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OPINION................3 Get ready for a new fee on your vehicle registration.

NEWS.....................8 Hometown Christmas Parade cruises through downtown Glendale on Saturday.

ARTS....................16 The holidays are packed with events at Arrowhead and Westgate.

LIBRARY CALENDAR OF EVENTS........................17 ARIZONA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY AIMS FOR WEST VALLEY ATHLETES.........................18

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Glen Lakes Golf Course reopens Council gives 90-day notice to begin sales process

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After more than 50 years as a golf course, Glendale City Council has made a final decision on the future of Glen Lakes Golf Course during its Nov. 27 workshop, which had the course re-open Dec. 1, as staff begins researching the possible sale of the land. Councilmembers are expected to vote at their Dec. 11 meeting to issue a 90-day notice to cancel the city’s contract with the course manager, Golf Maintenance Solutions 5W LLC (GMS). The course re-opened at 7 a.m. Dec. 1 out of interim facilities. The course will be available for play from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. GMS was awarded a $429,500 management contract in July to manage the course through June 30, 2019, but council can cancel the contract with a 90-day written notice. The 52-year-old course at 5450 W. Northern Ave. sits on 44.6 acres of cityowned land. The nine-hole, executivelength golf course opened in 1966 and is a Par 33, totaling 2,403 yards. The city initially purchased the course for $1.1 million in 1979 and has operated it through a series of qualified golf course management firms since then. A handful of residents were present with signs saying, “Save Glen Lakes,” and “Kiss Your Grass Goodbye” among other statements in support of saving the course. see

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Phil Erickson holds a sign saying “Open Glen Lakes Now” during a protest before the Nov. 27 city council workshop as a handful of residents tried to urge councilmembers not to close the golf course.

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Council approves General Plan Amendment for former Thunderbird land BY DARRELL JACKSON The Glendale Star Editor

It was quite the week for the former Thunderbird School of Global Management property as Glendale City Council unanimously approved a General Plan Amendment to the property as the first step in redeveloping it. Mike Withey of Withey Morris, who represents the land owner, Arizona State University, reiterated that this is the first step in a long process for ASU’s plan for future development of the property at 15240 N. 59th Ave. “We have worked a long time with staff and are all excited to be here with staff recommendation for full approval of this General Plan Amendment,” Withey said. “We are excited to take this first step towards redevelopment, but this is just the first step.” This General Plan Amendment for the approximately 158 acres, which amends the land use designation of 110 acres from corporate commerce center (CCC) and 48 acres of educa-

tion to approximately 85 acres to CCC and 72 acres to medium-high density residential, which would allow eight dwellings per acre. “The applicant held several neighborhood meetings and discussed with residents in the area but most questions they had cannot be answered until a rezoning application is presented,” Special Projects Executive Officer Tabitha Perry said. “That rezoning will be presented at a later date after more public meetings are held.” City staff and representatives of ASU said the previous General Plan, which would allow the incorporation of commercial, higher intensity uses on the vacant land adjacent to the existing singlefamily subdivision, would not now be appropriate for the site, which led to the changes which were approved. “Everyone knows this site was part of the Thunderbird School of Global Management and all the property was already zoned in 2008,” Withey said. “That zoning allowed for commercial, retail, hotel, apartments and single-fam-

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ily housing and the point is the property is already zoned and some was quite intense. Nothing changing that tonight and any setbacks or height limitation from 2008 are not changing, just the general plan.” Withey added that two questions that residents had during the earlier meetings, he could answer during the Nov. 27 meeting. “Two questions we can answer tonight are, one, could we somehow keep an educational component and Arizona Christian University will take over the campus,” Whitey said. “Second, we have, through negotiations, a permanent solution to where the YMCA will be entitled to the land and will be staying there.” Local residents were still skeptical of the process and urged council to delay the vote. “Put yourself in our place. If you owned an average home and someone put a two- to three-story building on the north and south side of your property, how would you feel about it,” local resident Byron Rush said. Others claimed there was no transparency in the process. “I have been to every meeting and the same issues of home density has been stated and our big issue is eight homes per acre,” local resident Gary Livingston said. “During the planning

commission meeting, I asked what their credential for approval was and they could not tell me. I believe council should not approve this amendment until full transparency with what ASU has in store for this land.” Whitey was quick to point out that anything for the land is still in the early process and no final decision has been made. “We will have tons of discussion and letters and open houses for residents to have an opportunity for lots of dialogue,” Whitey said. “We will be able to answer all those questions at that time.” Sahuaro Councilmember Ray Malnar, in whose district the property lies, said he will be representing the residents in every aspect of the process. “I will be your advocate and do not believe tonight we are making a choice to approve that is changing anything that will affect your neighborhood today,” Malnar said. Mayor Jerry Weiers added that with the approval, residents will still have the chance to have their voices heard. “Tonight’s approval doesn’t change anything and does not take (residents) out of the picture,” Weiers said. “Stay involved and talk to everyone. This doesn’t close any doors and it allows you the opportunity to discuss and ask all the questions you may have.”

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Opinion Now in effect: new vehicle registration fee for public safety Beginning Dec. 1, Arizona motorists expecting vehicle registration renewals will see a new Public Safety Fee. The fee was established by state law to support public safety and Highway Patrol operations. The fee goes into effect for registrations due in January which can be paid as early as Dec. 1, and immediately for newly registered vehicles. The fee will be collected during the vehicle-registration process administered by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division. Arizona statute established the method for collecting the fee and sets the process for determining the amount based on a formula designed to support Highway Patrol operations. Highway Patrol operations — among the most visible functions of the Arizona Department of Public Safety — include response to collisions on Arizona highways, enforcing state laws designed to keep the motoring public safe, arresting impaired drivers, assisting motorists in distress, air-rescue operations and patrolling more than 6,800 miles of highways. Most motorists will pay $32 per vehicle, per year. Street-legal golf carts and primarily off-highway vehicles will pay $5.

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For the citizens of Glendale, please remember that anyone in the planning and zoning department does not and will not keep their word regarding the building of any size infill projects. The specific issue regarding the project is the density and as ASU submitted, they want eight (homes) per acre when the surrounding neighborhood is three to five per acre. Also, the city has approved the project even though the General Plan was approved by the voters in 2016 and that

Those who register a vehicle annually or pay for a twoor five-year registration will pay the entire amount up front for each registered year. The funds raised through the Public Safety Fee will not only provide necessary dollars for public safety, but will advance maintenance and construction of Arizona’s highway infrastructure, including the state’s Key Commerce Corridors that support economic development around the state. Over the past decade, much of the Highway Patrol’s budget was considered part of the Arizona Highway User Revenue Fund, the gas-tax account that supports Arizona roadways, including law-enforcement support. The new $32 Public Safety Fee will allow gas-tax money to support roadway maintenance and construction, while providing a different source of funding for Highway Patrol operations. For more information: www.azdot.gov/mvd. For details on the enabling legislation, visit: https:// www.azleg.gov/legtext/53leg/2R/laws/0265.pdf. EDITOR’S NOTE: Send us your thoughts about this new fee to cdryer@ timespublications.com.

the city had to update the plan to reflect the state legislation that clearly shows that the neighborhood preservation had to be used for any new project. It states that the neighborhood and revitalization element is meant to guide the development of new neighborhoods and retain and enhance the character of existing neighborhoods. Therefore, the planning and zoning department did not use this mandated policy as stated by state legislators, and, of course, did not let any of us know the criteria by which they all voted for approval. In fact, the planning commissioners who voted for the amendment could not or would not let me know in one of the two meetings what the criteria was to approve the amendment by ASU.

Our interface with the city, Tabitha Perry, Special Projects Executive Officer, and the planning and zoning liaison engineer for the planning and zoning commissioners, Dave Williams, have stated that they know the neighborhood citizens are disturbed and disappointed, so I hope to see the report on how this approval was obtained when, in fact, it is against state mandated policy that all involved seem to shy away from, telling us what constituted this approval. Who runs the city and how is it that we the citizens seem to get the short side of any project? Like I said in the city council meeting Nov. 27, score in this project:ASU and city of Glendale,100 percent, citizens 0 percent. Gary Livingston

Installation ceremony for councilmembers Three city of Glendale councilmembers will be sworn into office at 7 p.m. Dec. 11 to officially begin their four-year terms on City Council. The installation ceremony will be held in the Council Chambers at Glendale City Hall, 5850 W. Glendale Ave. Refreshments will be served immediately following the ceremony. Reservations can be made by visiting www.glendaleaz.com/rsvp.


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Workshop presentation During the presentation, staff started with original estimates for capital investment needed to restore the course at between $5.1 million to $7.6 million. “That original estimate was what is needed for design costs, demolition and construction of a clubhouse, pro shop, maintenance facility, course restroom, irrigation systems and other needs at the course,” Field Operations Director Michelle Woytenko said. “After staff redesigned a smaller clubhouse, repairing the current restroom and golf cart storage with no kitchen or food service, the new number is $1.525 million.” Original estimates on capital investment that would be required by the city to get the course up to standards include $2.125 to $2.975 million for design and construction of a new pro shop and clubhouse, $800,000 to replace the irrigation system, and $750,000 for a new maintenance facility among the highest costs. Staff worked to improve the estimates, and reduced the size of the club-

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Councilmembers listen to City Manager Kevin Phelps discuss the costs related to keeping Glen Lakes Golf Course open or closing it and selling the land for future development during the Nov. 27 workshop.

house down to 4,000 square feet and a tent to cover the maintenance areas instead of a building. “We got more information from GMS about capital investment needs for the course and the estimates are for design costs, construction of pro shop and clubhouse, maintenance facility, course restroom, irrigation systems and other needs at the course,” Woytenko said. “We looked at assuming just a 4,000-square-foot clubhouse and

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pro shop with no food kitchen or food service and the new number is $1.525 million for the clubhouse.” Within the new estimates of $2.125 to $2.975 million costs, Woytenko said there was a large wiggle room when it comes to the costs. “A third of the total is the clubhouse and pro shop and I am not very comfortable with the $1.5 million estimate,” Woytenko said. “I think those numbers may be a little low and if we move forward with these numbers, we may have to come back for more funding in the future.” Also, if council had agreed to continue to run the golf course, Assistant City Manager Duensing said the city would have to borrow funds for the project. “If the course was to remain, the city would have to find the money, which would add to the debt service,” Duensing said. “If we financed the project, we would have to recoup $550,819 of original estimates to $274,664 in the new lower estimates from user fees for the course based on staff estimates.” Course numbers GMS took over operation of the course in March after Thom Harrison of Arizona Golf Ventures was removed as operator. Arizona Golf Ventures had managed the course since 2012 and recently notified the city it was facing difficult times. For fiscal year 2018-19, GMS budgeted for a net loss of $251,635, which the city is required to cover at the end of the fiscal year. Since GMS took over, it has made improvements to the course and has

shown increase of 2 percent in play over the time. In presenting council the options of continuing to own and maintain the course beyond the end of the year, Duensing showed the estimates of revenue versus expenses each month through June 2019. “I based my numbers on the 2 percent increase in rounds against the 12 percent lower expenses that GMS has done since July,” Duensing said. In staff numbers, the course has shown revenue of $15,646 in July, $16,224 in August and $8,700 in September based on rounds played on the course. Even with the increased play and lower reported expenses, the course was costing the city more than $80,000. “We got actual numbers from GMS for July through September on revenues and expenses and they still had a net loss of $88,126,” Duensing said. Through November, GMS has also cut budgeted expenses by 12 percent, which has lowered the projected net loss to the city down to approximately $183,115. “That is still what the cost to the city is at the end of the fiscal year,” Duensing said. The reports showed that the course only had a projected profit in three months out of the year with an estimated $10,919 in January, $9,628 in February and $58 in March. Every other month showed a net loss to the city, ranging from an estimated loss of $3,646 in April 2019 to a high of $36,943 (actual loss) in September this year. see

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GLEN LAKES FROM 4 Green space versus golf course After the Nov.13 workshop presentation to council after the course was forced closed after a building inspector said the buildings were unsafe to occupy, Barrel District Councilmember Bart Turner requested the costs if the course was closed with no golf, opposed to the course open with golf. Staff estimates presented Nov. 27 said the difference in cost to the city was projected to be small. “What would the cost to the city be with golf for 90 days as opposed to no golf for 90 days, and the short answer is it would be a little better off with golf,” Duensing said. “Based on estimates from staff, the city would be better off by around $5,200 with golf for 90 days.” The 90-day estimates were based on the written cancellation of the contract with GMS that is required in the original contract to run the course. Along with the capital investments needed at the course, staff reported

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that should council decide to save the course, the costs would increase each fiscal year. “The original issue in October was is the annual cost that the city would have to incur to keep Glen Lakes as a golf course,” Duensing said. “For fiscal year 2018-19, our revised estimate is that it will cost the city $402,980.” Duensing said that for fiscal years 2019-20 and 2020-21, costs would increase. “Moving forward, the difference between the revised estimates for the next two fiscal years is it would cost the city an estimated $665,829 each year,” Duensing said. “Those numbers include the estimates on the increased rounds of golf, those numbers are included in that number.” Mayor Jerry Weiers asked Duensing, how close he thought the estimates were for keeping the course open long-term. “That is somewhat of a loaded question,” Duensing said. “I would say they are exactly right, but it is difficult to say. If we maintain the course,

there would be a big effort to increase play out there. But to generate an additional $665,829, we are looking at an additional 33,000 rounds to make the course self-sustaining.” Residents continue efforts The Save Glen Lakes group that has been fighting the closure of the course still believe they can save the course, posting a request on social media they were, “ACTIVELY SEEKING A PRIVATE OWNER TO RUN GLEN LAKES AS A GOLF COURSE. The solution to keeping Glen Lakes is find someone to BUY the golf course. Supporters are actively looking for a buyer for the course. Do you know of a potential buyer, are you a realtor that can help?” Many said they will continue to fight to save the course. Discussion with numerous councilmembers said they would listen to residents. “I am willing to listen if they can come up with hard money to have someone purchase the course,” Sahuaro Councilmember Ray Malnar said. “Of course, if we were to agree

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to sell it to someone, it would have to have a caveat that it remain a golf course for a number of years.” Other councilmembers said they will listen, but believe it is time to think of every resident of Glendale. “We are charged with looking at what is best for the entire city of Glendale, not just the residents surrounding the course,” Yucca Councilmember Joyce Clark said. “Do we want to spend that kind of capital to rescue a golf course that, arguably, will never pay for itself and can we afford to do that.” Clark added that while the final decision is difficult, she did not believe the city should continue to subsidize the course. “I think about O’Neil pool that closed five years ago and you have probably a minimum 5,000 kids that now have no place to recreate in that area,” Clark said. “I have been on the fence during this entire process and I come back to it is a matter of competing interest and I hate to see one part of the city fighting with other parts of the city and that has been characterized in this.”


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Former freeway shooting suspect settles lawsuit Merritt’s lawyer, Jason Lamm, did not returns calls but original filings of the lawsuit alleged false arrest, false Over two years after being released imprisonment, malicious prosecution, from jail, Leslie Allen Merritt Jr. who negligence, intentional infliction of emowas accused of being the Arizona freetional distress and aiding and abetting way shooting suspect in 2015 has settled tortious conduct. a lawsuit with the Maricopa County Initially, Gov. Doug Ducey was named Attorney’s Office. in the suit, after Ducey tweeted “We got The agreement is for an undisclosed him!” when Merritt was arrested and beamount of money and final details were fore any announcement was released. not released. In the original notice of The original suit named the state of claim, Merritt’s attorneys were asking Arizona, Maricopa County Attorney Bill for $10 million in damages. Montgomery and Maricopa County as Leslie Allen Merritt Jr. Merritt was arrested in September defendants, as well as various John and 2015 and accused of being the shooter in Jane Does. a string of shootings along freeways throughout the state. “This is not a case against police,” Merritt’s original In the shootings, bullets broke windows, were lodged in attorney David Don told reporters during a Sept. 13, vehicles, but none of the people involved in the shoot- 2016 news conference announcing the suit. “This is a ings were injured. case against poor police work.” Merritt, 21, from Glendale, was charged with 28 felony Merritt was charged Sept. 23, 2015 with a total of 15 counts, including aggravated assault, criminal damage, felony counts, which included three counts of carrying disorderly conduct and intentional acts of terrorism. out a drive-by shooting, five counts of aggravated asHe was arrested at the Walmart on Northern and 55th sault, three counts of unlawfully discharging a firearm, avenues in Glendale by Department of Public Safety three counts of disorderly conduct, and one count of SWAT. endangerment.

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WEST VALLEY VIEW NEWS | NOVEMBER 22, 2018

It’s business license renewal time Any city business license is valid only for the calendar year in which it is issued. Each such city business license expires on Dec. 31 of each year and must be renewed annually. The city will automatically bill the annual license renewal fee unless you request a cancellation of your city business license. The renewal fee of $25 must be received by the Tax & License Division by the last business day in January of each year.”


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Council gives consensus on proposed lobbying ordinance BY DARRELL JACKSON The Glendale Star Editor

A council item of special interest brought forth by Yucca Councilmember Joyce Clark aimed at more transparency for public officials, hit a snag during the Nov. 27 council workshop to discuss the proposed ordinance. The ordinance, which is based on a similar ordinance the city of Phoenix has, says “each lobbyist must disclose to each city official with whom the lobbyist communicates that he or she is acting in the capacity of a lobbyist.” Should a lobbyist discuss an issue with a city official, that lobbyist would be required have registered with the city and produce a quarterly report. Those reports would have to list any expenditures including anything over twenty-five dollars itemized separately and any event expenditures also be reported. “I felt this is designed to prevent special interests from controlling the

political process,” Clark said. “It ensures ethical behavior on lawmakers and political official and enhances public confidence in our government.” Clark added that is does not prevent lobbyist from communicating with staff on proposed legislation, but it would restrict practices such as giving elected officials sporting event tickets, paying for meals or other entertainment events. “These practices, rightly or wrongly, have contributed to public perception that gifts and favors can buy access to legislature and sometimes it can affect their votes on issues,” Clark said. Councilmembers questioned the basis of the proposed ordinance. “I am a tad confused because most of this seems to be related to reporting of expenses and accepting gifts, rather than toward transparency on who is interacting with council members pro or con on an issue and that is where I thought we were heading,” Barrel District Councilmember Bart Turner

“I felt this is designed to prevent special interests from controlling the political process. It ensures ethical behavior on lawmakers and political official and enhances public confidence in our government.” said. “I haven’t noticed a major gifting issue and in our code of conduct policy prohibits us from accepting gifts from the public.” Vice-mayor Lauren Tolmachoff added that the proposed ordinance would move the city away from their aim of being more business oriented. “As far as political contributions, that is required by the candidate to report during our candidate reports and those are online,” Tolmachoff said. “I think we are trying to more towards a business friendly environment and requiring zoning attorney’s and other people to do more work, I just don’t believe that

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it just doesn’t create a very business friendly environment.” Sahuaro Councilmember Ray Malnar questioned what would be required to be reported by any lobbyist. “Seems a little arduous to require reporting everything a lobbyist talks to a councilmember,” Malnar said. “I get transparency, but I don’t know anywhere else that requirement for a lobbyist to report a phone call or meeting.” Malnar then asked City Attorney Michael Bailey about a specific situation, “if I lobbyist who contacts me over the phone or meets me somewhere, see

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Sixth Annual Hometown Christmas Parade Dec. 8 in downtown Glendale

The Hometown Christmas Parade starts at 11 a.m. Dec. 8 at 52nd and Glendale avenues, continues west on Glendale and ends at 58th Avenue, where parade entries turn south to the destaging area. Parking is available in the city parking garages and lots throughout the downtown area. The Valley-wide food drive parade celebrates the True Star of Christmas. The 2018 parade features Grand Marshal Luis Gonzalez. Luis Emilio Gonzalez, nicknamed “Gonzo,” is an American former baseball outfielder who played 19 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) for seven teams. Gonzalez spent his best years with the Arizona Diamondbacks and was one of the most popular players in the organization’s history. His

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game-winning hit in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series against New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera clinched the Diamondbacks’ first and only World Series championship to date. Gonzalez was a five-time All-Star

and won a Silver Slugger Award in 2001. After retiring from baseball in 2008, Gonzalez joined the Diamondbacks’ front office in 2009 as a special assistant to the president. The following year, the team retired his uniform num-

ber No. 20, making him the first player so honored by the Diamondbacks. Food donations go to support Hope for Hunger. There are no bleachers for viewing the parade; bring folding chairs.

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Aldama and Glendale firefighters remind residents about fire dangers during the holidays Councilmember Jamie Aldama speaks with Glendale Fire Chief Terry Garrison, Public Information Officer Ashley Losch and Outreach Coordinator Dr. Janet Boberg on holiday safety and public education programs on the latest “Glendale Today” with Councilmember Jamie Aldama TV show. The episode will focus on holiday safety tips, Glendale Fire Department’s public education programs and a Christmas tree fire/burn demonstration at Glendale Regional Public Safety Training Center (GRPSTC). Garrison will highlight fire prevention and recruitment efforts. Dr. Janet Boberg, Glendale Fire Department’s Public Education section, will discuss health and safety programs. Ashley Losch will inform viewers about Glendale Fire’s involvement with charities and other related subjects. “I look forward to the coming

holidays when we can all spend quality time with our families,” Aldama said. “More importantly, I want Glendale residents to be extra cautious and watchful for fire hazards this holiday season.” Watch “Glendale Today” with Jamie Aldama’s TV show, slated to begin airing at 8 p.m. Dec. 7 on Glendale 11. The show is a production of city-owned Glendale 11 TV station and airs daily on Glendale 11. It is also available through the city’s online video library at www.glendaleaz.com/video.

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Ocotillo District Councilmember Jamie Aldama, left, talks with Glendale Fire Chief Terry Garrison about fire dangers during the holidays on a Channel 11 TV show, set for broadcast Friday night.

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“There are times when I want to hear from many different people on certain issues. Am I going to be forced to have anyone who contacts me to give me their opinion on an issue to report that we had a discussion? That will hinder my opportunities to hear from everyone on certain issues.”

LOBBYING FROM 7 where there is no compensation like lunch, would they be required to report this.” Bailey said, “Under that scenario, they would have to register with the city but not report it if there was no expenditure.” After much discussion, and attempts by Clark to move forward with the ordinance, council gave consensus on moving forward with a possible ordinance but with only two items. “I believe we should have lobbyists sign in when they come to the council office for a meeting and register with the city as a lobbyists,” Turner said. After council gave consensus to move forward with that, Malnar wanted to clarify his stance days later. “Some of the things suggested, I just couldn’t agree with,” Malnar said via a phone call. “My problem is with tracking of every action that a lobbyist does with every official. Both Councilmembers Turner and (Ocotillo Councilmember Jaime) Aldama both seemed to

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suggest the same.” Malnar said he did not believe that transparency was a real problem and he only had questions about the proposed ordinance. “There are times when I want to hear from many different people on certain issues,” Malnar said. “Am I going to be forced to have anyone who contacts me to give me their opinion on an issue to report that we had a discussion? That will hinder my opportunities to hear from everyone on certain issues.” While a lobbyist is defined in the proposed ordinance as, “any person who is compensated to lobby for a person other than himself,” there were groups that could fall under that definition. “Would the Save Glen Lakes people be a lobbyist, not officially, but I do know they have raised funds, so under the definition, they would be one,” Malnar said. “As written, overall it is pretty accurate with what Clark wants and we just didn’t agree to continue with the reporting of it. We moved forward with the registering and a check in list at the council office.”

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Home Depot helps veteran refurbish home BY CAROLYN DRYER The Glendale Star Executive Editor

Nov. 29, the Home Depot Foundation partnered with Phoenix-based nonprofit Hands On Greater Phoenix to transform the exterior home of Jonathan Larkin, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served four years in Iraq. After he was discharged in 2007, Larkin continued to serve his country by running for elected office in the Arizona State House of Representatives, where he served from 2012-2016. Following his time in office, Larkin became temporarily unemployed and a vehicle collided into his living room, causing great financial burden and extensive damage to the home. Larkin said last week that when he left the Legislature, he was still going to school to earn his bachelor’s degree at DeVry, and decided to devote his time to school and “rolled that into a master’s program.” He had some funds

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Team Depot volunteers watch a small bulldozer break up the ground to prepare for laying turf and landscape rock.

in a savings account and that, along with G.I. education benefits, helped pay for his schooling. But other issues came his way. He

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code compliance, including landscaping, exterior painting, and a freshly paved driveway. He said he was having coffee with another Marine friend and mentioned the city of Glendale had an issue with code compliance “after nine years.” His friend worked with Veterans Community Connections, Larkin said, and they had worked on several outreach projects together. The friend called around and found a program that could offer Larkin some relief and get his home into compliance. Working with Hands On Greater Phoenix, Team Depot’s associate-led volunteer force showed up at Larkin’s house Nov. 29 with approximately 20 volunteers, who completed the work on the home on their day off. For the first time ever, instead of their traditional orange Home Depot gear, they were outfitted in military green T-shirts to see

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formed more than 40,000 homes and facilities for veterans across the country. Giving back to veterans is personal to The Home Depot, as more than 35,000 of the company’s associates have served in the military. To learn how to get involved in your community, visit ServeVeterans.com.

HOME FROM 12 honor the service men and women who have served their country. Team Depot site supervisor Billy Parker said early on Nov. 29 at the site he was the person who contacted Larkin and learned of his plight and how Larkin did not have the funds to bring his home into compliance. Parker then contacted Steve Woodhams from Hands On Greater Phoenix and they came to Larkin’s home to assess what Larkin needed. “He said he wanted landscape rock and turf,” Parker said. “But we wanted to do more — painting and fixing the plumbing. We’re doing artificial turf; there’s no sprinkler system that works; it’s beyond repair.” The 20 volunteers on site are from the same Home Depot District 130 in Phoenix and Glendale, Parker said. “We do primarily veteran projects to give back to those who gave so much to us,” Parker said. Mark Southard, who works in the lumber department of a Home Depot in Scottsdale, was using a hoe to tear grassroots out of the yard. Southard, who grew up in Glendale and attended Alhambra High School, said, “I have family members who are veterans. In my term, it’s giving back.”

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U.S. Marine Corps veteran Jonathan Larkin expresses thankfulness for the work Team Depot and Hands On Greater Phoenix did to bring his home up to code.

Team Depot member Brian Dyer said, “It’s nice to work with a company that allows us to give back.” Dyer has worked on 10 different volunteer projects. His wife is a thirdgeneration native of Glendale. When all the work was done later in the day, a new lawn was covered with landscape rock with a rectangular turf feature set off by a circle of brick pavers. The house had a new coat of paint and a sign stood in the middle to let people know Team Depot had completed another volunteer project. Larkin walked along the sidewalk later that day and said, “I think Arizona has a lot of great programs for veterans. I just hope this inspires other veterans to

reach out. We’re here for one another. I had no idea this was going to happen — just having coffee with a friend.”

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The project in Glendale is part of The Home Depot’s eighth annual Celebration of Service campaign to improve the homes and lives of U.S. military veterans and their families. Since 2011, The Home Depot Foundation has trans-

Since 2011, the Foundation has invested a quarter of a billion dollars in veteran-related causes and improved more than 40,000 veteran homes and facilities in 2,500 cities. In 2018, the Foundation committed an additional $50 million to train 20,000 skilled trades’ people over the next 10 years, starting with separating military members and veterans, at-risk youth and members of the Atlanta Westside community. To learn more about The Home Depot Foundation and see Team Depot in action, visit thd.co/community and follow us on Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram @teamdepot and on Facebook at facebook.com/teamdepot.

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Alaska USA Federal Credit Union announces new vice president for IM Applications

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Mayor’s Business of the Week – Honey Baked Ham Mayor Jerry Weiers presents Honey Baked Ham’s store manager Kelly Plank with the Business of The Week Certificate. For 38 years, Honey Baked Ham has called the northeast corner of Olive and 51st avenues home. Honey Baked Ham offers a lunch cafe, catering, and of course, meals with ham options to its customers.

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union has announced Michelle Bradshaw has accepted the position of vice president, IM Applications, at the Alaska USA Data Center in Glendale. Bradshaw comes to Alaska USA with more than 20 years of experience in information management. “Alaska USA has made a big investment in Arizona, and part of that investment means recruiting the best people in the area to help with Alaska USA’s digital infrastructure,” said Scott Chertkow, Senior Vice President, IM Applications. “Michelle has an amazing track record in the industry and a deep connection to the community. We’re very excited to have her join the Alaska USA team.”

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Encompass Health Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital’s

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The Glendale Union High School District Vocal Ensembles will perform at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 on the E. Lowell Rogers Amphitheater stage in Historic Downtown Glendale. The Holiday concert will feature performances from each of the nine Glendale Union High Schools and conclude with a 200-voice mass choir directed by guest conductor, Amy Van Winkle. The concert is free to attend.


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Arts & Entertainment Holiday happenings at Arrowhead Towne Center Photos with Santa and a free gift

Holiday showcase

Now through Dec. 24 in the JC Penney Court Santa is back for his 25th year at Arrowhead Towne Center. Visit Santa for a traditional holiday photo or join us during one of the special photo days including PJ Day, Ugly Sweater Day, or bring the entire family along for Grandparents Day. Don’t forget about your furry family members and bring them along for pet photos with Santa. Save money and time this year by pre-purchasing your photo packages online and selecting a reserved time for your visit.

Thursday through Sunday through Dec. 17 in the amphitheater Once again, ATC opens its doors to the community performing arts schools to bring festive music and dance to the shopping center this holiday season.

Nintendo Switch Holiday Experience

Now through Dec. 16 in the lower level near the Santa set The Nintendo Switch Holiday Experience is a vibrant family-friendly space that invites fans of all ages to stop in and experience all things Nintendo and get recommendations about what Nintendo prod-

ucts to buy for their friends and family members this holiday season. Hours: Monday-Thursday 4 to 9 p.m., Friday 3 to 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Christmas movies under the stars

Now through Dec. 22 in the amphitheater Watch all the holiday favorites in our amphitheater. Every Saturday night at Dusk starting December 1st. There will be popcorn, hot chocolate & giveaways for the entire family. Check back for movie listings. Movie dates: Dec. 8, 15 and 22

Festive events at Westgate Visit Santa Now through Dec. 24 Fountain Park Visit Westgate Entertainment District for photos with Santa. Share wishes, snap pictures and receive a free gift.* Plus, don’t forget to bring your paws to see the

Claus on select days. Photo packages are available for purchase, but are not required. All guests will receive one free downloadable photo. *While supplies last. Visit westgateaz.com/santa for hours.

Nightly snowfall

Now through Dec. 31 (excludes Christmas Day) Fountain Park, 7 and 8 p.m. Fountain Park is transformed into a living snow globe with nightly eight-minute snowfall shows at 7 and 8 p.m. Plus, enjoy snowfalls every hour from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Christmas Eve.

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Fridays and Saturdays Now through Dec. 22 5 to 9 p.m. at the AMC Theatres roundabout Hop in, take a spin and be whisked around Westgate Entertainment District on a carriage ride. The carriage pick-up and dropoff destination will be at the AMC Theatres roundabout. Carriage rides are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Santa Hustle 5K and Half-Marathon

Dec. 16 WaterDance Plaza, 8 a.m. Santa Hustle is coming to town. Jingle all the way through a 5K or half marathon course with candy and cookies, festive music, creative Christmas images and more. Visit santahustle.com/arizona for details and to register. Live music 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. every Friday and Saturday night at Westgate.


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Glendale Chamber Chair of the Board, Maria Brunner of OneAZ Credit Union, passes the flag atop Thunderbird Mountain.

Raising the flag BY ALYSIA SHERMAN Glendale Chamer Marketing & Communications Intern Grand Canyon University Student

On Nov. 10, during Veterans Day weekend, the Military & Veterans Affairs Committee held a flag-raising ceremony to pay tribute to those who have served and are serving in the U.S armed services. Attendees created a human chain to carry (hand-over-hand) the American flag to the newly installed flag pole at Arrowhead Point at Thunderbird Conservation Park. The flag is now permanently

displayed as a point of pride for residents and visitors alike. The event had a great turn out and will be remembered as a special day in Glendale for years to come. This flag is important because it symbolizes our city’s respect and support for all who choose to fight for our freedom. It is now a pinnacle point of our city that reminds visitors and residents the pride we take in our country. The Glendale Chamber will be responsible for maintaining the flag and making sure that it waves proudly atop Arrowhead Point for all to see.

The newest issue of Glendale LIVING! is finally here! In this issue you can read about all of the exciting things happening in Glendale, how to determine the flu from a cold, a sneak peek into how you can #experiencedowntownglendale and much more. Read what our Mayor, Jerry P. Weiers, says about all of the excitement that is happening in Glendale from entertainment, to new and exciting businesses opening in our area. Heather Lissner, Public Information Manager at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, offers the top five tips to making your travel more enjoyable this holiday season. Our very own Katy Engels, Director of Downtown Development, showcases

Desert Rose as a fun place to go to experience Downtown Glendale. There are lots of fun, and informative things to read about in this issue of Glendale LIVING! so be sure to grab a copy, sit down and enjoy.

Member Spotlight Arrowhead Towne Center BY ALYSIA SHERMAN Glendale Chamer Marketing & Communications Intern Grand Canyon University Student

With holidays such as Christmas quickly approaching you are going to want to check out the Arrowhead Towne Center. They have an abundance of different shops to browse while searching for the perfect gifts for your loved ones and plus they have so many delicious places to grab some grub while shopping around. Shopping Arrowhead Towne Center is also a great way to support businesses who are dedicated to going green. How do they manage this? They use energy efficient lighting protocols, provide mixed recycling compactors, use environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and they

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Join the Glendale Chamber of Commerce for FUEL, our monthly networking breakfast that will FUEL your business, your mind, and your Friday. Each month, this event will showcase a featured speaker, an opportunity for all members in attendance to introduce their company and/or products and services. In addition to the great connections over breakfast, we always close out the event with a great raffle. We hope to see you there - for more information, please call the Chamber office at 623-937-4754. 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. - Check-In & Networking 7:30 a.m. - Program Pricing: Members (with advanced reservation) - $15.00 Members (late reservations) - $20.00 Future Members - $60.00 Location: Cuff Restaurant, 5819 W. Glendale Ave.

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The following featured activities are offered by the Glendale Public Library in December. Locations include the Main Library, 5959 W. Brown St.; the Foothills Branch Library, 19055 N. 57th Ave.; and the Velma Teague Branch Library, 7010 N. 58th Ave. All library programs are free. To view more programs and events, or to sign up for a program which requires registration, visit http://bit.ly/gplazevents. For more information, call 623-9303600. Main library ‘all-ages event’ 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 8 LIBCON West! Get ready to let loose, drop in, and geek out! Glendale Public Library presents its third annual library comic convention. Celebrate all things pop culture, with cosplay, gaming, crafts, stories, authors, artists, trivia, shopping, food trucks, prizes and more at this free, family-friendly event. Libraries have activities for all ages For more information, visit www.libconwest.org. Main library adult 2 to 4 p.m. Dec.10 — in Creative Space *Senior Tech Academy: Computer Basics 102. Learn how to identify computer files and folders. Access Windows software to create and edit document files. This class will be held at the Glendale Community College Library & Media Center. We will provide a shuttle (with wheelchair access, if desired) from GPL Main Library to GCC for those who request it at the time of registration. Please register at the library. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13 — in auditorium Glendale Coffeehouse: Holiday Jam. Enjoy live acoustic music performed by local musicians. This month, members of our Acoustic Jam Session will entertain the audience with holiday favorites. Please note that performers for this event are scheduled in advance. Main library teen (ages 12-18) 6 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10 — in large meeting room Broomball for Not-Wizards! Bring your competitive spirit to battle other not-wizards out on the library lawn. We’ll provide the (blow-up) brooms, balls and hoops, you bring the energy! Sneakers and exercise wear recommended.

Main Library youth 4 to 5 p.m. Dec. 12 — in auditorium Arizona Broadway Theatre: “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Actors, costumes and props . . . oh my! Award-winning theater troupe Arizona Broadway Theatre for Young Audiences is bringing its show to the library. From the charming opening melodies of “Christmas Time Is Here” to Linus’ timeless reminder of what the season is all about, “A Charlie Brown Christmas” is the perfect way to introduce your kids to the magic of live performance! This program is geared for school-aged children, but younger kids are welcome if accompanied by an adult. Foothills Branch Library adult 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 10 — in Roadrunner Room TEARS Foundation Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group. The monthly emotional support group is open to all parents who have lost children during pregnancy or infancy. To be sensitive to others, no babies or children please. For more information, contact Brandy Martin, Arizona Chapter Leader of The TEARS Foundation at arizonachapter@ thetearsfoundation.org. 6 p.m. Dec. 11 — in the Roadrunner Room Acoustic Jam. Bring your acoustic instrument and play bluegrass, country, folk, gospel, and more round-robin style. All levels of players welcome. Audience and singers also are encouraged to attend. On the first and third Friday of each month. For more information, call 623-930-3844. 10 a.m. Dec. 12 – in the Hummingbird Room Gentle Reads book discussion group. Event held the second Wednesday of every month to discuss emotionally uplifting and inspirational fiction. This month’s selection: “The Walnut Tree” by Charles Todd. For more information, call 623-930-3844. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Dec. 12 — in Roadrunner Room Gentle Yoga: Relax and De-Stress. Yoga poses, breathing, meditation, and ideology can improve your health and well-being. Come practice increasing flexibility, strength, and balance in a gentle way. Learn simple breathing and

meditation practices you can use every day. Presented by Kula Yoga. Bring a yoga mat or blanket. For more information, call 623-930-3844. Foothills Branch Library youth 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Dec. 12 — Storytime Room Spectacular Winter Storytime. Join others for some fun winter themed stories followed by a special craft. Velma Teague Branch Library adult 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 22 Arts and Crafts Corner: Snowflake Beaded Ornament. Make a beautiful snowflake ornament using a stainlesssteel snowflake form and beads of your choosing. Registration is required. Velma Teague Branch Library teen (ages 12-18) Dec. 1 to 31 — in Teen Zone Teen Holiday Challenge. For the month of December, stop by our Teen Zone to complete our Holiday Challenge for a small prize (while supplies last) and

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be entered to win a Grand Prize. Velma Teague Branch Library youth Dec. 10 to 31 Holiday Snowman Make & Take Craft. Pick up a make-it-yourself craft at the Youth Desk anytime during regular library hours. All supplies will be provided. Crafters younger than 6 years old will need an adult helper. 4 to 5 p.m. Dec. 13 Getting Crafty with Miss Janet: Paper Plate Snow Globes. Come and join in the fun! Create a cool craft to keep or give as a gift! Crafters younger than 6 years old will need an adult helper. This month’s project will be Paper Plate Snow Globes. All supplies will be provided. Thursday This project is supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Library and Arts is a division of the Glendale Public Library Community Services Department.

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As Arizona Christian University prepares to take over the former Thunderbird School of Global Management at its new home, one added aspect that is expected to improve the school is getting athletic programs on campus. “Right now, it is tough for our teams to find practice times because we don’t have the space for the teams,” ACU Athletic Director Jeff Rutter said. “For example, we currently play our home football games at Shadow Mountain High School, and we have some great partnerships, but we can get bumped pretty easily and it is a big puzzle to find

the space and time for our teams.” Rutter, who has been with ACU for seven years, the past five as AD, has overseen the growth of the athletics program from 12 to 14 teams when he started to 25 after the school adds wrestling, men’s volleyball, women’s beach volleyball and e-sports in 2018-19. “I came from Azusa Pacific University and ACU President (Len) Munsil has a vision for ACU is to grow in size,” Rutter said. “(Munsil) wants the university to have an impact on the community and he believes athletics is a big part of that and that got me excited to come here.” Athletics has nearly doubled in size over the past five years, with lim-

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ATHLETICS FROM 18 to practice on and tennis courts.” He added that is just the beginning for the athletics program in Glendale. “Hopefully, quickly after that, we are planning for an arena and football stadium in the near future,” Rutter said. “While we have had success with a lot of our teams, all the expansion and having them on campus, will only make things better.” Firestorm rising ACU teams, nicknamed the Firestorm, are part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), primarily competing in the Golden State Athletic Conference (GSAC). Certain sports are also played in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA). Currently, men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, track and field and football; while women’s sports include acrobatics and tumbling, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field and volleyball. “Early on, the search for coaches was tough on the university,” Rutter said. “When I got here, even with approximately 12 programs, it was tough to get strong coaches to come here, but that has changed.” The first team was the 2007-08 men’s soccer team, which finished

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1-10 in its inaugural season, losing its first six games before its first victory against Southwestern (OK) Christian University. Months after Rutter took over five years ago, it was announced the Firestorm was going to start a football program and he was in charge of helping build the program. “When I was hired, the next month we began our football search for a coach and we did it pretty quickly with some great success,” Rutter said. His first hire was Donnie Yantis, former Paradise Valley football coach,

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The football team won the Central States Football League championship in 2015 and again in 2016, before joining the Golden State Athletic Conference last season. Among the biggest successes in the program have been men’s basketball, football, and tennis which have advanced to postseason play. “Men’s basketball has had a couple of sweet 16 appearances and our tennis program consistently gets to the national tournament, and football has been a tremendous accomplishment with a couple conference titles and being on the national picture consistently,” Rutter said. “We expect to do well in our leagues and the benchmark is when we get to the national playoffs and advance.” West Valley recruiting Rutter pointed to the university and the success it has had in recruiting in state and believes the West Valley is a great place to start. see

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December 6, 2018

December 6, 2018

Each year, the Manistee Justice Court hears thousands of eviction actions. The scope of an eviction action is generally quite narrow and usually involves a disagreement about whether or not the rent was paid. When this type of disagreement arises, the first thing I ask for is a valid receipt of payment. Frequently, as a receipt, I am provided with only a stub from a money order, unfortunately this does not prove that payment was made. It only proves where the money order was purchased. The tenant is usually disappointed when I tell them that this does not prove that the rent was paid or who it was paid to. A valid receipt shows several things, such as who the rent was paid to, how much the payment was for, the date it was paid and the signature of the person who

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What is a valid receipt? received it. A cancelled check is a perfect receipt or a written receipt that includes all of the necessary information. Even a photocopy of a money order signed and dated by the manager will work. Many property management companies use computer programs that allow tenants to pay online. When you make a payment online, be sure to go online the next day and make sure it was credited properly. If it was not credited, contact your manager immediately. There is no need to wait several weeks into the eviction process to come to court to point out that there was an error giving the manager a chance to fix it. If the property manager does not want to give you the proper credit, that is where the courts come into play. Bring everything to court that you have to include a checking

LESSONS FROM THE BENCH

Judge Donald Watts Manistee Justice Court

account statement showing that the money was taken out of your account. Do not forget to redact any information on the checking account statement that you do

not want made part of the public record. On a side note, a tenant cannot refuse to pay rent if certain things in the apartment do not work, (i.e. an air conditioner) this is called “rent strike.” However, the law does allow you certain remedies in the Landlord Tenant Act that you should be familiar with. Lesson from the bench: Always get valid receipt; it will help the judge reach a fair decision.

Jason Schecterle talks about his life during presentation at The Montecito Join The Montecito Senior Living to hear Jason Schecterle talk about his accident and how he has overcome adversity to live a wonderful, fulfilling life. His presentation takes place at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 12 in the Living Room at The Montecito, 17271 N. 87th Ave., Peoria. Reservations are required; RSVP to 623-972-1400.

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December 6, 2018

December 6, 2018

The Glendale Star

A mistake that clarified the ‘myth-take’ Here is a true story I think you will enjoy by an unknown author about Christmas. Read and enjoy. Each December, I vowed to make Christmas a calm and peaceful experience. I had cut back on nonessential obligations - extensive card writing, endless baking, decorating, and even overspending. Yet still, I found myself exhausted, unable to appreciate the precious family moments, and of course, the true meaning of Christmas. My son, Nicholas, was in kindergarten that year. It was an exciting season for a six-year-old. For weeks, he’d been memorizing songs for his school’s ‘Winter Pageant.’ I didn’t have the heart to tell him I’d be working the night of the production. Unwilling to miss his shining moment, I spoke with his teacher. She assured me there would be a dress rehearsal the morning of the presentation. All parents unable to attend that evening were welcome to come then. Fortunately, Nicholas seemed happy with the compromise. So, the morning of dress rehearsal, I filed in and found a spot on the cafeteria

floor and sat down. Around the room, I saw several other parents quietly scampering to their seats. As I waited, the students were led into the room. Each class, accompanied by their teacher, sat cross-legged on the floor. Then, each group, one by one, rose to perform their song. Because the public-school system had long stopped referring to the holiday as ‘Christmas,’ I didn’t expect anything other than fun, songs of reindeer, Santa Claus, snowflakes and good cheer. So, when my son’s class rose to sing, ‘Christmas Love,’ I was slightly taken aback by its bold title. Nicholas was aglow, as were all his classmates, adorned in fuzzy mittens, red sweaters, and bright snowcaps upon their heads. Those in the front row- center stage, held up large letters, one by one, to spell out the title of the song. As the class would sing ‘C is for Christmas,’ a child would hold up the letter C. Then, ‘H is for Happy,’ and so on, until each child holding up their letter had presented the complete message, ‘Christmas Love.’ The performance was going smoothly, until suddenly, we noticed her. There was

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COMMUNITY CONNECTION Pastor Ed Delph Church @ Community a small, quiet, girl in the front row holding the letter ‘M’ upside down – totally unaware her letter ‘M’ appeared as a ‘W’. The audience of 1st through 6th graders snickered at this little one’s mistake. She had no idea they were laughing at her, so she stood tall, proudly holding her ‘W’. Although many teachers tried to shush the children, the laughter continued until the last letter was raised. Then we all saw it together. A hush came over the audience and eyes began to widen. In that instant, we understood the reason we were there, why we celebrated Christmas in the first place, why even in the chaos, there was a purpose for our festivities. For when the last letter was held high, the message read loud and clear: ‘C H R I S T W A S L O V E.’

Do you know what? I believe, Christ still is love. There are two issues in life we must all settle. Who we are and what we do. Don’t confuse who you are with what you do. Once you know who you are by knowing Whose you are, then are you ready for what you do. Notice Christ was and is love. Love is who He is, not what He does. Because He is, He does. He doesn’t have to muster up some pretend because “it is the right thing to do” love. He doesn’t have to pray for love. He doesn’t need to become an actor to love. He loves simply because He is love. Our humanistic culture may try to suppress Christmas, repress Christmas, express Christmas, but the real power of Christmas is when you confess Christmas. Christ was love, God’s love, coming again and again, saying one thing. “For God so loved the world (you and me) that He gave…” Christ was Christmas. God clarified something without saying a thing. To learn more about Pastor Ed Delph, the Church-Community Connection and Nation strategy, call 623-376-6757, e-mail nationstrategy@cs.com.

Several nights before Christmas...

GUHSD’s Vocal Ensemble Honor Choir presents

Enjoy community performances in the E. Lowell Rogers Amphitheatre, visit with Santa, shop and eat at festival vendors and Downtown businesses !

Holiday Concert

Over 1.6 million L ED lights will illuminate the Downtown area though January 12 GLENDALE

UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Friday, December 7, 2018 7:30 PM Municipal Complex Amphitheater

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God’s Love Is Eternal We invite you to worship with us weekly

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SERVICE TIMES Sunday: Bible Study 9:00am Worship Service 10:30am Wednesday Evening: Prayer 6:30pm • Service 7:00pm Children & Youth Programs $5 Food Boxes:

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Dove of the Desert

United Methodist Church

First United Methodist Church of Glendale 7102 N. 58th Drive In Historic Downtown Glendale

Sunday Services:

Wednesdays: TeamKid, Youth Worship Bible Study & Prayer....................... 6:00 pm

8:00 am - Communion 9:00 am - Traditional Worship 10:10 am - Sunday School 11:11 am - Blended Worship

Dr. Mark Mucklow, Pastor www.fsbcg.org

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Everyone Is Welcome!

Harvest CHurCH 8340 W. Northern Ave. Glendale, AZ 85305 Information 623.334.9482 Dr. Ron G. Rockwell – Pastor

Sunday: 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. Nursery Provided

Wednesday: Family Night 7:00 p.m. www.hcaz.org

Harvest CHurCH 8340 W. Northern

Northern Ave. Glendale Ave.

83rd Ave.

Sunday Services: Bible Study ....................................... 9:15 am Morning Worship ............................ 10:30 am Discipleship Training ........................4:45 pm Evening Worship ..............................6:00 pm

We would love to have you worship with us, and invite you to learn more about us at: www.doveofthedesert.com Tel: 623-572-7334

Wednesday Bible Classes for all ages - 7:00 p.m.

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Our traditional services are at 8:00 am and 11:00 am,and our contemporary service is at 9:30 am.

Worship 10 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.

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You are welcome! Morning Worship .................................... 8:30 am Bible Study ........................................9:45 am Worship Service ..............................11:00 am Spanish Worship .............................11:00 am Wednesday Bible Study .................................................6:30 pm Saturday Worship ..............................6:00 pm www.fsbca.org

We offer three worship services each Sunday.

Sunday Bible Study 9 a.m.

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Dove of the Desert is a vibrant, multi-generational church located in NW Glendale at: 7201 W. Beardsley Rd. Glendale, AZ 85308

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First Southern Baptist Church of Avondale

10935 W. Olive Ave. Peoria 85345 Phone (623) 972-8479 office@westolive.com www.westolive.com

Increasing Love for God & Neighbor by Going Deeper, Reaching Farther, Transforming Lives”

OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP Roman Catholic Parish Glendale 5614 W. Orangewood Ave., Glendale • 623-939-9785 www.olph.com Mass Schedule - English M-F 6:15am & 8:30am Sat 8:30am & 5:00pm Sun 6:30am, 8:30am & 10:30am Mass Schedule - Spanish Fri 6:00pm (OLPH) Sat 7:00pm (Capilla) Sun 10:00am (Capilla), 12:30pm (OLPH) & 3:00pm (OLPH)


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NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Western American Loan, Inc., of Glendale, Arizona, reserving will sell at public/private auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at, Manheim Auto Auction, 201 N. 83 rd Ave, Tolleson, AZ 85353 after the 3rd day of December, 2018 the following motor vehicle: 2014 Chevrolet Sonic VIN: 1G1JA5SH5E4196270. Said above described motor vehicle was repossessed from Eduardo and Karla Esquivias, 24711 W. Dove Butte, Buckeye, AZ 85326 by Western American Loan, Inc., due to default under and by virtue of that certain security agreement dated on the 15th day of December, 2015, securing the sum of Eleven Thousand Four Hundred Seventy One and 64/100 (11,471.64) Dollars. Dated this 21st day of November, 2018. (s) Debbie Troutt for Western American Loan, Inc. Notice is hereby given that Eduardo and Karla Esquivias may redeem said vehicle for$1,107.40 including repossession charges of $125.00 and publishing fees of $18.00, by December 3rd, 2018. PUBLISHED: Glendale Star, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16986

PUBLIC NOTICE

November 7, 2018 Linda Miller, Robert Hiner 5852 E. Janice Way Scottsdale, AZ 85254 RE: Public Hearing, 6669 W. Mary Jane Lane, Peoria, AZ 85382 Parcel: 200-51-118 Legal Description: LOT ONE HUNDRED TEN (110), GRANADA ESTATE UNIT THREE, ACCORDING TO PLAT OF RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER OF MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, IN BOOK 121 OF MAPS, PAGE 4; Dear Sir or Madame: On August 23, 2018, the Glendale Police Department requested assistance from the Building Safety division due to what they believed were unsafe conditions associated with the property address of 6669 W. Mary Jane Lane. On August 27, 2018, an investigation of the property found the main structure in exceedingly poor condition. The front shade structure had collapsed, and a significant portion of the roof structure/membrane had been damaged due the recent storms, folding back off the roof and portions of the structure being transported by the wind. Additionally, the police officers informed me that there were individuals that are using the structure for shelter. On August 28, 2018 a Notice of Violation for an unsafe structure and attractive nuisance was sent to the above address, but no returned receipt was received, and no one responded to our requests for abatement of the unsafe portions of the structure. Upon reviewing the conditions at this property, we found that the structures were unsecured and an attractive nuisance. The structure and site were determined to be imminently unsafe an attractive nuisance as well as a public nuisance. Due to the hazards, as well as the lack of action taken by the property owner to abate the hazards, the City has scheduled a public hearing for December 19, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. in room B3 at 5850 W. Glendale Avenue, Glendale Arizona 85301. The room is located on the basement level of the Glendale City Hall Building below the council chambers. Free parking is located in the adjacent parking garage. At this hearing you, as the property owner, will be required to show just cause as to why action has not been taken, what action you intend to take to abate the hazards and when the work will be completed. Please be prepared to submit any relevant evidence to the hearing officer for review including estimates or bills. The City of Glendale will be seeking approval to move forward with the demolition of the structures as well as the removal of any improvements on the property. If you will be represented by an attorney at these proceedings you are required to notify Mr. Juris, in writing, of such representation and their contact information no later than 5:00 P.M. December 5, 2018. Failure to do so will result in the rescheduling of the hearing at your cost. Note: you, the property owner, are responsible for the costs of this appeal and all costs incurred by the City as part of this enforcement action. The City of Glendale has the authority to repair or demolish the structure(s), as outlined in IBC section 116.5.2.4.4, if the aforementioned items are not addressed. All costs that are incurred by the City of Glendale, in relation to the abatement process, are the sole responsibility of the property owner and are due upon receipt. Please submit all correspondence or queries for information to Robert Juris, Building Inspector Specialist. The address is: City of Glendale, Building Safety Division, 5850 W. Glendale, AZ 85301. I can also be reached via email at: rjuris@glendaleaz.com or at the phone number listed below. If you or any other parties of interest have any questions or need assistance, please contact me at: (623) 930-3172. Respectfully, /s/ Robert Juris Robert Juris Building Inspector Specialist Building Safety Division CC: Stephen Dudley, Building Official Sam McAllen, Development Services Director Tom Paradise, Building Safety Administrator Charles Jenkins, Fire Marshal Ed Ghahreman, Senior Building Inspector Mark Ptashkin, Building Inspection Supervisor Justine Cornelius, Building Safety Administrator Jim Gruber, Chief Deputy City Attorney Aaron Schepler, Assistant City Attorney Publish The Glendale Star December 6, 2018 and December 13, 2018 Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17079

PUBLIC NOTICE

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Telecommunications Facility

ORDINANCE NO. O18-79

Eco-Site, Inc. has submitted a request to the FCC to register an existing approx. 63’ tall mono-palm telecommunications tower with no marking or lighting system to be located at 7018 N 53rd Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301; coordinates of 33 32 20.70 N, 112 10 23.80 W. Interested parties may review the application by going to the FCC’s Antennae Structure Registration (ASR) website and entering the ASR application # A1120612. Members of the public may raise environmental concerns about the existing structure by filing a Request for Environmental Review with the FCC. The FCC strongly encourages interested parties to file such requests online and instructions to do so can be found on the FCC’s Environmental Request page (http://www.fcc.gov/asr/environmentalrequest) or send to: Ramon Williams, Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20554. Requests should also be sent to: FDH Infrastructure Services, ATTN: Richard Brainerd, 6521 Meridien Drive, Raleigh, NC 27616. In order for your comments to receive full and timely consideration, they should be received at the addresses above within 30 days of the date of this notice and reference FCC ASR file # A1120612. Published: Glendale Star, Dec 6, 2018 / 17035

AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, REZONING PROPERTY LOCATED AT 7437 NORTH 91ST AVENUE FROM A-1 (AGRICULTURE), C-3 (HEAVY COMMERCIAL) AND M-1 (LIGHT INDUSTRIAL) TO PAD (PLANNED AREA DEVELOPMENT) FOR A DEVELOPMENT PLAN ENTITLED “BROWNSTONE,” AMENDING THE ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND ORDERING THAT A CERTIFIED COPY OF THIS ORDINANCE IS RECORDED.

Garman Turner Gordon LLP William M. Noall Nevada Bar No. 3549 E-mail: wnoall@gtg.legal Dylan T. Ciciliano Nevada Bar No. 12348 E-mail: dciciliano@gtg.legal 650 White Drive, Ste. 100 Las Vegas, Nevada 89119 Tel: (725) 777-3000 Fax: (725) 555-3112 Attorneys for Plaintiff DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA CASE NO. A-18-777768-B DEPT. 11 NEVADA PROPERTY ONE, LLC dba THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS, a Nevada limited liability company, Plaintiff, vs. IRLEY ROMERO PEREZ, an individual, JOSE A. BRITO, an individual, JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A.; and DOE Individuals I-X and ROE Entities I-X, inclusive; Defendants. SUMMONS - CIVIL NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. IRLEY ROMERO PEREZ TO THE DEFENDANT(S): A civil Complaint has been filed by the Plaintiff against you for the relief set forth in the Complaint, to wit: Breach of Contract, Intentional Interference with Contractual Relations, Unjust Enrichment, Breach of the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Warranty, Conspiracy, Concert of Action, Intentional Misrepresentation, and Declaratory Relief. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons is served on you, exclusive of the day of service, you must do the following: File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court, with the appropriate filing fee. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the Plaintiff(s) and failure to so respond will result in a judgment of default against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in the Complaint. If you intend to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. The State of Nevada, its political subdivisions, agencies, officers, employees, board members, commission members and legislators each have 45 days after service of this Summons within which to file an Answer or other responsive pleading to the Complaint. STEVEN D. GRIERSON CLERK OF COURT By: Deputy Clerk Date Regional Justice Center 200 Lewis Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89155 Issued at the direction of: Garman Turner Gordon LLP /s/ Dylan T. Ciciliano William M. Noall Nevada Bar No. 3549 DYLAN T. CICILIANO Nevada Bar No. 12348 650 White Drive, Ste. 100 Las Vegas, Nevada 89119 Tel: (725) 777-3000 Fax: (725) 777-3112 Attorneys for Plaintiff Note: This action relates to Defendant Irley Romero Perez’s failure to repay debts due and owing under a credit instrument to the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. Claims for Relief include Breach of Contract; Intentional Interference with Contractual Relations; Unjust Enrichment; Breach of Warranty; Conspiracy; Concert of Action; Intentional Misrepresentation; and Declaratory Relief. PUBLISHED Glendale Star Nov 29, Dec 6, 13, 20, 2018 / 16418

ORDINANCES RESOLUTION NO. R18-174 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF TOLLESON POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENHANCING THE EFFORTS TO COMBAT, LINK, AND SOLVE VIOLENT CRIME INVOLVING FIREARMS. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens that the memorandum of understanding between the Glendale Police Department and the City of Tolleson Police Department for participation in the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to enhance the efforts to combat, link, and solve violent crimes involving firearms be entered into, which memorandum is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale. SECTION 2. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute all documents necessary on behalf of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17089

WHEREAS, the City of Glendale Planning Commission held a public hearing on October 18, 2018 in zoning case ZON18-08 in the manner prescribed by law for the purpose of rezoning property located at the southeast corner of 91st and Orangewood Avenues from A-1 (Agriculture), C-3 (Heavy Commercial) and M-1 (Light Industrial) to PAD (Planned Area Development); WHEREAS, due and proper notice of such public hearing was given in the time, form, substance and manner provided by law, including publication of such notice in The Glendale Star on September 27, 2018; and WHEREAS, the City has considered the individual property rights and personal liberties of the residents of the city before adopting this zoning ordinance; and WHEREAS, the City of Glendale Planning Commission recommended to the mayor and the council the zoning of property as described above and the mayor and the council desire to accept such recommendation and rezone the property described on Exhibit A to PAD (Planned Area Development) in accordance with the development plan currently on file with the planning division as of the date of this ordinance. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That a parcel of land in Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona located at 7437 North 91st Avenue and more accurately described in Exhibit A to this ordinance, is conditionally rezoned from A-1 (Agriculture), C-3 (Heavy Commercial) and M-1 (Light Industrial) to PAD (Planned Area Development). SECTION 2. That the rezoning provided for is conditioned and subject to the following: A TIA (Traffic Impact Analysis) is required to establish the turn lanes at access points. If peak hour trips exceed 40 vehicles per hour then a turn lane is required. Along 91st Avenue, 65 feet half street right-of-way shall be dedicated along with rightof-way improvements. Additional improvement identified in the TIA are also required. If the site plan cannot establish an access point at Zanjero Boulevard than any other access point along 91st Avenue shall be a right-in right-out only and median break will not be granted. Along Orangewood Avenue, 40 feet right-of-way shall be dedicated with half street right-of-way improvements. Alignment of access point on Orangewood Avenue with one of the driveways to the north is required. A 35 feet half street right-of-way shall be dedicated along 89th Avenue in addition to half street improvements. All required dedication of right-of-way shall be made before building permits are issued for any development on the property. A Phase I Assessment shall be required for dedications. All power lines adjacent to the site under 69KV shall be placed underground. At the beginning phase of development, Planning’s Design Review application, the property owner/developer shall coordinate with the Peoria Unified School District regarding the Adequate School Facility Form in hopes of fostering a partnership to assist with the school district’s needs. Development shall comply with the City’s Engineering Design and Construction Standards or as modified by the appropriate department. Development of the site is subject to Design Review approval as depicted in Section 3.600 of the City’s Zoning Ordinance. SECTION 3. The City of Glendale Zoning Map is amended by this ordinance to reflect the change in districts referred to and the property described in Section 1 above. SECTION 4. That the City Clerk is accordingly instructed and authorized to forward a certified copy of this ordinance for recording to the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office. SECTION 5. That the provisions of this ordinance shall become effective thirty (30) days after passage of this ordinance by the Glendale City Council. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Exhibits are on file with the City Clerk Department of the City of Glendale. They can be found as part of the agendas as well as in a searchable format on the City Clerk webpage at http://www.glendaleaz.com/Clerk/index. The City Clerk Department can be reached at 623-930-2252 or at Cityclerk@glendaleaz.com. Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17081


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ORDINANCES

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PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE

RESOLUTION NO. R18-169 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AMENDING THE GENERAL PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, ARIZONA, BY APPROVING GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT GPA18-07 PERTAINING TO PROPERTY LOCATED AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF 91ST AND ORANGEWOOD AVENUES (7437 NORTH 91ST AVENUE). BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That the General Plan Map of the City of Glendale, Arizona, is amended by approving General Plan Amendment GPA18-07, amending the General Plan Land Use Map from MDR 3.5 (Medium Density Residential, up to 3.5 du/ac) to MHDR 12 (Medium High Density Residential, up to 12 du/ac) for property located at 7437 North 91st Avenue. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17084

RESOLUTION NO. R18-170 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AMENDING THE GENERAL PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, ARIZONA, BY APPROVING MAJOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT GPA18-04 FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 15249 NORTH 59TH AVENUE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That the General Plan Map of the City of Glendale, Arizona, is amended by approving General Plan Amendment GPA18-04 amending the General Plan Land Use Map from CCC (Corporate Commerce Center) and EDU (Education) to CCC (Corporate Commerce Center) and MHDR 8 (MediumHigh Density Residential, 8 dwelling units per acre) for property located at the southeast corner of 59th Avenue and Greenway Road (15249 North 59th Avenue). PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17085

NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS NO. 19-15

CITY OF GLENDALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the City of Glendale auctions surplus City property on a biweekly basis at Sierra Auctions and City Vehicles monthly at Westerns Sales Management. For further information, visit the Sierra Auction website www.sierraauction.com and Western Sales Management website https://wsmauctioneers.com/ Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17078

NOTICE OF HEARING Person Filing: Joseph F. Causey, (Esq. [GAL] Address: 5415 E. High Street, Suite 200 City, State, Zip Code: Phoenix, Arizona 85054 Telephone: 480-304-8331 Email Address: josephcauseylaw@gmail.com Attorney for Petitioner SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA MARICOPA COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING REGARDING GUARDIANSHIP Case Number: 2018052123 In the Matter of the Guardianship for: BRIAN RICHMOND An Adult. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: Your rights may be affected. An important court proceeding that affects your rights has been scheduled. If you do not understand this notice, contact a lawyer for help. NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Petitioner, has filed with the Court the following Petition and other court papers indicated below. PETITION FOR PERMANENT APPOINTMENT OF A GUARDIAN Affidavit of Person to be Appointed COURT HEARING: A court hearing has been scheduled to consider the petition and matters in the court papers as follows: as follows: HEARING DATE and TIME: January 16, 2019 at 9:00 A.M. HEARING PLACE: Maricopa County Superior Court, 18380 N. 40th Street Phoenix, AZ 85032. JUDICIAL OFFICER: Hon . James Rummage- Northeast Facility, Courtroom 109 RESPONSE TO PETITION: You are not required to response to the Petition. But if you choose to respond, you may do so by filing a written response or by appearing in-person at the hearing. If you choose to file a written response: File your original written response with the court. Provide a copy to the office of the Judicial Officer named above; and Mail a copy to all interested parties at least 5 business days before the hearing. If you object to any part of the Petition or Motion that accompanies this notice, you must file with the court a written objection describing the legal basis for your objection at least three (3) days before the hearing date or you must appear in person or through an attorney at the time and place set forth in the notice of hearing. There is a FEE for filing a response. If you cannot afford the fee, you may file a Fee Deferral Application to request a payment plan from the Court. Dated: 11/26/18 (s) Joseph F. Causey, Esq. Attorney for Petitioner Publish Glendale Star Dec. 6, 13, 20 2018 / 16993

ORDINANCES ORDINANCE NO. O18-83 AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A NON-EXCLUSIVE STORM WATER MONITORING EASEMENT LOCATED AT THE ARIZONA CANAL DIVERSION CHANNEL NEAR HEARN DRIVE AND ACOMA ROAD AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO RECORD A CERTIFIED COPY OF THIS ORDINANCE. WHEREAS, the City is permitted by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, in agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), for the City’s storm water drainage system; WHEREAS, Pursuant to the NPDES permit, the City is required to perform storm water monitoring at various locations in the City; WHEREAS, one of the City’s five storm water monitoring stations was relocated approximately 170 feet southwest of Hearn Road and Acoma Road in 2010 to property owned by the Flood Control District of Maricopa County (District), to remain compliant with the NPDES permit; WHEREAS, the District is granting a Non-Exclusive Storm Water Monitoring Easement to the City for the purpose of constructing, operating, repairing and maintaining storm water monitoring facilities and appurtenances;

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF GLENDALE, ARIZONA WILL RECEIVE PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING THE FOLLOWING: REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE SERVICES THE PROPOSAL DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET HOME PAGE AT HTTPS://WWW.GLENDALEAZ.COM/PURCHASING. EACH PROPOSAL SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SPECIFICATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED THEREIN. EACH PROPOSAL SHALL BE SEALED, IDENTIFIED AND RECEIVED BY THE CITY OF GLENDALE AT 5850 WEST GLENDALE AVENUE, SUITE 317, GLENDALE, ARIZONA, 85301 ON OR BEFORE 2:00 P.M. LOCAL TIME, DECEMBER 20, 2018. THE CITY OF GLENDALE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL PROPOSALS AND TO WAIVE INFORMALITIES.

ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: Werner Collision Center, LLC II The address of the registered office is: 21249 N 36th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85050 The name of the Statutory Agent is: Else Kolton, Kolton Consulting, 8900 E Pinnacle Peak Road, #E-207, Scottsdale, AZ 85255 III Management of the Limited Liability Company is reserved to the members. The names of each person who is a member are: Ronald T Werner, 21249 N 36th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85050 Lynn M Werner, 21249 N 36th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85050 Publish The Glendale Star Nov 22, 29, Dec 6, 2018 /16565

CITY OF GLENDALE BY: KEVIN R. PHELPS CITY MANAGER PUBLISH: THE GLENDALE STAR PUBLISHING DATE DECEMBER 6, 2018 / 17080

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ORDINANCES ORDINANCE NO. O18-82 AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING THE OFFER AND PURCHASE OF LAND FROM MARICOPA COUNTY TREASURER FOR THE SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ALONG 67TH AND ORANGEWOOD AVENUES, SPECIFICALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MYRTLE AVENUE AND 67TH AVENUE AND DIRECTING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTS FOR THE PURCHASE AND DIRECTING CITY CLERK TO RECORD A CERTIFIED COPY OF THIS ORDINANCE. WHEREAS, in July 2016, City Council approved the City entering into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Arizona Department of Transportation (C-10970) for design and construction of pedestrian improvements along 67th Avenue between Glendale and Orangewood Avenues and along Orangewood Avenue between 67th and Grand Avenues; and WHEREAS, in April 2017, City Council approved the City entering into Amendment No. One to the Intergovernmental Agreement (C-10970-1), which increased federal funding for the design and construction of the project, which was needed due to ADOT review cost proposals coming in higher than initial estimates; and WHEREAS, a contiguous property to existing City right-of-way is required for the project; and

WHEREAS, a Non-exclusive Storm Water Monitoring Easement benefits the City as a permitted location for one of the City's stormwater monitoring stations (ACDC10) as required by its NPDES permit.

WHEREAS, the property is tax deeded and can be purchased from the Maricopa County Treasurer for nominal value by making an offer; and

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows:

WHEREAS, based on the County’s procedure, if the City’s offer is accepted, the County will transfer the property by issuing a Quit-Claim Deed.

SECTION 1. That the City is hereby accepting an easement for the location of a storm water monitoring station pursuant to the Non-Exclusive Storm Water Monitoring Easement, which is attached as Exhibit 1. Upon the execution of the Easement by the District, the City will have legal title to an easement for the purpose of constructing, and operating, repairing, maintaining the City’s stormwater monitoring facilities on the District’s property. SECTION 2. That the Council hereby authorizes and instructs the City Manager to accept and execute the Non-Exclusive Storm Water Monitoring SECTION 3. That the City Clerk is accordingly instructed and authorized to forward a certified copy of this ordinance for recording to the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office. SECTION 4. That the provisions of this ordinance shall become effective thirty (30) days after passage of this ordinance by the Glendale City Council. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager

WHEREAS, the purchase of land is in the public interest for the City of Glendale. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. The City Manager and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute the Maricopa County Parcel Offer Form for Tax-Deeded Land “Common/Contiguous Parcel” Sale with an offer of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250.00) and all documents, including a pre-payment, necessary to make such offer and to acquire the Property from the County. SECTION 2. That the duly authorized disbursing officers of the City of Glendale be authorized and directed to pay all sums necessary to acquire said real property in accordance with such Parcel Offer Form, as well as all recording fees, if needed, and other costs necessary for the acquisition of the said real property. SECTION 3. That the provisions of this ordinance shall become effective thirty (30) days after passage of this ordinance by the Glendale City Council. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018.

Exhibits are on file with the City Clerk Department of the City of Glendale. They can be found as part of the agendas as well as in a searchable format on the City Clerk webpage at http://www.glendaleaz.com/Clerk/index. The City Clerk Department can be reached at 623-930-2252 or at Cityclerk@glendaleaz.com.

[Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager

Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17083

Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17082

NOTICE OF HEARING Person Filing: ANETA WOJCIK, 18205 W GLENROSA, GOODYEAR, AZ 85395 (602)448-2881 Telephone: (602)448-2881 Representing Self, without a Lawyer  SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY Case Number: CV2018-006646 NOTICE OF HEARING REGARDING APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME In the Matter of: KAMIL WOJCIK Name(s) of person(s) requesting name change: KAMIL WOJAK READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY. An important court proceeding that affects your rights has been scheduled. If you do not understand this Notice or the other court papers, contact an attorney for legal advice. 1. NOTICE: An application for Change of Name has been filed with the Court by the person(s) named above. A hearing has been scheduled where the Court will consider whether to grant or deny the requested change. If you wish to be heard on this issue, you must appear at the hearing at the date and time indicated below. 2. COURT HEARING. A court hearing has been scheduled to consider the Application as follows: DATE: 12/11/18 TIME: 10 AM BEFORE: Commissioner David Garbanno LOCATION: 101 W Jefferson 8th Floor Courtroom 813, Phoenix, AZ 85003 DATED: 05/25/2018 Applicant Signature: (s) Aneta Wojcik Aneta Wojcik Publish The Glendale Star Nov. 15, 22, 29, Dec. 6, 2018 / 16564

ORDINANCES RESOLUTION NO. R18-180 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, APPROVING THE 2018-2021 GLENDALE TRANSIT TITLE VI PLAN. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens that the 2018-2021 Glendale Transit Title VI Plan be approved. The 2018-2021 Title VI Plan is incorporated herein by this reference and is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale. SECTION 3. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute, deliver, and record any documents necessary to effectuate the purposes of this resolution. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST:[Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17095

NOTICE OF BID VALLEYLIFE INVITATION TO BID NOTICE TO BID This a federally funded project Davis-Bacon will be enforced and Section 3 applies NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that bids will be received until Wednesday December 19, 2018 no later than 3:00 p.m. at VALLEYLIFE from general contractors for the remodeling of 2 group homes, in Glendale, Arizona. You can obtain a full BID package from VALLEYLIFE, 1142 W. Hatcher Rd. Phoenix, Arizona 85021. Contractors desiring to submit proposals may obtain a complete BID package with full scope of work to be done as well as the date the pre-bid conference will be held and where. For project information call Jim Anderson, 602-331-2404. The successful bidders must provide written documentation to meet Section 3 and Davis- Bacon requirements and City of Glendale requirements. The winning contractor must execute all parts of the BID package and a Current 1099 and proof of insurance upon signing contract with VALLEYLIFE and prior to Notice to Proceed being issued. It is the contractor’s responsibility to obtain all necessary permits and inspections. Attention is called to the provisions for Equal Employment opportunity, and the payment of not less than the prevailing Davis-Bacon Wage determinations set forth in the Project Manual and applicable to this project. VALLEYLIFE reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any information in the bidding. Sealed bids must be detailed per cost of work performed must be submitted on contractors estimate sheet for the scope of work listed. Incomplete BID will be eliminated from the selection. BIDS must be delivered to VALLEYLIFE no later than 3:00pm on Wednesday December 19, 2018. No bids will be accepted after 3:00pm. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at 10:00 am on Friday December 21, 2018. VALLEYLIFE will review all the BIDS received for compliance to BID directions, Bid bond, scope of work and requirement before the winning BID is announced. Winning contractor will be notified on Friday December 21, 2018. VALLEYLIFE 1142 W. Hatcher Rd. Phoenix, Arizona 85021. VALLEYLIFE was established in 1947, is a 501 (c)(3) non profit corporation that enhance the quality of life of people with disabilities. Publish: Glendale Star Nov. 22, 2018 / 16749


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ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: UNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES LLC II The address of the registered office is: 5919 W SACK DRIVE, GLENDALE, AZ 85308 The name of the Statutory Agent is: CHARLES IDEMUDIA 5919 W SACK DRIVE, GLENDALE, AZ 85308 III Management of the Limited Liability Company is vested in a manager or managers. The names 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: JULIA BUKUNOLA IDEMUDIA, 5919 W Sack Drive, GLENDALE, AZ, 85308 Member and Manager. CHARLES IDEMUDIA 5919 W Sack Drive, GLENDALE, AZ, 85308 Member and Manager. JEMIMA IDEMUDIA 5919 W Sack Drive, GLENDALE, AZ, 85308 Member. JEWEL IDEMUDIA 5919 W Sack Drive, GLENDALE, AZ, 85308 Member. Published Glendale Star, Nov 29, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16902

THOMAS G. ASIMOU, SBA #018977 RICHARD A. ALCORN, (of counsel) SBA #006657 MEAGAN M. POLLNOW SBA #028841 NICOLE M. LOPEZ, SBA #033500 ASIMOU & ASSOCIATES, PLC 5050 NORTH 40TH STREET, SUITE 220 PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85018 Ph: (602) 604-0011 Fax: (602) 445-3686 tom@asimoulaw.com Attorney for Personal Representative Shannon Christie IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA Case No. PB2018-000640 NOTICE TO CREDITORS (For Publication) (Assigned to Commissioner Carolyn Passamonte In the Matter of the Estate of: STEPHEN C. PETERS, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Shannon Christie has been appointed as Personal Representative of the Estate of Stephen C. Peters (the “Estate”). All persons having claims against the Estate are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented by delivering or mailing a written statement of the claim to the Personal Representative in care of Thomas G. Asimou, Esq., Asimou & Associates, PLC 5050 N. 40th Street, Suite 220, Phoenix, Arizona 85018. DATED this 16th day of November, 2018 ASIMOU & ASSOCIATES, PLC By: /s/ Thomas G. Asimou, Esq. Thomas G. Asimou, Esq. Richard A. Alcorn, Esq. (Of Counsel) Megan M. Pollnow, Esq., Nicole M. Lopez, Esq. Attorneys for Shannon Christie Original of the foregoing filed with the Clerk of the Court this 16 day of November with copy of the foregoing hand-delivered to: Commissioner Carolyn Passamonte Maricopa County Superior Court 101 West Jefferson Street, #513 Phoenix, Arizona 85003 Copies of the foregoing mailed this 16th day of November, to: Ms. Bridget Peters 9465 W. Post Road, #2120 Las Vegas, NV 89418 Daughter of Stephen Peters /s/ __________________ Publish Glendale Star, Nov. 29, Dec 6, Dec 13, 2018 / 16809

ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: Millennium Hope International (MHI) Inc. II The address of the registered office is: 1926 N 54 Dr, Glendale AZ 85301 The name of the Statutory Agent is: Joseph W Charles PC III Management of the Limited Liability Company is vested in a manager or managers. The names 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: Chairm of the Board Directors: J. Mulbh Soloyanwollie - 7926 N 54th Dr., Glendale AZ 85301 Taking Office: Director: Amanda J Boakye, 7740 E Thomas Rd #174, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Director: Gregory Chambliss - 7926 N 54th Dr., Glendale AZ 85301 Incorporator: J Mulbh Soloyanwollie 7926 N 54th Dr., Glendale AZ 85301 Publish The Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 13, 20, 2018 / 16994

ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: BINH THIEN NGUYEN AZ ASSOCIATION II The address of the registered office is: 10905 W GRANADA RD, AVONDALE, AZ 85392 The name of the Statutory Agent is: BINH XUAN PHAM III Management of the Limited Liability Company is vested in a manager or managers. The names 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: Director BINH XUAN PHAM 10905 W GRANADA RD, AVONDALE, AZ, 85392. Director YEN DUNG VAN 10421 E JAN AVE, MESA, AZ, 85209, Director, KIMANH TA VO 3111 W TINA LANE, PHOENIX, AZ, 85027 Published Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 13, 2018 /16808

ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: Early Bird Designs, LLC II The address of the registered office is: 12479 W. Palm lane, AVONDALE, AZ 85392 The name of the Statutory Agent is: BriAnna Suzanne Poe III Management of the Limited Liability Company is vested in a manager or managers. The names 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: BriAnna Suzanne Poe, manager,12479 W. Palm lane, AVONDALE, AZ 85392; organizer BriAnna Suzanne Poe , manager 12479 W. Palm lane, AVONDALE, AZ 85392, Published Glendale Star Nov 29, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16801 ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: KITTY'S KRAFTING LLC II The address of the registered office is: 4139 W Camino Vivaz, GLENDALE, AZ, 85310 The name of the Statutory Agent is: Catherine Elizabeth Jenkins III Management of the Limited Liability Company is vested in a manager or managers. The names 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: Published Glendale Times, Dec 6, 13, 20, 2018 / 17050

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Name of Person Filing Document: Peter Van Camp Address: 7014 North 55th Avenue City, State, Zip Code: Glendale, AZ 85301 Representing: Personal Representative, SHERRI LYNN EZELL SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA MARICOPA COUNTY Case No. PB2018-003762 NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND/OR INFORMAL PROBATE OF WILL In the Matter of the Estate of PAULINE E. GRISWOLD, deceased. NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT: 1. _ SHERRI LYNN EZELL has been appointed Personal Representative of this Estate on October 22, 2018. My address is c/o Peter Van Camp, 7014 North 55th Avenue, Glendale, Arizona 85301. 2. DEADLINE TO MAKE CLAIMS: All persons having claims against the Estate are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or the claims will be forever barred. 3. NOTICE OF CLAIMS: Claims must be presented by delivering or mailing a written statement of the claim to the Personal Representative at: 7014 North 55th Avenue, Glendale, Arizona 85301. 4. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT: A copy of the Notice of Appointment is attached to the copies of this document mailed to all known creditors. Dated: November 14,2018 (s) SHERRI LYNN EZELL Publish Glendale Star Nov. 29, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16756

ORDINANCES

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE OF SALE

RESOLUTION NO. R18-176 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF BUCKEYE POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENHANCING THE EFFORTS TO COMBAT, LINK, AND SOLVE VIOLENT CRIME INVOLVING FIREARMS.

NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Western American Loan, Inc., of Glendale, Arizona, reserving will sell at public/private auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at, Manheim San Diego, 4691 Calle Joven, Oceanside, CA 92057 after the 6th day of December, 2018 the following motor vehicle: 2013 Dodge Avenger VIN: 1C3CDZAB4DN752884 Said above described motor vehicle was repossessed from Ashley Watson Holmes, 4424 E. Basline Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85042 by Western American Loan, Inc., due to default under and by virtue of that certain security agreement dated on the 10th day of May, 2018, securing the sum of Nine Thousand Three Hundred Seventy Two and 24/100 (9,372.24) Dollars. Dated this 26th day of November, 2018. (s) Debbie Troutt for Western American Loan, Inc. Notice is hereby given that Ashley Watson Holmes may redeem said vehicle for $2,657.90 including repossession charges of $570.00 and publishing fees of $18.00, by December 6 th , 2018..PUBLISHED: Glendale Star, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16987

NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Western American Loan, Inc., of Glendale, Arizona, reserving will sell at public/private auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at, Manheim Auto Auction, 201 N. 83 rd Ave , Tolleson, AZ 85353 after the 7th day of December, 2018 the following motor vehicle: 2015 Ford Fiesta VIN: 3FADP4BJ9FM132695 Said above described motor vehicle was repossessed from Tyreema Barrett, 16630 N. Reems Rd., Surprise, AZ 85374 by Western American Loan, Inc., due to default under and by virtue of that certain security agreement dated on the 28th day of May, 2017, securing the sum of Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Eight and 81/100 (10,758.81) Dollars. Dated this 27th day of November, 2018. (s) Debbie Troutt for Western American Loan, Inc. Notice is hereby given that Tyreema Barrett may redeem said vehicle for $1,567.14 including repossession charges of $240.00 and publishing fees of $18.00, by December 7th, 2018. PUBLISHED: Glendale Star, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 17046

NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Western American Loan, Inc., of Glendale, Arizona, reserving will sell at public/private auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at, Manheim Auto Auction, 201 N. 83 rd Ave , Tolleson, AZ 85353 after the 6th day of December, 2018 the following motor vehicle: 2011 Kia Sorento VIN: SXYKU4A25BG177922 Said above described motor vehicle was repossessed from Shaun Davis, 2702 W. Yorkshire Dr. Phoenix, AZ 85027, by Western American Loan, Inc., due to default under and by virtue of that certain security agreement dated on the 9th day of November, 2017, securing the sum of Fifteen Thousand Fifty Nine and 60/100 (15,059.60) Dollars. Dated this 26th day of November, 2018. (s) Debbie Troutt for Western American Loan, Inc. Notice is hereby given that Shaun Davis may redeem said vehicle for $2,724.92 including repossession charges of $29000 and publishing fees of $18.00, by December 6 th , 2018.. PUBLISHED: Glendale Star, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16989

NOTICE OF HEARING

NOTICE OF HEARING

NOTICE OF HEARING Person Filing: MARISOL SANCHEZ Address (if not protected): 3849 W GARDEN DR., PHOENIX, AZ 85029 Representing Self, without a Lawyer SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING REGARDING APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: CV2018-053214 In the Matter of: Kenneth Emory Green IV Name(s) of person(s) requesting name change. TO: NAME READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY. An important court proceeding that affects your rights has been scheduled. If you do not understand this Notice or the other court papers, contact an attorney for legal advice. 1. NOTICE: An application for Change of Name has been filed with the Court by the person(s) named above. A hearing has been scheduled where the Court will consider whether to grant or deny the requested change. If you wish to be heard on this issue, you must appear at the hearing at the date and time indicated below. 2. COURT HEARING. A court hearing has been scheduled to consider the Application as follows: DATE: TIME: BEFORE: Commissioner HOLDINGS 18380 North 40th Street Courtroom 105 Phoenix, AZ 85032

NOTICE OF HEARING Person Filing: Jared R. Causey Address: 5415 E. High Street, Suite 200 City, State, Zip Code: Phoenix, Arizona 85054 Telephone: 602-529-8049 Email Address: jrcausey.law@gmail.com Attorney for Petitioner SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA MARICOPA COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING REGARDING GUARDIANSHIP Case Number: 2018-051691 In the Matter of the Guardianship for: CECILIA HERNANDEZ An Adult. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: Your rights may be affected. An important court proceeding that affects your rights has been scheduled. If you do not understand this notice, contact a lawyer for help. NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Petitioner, has filed with the Court the following Petition and other court papers indicated below. PETITION FOR PERMANENT APPOINTMENT OF A GUARDIAN Affidavit of Person to be Appointed COURT HEARING: A court hearing has been scheduled to consider the petition and matters in the court papers as follows: as follows: HEARING DATE and TIME: Tuesday, 18 December, 2018 @ 9a.m. HEARING PLACE: 18380 N. 40th Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 (NE Court). JUDICIAL OFFICER: Commissioner James Rummage. RESPONSE TO PETITION: You are not required to response to the Petition. But if you choose to respond, you may do so by filing a written response or by appearing in-person at the hearing. If you choose to file a written response: File your original written response with the court. Provide a copy to the office of the Judicial Officer named above; and Mail a copy to all interested parties at least 5 business days before the hearing. If you object to any part of the Petition or Motion that accompanies this notice, you must file with the court a written objection describing the legal basis for your objection at least three (3) days before the hearing date or you must appear in person or through an attorney at the time and place set forth in the notice of hearing. There is a FEE for filing a response. If you cannot afford the fee, you may file a Fee Deferral Application to request a payment plan from the Court. Dated: 11/2/18 (s) Jared R. Causey Attorney for Petitioner Publish Glendale Star, November 15, 22, 29, Dec 6, 2018 / 16598

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens that the memorandum of understanding between the Glendale Police Department and the City of Buckeye Police Department for participation in the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to enhance the efforts to combat, link, and solve violent crimes involving firearms be entered into, which memorandum is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale. SECTION 2. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute all documents necessary on behalf of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17091 RESOLUTION NO. R18-177 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF A VEHICULAR FIELD TRAINING AGREEMENT WITH THE MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ON BEHALF OF ITS COLLEGES AND SKILL CENTERS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING STUDENTS THE VEHICULAR FIELD EXPERIENCE. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens thereof that a Vehicular Field Training Agreement with the Maricopa County Community College District on behalf of its Colleges and Skill Centers for the purpose of providing the vehicular field experience necessary for students to receive their emergency medical technician/paramedic certification required by ADHS be entered into, which agreement is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale. SECTION 2. That the Mayor or City Manager and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute and deliver said agreement on behalf of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17092

NOTICE OF HEARING Person Filing: MARISOL SANCHEZ Address (if not protected): 3849 W GARDEN DR., PHOENIX, AZ 85029 Representing Self, without a Lawyer SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING REGARDING APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case Number: CV2018-053212 In the Matter of: Andrew Marus Green Name(s) of person(s) requesting name change. TO: NAME READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY. An important court proceeding that affects your rights has been scheduled. If you do not understand this Notice or the other court papers, contact an attorney for legal advice. 1. NOTICE: An application for Change of Name has been filed with the Court by the person(s) named above. A hearing has been scheduled where the Court will consider whether to grant or deny the requested change. If you wish to be heard on this issue, you must appear at the hearing at the date and time indicated below. 2. COURT HEARING. A court hearing has been scheduled to consider the Application as follows: DATE: Dec. 21, 2018 1:30pm BEFORE Commissioner HOLDINGS 18380 North 40th Street Courtroom 105 Phoenix, AZ 85032 DATED: 11/9/18 Applicant's Signature: /s/ Marisol Sanchez Publish The Glendale Star Nov. 29, Dec 6, 13, 20 2018 / 16652

ORDINANCES RESOLUTION NO. R18-181 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHOR- IZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AND ACCEPT A WARRANTY DEED FROM JUAN A. GARCIA SR. FOR CITY PAVING IMPROVEMENTS ALONG 71st AVENUE BETWEEN MYRTLE AND ORANGEWOOD AVENUES WHEREAS, City approved a design contract on November 24, 2014 with RitochPowell and Associates for City pavement management program, Contract 9452; WHEREAS, the design for widening and improvement of 71st Avenue between Myrtle and Orangewood Avenues identified a seven-foot portion of Mr. Garcia’s property is needed for road widening; WHEREAS, Mr. Garcia signed a Letter of Intent on May 3, 2017, agreeing to the City’s offer of zero dollars for seven feet of property, and the City constructing a concrete driveway with asphalt transition to Mr. Garcia’s property line as part of the project; WHEREAS, to transfer such property to the City, Mr. Garcia signed Warranty Deed for the property on August 23, 2017; WHEREAS, on February 13, 2018, Council authorized the City Manager to enter into a Construction contract (C180138) with Combs Construction Company, Inc. for the 71st Avenue Paving and 71st Avenue Waterline Replacement projects; WHEREAS, the City has determined that the portion of Mr. Garcia’s property is needed for the 71st Avenue Paving Project and it would benefit the citizens of Glendale and be in the public interest if the City accepted conveyance by Mr. Garcia now, concurrent with the completion of the project. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That the City Manager or his designee is hereby authorized to accept a Warranty Deed from Juan A. Garcia. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST:[Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17096


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RESOLUTION NO. R18-182

RESOLUTION NO. R18-179

RESOLUTION NO. R18-178

RESOLUTION NO. R18-175

A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, REQUESTING EXEMPTION FROM THE REQUIREMENT BY THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ARIZONA TO POST SECURITY FOR THE CITY OF GLENDALE’S SELF-INSURED WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS.

A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, ENTERING INTO AMENDMENT NO. 3 OF THE HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT.

A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING ACCEPTANCE AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF THE ARIZONA STATE LIBRARY, ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC RECORDS GRANTS-IN-AID PROJECT NO. SGIA 19-A-17, FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE LIBRARY STAFF.

A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF EL MIRAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENHANCING THE EFFORTS TO COMBAT, LINK, AND SOLVE VIOLENT CRIME INVOLVING FIREARMS.

ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMIS-SION FOR I Name: COLE’S FURNITURE REPAIR LLC II The address of the registered office is: 17594 W Agave Ct, GOODYEAR, AZ 85338, The name of the Statutory Agent is: David Allen Francis III Management of the Limited Liability Company is vested in a manager or managers. The names of each person who is a manager and each member who owns a twenty percent or great-er interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Member, Cole Hinzmann, 13961 N 133rd Drive, SURPRISE, AZ, 85379. Organizer: David Francis 17594 W Agave Ct, GOO-DYEAR, AZ, 85338 Published Glendale Star, Dec 6, 13, 20, 2018 / 17024

WHEREAS, pursuant to A.R.S.§23-902, the City is subject to State Worker’s Compensation Laws, and WHEREAS, Glendale City Charter, Art. II, Sec. 1 empowers the City Council with all powers of the City, not in conflict with the Constitution and subject to the limitations of the Charter, and allows it to enact appropriate legislation and do and perform any and all acts and things which may be necessary and proper to carry out these powers or any of the provisions of the Charter; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the approved revised rules of The Industrial Commission of Arizona dated April 4, 2005, Section R20-5-1114, the City may meet its statutory obligations by issuing a statement that the City of Glendale, a chartered Arizona municipality and duly qualified Arizona Workers’ Compensation is self-insured, and requests an exemption from the requirements to post security for pending self-insured workers’ compensation claims. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That the City of Glendale has a fully-funded workers’ compensation trust fund sufficient to cover actuarial liabilities for workers’ compensation as determined by the self-insurer in accordance with Glendale City Code Sec. 2-202(b) and the Government Accounting Standards Board Statement #10 SECTION 2. That the City of Glendale provides funding to the workers’ compensation trust fund each fiscal year sufficient to cover actuarial liabilities for workers’ compensation as determined by the self-insurer in accordance with Glendale City Code Sec. 2-202(b) and the Government Accounting Standards Board Statement #10. SECTION 3. That based upon the above statements, the City of Glendale meets the conditions required under subsection (A) of The Industrial Commission of Arizona Section R20-5-1114. SECTION 4. That the City Manager or his designee shall immediately notify The Industrial Commission of Arizona and provide security as otherwise required by Section R20-5-1114, should the workers’ compensation trust fund have insufficient funds to cover all workers’ compensation liabilities of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST:[Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17097

WHEREAS, on January 21, 2015, the City entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement with Maricopa County Human Services Department for a HOME (Contract No. C-22-15-042-3-00) sub-recipient grant in the amount of $512,309; WHEREAS, the City and the County executed Amendment No. 1 (Contract No. C-22-15-042-3-01) on July 8, 2015 amending the scope of work and increasing funding by $200,000 to a total of $712,309; WHEREAS, the City and the County executed Amendment No. 2 (Contract No. C-22-15-042-3-02) on December 7, 2016 to extend the contract termination to June 30, 2018; and WHEREAS, Maricopa County and the City wish to enter into Amendment No. 3 (Contract No. C-22-15-042-3-03) further extending the Agreement termination date. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens thereof that Amendment No. 3 be entered into extending the Agreement termination date from June 30, 2018 to June 30, 2019. SECTION 3. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute, deliver and file any and all documents necessary to effectuate said Agreement on behalf of the City of Glendale. [Signatures on following page] PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of October, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST:[Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17094

NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Western American Loan, Inc., of Glendale, Arizona, reserving will sell at public/private auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at, Manheim Auto Auction, 201 N. 83 rd Ave , Tolleson, AZ 85353 after the 3rd day of December, 2018 the following motor vehicle: 2012 Toyota Corolla VIN: 5YFBU4EE3CP040110 Said above described motor vehicle was repossessed from Kristina Romero, 5940 N. Kioha Dr., Eloy, AZ 85131 by Western American Loan, Inc., due to default under and by virtue of that certain security agreement dated on the 24th day of April, 2015, securing the sum of Sixteen Thousand Three Hundred and 02/100 (16,300.02) Dollars. Dated this 21st day of November, 2018. (s) Debbie Troutt for Western American Loan, Inc. Notice is hereby given that Kristina Romero may redeem said vehicle for $5,574.46 inc l u d i n g r e p o s s e s s i o n c h a r g e s of $212.00 and publishing fees of $18.00, by December 3rd, 2018. PUBLISHED: Glendale Star, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16985

WHEREAS, the City of Glendale requested grant funding from the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records for the State Grants-in-Aid Project No. SGIA 19-A-17. WHEREAS, the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records has awarded the City $11,376.00 and the City agrees to a matching expenditure of $11,376.00. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens to accept and enter into the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records Grants-in-Aid Project No. SGIA 19-A-17 for the professional development and training of the City of Glendale Library Staff. SECTION 2. That the City of Glendale accept and expend the $11,376.00 grant award and provide a local match in the amount of $11,376.00. SECTION 3. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute, deliver, and record any documents necessary to effectuate the purposes of this resolution. [Signatures on the following page.] PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST:[Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17093

NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Western American Loan, Inc., of Glendale, Arizona, reserving will sell at public/private auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at, Manheim Auto Auction, 201 N. 83 rd Ave , Tolleson, AZ 85353 after the 6th day of December, 2018 the following motor v e h i c l e : 2 0 0 8 T o y o ta Sc i o n VI N : JTKKU104X8J025878 Said above described motor vehicle was repossessed from Ginger Rogers, 7677 W. Paradise Ln., Peoria, AZ 85382 by Western American Loan, Inc., due to default under and by virtue of that certain security agreement dated on the 27th day of December, 2014, securing the sum of Thirteen Thousand Seventy Three and 44/100 (13,073.44) Dollars. Dated this 26th day of November, 2018. (s) Debbie Troutt for Western American Loan, Inc. Notice is hereby given that Ginger Rodgers may redeem said vehicle for $5,405.76 inc l u d i n g r e p o s s e s s i o n c h a r g e s of $426.00 and publishing fees of $18.00, by December 6 th , 2018. PUBLISHED: Glendale Star, Dec 6, 13, 2018 / 16988

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens that the memorandum of understanding between the Glendale Police Department and the City of El Mirage Police Department for participation in the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to enhance the efforts to combat, link, and solve violent crimes involving firearms be entered into, which memorandum is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale. SECTION 2. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute all documents necessary on behalf of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17090 RESOLUTION NO. R18-183 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT ENTITLED “COST PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT” BETWEEN THE CITY OF GLENDALE AND THE ROOSEVELT IRRIGATION DISTRICT FOR THE RID CC2 CANAL-MARYLAND AVENUE EXTENSION. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens thereof that the Intergovernmental Agreement, Cost Participation Agreement, with the Roosevelt Irrigation District for the RID CC2 Canal-Maryland Avenue extension in the City of Glendale be entered into, which agreement is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale. SECTION 2. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute, deliver and file any and all documents necessary to effectuate said agreement on behalf of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST:[Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17098

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RESOLUTION NO. R18-172

RESOLUTION NO. R18-173

A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF PEORIA POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENHANCING THE EFFORTS TO COMBAT, LINK, AND SOLVE VIOLENT CRIME INVOLVING FIREARMS.

A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF GOODYEAR POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENHANCING THE EFFORTS TO COMBAT, LINK, AND SOLVE VIOLENT CRIME INVOLVING FIREARMS.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows:

SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens that the memorandum of understanding between the Glendale Police Department and the City of Peoria Police Department for participation in the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to enhance the efforts to combat, link, and solve violent crimes involving firearms be entered into, which memorandum is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale.

SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens that the memorandum of understanding between the Glendale Police Department and the City of Goodyear Police Department for participation in the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to enhance the efforts to combat, link, and solve violent crimes involving firearms be entered into, which memorandum is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale.

SECTION 2. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute all documents necessary on behalf of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018.

SECTION 2. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute all documents necessary on behalf of the City of Glendale.

[Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager

PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager

Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 1708

Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17088

RESOLUTION NO. R18-171 A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE ENTERING INTO OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE GLENDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE CITY OF SURPRISE POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED BALLISTIC INFORMATION NETWORK FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENHANCING THE EFFORTS TO COMBAT, LINK, AND SOLVE VIOLENT CRIME INVOLVING FIREARMS. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE as follows: SECTION 1. That it is deemed in the best interest of the City of Glendale and the citizens that the memorandum of understanding between the Glendale Police Department and the City of Surprise Police Department for participation in the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to enhance the efforts to combat, link, and solve violent crimes involving firearms be entered into, which memorandum is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendale. SECTION 2. That the City Manager or designee and the City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute all documents necessary on behalf of the City of Glendale. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, this 27th day of November, 2018. [Jerry P. Weiers] Mayor Jerry P. Weiers ATTEST: [Julie K. Bower] Julie K. Bower, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED AS TO FORM: [Michael D. Bailey] Michael D. Bailey, City Attorney REVIEWED BY: [Kevin R. Phelps] Kevin R. Phelps, City Manager Published: Glendale Star, Dec. 6, 2018 / 17086


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READER NOTICE: Arizona Registrar of Contractors Advertising by Contractors In any advertising for services, performed by licensed contractors, the following guidelines may be useful to prevent false and misleading advertisements. • Any advertisement, including the name of the business, should not imply the name of a building trade or craft for which the contractor is not duly licensed. • Advertisements, including the name of the business, should not imply that you can perform work outside the scope of work allowed under your license. • Commercial and residential contracting are regulated separately, and therefore the license should be appropriate for the work you are promoting. • All advertising, including websites, letterheads, business cards, fixed signs, mobile signs, other business forms and documents and radio and television commercials used in the conduct of business under your license should include the license number and the company name under which you are licensed. Written forms of advertising should include “ROC” preceding any license number. Referencing the ROC on Websites Internet websites referencing the Arizona Registrar of Contractors are requested to include hypertext links to https://roc.az.gov, the Arizona Registrar of Contractors’ web-site. Advertising by unlicensed contractors Contracting or Advertising Without a License is a Crime. Source https://roc.az.gov/contracts

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