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8 THIS WEEK IN

The Neighborhood

14 THIS WEEK OUT

Of the Neighborhood

17 SNAPSHOT 18 THE BUZZ

Calling Vietnam Vets

19 NEWS » COMMUNITY

• Park Agreement Approved • Gas Station Angers Residents

25 THE TALK

Truck Traffic

26 CURRENTS » BUSINESS Leather & Lace

31 GET OUT

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“Watching my friend go through the trauma of having to find assistance for her mom after she broke her hip has been a real eye-opener. How do we prevent this sudden stress with our mom?” When you’re dealing with emotions, finances and, in most cases, time restraints, nothing can be more stressful! Our best advice: Do your homework now. If the thought has crossed your mind, it’s time to start researching.

Anthem Senior Living (ASL) and Anthem Senior Retreat (ASR) are licensed on all levels of care and can accommodate only 10 residents each. We are licensed to give peronalized care at every level: Independent Living, Supervisory Level, Personal Level and Directed Level. We also specialize in Memory Care. All rooms are private and come furnished with flat screen TVs. Medication Management, home-cooked meals, assistance with showers, toileting and dressing as needed, daily acitivities, entertainment—It’s all included! And your monthly rate will NEVER increase! It’s a home-like atmosphere with 24/7 care and pampering that is affordable in beautiful Anthem! Call or email to schedule a tour. Seeing the luxurious options available so close to home will alleviate a good amount of stress when the time comes.

Independent Living? Assisted Living? Living with Me (or my brother/sister)? Ask the experts! Cheryl Ables began working

in the senior care field 10 years ago, after taking care of her parents and grandparent while raising her children. Sam Ile and his family have been in the business of assisted living homes for more than 20 years. Sam and Cheryl are approaching ten years as owners of Anthem Senior Living. They also operate Eldermom, a senior placement service and, now, Anthem Senior Retreat Assisted Living home. Sam and Cheryl are experts at the unique challenges posed by aging parents. Have a question? Write or call today! 602-909-9550,

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THE NEIGHBORHOOD There is so much more!

For full calendar of events, visit anthemnews.com/ calendar-2

THURSDAY 6.5

COMMUNITY

Persimmon: Endless Pastabilities 5—8:30 p.m. Persimmon Country Club 2708 West Anthem Club Drive

Create your own masterpiece at the live chef station. Includes wine and live entertainment. For Country Club residents. Info: clubcorp.com/Clubs/Anthem-GolfCountry-Club 623-742-6222

HEALTH

1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

A gathering place for those wishing to knit, crochet, tat, macrame or work with fiber. Bring your projects, books, patterns, accomplishments and knowledge to share with others. Ages 18 and up. Info: mcldaz.org 602-652-3000

Sorting Through the Clutter

1:30—2:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

Tips from a professional organizer on the top 5 clutter excuses, beginning steps to getting organized, making the most of your space and the journey to organization.

Info: clubcorp.com/Clubs/Anthem-GolfCountry-Club 623-742-6222

ENTERTAINMENT Live Music

7:30—9:30 p.m. Elevate Coffee Company 2530 West Happy Valley Road Phoenix No cover Info: elevatecoffee.com/events 602-341-5480

6 p.m. Diamond Canyon School 40004 North Liberty Bell Way

HEALTH

Introduction to Tai Chi

Cycling-training ride. Info: 623-866-3225

CLUBS

4 p.m.-close. Live entertainment from 6-9 p.m. For Country Club residents.

Elijah performs. Samples at: youtube.com/user/ElijahMAtkison.

Stenholm Crit

9 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

FRIDAY 6.6

Series of postures or movements done in a slow meditative manner.

Rotary Club

Made by Hand

Info: mcldaz.org 602-652-3000

DINING

Info: mcldaz.org 602-652-3000

7:15—8:30 a.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 West Anthem Club Drive

Qigong and Tai Chi Easy

11:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

At Ironwood.

Info: 623-225-6342

COMMUNITY

A shorter version of Tai Chi, series of postures or movements done in a slow meditative manner.

Bingo

7 p.m. Anthem Civic Building 3701 West Anthem Way $2-$15

Info: mcldaz.org 602-652-3000

Early bingo starts at 6:30 p.m. Discount coupons distributed at half time.

KIDS

Girl Scout Movie Night

DINING

7—9:30 p.m. Liberty Bell Park 40106 North Liberty Bell Way Free to attend; $15/Registration

4 p.m. Ironwood Country Club 2708 West Anthem Club Drive

For all Girl Scouts or those wishing to register for Girl Scouts from the Anthem, Desert Hills, New River area. Bring a blanket. Refreshments served.

Info: 623-551-9805

Ironwood: Friday Night Live

Western theme. Happy hour specials

Info: Stephanie at skmclean@yahoo.com

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SATURDAY 6.7

Car Guys Get Together

9—10 a.m. Chihuahua’s Chill Grill 34170 Old Black Canyon Highway Black Canyon City Free

SUNDAY 6.8

ENTERTAINMENT Live Music

COMMUNITY

Info: 602-796-0687

One-On-One Digital Downloads

COMMUNITY

11 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

Republic Services Bulk Trash Pickup Area 2

Instruction on downloading the library’s eBooks, audiobooks or digital magazines for Kindle, Nook or Apple/Android. Bring your device and connection cable. Registration required.

For Anthem East residents. Place material at least 5 feet from any fixed object. Don’t put material on the street or block the sidewalk. Placement begins Saturday, June 7 for pickup Wednesday, June 11.

Info: mcldaz.org 602-652-3000

Info: phoenix.disposal.com, 602-237-2078

ENTERTAINMENT

Science Fiction Film Series: ‘Inception’

Live Music

6—8:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

5—7 p.m. Elevate Coffee Company 2530 West Happy Valley Road, Phoenix No cover

Dom Cobb runs an espionage business, entering the subconscious of his targets to steal their thoughts. Film followed by discussion. Refreshments served. Registration required.

Matt DeYoung and Marissa perform.

Info: elevatecoffee.com/events, 602-341-5480

Live Music

Bridgette Bagley performs.

Info: elevatecoffee.com/events, 602-341-5480

KIDS

9:30—11:30 a.m. Elevate Coffee Company 2530 West Happy Valley Road Phoenix No cover

Masato Tachi, above, performs. Info: elevatecoffee.com/events 602-341-5480

Storytime

MONDAY 6.9

2 p.m. Barnes and Noble 2501 West Happy Valley Road Suite #20, Phoenix

BUSINESS

Info: store-locator.barnesandnoble.com 623-780-3300

6 p.m.

Everyone welcome.

Team Job Search Newcomers Welcome

Info: mcldaz.org 602-652-3000

KIDS

Itty Bitty Pool Party Registration Deadline

Anthem Community Center 41130 North Freedom Way $10/One adult and one child

Waterpark closed to the public. For parents and children ages 10 and under. Cost includes activities and breakfast. Event Saturday, June 14, from 8:30–10 a.m. Info: onlineatanthem.com 623-879-3011

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Job finding support and welcome workshop. Everyone who needs a job is welcome. Visit St. Rose office to pick up instructions and kit. Info: 623-465-9740 teamjobsearch@cox.net

Cars, coffee and car talk every Saturday.

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Tween Night In Registration Deadline

Anthem Community Center 41130 North Freedom Way $15

Rock wall climbing, games or movie. Snacks and drinks served. Grades 6–8. Event Saturday, June 14, from 8 p.m.–midnight. Info: onlineatanthem.com 623-879-3011

Summer Theatre Camp

8:30 a.m.—noon Sandra Day O’Connor High School 25250 North 35th Avenue Phoenix $199/Three weeks

Learn how to act, sing and dance while performing in “Annie Jr.” For incoming grades 2–6. Three-week camp runs Monday–Friday and ends June 27. Info: dvusd.org 623-445-7100

Auditions for ‘Pied Piper of Hamelin’

children. Children’s concession combo for $4.50. Choose a day between June 9– June 13.

9 a.m.—3 p.m. Musical Theatre of Anthem 42323 North Vision Way $275

Info: harkinstheatres.com 623-582-2020

For ages 9-14. Programs runs Monday– Friday until June 20. Performances June 20–22. Prepare a musical theatre song, 16-32 bars or one minute in length. Bring registration materials and accompaniment CD, iPod, etc. (or sing a capella.) Info: musicaltheatreofanthem.org 602-743-9892 musicaltheatreofanthem@gmail.com

Summer Movie Fun: ‘Despicable Me 2’

9:45 a.m. Harkins Theatre 2550 West Happy Valley Road Phoenix $7/All 10 movies

All adults must be accompanied by

Storytime

11 a.m. Barnes and Noble 2501 West Happy Valley Road #20 Phoenix Free

Everyone welcome.

Info: barnesandnoble.com 623-780-3300

TUESDAY 6.10

BUSINESS PBA

7 a.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 North Freedom Way Free

“Despicable Me 2” plays at the Harkins Theatre. See 10 movies for $7. (But, don’t try to sneak in without a kid!) THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014 |

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Monday, Leonardo DiCaprio plays Dom Cobb in the movie “Inception,” part of the library’s Science Fiction Film series. Business networking group in Anthem looking to grow businesses. Info: 623-551-0523

COMMUNITY

Senior Discount Day Outlets at Anthem 4250 West Anthem Way

Discounts at select stores for ages 55 and up. Visit customer service desk for details. Info: outletsanthem.com 623-465-9500

Public Safety Roundtable 2 p.m. Anthem Civic Building 3701 West Anthem Way

Information shared regarding the public service agencies that protect and serve the Anthem community. Open to the public. Info: onlineatanthem.com 623-742-6004

New River/Desert Hills Community Association Meeting 7:30—9 p.m. Daisy Mountain Fire Department 43814 North New River Road New River

Public welcome.

Info: newriverdeserthillscommunityassociation.org, 602-432-2800

Books in the Afternoon

Info: onlineatanthem.com 623-879-3011

HEALTH

Beginning Yoga

7:15 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

Slow-flow hatha yoga class for adults. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat (a limited number of mats available to borrow.) Info: mcldaz.org, 602-652-3000

KIDS

Fizz, Boom, Read

10 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

Summer family story time for all ages. Info: mcldaz.org, 602-652-3000

SCHOOL

DVUSD: Governing Board Meeting 7—9 p.m. Deer Valley Unified School District 20402 North 15th Avenue Phoenix Info: dvusd.org, 623-445-5000

WEDNESDAY 6.11

BUSINESS

Business Network at Anthem 7 a.m. Hampton Inn 42415 North 41st Drive

Visitors welcome. Info: 623-465-7979

DINING

COMMUNITY

Golden Go-Getters Potluck

One-On-One Digital Downloads

6—8 p.m. Anthem Civic Building 3701 West Anthem Way

1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

Bring your favorite dish. For ages 50 and up.

[See Monday’s listing.]

Info: mcldaz.org, 602-652-3000

1:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

Discuss “The Astronaut Wives Club: A True Story.” Books available. Info: mcldaz.org 602-652-3000

DINING

Ironwood: Whisky Around the World Dinner 6—9 p.m. Ironwood Country Club 2708 West Anthem Club Drive $50

Father’s Day food and drinks for Country Club residents. RSVP. Info: clubcorp.com/Clubs/Anthem-GolfCountry-Club, 623-742-6222

KIDS

Pajamarama Family Story Time 7—7:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway

Wear your pajamas, bring your favorite stuffed friend. Info: mcldaz.org, 602-652-3000 THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014 |

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OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD OUTDOORS

Kayaking Talk

3—4 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Rd Morristown $6/Vehicle

Learn about fun areas around the lake for kayaking.

Info: maricopa.gov/parks, 928-501-1710

FRIDAY 6.6

ENTERTAINMENT

Dive ’n’ Movie: ‘Ratatouille’

ENTERTAINMENT

Dive ’n’ Movie: ‘Ratatouille’ Wet ’n’ Wild Phoenix 4243 West Pinnacle Peak Road Glendale $29.99–$39.99

Show included with regular admission at dusk in the wave pool. Info: wetnwildphoenix.com/events/ dive-n-movies, 623-201-2000

‘The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess’ 7:30 p.m. ASU Gammage 1200 South Forest Avenue Tempe $20–$74

Bess struggles to break free from her scandalous past and the only one who can rescue her is the courageous Porgy. Info: asugammage.com/shows 480-965-3434

Ester Rada

7:30 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard Phoenix $22.50–$32.50

Musical blend of soul, jazz, funk, rhythm and blues and Ethiopian influences. Samples online.

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An easy hike above the shoreline. Info: maricopa.gov/parks 928-501-1710

Desert Edibles

1—2 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Rd Morristown $6/Vehicle

Desert tips on a short hike. Info: maricopa.gov/parks 928-501-1710

SATURDAY 6.7

ENTERTAINMENT

Juneteenth Jazz Splash

11 a.m.—11 p.m. Arcosanti Arizona 69 $5–$45; Free/ages 12 and under

A celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation with all-American jazz, blues and gospel music. Cabaret shows, artisan vendors, dancing, raffles, food and music clinics. Call or go online for directions.

Wet ’n’ Wild Phoenix 4243 West Pinnacle Peak Road, Glendale $29.99–$39.99

Info: arcosanti.org 928-237-7908

[See Thursday’s listing.]

2 & 7:30 p.m. ASU Gammage 1200 South Forest Avenue, Tempe $25–$79

Info: wetnwildphoenix.com/events/ dive-n-movies, 623-201-2000

THURSDAY 6.5

Morristown $6/Vehicle

‘The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess’ 7:30 p.m. ASU Gammage 1200 South Forest Avenue, Tempe $20–$74

[See Thursday’s listing.]

Info: asugammage.com/shows 480-965-3434

Peter Asher

7:30 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix $42.50–$47.50

Travel back to the heart of 1960s popular culture with Asher, famous for his hit, “World Without Love,” and his work as a music executive. Samples online. Info: mimmusictheater.themim.org/peterasher, 480-478-6000

Phoenix Symphony: Disney in Concert

7:30 p.m. Through Saturday, June 7 Symphony Hall 75 North 2nd Street, Phoenix $30–$99

‘The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess’

[See Thursday’s listing.]

Info: asugammage.com/shows 480-965-3434

Phoenix Symphony: Disney in Concert

7:30 p.m. Symphony Hall 75 North 2nd Street, Phoenix $30–$99

Magical music from your favorite Disney movies with scenes projected above the orchestra. Info: tickets.phoenixsymphony.org 602-495-1999

The Webb Sisters

7:30 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix $27.50–$42.50

Traditional folk and pop music with this duo. Info: mimmusictheater.themim.org 480-478-6000

HEALTH

Magical music from your favorite Disney movies with scenes projected above the orchestra.

Mighty Mud Mania 2014

OUTDOORS

Muddy obstacles for all ages and ability levels split out by age groups. Non-muddy activities offered for those who don’t want to get dirty. Shirts and close-toed, laceup shoes required. Every family asked to bring a non-perishable food item to benefit

Info: tickets.phoenixsymphony.org 602-495-1999

Explore the Shoreline

8—9:30 a.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Rd

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7:30 a.m.—1 p.m. Chaparral Park 5401 North Hayden Road, Scottsdale $10/Adults; Free/Children


Vista Del Camino Food Bank.

Info: scottsdaleaz.gov/mightymudmania 480-312-2771 terickson@scottsdaleaz.gov

OUTDOORS

Free Fishing Day

7 a.m.—1 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Rd Morristown $6/Vehicle

Basic instruction. Gear and bait provided. No license required. Info: maricopa.gov/parks 928-501-1710

SUNDAY 6.8

ENTERTAINMENT

Juneteenth Jazz Splash

11 a.m.—7 p.m. Arcosanti Arizona 69 $5–$45; free/ages 12 and under

The Fray plays Comerica Wednesday.

[See Saturday’s listing.] Info: arcosanti.org 928-237-7908

‘The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess’ 1 & 6:30 p.m. ASU Gammage 1200 South Forest Avenue,Tempe $25-$79

Bess struggles to break free from her scandalous past and the only one who can rescue her is the courageous Porgy. Info: asugammage.com/shows 480-965-3434

John Jorgenson’s Bluegrass Band 7 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix $34.50–$39.50

Music with John Jorgenson, Herb Pedersen, Jon Randall and Mark Fain. Samples online. Info: mimmusictheater.themim.org 480-478-6000

MONDAY 6.9

them, medications and action plans. Info: jcl.com/events, 623-879-5452 pcoc@jcl.com

ENTERTAINMENT

TUESDAY 6.10

Johnnyswim

7 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix $25.50–$30.50

ENTERTAINMENT

Downtown Chamber Series

Husband-and-wife duo perform a meld of blues, folk, soul and pop music.

7 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix $15

HEALTH

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“We’d like to give our Vietnam veterans the parade they never received,” said parade chair Mary Ann Derryberry. Last year’s parade included nearly 100 military, civic and historic units. This year’s parade, Saturday, Nov. 8, is expected to be the most spectacular to date. To participate as a parade Grand Marshal, email Daisymtnvetsparade@cox.net by Wednesday, Oct. 1.

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Property Use Agreement Approved By Amanda Niemerg aniemerg@anthemnews.com

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he Anthem Community Council voted unanimously to approve an agreement with EPCOR allowing Anthem to construct a park over EPCOR’s underground recharge facility. [See, “West Side Park Back on Track,” In&Out, May 15, 2014] With the license agreement in place, Environmental Planning Group (EPG) can proceed with development of the park’s design. The board previously approved $115,000 for the design process, of which only $8,125 has been spent to date.

Shearer responded to Jerich’s concerns: “…As we move forward, the enhancement fund will grow. Our projections indicate there will be funds. Opportunity Way Park will not bring the fund to a zero balance.” Shearer said the enhancement fund brings in $50,000 to $60,000 a month. DON’T MISS

Opportunity Way Park Neighborhood Meeting 8 a.m. Saturday, June 21 Cottontail Pocket Park Ramada (Corner of Cottontail Road and 46th Lane)

No Rush The design and plan review process could take up to a year and is entirely dependent on plan review turnaround, special regulatory requirements and number of plan revisions, according to Community Operations Officer Neal Shearer. The Opportunity Way Park project, to be funded from the enhancement fund, is expected to cost $1.8 million. The enhancement fund currently holds a balance of $1.6 million. Ron Jerich, Country Club resident and former board member, expressed concern about depleting the enhancement fund on what he called a risky agreement. “We certainly need enhancements on that side of town. I’m all for it. I don’t feel the means to get there justify the end. I think the risk is too great on our part.”

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New Emergency Room Proposed in Anthem By Amanda Niemerg aniemerg@anthemnews.com

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nthem Community Council is considering a developer’s proposal to build a 6,583-square-foot freestanding emergency room in Anthem. The proposed site at the northwest corner of Dedication Trail and Daisy Mountain Drive in the Anthem Crossroads Shopping Center is approved for that type of use. The proposed Arizona General Hospital ER would be a 24-hour outpatient facility staffed with a board certified emergency physician, an emergency-trained registered nurse and a radiology technician, said Andrew Jordan, spokesperson for Adeptus Health.

“They’re constructing a hospital [Arizona General Hospital] down in Laveen and they’re required to have a certain number of emergency rooms to feed that hospital and they have identified [the Anthem location] as one of their sites,” Kollings said. If approved, construction would likely take 6–8 months, according to Jordan. io DON’T MISS Arizona General Hospital Community Information Meeting 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 12 Anthem Civic Building 3701 W. Anthem Way Representatives from Arizona General Hospital and the ACC present plans.

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Arizona General Hospital hopes to build an emergency room on the 6,000-square-foot pad at Anthem Crossroads shopping center.

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Planned Gas Station Angers Residents By Karen Goveia kgoveia@anthemnews.com

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ome New River residents are up in arms over plans for the development of a gas station at the New River Road exit of I-17.

Roughly 80 residents packed the Daisy Mountain Fire Station during the New River/ Desert Hills Community Association meeting May 20 to hear plans for development of the site. While some opponents of the Shell station, to be built on a 4.3-acre parcel on the northeast corner of the exit, expressed concern about an increase in traffic and crime, most complained they were not given an opportunity to provide input in the decision-making process.


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But the property was rezoned from rural -43 to C-2 general commercial use (permitting gas stations, diesel for trucks, convenience stores and restaurants) in 1995, according to Maricopa County Planning & Development Deputy Director Darren Gérard. In fact, in 1996 there was an approved plan of development (POD) for this type of use, but the project was never executed. A POD for this new Shell station was approved by the County Board at its April 28 meeting. “Although this plan of development may have been routed for courtesy review to groups such as the New River/Desert Hills Community Association, this was not an item that required public input, public review, public notice or public hearing for approval… The property is entitled for the proposed use,” Gérard said. But opponents aren’t satisfied. “Things change and I think the community should have a viable voice,” said one resident. “I don’t want developers to hide behind this verbiage to approve… That doesn’t mean it can’t be revisited now.” Procedurally, though, Gérard said stopping the project is all but impossible. “... There is nothing short of purchasing the property that any party could have done to stop a development complying with all technical requirements.”

RESIDENT CONCERNS

Increased Crime A repeated concern by residents at the meeting was that the filling station would serve as a truck stop—potentially bringing an increase in crime and a host of other problems to the area. But County Supervisor Andy Kunasek said the developer has no intention of developing it as a truck stop— the site would not be outfitted with showers, lockers or truck maintenance bays. He said the developer agreed to discourage overnight parking by installing signs.

“I don’t want developers to hide behind this verbiage to approve… That doesn’t mean it can’t be revisited now.” —Meeting attendee

“There is nothing short of purchasing the property that any party could have done to stop a development complying with all technical requirements.” —Maricopa County Planning & Development Deputy Director Darren Gérard

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NEXT STEPS

• Neighborhood/ community meeting(s) with the developer to discuss design and aesthetics. (Meeting dates have yet to be announced as of this writing.) • Construction Permit Approval (As of this writing, the developer has not applied for any construction permits with the county.)

WHAT THE GAS STATION PLANS TO INCLUDE

• A 4,788-squarefoot one-story convenience store • A 3,330-squarefoot fuel canopy • A 2,430-squarefoot diesel canopy • A 65-foot illuminated freeway sign • Five 18-foot light poles

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Traffic Congestion Regarding traffic concerns, the POD requires the developer to widen New River Road with a left turn lane to access the station, if needed. The road currently runs one lane in each direction with a narrow shoulder. The I-17/New River Road interchange with its single-lane on/off ramps was another hot button. “My biggest concern is what is ADOT going to do to make that a better situation and what’s it going to cost us as a taxpayer?” asked one resident. Another interrupted, “Right now you’ve got single lanes coming off and single lanes going on… and you’ve got 80,000-pound tankers with fuel going down that road.” Joe Airdo expressed similar concerns. Airdo operated Jackass Acres, a gas station and convenience store on the site adjacent to the proposed development, until 2001. “I was there for 20 years and I saw many accidents on that corner. It is not a good spot coming on and off that freeway. You cannot see anything when you’re making the turn onto the road coming off that freeway… I saw 18-wheelers jackknifed there,” Airdo said. The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) plans to widen I-17 between Anthem Way and New River Road remain unfunded, according to ADOT spokesperson Doug Nintzel. MAG, the metro Phoenix freeway planning agency, has the widening project scheduled after 2025… if funding is available, Nintzel said. The stretch continues to be a choke point where many accidents occur as the lanes narrow to two. [See “Crashes at Anthem Way Overpass,” In&Out, Nov. 15, 2012.] Gérard told In&Out, “Certainly the traffic expected at this facility will not warrant any freeway or ramp widening.” And, an ADOT representative at the meeting said a traffic analysis provided by the developer shows the anticipated level of traffic will not impact the I-17 exit/entrance configuration. Though Airdo predicts 18-wheelers trying to get up to speed— the limit is 75 mph here—while merging onto the 2-lane interstate will surely lead to trouble. “He’s got a long uphill… There’s going to be some accidents; There’s going to be a lot of horn-blowing,” Airdo said. After much urging, Kunasek agreed to host future public meetings with the developer to ease concerns. io

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T H E TA L K » BY BRAD WOOD

TRUCK TRAFFIC “What do you think of the proposed Shell gas station coming to the New River Road Exit of I-17?”

Frances Perkins

Terry Tyler

Craig Zeller

Mark Dean

“I’m for it because we have nothing here, not even gas. We have to go to Anthem for services. Because there are no services here, travelers come into our store to use the restroom. It would be beneficial for travelers.”

“Putting in a truck stop—we’re not built for a lot of traffic. I believe it will cause more problems getting on and off the highway. Crime rates may go up because it will be more of a convenient stop versus a tourist destination.”

“I think it will help the area tremendously. I’m not anti-business. It will help the area because there isn’t a truck stop in all of North Phoenix. It will help overall. There will be more jobs.”

“It would be a revenue generator, but it seems it’s not in keeping with the small-town feel of New River. It would be traffic lights and lines of trucks. We would be more citified than country.”

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Benny Ohrman shows off an original leather jacket designed for the Cannes fashion show.

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ith the trend of recycling, repurposing, swip-swapping and what have you, it’s no surprise high-end consignment has found a happy place in Anthem. Kid Co. launched the concept for kids clothes, toys and supplies nearly two years ago. And now with the opening of House 4 Fashion, the idea is all grown up. Owners Benny Ohrman and Pamela Johnson (former owner of Salon Eclectic) call it, “high-end, chic consignment.”

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But stick your head in the door and you’ll find the surprise of original leather art. Ohrman, 63, is a self-taught, award-winning master leather artist. For 40 years, he has worked leather into interior design, upholstery, purses—even jewelry. The Swedish-born artist was inspired while Consignment items include finds like these. serving in Sweden’s Air Force where Ohrman worked with leather harnesses for pilots 4 Fashion may be just for you. Calvin and parachutes. From there, he started Klein, Ralph Lauren and Guess are tooling leather into art, something he just some of the brands that grace pursues fearlessly. “It’s exciting to do the shop. Women’s items dominate something I have never done before,” the racks now, but expansion plans said Ohrman. include garb for guys.

Custom Leatherwork For people who have a vision of what they are looking for—a purse or motorcycle seat—Ohrman has the skill to make it a reality. “I do drawings for them to help with the vision,” said Ohrman. “People dream about it, but they can’t get it out. I’m good at helping them see it.”

“There is a need for this,” Johnson said. “A lot of people want nicer stuff, but many don’t want to spend a lot for it.”

Scale doesn’t rattle Ohrman. He once hand-tailored leather over an entire car body that, he said, now resides in a German museum. Take a peek at the car at Ohrman’s site, suncoastleather.com.

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Currently, he is working on a leather and accessories collection to debut at a Cannes Film Festival fashion show. “It’s very exciting,” said Ohrman, humbly adding, “You get goose bumps.”

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here might be no better summer adventure than a highcountry road trip that includes both the great American cheeseburger and fries, and a real, ice cream strawberry milkshake. And, no place in Arizona offers these three summer legends better than Delgadillo’s Snow Cap Drive-In in Seligman. Road trip! And a great American road trip, at that! It was just after World War II when average Americans discovered the joy of driving their very own family cars to new destinations. No highway carried more automobiles into the West than the Route 66 which passed right through the center of Seligman.

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REAL ESTATE WATCH » RENTALS

Single-family detatched homes listed for lease on the MLS Week ending 5/26

Anthem Country Club Anthem Parkside Sonoran Foothills Tramonto Amber Hills Carefree Crossing

Active & Pending 21 17 10 22 2 2

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$1.00 $0.74 $0.76 $0.87 $0.70 $0.64

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NOTE: Desert Hills & New River yield no rentals most weeks.

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40119 N BELL MEADOW CT

2140 W MUIRFIELD DR

3329 W OWENS WAY

41916 N CELEBRATION CT

41617 N SHADOW CREEK WAY

3781 W WHITMAN DR

43622 N 44TH LN

41423 N ANTHEM RIDGE DR

40606 N PEALE CT

3611 W ASHTON DR

2147 W CAMARGO DR

40201 N MICHNER WAY

3638 W AMERIGO CT

3210 W HAZELHURST LN

48007 N 41ST AVE

42007 N EMERALD LAKE DR

41010 N WILD WEST TR

43505 N ERICSON LN

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41615 N. CONGRESSIONAL DR. • ANTHEM Question: “How do you know Dixie?” Answer: “….She came with the house?” ~ M.P.O.

DIXIE LINEBERGER

REALTOR®

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Serving the needs of my clients before, during and after each transaction!

HeyDixie@gmail.com 3668 W. Anthem Way Suite B-158 Anthem, AZ 85086

If your property is currently listed with a REALTOR®, please disregard this notice.

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

May 5 19 108 271

May 12 8 121 260

May 19 12 115 270

May 26 13 117 267

Real estate data provided by D.L. Jones & Associates. Contact Dennis Jones at DLJones@HotMail.com 602-909-2845 TheRealEstateWeb.com

For the most recent week, sales of bank-owned homes: 1 Short sales (sold for less than what was owed): 2

Homes Sold: Monthly 140

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