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just want to register my repeated unhappiness with the decisions of our Anthem Council. The west side already has business activity thanks to the outlets, Walmart, the hotel and many more. The east side of Anthem businesses need help and need a magnet—as Goodwill would be. [See “No Goodwill at Old Ace” In&Out, Thursday, Oct. 11, available at] Yes, people use cars to get places, don’t they? And, business thrives in high-traffic areas. How does Council think this process works? Goodwill thought highly enough of Anthem to want to open a store here, but no. The new store is opening at 14202 N. Scottsdale Road, near Kierland Commons—and I will be there to support

it. As a collector of English bone china, sterling flatware…and figurine collectibles, Goodwill [is one of] my sources for rare pieces. Goodwill and eBay are among the world’s largest retailers of vintage and antique items. Goodwill obtains many donations of excellent quality products from the manufacturers. Private individuals also donate to this great cause. After six years in Anthem, we are still disappointed with decisions made by Council. Since residents have no voting privileges, we are left powerless. We resent that, in the end, one or two people seem to decide everything.

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recently started a new business and, of course, that was the moment my printer decided to quit working. I was overwhelmed and I mentioned this to Mike at Cartridge Solutions on Anthem Way when I was in his store buying new ink. Mike offered to help me fix my printer free of charge—and spent two weeks doing so. I had several occasions where I needed things printed in the meantime and he was always happy to help me and refused any type of payment saying, “We’re neighbors in Anthem… That is just what we do for each other.” I was extremely grateful for his help and so thankful for his kindness. I will never forget when I said I was hoping for the best in my new business endeavors and he said, “You will succeed. Hard workers never fail.” It has stuck with me as I pursue my dreams. I wanted to say “thank you” to Mike in a big way. Thank goodness for hard working and kind Anthem neighbors! Gotta love Anthem.

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IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD For more information and full calendar of events, visit



Walk-Up Computer Assistance 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy Phoenix 602-652-3000

Stop by to learn basic computer skills or explore career-related topics. Computer assistance sessions, GED information and individual topics concerning the use of a computer provided.

Fish Tales Toastmasters Meeting Noon Arizona Game & Fish Department 5000 W Carefree Hwy Phoenix 623-236-7404

Toastmasters International, a nonprofit organization, offers a proven way to practice and hone communication and leadership skills. Participants fill a meeting role, ranging from giving a prepared speech or an impromptu one to serving as timer, evaluator or grammarian. There is no instructor; instead, each speech and meeting is critiqued by a member focusing on what was done right and what could be improved. Fish Tales Toastmasters serves the communities of Anthem, Tramonto and New River.

Anthem Neighborhood Watch Meeting 1 p.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N Freedom Way, Phoenix

Come out and meet with other neighbors and law enforcers who are helping to keep our community safe from crime.


Preschool Storytime

10 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

Stories, songs and activities for the little guys, 3-5. Limited seating, come early. Story Time Room.


Diamond Canyon: Fall Book Fair Diamond Canyon School 40004 N Liberty Bell Way, Phoenix 623-445-8000



Rotary Club

7:15 a.m.–8:30 a.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr, Anthem 623-225-6342

At Ironwood Country Club.

Daisy Mountain Rock and Mineral Club

7 p.m.–9 p.m. St. Rose Philippine Duchesne 2825 W Rose Canyon Cir, Phoenix 623-444-4634

Rock hounding group brings speakers and goes on field trips holds discussions and, of course, hosts show-and-tell.

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Diamond Canyon: Fall Book Fair Diamond Canyon School 40004 N Liberty Bell Way, Phoenix 623-445-8000


Celebrate Recovery 11:30 a.m. Koina Cafe 42201 N 41st Dr Phoenix 623-466-7964 Free

Support for individuals struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups. Covers a wide range of issues including anger, chemical dependency, codependency, eating disorders, pornography and sexual addiction.




9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library Meeting Room 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

Used Book Sale

Used Book Sale

In the Meeting Room. Choose from hundreds of quality used books, audio books, CDs, DVDs and more for all ages and on every imaginable subject. Low prices and open to the public. Proceeds benefit the Friends of the North Valley Regional Library.

[See Friday’s listing.]

DINING Friday Night Live Happy Hour 4 p.m.–9 p.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr, Anthem 480-409-4817

Happy hour specials and complimentary appetizers. Live entertainment 6-9 p.m. For Country Club residents.

Live Music

7 p.m. The Station 46202 N Black Canyon Hwy New River, 623-465-7290 No cover

Really, you’ve never heard of the Flying Pig Band? Check out their live country and classic rock repertoire. Friday fish fry.

ENTERTAINMENT ‘The Wizard of Oz’

7 p.m. Safeway Center 3655 W Anthem Way #119, Anthem $12-$15

Click your heels and join Scarecrow, Tin Man, Lion, Dorothy and her little dog Toto, on their adventure through the magical land of Oz. Bring the family—but watch out for that witch.


Market on the Move

8 a.m.–1 p.m. St. Rose Philippine Duchesne 2825 W Rose Canyon Circle, Phoenix 623-640-4961 $10

A rescue of more than 30 million pounds of fresh produce from being dumped in the landfill every year in Arizona. MOM provides a Farmer’s Market atmosphere where a $10 donation will get a family 60 pounds of produce.

Prime Rib Night

5 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr, Anthem 480-409-4817

Dinner includes 10 oz., 14 oz. or 18 oz. prime rib, chef’s choice of potato and fresh vegetables. Wine specials available and live entertainment. At Persimmon for Country Club residents.


Rebels and Redcoats Revolutionary War Re-enactment 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Pioneer Living History Village 3901 W Pioneer Rd, Phoenix 623-465-1052

Arizona’s largest historical re-enactment and encampments commemorating the American Revolution. More than 50 re-enactors will engage in historically accurate battles and demonstrate camp NOVEMBER 1, 2012 |


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EASY ACCESS TO OZ. Starlight Community Theater magically transports its audience from the Safeway plaza to the other side of the rainbow in hopes of making wishes come true. The show begins Friday. life of the period.

‘The Wizard of Oz’

2 p.m. & 7 p.m. Anthem Marketplace 3655 W Anthem Way #119, Anthem $12-$15

[See Friday’s listing.]

‘America the Beautiful: Heritage and Heroes’

7:30 p.m. Boulder Creek High School 40404 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 623-889-7144 $20/Preferred seating; $5-$15/Regular seating

ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra launches its 10th season with a patriotic collection of American favorites including lively folk songs, spirituals, ballads, American poetry put to music and patriotic songs including a tribute to our Armed Forces. The orchestra will perform works by American composers including ‘Fanfare to the Common Man’ by Aaron Copeland and ‘Olympic Fanfare and Theme’ and ‘Hymn to the Fallen’ by John Williams. The Northwest Valley Firefighters Honor Guard will participate in both performances. Dr. Stich will present an informative and 10 |


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entertaining pre-concert conductor’s talk included in the price of preferred seating tickets. Purchase tickets online or at Deer Valley Credit Union or Andrew Z Jewelers in Anthem.

HEALTH dTERRA Essential Oils Seminar 2 p.m.–4 p.m. St. Rose Philippine Duchesne 2825 W Rose Canyon Circle, Phoenix 623-551-2653 Free

Learn about the health benefits of CPTG Essential Oils that claim to be safe for family and pets. No chemicals, contaminants and synthetics.



Used Book Sale

1 p.m.–4:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

[See Thursday’s listing.]

ENTERTAINMENT ClubCorp Charity Classic

8 a.m.–4 p.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr, Anthem 623-742-6205

Golf, tennis, food and fun. Everyone welcome. Hosted by Anthem Golf & Country Club to benefit Network of Anthem Area Assistance Providers (NAAAP), MDA’s Augie’s Quest and the Employee Partners Care Foundation. Tennis tournament 10 a.m. Golf tournament at Ironwood 5:30-9 p.m. Silent auction, live concert and dinner at Ironwood following tournament.

Rebels and Redcoats Revolutionary War Re-enactment 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Pioneer Living History Village 3901 W Pioneer Rd, Phoenix 623-465-1052

Arizona’s largest historical re-enactment and encampments commemorating the American Revolution. More than 50 re-enactors will engage in historically accurate battles and demonstrate camp life of the period.

‘The Wizard of Oz’

2 p.m. Safeway Center 3655 W Anthem Way #119, Anthem $12-$15

[See Thursday’s listing.]



Holiday Shopping Online

10 a.m.–11:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

Get ready for holiday shopping. Explore safe, secure cost savings with your favorite brands to customize this season’s shopping list.

Walk-Up Computer Assistance 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy Phoenix 602-652-3000

Stop by to learn basic computer skills or explore career-related topics. Computer assistance sessions, GED information and individual topics concerning the use of a computer provided.

Made by Hand

1 p.m.–4:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

A gathering place for those who knit, crochet, tat, macrame or work with fiber. Bring your projects, books, patterns, accomplishments and knowledge to share with others. Learn something new about your own craft or pick up another craft (or stitch) that has piqued your interest.


Monday Night Football

5 p.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr, Anthem 480-409-4817

Bar food and drinks specials as you watch the game. At Ironwood. For Country Club residents.


International Film Series

6 p.m. North Valley Regional Library Meeting Room 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

time that introduces your baby to language, music and movement. Lap bounces, finger plays and the simplest of stories build a foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading. Program is best suited for babies who are not yet walking. Thirty minutes of playtime and social time will follow the program. Story Time Room.

Baby Time for Walkers

10:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy Phoenix 602-652-3000

Ages 12-14 months. Learning experience for babies and caregiver. Parents and grandparents are welcome to enjoy stories, songs, finger plays and other activities. Program is best suited to babies who are walking. Thirty minutes of playtime and social time will follow the program. Story Time Room.


7 a.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N Freedom Way, Phoenix 623-551-0523 Free

Business networking group in Anthem looking to grow businesses.


Daisy Mountain Tea Party Meeting 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Hampton Inn 42415 N 41st Dr, Anthem 623-465-7979

Promoting conservative principles.


Social Media Savvy: Forming Your Own Personalized Social Media Strategy 6 p.m.–7:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

Watch a foreign film then snack and discuss. Registration required.

Get with it. Learn how to connect with the younger generation and colleagues of all ages in the social media universe.



Baby Time for Crawlers 9:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy Phoenix 602-652-3000

Birth-12 months. Baby Time is a story

AA Women’s Meeting

5:30 p.m. Desert View Bible Church 105 W Carefree Hwy, Phoenix 602-697-4047 Free


Time for Twos

9:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

Interactive stories, songs, rhymes and activities that encourage their emerging language, listening and social skills. No registration needed. Limited seating. First-come/first-served. Story Time Room. For 2-year-olds (24-36 months) with a favorite adult.



Business Network at Anthem 7 a.m. Hampton Inn 42415 N 41st Dr, Anthem 623-465-7979

Visitors welcome.


It’s a Mobile World Out There

10 a.m.–11:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix 602-652-3000

Today’s mobile traveler uses immediate information on deals and pricing. Discover how to tap into this resource for your holiday vacation plans.


Crush Party Wine Event

6 p.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr, Anthem 623-742-6222 $50

An evening of great wine, food, dancing and friends featuring a harvest buffet. Reservations are required. A 48-hour cancellation policy will apply to events that require reservations. At Persimmon Clubhouse. For Country Club residents.


Kids Play

10 a.m. Outlets at Anthem 4250 W Anthem Way, Phoenix 623-465-9500 Free

Activities for younger children. Snack included. Parent participation required.


Caurus: No School

Caurus Academy 41900 N 42nd Ave, Phoenix 623-551-5083

Ridgeline: Early Release

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Ian McFeron, compared to Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams and David Gray, creates his own blend of roots-oriented American music. A fully independent artist, McFeron has shared the stage with Patty Griffin, Nanci Griffith, Shawn Mullins, Brandi Carlile, Mike Doughty, Sister Hazel and Amos Lee. McFeron (vocals, guitars, piano) is joined by Alisa Milner, a Texasstyle fiddler, cellist and support vocalist.


‘The Little Mermaid Jr.’ 7 p.m. Spotlight Youth Theatre 10620 N 43rd Ave, Glendale 602-843-8318 $12.50

Disney musical in a magical kingdom beneath the sea where a young mermaid named Ariel longs to leave her ocean home and live in the world above.

Vladimir Pleshakov, Elena Winther, and the Czar’s Piano 7:30 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix 480-478-6000 $27.50-$42.50

Vladimir Pleshakov and Elena Winther, husband and wife pianists, have been hailed as ‘European heirs to the great Russian pianistic tradition. Conveying the history, drama and passion of the great romantic composers, the Pleshakovs play their own historic pianos including a 1826 Tischner Grand Fortepiano, one of only three known to exist.

Alanis Morissette sings at Comerica Thursday.



6 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix 480-478-6000 Free, no museum admission required

Carlos Prieto, one of the most respected cellists in the world, regularly premiers works composed especially for him by Latin American, North American and European composers. With more than 90 recorded compositions, including the complete Bach suites and works by Beethoven, Shostakovich, SaintSans, Boccherini, Faur, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Kodaly, Bruch, Martin and others, this concert includes the presentation of Prieto’s book, The Adventures of a Cello, translated from Spanish into English, Russian and Portuguese.

‘Defending the Caveman’ 7:30 p.m. Phoenix Theatre 100 E McDowell Rd, Phoenix 602-258-1974 $25-$70

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perspective on topics from love to sex to food.

‘The Pajama Game’

8 p.m. Herberger Theater Center 222 E Monroe St, Phoenix 602-252-8497 $31-$47

A world-class string quartet has hit a bad note. The musical genius of the group has gone off his meds and his behavior has become erratic. The group fired him and is interviewing for his replacement. They take a chance on a gifted but inexperienced young woman. With The perils of workplace romance are only a few days to rehearse a grueling explored to humorous heights when masterpiece, the four struggle to prepare sparks fly between the new factory superintendent and the leader of the union their highest-profile performance ever a grievance committee in a pajama factory. televised ceremony at the White House. Includes songs like Hey There, Steam Heat The rehearsal room becomes a pressurecooker as passions rise, personalities and Hernando’s Hideaway. Also includes clash and the players are forced to a comic dream ballet. (Desert Foothills confront the ephemeral nature of their Theater.) life’s work. 7:30 p.m. Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center 33606 N 60th St, Scottsdale 480-488-1981 $15-$30

Alanis Morissette

7:30 p.m. Comerica Theatre 400 W Washington St, Phoenix 602-379-2888 $45-$55



Ian McFeron and Alisa Milner 7:30 p.m. Cave Creek Coffee Company 6033 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek 480-488-0603


‘The Little Red Hen’

10 a.m. Great Arizona Puppet Theater 302 W Latham St, Phoenix 602-262-2050 $5-$8

The Little Red Hen needs help turning wheat into bread. This sing-along show invites audience participation while sharing a message about cooperation.



Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix Art Museum and Children’s Museum of Phoenix Free

Free admission for Bank of America and Merrill Lynch cardholders. Present photo ID and credit/debit card at museum. One free admission per cardholder.

Wild West Days

Platinum-selling musician, Rodney Atkins will perform his No. 1 smash hit ‘Take A Back Road,’ his current single ‘Just Wanna Rock N Roll’ and other popular songs.


Horses, Gold and Critters 8 a.m.–noon Cave Creek Regional Park 37019 N Lava Ln Cave Creek 623-742-6700 $6/Vehicle plus program fee

Pull your boots on for Cave Creek Trailrides for a hands-on “Old West” experience. Three exploration stations. Station 1: Intro to the world of horses from anatomy and feeding to cost of ownership and tack. There’s something for everyone from the oldest to the youngest cowboy and cowgirl Station 2: Basic riding instruction and meet your horse for a scenic trail ride during Wild West Days, so get ready for through Cave Creek Regional Park. Station some Western-style family fun at this four-day celebration. Numerous events at 3: Get familiar with the unique critters of the Sonoran Desert and try your hand at various times/dates. [Visit gold panning. Geared towards girl scouts for more.] (grades 4-5) earning a Horse Rider or Fan Badge. Registration is required. Wickenburg Tour of Homes Downtown Cave Creek, Cave Creek 480-437-1196 Free to attend

9 a.m.–4 p.m. Wickenburg Area Homes $25

Tour several unique homes in the area. Includes admission to Desert Caballeros Museum and Holiday Market at the Wickenburg Community Center. Muffins and coffee served in the morning. Lunch available for purchase. Purchase tickets online.

Serb Fest 2012

11 a.m.–10 p.m. Saint Sava Serbian Orthodox Church 4436 E McKinley St, Phoenix 602-275-7360 $2

Homemade Serbian cuisine and pastries all day. Live music and folklore performances. Religious, cultural and ethnic items for sale. Church tours and kid’s zone. Portion of the proceeds benefits Child Crisis Center.

La Gran Fiesta

Noon–9 p.m. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 7380 E 2nd St, Scottsdale 480-994-ARTS, Ext. 2 Free

La Gran Fiesta incorporates the rich artistry of neighboring Mexico to the cultural vibrancy of the Caribbean and South America. Performances by Arizona’s top Latin bands, fun activities for children and families, an arts-and-crafts Mercado, educational exhibits and more.

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7 & 10:30 p.m. Comerica Theatre 400 W Washington St, Phoenix 602-379-2888 $46.50-$122

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9 p.m. Harold’s Cave Creek Corral 6895 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek 480-488-1906 $15-$50


Saturday Concert Series: Casey Hurt and Friends

6 p.m.–8 p.m. Paradise Valley Community College 18401 N 32nd St Paradise Valley 602-787-6500 Free

Indie acoustic music. Bring a blanket or chair. Concessions available.


ENTERTAINMENT Stand-up Comedy 9 p.m. FilmBar 815 N 2nd St Phoenix 602-595-9187 $3

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Join naturalist Frank Meyerholtz at the visitor center and learn about hiking around the lake. Stretch your legs on a scenic short hike on Roadrunner Trail afterwards. Frank will be leading hikes on the hour until noon.


Eddie Vedder in Concert

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Archery 101

9 a.m.–11 a.m. Cave Creek Regional Park 37019 N Lava Ln, Cave Creek $6/Vehicle

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9 a.m. Deer Valley Rock Art Center 3711 W Deer Valley Rd, Phoenix 623-582-8007 Free with admission

Join educator Jo Brookshier for a morning walk along the Center’s trail and learn about the Sonoran Desert birds that make this nature preserve their home. Reservations required.

Ivory and Gold

7 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix 480-478-6000 $24.50-$29.50

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School Board Candidates

Four candidates vying for three seats on the Deer Valley Unified School District Board in the N and veteran Greg Gregoire (who served in 2005-2010 under the name Michael Gregoire) challe

What qualifies you as the best candidate for the school board? Greg Gregoire

“As business owner, I bring to the table the qualities of managing a budget that is efficient and effective and can compete with the challenge that charter and private schools bring. As a software developer, I have a keener insight as to what technology will be the most engaging and durable in our classrooms.”

Marc Kuffner

“Understanding each district is different, I will be able to understand the issues facing DVUSD and help put our teachers and administrators in a position to solve these tough challenges. As an expert on Arizona’s school finances, I will employ my knowledge, skills and experiences to ensure fiscal prudence and a return on investment, evidenced by increased academic progress and achievement. We have to manage our budget based on measured results with academic accountability to the student and financial accountability to taxpayers and our community.”

Ann E. Ordway

“In the four years that I’ve served, I’ve served the first two years as vice president, and last two I have been president. I have a good handle on facilitating and listening. I believe my best qualities are that I am a data-driven decision maker, actively involved in all aspects of the school district and have a good sense of situational awareness within all regions of the district. My purpose for seeking a second term is because I truly enjoy being a servant leader of an organization that is student centered.”

51, Anthem Business owner, software developer Children Four; two at Boulder Creek High School and one at Anthem School Served one term on the Board (2005–2010) 42, Anthem Assistant Superintendent for Economic Management, Maricopa County Education Service Agency Children Three at Gavilan Peak School

54, New River Board President seeking second term Domestic Engineer Children Two at Boulder Creek High School Served one term on the Board

Ron Bayer

Incumbent, seeking re-election for third term. Bayer did not respond to multiple attempts to reach him for this story.

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NOTE: Alexis Christensen withdrew from the race

Touch on Top Issues

Nov. 6 election identify the issues as they see them. Newcomer Mark Kuffner enge incumbents Ann Ordway and Ron Bayer. Terms are four years.

What are the biggest issues facing the district? How will you address them?

What about the capital override?

“The biggest issues are addressing the dropout rate and the financial budgets. The legislature has slashed (the already lowest per child of any state) school budgets even further these last few years. We must find the most efficient ways to spend what we got, measuring every dollar with how it effects the classroom.”

“The state legislature has broken its promise to schools by extinguishing all funding for renewal and infrastructure. The last few years, school budgets have been at zero for these items. It’s only through the continued support of the local taxpayers who appreciate good education, has DVUSD barely been able to maintain classrooms and textbooks.”

“Social factors in the classroom are a continued concern; at the forefront are bullying, drugs and other issues that plague our schools. Along with school protocol for handling such situations, we must also educate our parents and community members of all these negative social issues. Today, teachers are considered educators, parents, social workers… We need to get to the point where teachers are teachers and the time spent with students is focused on education and curriculum. We can accomplish this working collaboratively … to craft policies with clear direction and accountability for actions.”

“This is a continuation of the current override, not a new tax and I support the continuation of the capital override. We can wait for the state to fund a level that “maintains” the status quo, or we can be the district that sets the standards for academic achievement through our capital expenditures.”

“I think the next big step is to formulate our next strategic plan that will last for five years. Even more important now is to make sure all stakeholders are actively involved. We need to know what our constituents want, the businesses and parents. We’ve got to embed the common core, which is a paradigm shift… away from rote memorization and toward active learning, so, it’s a bit different with methodologies teachers are using currently. Our kids will own all the information they learn; It’s a big responsibility. Strategic planning involving common core is our next crucial endeavor.”

“My position is ‘Yes, yes, yes.’ We need to have ample funding for students to be successful. We have proven we are a school district that uses taxpayers’ money, respectfully, responsibly, effectively and efficiently.”

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DVUSD Says Capital Override Will Support Bare Essentials By Karen Goveia


s part of the Tuesday, Nov. 6 General Election, voters residing within the Deer Valley Unified School District boundaries will decide the fate of a capital override to fund district-wide technology improvements, textbooks, school equipment, athletic uniforms/equipment and updates to aging school busses. If approved, the district will get $7.5 million annually for seven years beginning 2013 from homeowner property taxes. District officials stressed that renewal of the override would not create an additional tax, but simply extend the capital override voters passed in 2005 set to expire at the end of this school year. “This is not an increase to the tax levy paid by homeowners,” said DVUSD Superintendent James Veitenheimer, in a video on the district’s website. If passed, the projected cost for the average residential property owner in 2013–14 would be $55.45 per year, according to the district website.

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Jim Migliorino, associate superintendent for fiscal services, said the funds are spent on equipment and bare essentials, not on teachers, support staff, administration or operating costs. Arizona currently falls 48th among states in per-pupil funding

for education. Over the past five years, DVUSD has made more than $38 million in cuts to capital funding, resulting in the loss of all-day kindergarten, reduction of staff, freezing of salaries, and postponement of most capital purchases, Migliorino said.

If the measure fails

Officials claim Deer Valley will lose $52.5 million from its budget over the next seven years, resulting in a loss of resources for students and a reduction to the maintenance and operations budget. io

Capital Override Allocation Breakdown (Per year)

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• Athletic uniforms and equipment (Grades 7–12): $150,000.

• Fine-arts uniforms and equipment (Grades 7–12): $170,000. • Fleet vehicles: $30,000. • Student transportation: $150,000. • School equipment: $600,000. • Technology: $4.2 million. • Textbooks and assessments: $2.2 million. SOURCE: ELECTION INFORMATIONAL PAMPHLET

Also: Proposition 204

A “yes” vote to pass this proposition would permanently increase the state sales tax by 1 percent, effective June 13, 2013. The current rate­—without the county and city tax—is 6.6 percent.) The tax would fund educational programs, public transportation infrastructure projects, and human services. It would forbid reductions to K–12 and university funding levels.






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But, when the valve ultimately fails, the culprit is almost always a rubber diaphragm. I know of seven that have gone bad in recent months, so it’s probably just a y broker, Dennis Jones, is a fairly even- matter of time. The bad news tempered guy. I know is you can’t just replace the this firsthand because I test his diaphragm. The good news is that a new valve is only $18… limits on a regular basis. or roughly 1/100 the cost of Mr. The other day he called me Jones’ recent water bill. to report his most recent water bill of (gulp) $1,790.47! I could Signs of a broken valve are: actually feel the steam coming • Pooling when there’s been through the phone. no rain in days. What could have caused • Standing water in that plastic 184,000 gallons, roughly 12 valve box mentioned earlier. medium-sized swimming pools of water, to go *poof* in • An extremely happy patch of 30 days? A broken landscape weeds where none have grown solenoid valve. before.


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bigger problems, such as a slab leak.

FIX IT. 1 Make sure all water-using fixtures (including running toilets and swimming 1 Make sure the landscape irrigation pool auto-fill) are off. Turn your shutoff valve is in the OFF position. landscape timer to the OFF position. Do not shut off main water supply valve. 2 Open the plastic landscape valve box and, before you do anything, take 2 Check your water meter (in a one or more pictures. This will give you concrete box with metal cover, almost a reference when you forget what it always at the intersection of the street looks like later. and one of the side yard property lines). If the indicator—either an arrow or gear-shaped thingie—is not moving, 3 There are two wires connected to you’re good. Close the box and open the valve (low voltage so they won’t electrocute you.) Disconnect the wires. a beer. If it is moving, proceed to step 4. 4 Depending on the brand of valve, there will be between four and 3 If the indicator is moving slowly, eight screws on top. Remove them you have a slight leak. (Recheck those completely. toilets.) If it’s spinning quickly, you’ve got issues.

5 Pull up on the valve (wiggle as needed) to separate it from the body. 4 Locate the T-shaped landscape Along with the top, there should be irrigation shutoff valve (near your a rubber diaphragm, a spring, and landscape control box) and turn it to a plastic valve seat. All of these get the OFF position. Now go back to replaced. The valve body (the part your water meter. If the spinning has attached to the pipes in the ground) stopped, you’ve got a bad landscape can stay. valve. If it’s still spinning, call a plumber immediately… You may have much 6 Take the valve top to a store that sells landscape equipment and buy a replacement. * Dennis Jones recommends avoiding an Epcor episode 7 Remove the valve top, spring, by reading your water meter diaphragm, and seat from the new weekly. To read more about valve and install it into the old valve Dennis Jones’ experience, body. Tighten the screws, reattach the visit onebrokersopinion. wires (refer to the snapshots you took). com/i-have-a-new-hobbyreading-my-water-meter8 Run the system to check for leaks. every-week When you’re sure everything is good, have two beers. io NOVEMBER 1, 2012 |


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Weekly resale activity in Anthem, excluding new builds: Week Ending ... Homes Sold Under Contract Listed for Sale

Sept 24 17 149 164

Oct 1 19 144 175

Oct 8 13 140 177

Oct 15 14 142 186

Oct 22 14 139 193

Real estate data provided by D.L. Jones & Associates. Contact Dennis Jones at 602-909-2845

For the most recent week, sales of bank-owned homes: 2 Short sales (sold for less than what was owed): 2

Homes Sold: Monthly Sept. 2012: 67

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