

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: AZ Home Seekers, LLC L-1857048-3 II The address of the registered office is: 789 W Corriente Ct, San Tan Valley AZ 85143 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Steven A Kaiblinger, CPA 565 W Chandler Blvd #114, Chandler AZ 85225 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: Deborah Lemmon, Member/Manager 789 W Corriente Ct, San Tan Valley AZ 85143 SUN Legal 8/28/13, 9/4/13, 9/11/13

student’s poster will be printed on T-shirts and another student’s put on Bookmarks, both of which will be given to each participating student and distributed throughout Pinal County! Finally, along with the Grand Prize, the T-Shirt, and the Bookmark Winners’ Posters will be an additional 6 posters chosen to be recognized all year as they will be featured on the 2014 Pinal County Attorney’s Office AntiDrug Calendar!! Principals should have received general information on the contest in the mail this week or last and additional information regarding the contest will be sent to Pinal schools in the coming weeks. 6th Grade teachers already aware of the contest and who are interested in participating are encouraged to contact the Pinal County Attorney’s Office in order to receive guidelines and the supplies required to participate. All posters are due to the Pinal County Attorney’s Office by 5 pm on September 27. No exceptions. Pinal County Attorney Voyles said, “Promoting drug prevention and education in a fun and rewarding manner engages our youth. With students working with parents and teachers to complete posters, we hope they take the time to talk with their children about the risks and negative effects of drug use. This poster contest lends itself to many educational opportunities and I proudly continue this 23 year old tradition in this County.” For more information on the 2014 Pinal County Attorney’s Anti-Drug Poster Contest, please contact Deborrah Miller at Deborrah.Miller@ pinalcountyaz.gov


September 11, 2013 In Memoriam

In Memory RIDE-ON

PAUL LOPEZ F O R E VE R

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Ten long years ago, September 9, 2003, you were TAKEN from us. We Don’t Forget! Justice will be done! We will Always Love You! Thanks again, Brothers and Sisters for your support! Love from Dad, Mom, Your Kids, Brother Cisco and Grandparents Only the Good Ride • On • FOREVER!

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20. Help Wanted Ray Unified School District #3 Position Announcement Job Title: Custodian Location: Elementary/Part Time Supervisor: Building Principal Requirements: U.S. Citizenship, H.S. Diploma or G.E.D. and knowledge of custodial work procedures, equipment and chemicals. Summary: Perform custodial duties as directed.

Applications can be picked up from Karla Luedke at the District Office Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

TOWN OF SUPERIOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Accounts Payable Clerk Pay Scale: $15.00ph Hours: Full Time, 40 hours per week Opening Date: August 28, 2013 Closing Date: September 11, 2013 General Responsibilities: Prepare bi-weekly payroll, maintain insurance billings and ensure accurate payments, respond to employee inquiries regarding paychecks and payroll procedures, timesheets, insurance and benefits, perform data entry of weekly accounts payable invoices, manage purchase order process, provide reports for department heads and Town Council meetings, prepare monthly, quarterly, annual and periodic payroll and other related reports, reconcile bank statements and assist with financial audits. Provides backup assistance to Front Office Administrative Aide; answers incoming telephone calls, documents sewer payments and adjustments, and responds to public inquiries. Bi-lingual a plus to communicate with Spanish speaking customers. Associate’s Degree in Accounting or a related field and one (1) year payroll experience, or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Must possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License. Full Job Description Duties, Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities, and Education, Experience and Certifications are available at the Superior Town Hall Front Desk, 199 N. Lobb Ave., Superior, AZ 85173. Town Hall is open Monday – Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Equal Opportunity Employer

20. Help Wanted

Find your next job in the classified! Superior Unified School District is seeking a full time, special education teacher. Must be Highly Qualified in Special Education, possess a current Arizona Teaching Certificate as well as a current Arizona DPS IVP Fingerprint Card. Applications available at the District Office, 1500 Sunset Drive, Superior, Az or online at www. superior.k12. az.us . For more information contact Maria Munoz, Special Services Coordinator at (520) 689-3105. SUSD is an equal opportunity employer. SUSD es un empleador que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades.

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