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he Sahuarita Sun, once a section of the Green Valley News, was launched in July of 2006 to serve the young, rapidly growing community of Sahuarita. This affluent community of young families and active adult resort communities enjoys a 26% annual growth rate and has been demographically discovered All rights reserved to Green Valley News and Sun. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by large national, and strong by Federal Law and is subject to Federal Law regional retailers. Published every Prosecution. Wednesday, the Sahuarita Sun delivers critical news and information regarding schools, town council, business development and items of regional interest to its avid reader base. Located 25 miles south of Tucson, and just 145 miles south of Phoenix, Green Valley offers the amenities of Currently, there are five shopping centers under city life without the traffic and congestion of the cities. various stages of construction, with more planned Green Valley is recognized as one of the best places for the future. Located just 20 miles south of Tucson, to retire in the nation. This active senior community Sahuarita offers an affluent lifestyle surrounded by was designed to deliver unparalled recreational, an abundance of natural beauty. This community is cultural, and social activities. The community has one of the fastest growing towns in Arizona, and the eight championship golf courses, twelve worldSahuarita Sun delivers this desirable audience to its class recreation centers, and an abundance of local shopping centers. The Green Valley News & Sun advertises like no other medium. delivers an audience of affluent, active, and involved seniors to local, regional and national advertisers. G R E E N VA L L E Y

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district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water

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Some Green Valley residents scolded Phelps Dodge Sierrita representatives Wednesday for not moving fast enough to stem a plume of offensive water flowing under parts of Green Valley. Therre were shouts, raised voices and accusations by some of the 40 people there. But a state environmental representative entative said the company appears to be on track to mee et official deadlines for action.. Phellps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed d to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada

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well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo

The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the. But a state environmental

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$154.98

$144.98

$134.98

$124.98

$114.98

3H

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63”

$947.33

$884.33

$821.33

$758.33

$695.33

3F

4.88” x 15”

45”

$678.23

$633.23

$588.23

$543.23

$498.23

3E

4.88” x 12.5”

37.5”

$566.11

$528.61

$491.11

$453.61

$416.11

3D

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30”

$453.98

$423.98

$393.98

$363.98

$333.98

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22.5”

$341.86

$319.36

$296.86

$274.36

$251.86

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4.88” x 5”

15”

$229.73

$214.73

$199.73

$184.73

$169.73

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4.88” x 2.5”

7.5”

$117.61

$110.11

$102.61

$95.11

$87.61

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3.22” x 21”

42”

$633.38

$591.38

$549.38

$507.38

$465.38

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3.22” x 15”

30”

$453.98

$423.98

$393.98

$363.98

$333.98

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25”

$379.23

$354.23

$329.23

$304.23

$279.23

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3.22” x 10”

20”

$304.48

$284.48

$264.48

$244.48

$224.48

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15”

$229.73

$214.73

$199.73

$184.73

$169.73

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10”

$154.98

$144.98

$134.98

$124.98

$114.98

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3.22” x 2.5”

5”

$80.23

$75.23

$70.23

$65.23

$60.23

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1.55” x 10”

10”

$154.98

$144.98

$134.98

$124.98

$114.98

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1.55” x 7.5”

7.5”

$117.61

$110.11

$102.61

$95.11

$87.61

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1.55” x 5”

5”

$80.23

$75.23

$70.23

$65.23

$60.23

1A

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2.5”

$42.86

$40.36

$37.86

$35.36

$32.86

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13 WK

26 WK

52 WK

6H

9.88” x 21”

126”

$1,606.50

$1,499.40

$1,392.30

$1,285.20

$1,178.10

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90”

$1,147.50

$1,071.00

$994.50

$918.00

$841.50

6E

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75”

$956.25

$892.50

$828.75

$765.00

$701.25

6D

9.88” x 10”

60”

$765.00

$714.00

$663.00

$612.00

$561.00

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45”

$573.75

$535.00

$497.25

$459.00

$420.75

6B

9.88” x 5”

30”

$382.50

$357.00

$331.50

$306.00

$280.50

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6A

9.88” x 2.5”

15”

$191.25

$178.50

$165.75

$153.00

$140.25

4H

6.55” x 21”

84”

$1,071.00

$999.60

$928.20

$856.80

$785.40

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4E

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50”

$637.50

$595.00

$552.50

$510.00

$467.50

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40”

$510.00

$476.00

$442.00

$408.00

$374.00

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30”

$382.50

$357.00

$331.50

$306.00

$280.50

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20”

$255.00

$238.00

$221.00

$204.00

$187.00

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6.55” x 2.5”

10”

$127.50

$119.00

$110.50

$102.00

$93.50

3H

4.88” x 21”

63”

$803.25

$749.70

$696.15

$642.60

$589.05

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4.88” x 15”

45”

$573.75

$535.50

$497.25

$459.00

$420.75

3E

4.88” x 12.5”

37.5”

$478.13

$446.25

$414.38

$382.50

$350.63

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4.88” x 10”

30”

$382.50

$357.00

$331.50

$306.00

$280.50

3C

4.88” x 7.5”

22.5”

$286.88

$267.75

$248.63

$229.50

$210.38

3B

4.88” x 5”

15”

$191.25

$178.50

$165.75

$153.00

$140.25

3A

4.88” x 2.5”

7.5”

$95.63

$89.25

$82.88

$76.50

$70.13

B ......................................................................................... 5”

2H

3.22” x 21”

42”

$535.50

$499.80

$464.10

$428.40

$392.70

3.22” x 15”

30”

$382.50

$357.00

$331.50

C ......................................................................................... 7.5”

2F

$306.00

$280.50

2E

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25”

$318.75

$297.50

$276.25

$255.00

$233.75

D ........................................................................................ 10”

2D

3.22” x 10”

20”

$255.00

$238.00

$221.00

$204.00

$187.00

2C

3.22” x 7.5”

15”

$191.25

$178.50

$165.75

$153.00

$140.25

E ......................................................................................... 12.5”

2B

3.22” x 5”

10”

$127.50

$119.00

$110.50

$102.00

$93.50

2A

3.22” x 2.5”

5”

$63.75

$59.50

$55.25

$51.00

$46.75

1D

1.55” x 10”

10”

$127.50

$119.00

$110.50

$102.00

$93.50

1C

1.55” x 7.5”

7.5”

$95.63

$89.25

$82.88

$76.50

$70.13

1B

1.55” x 5”

5”

$63.75

$59.50

$55.25

$51.00

$46.75

1A

1.55” x 2.5”

2.5”

$31.88

$29.75

$27.63

$25.50

$23.38

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4B 6.55” x 5” (20” total)

1D 1.55” x 10” (10” total)

4E 6.55” x 12.5” (50” total)

3F 4.88” x 15” (45” total)

3E 4.88” x 12.5” (37.5” total)

4C 6.55” x 7.5” (30” total)

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3A 4.88” x 2.5” (7.5” total)

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2A 3.22” x 2.5” (5” total)

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said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. olded Phelps Dodge Sierrita representatives Wednesday for not moving fast enough to stem a plume of offensive water flowing under parts of Green Valley. There were shouts, raised voices and accusations by some of the 40 people there. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for

well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that p plume clean ned up.” Peggy eggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” No orris said the plume was here e before PDSI bought the. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for actio on. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water

olded Phelps Dodge Sierrita representatives Wednesday for not moving fast enough to stem a plume of offensive water flowing under parts of Green Valley. There were shouts, raised voices and accusations by some of the 40 people there. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion g Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean

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By Philip Franchine Farmers www.sahuaritasun.c Investment om CO), which Co. owns 7,000 (FIAs Green of pecan acres orchards, pecan grovesValley’s iconic said they want comm are conver to homes unity input and busin ted how the land on over the should be esses oped next 40 to develso that if 50 years, the owner or when children, s want to grandchildr their that the riverfr ensure other future en or ont is rehabi itated, that owners get lfarmin large amoun out of open space ts of plans g, there will be master are preser approv that Sahua ved and of Sahuarita ed by the town rita Road does not become overlo ty. Such plans,and Pima Counaded. That’s what they hope, guarantee will Dick and that Walde n Nan overru the area is told not n by Quail Creek 150 people at oped in the growth or develat two June on June 29 and ion of, say piecemeal fashthe San Fernan they gently 30 meetings as Valley in do Los Angel idea of develointrod uce the es. For ping the green example, a lack orchards of planni that could easily ng many reside are beloved by rita Road, overload Sahuants. which would The Walde hurt ns, owner s of SEE PECANS , PAGE A9

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Rural/Metro firefighters put ALEX DALENBERG a house in the out a blaze | THE SAHUARITA that consum 6400 block SUN roads Saturda ed a tool shed of y afternoon. East Noyes Street near start to the holiday Wilmot and outside There were Sahuarita no injuries weekend for unclear what Diane Moylan , but it was a frustrat started the ing and her family blaze. Moylan luck, joking of six. that miss his power the worst thing about did her best to shrug off It was the the bad was irreplac tools. “If I didn’t laugh, fire was that her husban eable... I would cry,” d insurance agent.” I had no plans this she said. “But would weekend. I nothing can spend time with an

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By Philip Franchine The propos www.sahuaritasun.c ed om says floodin drainage plan Garag e sale the pecan g could occur in signs groves as be legaliz far east ed Monda could as Nogales the Town y Highway Council voteswhen 100-year floods during revamped on a a Santa until there sign is Cruz other things code. Among ment Projec River Improve, the propo code also t. would allow sed The draina kinds of busine ge item all on the consent agendis listed tise on 15-foot sses to adverso a, and will freeway signs. not The counc all conse be discussed, as nt agend on a Sahua il also will vote a items are voted rita Road upon Phase II drainage together. plan, staff recom acknowledges one that staff mendation The an interi is for m soluti vent floodin would not preon “that allows storm g east of La ta Road during Villirunoff water major floods. SEE SIGNS, PAGE A9

By Ellen Sussm an Special to The to Tucson Sahuarita Sun for CEO Ray a night out. El Charr Flores said Phoen it name with o Café, a recogn ized considix area vs. Sahua was the decades of rita for Mexic an cuisin reputation “we’re ering a fifth locati when has opene e in Tucso on, and very happy d n, sion.” with our cho Marke a fifth location at deciRan- ketpla The restaurant, tplace in in the marSahuarita. ce near The 145-se Interstate at restau an eclect rant brings Sahuarita Road, 19 ic range has been and about a month of menu plus a Sunda open items . General night menu, y brunch, a partner a daily Fiesta late- called Sam Gelar Hour, an evenings di Happy for outdoor “very lively, bar those who deck, a DJ and dining go to a restau” but on Friday sicians on nights, mu- just for the food, rant Saturday come Septem nights, and, has fine-tu ned El Charro Café its menu accommodat ber, a banquet room on years of develo based ing ping creati twists to It also brings up to 90 people standard ve Mexican ites. a much-neede. restaurant favoroption to d A sautée ing diners the area, d spinac giv- room another reason h and mush closer to enchilada to stay home instea topped with d of headin queg SEE EL CHARRO , PAGE A9

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olded Phelps Dodge Sierrita representatives Wednesday for not moving fast enough to stem a plume of offensive water flowing under parts of Green Valley. There were shouts, raised voices and accusations by some of the 40 people there. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new

well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo

The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the. But a state environmental

representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo

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90”

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70”

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126”

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60”

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30”

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105”

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75”

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50”

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90”

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$627.98

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147”

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105”

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70”

$628.98

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$418.98

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7.66” x 5”

35”

$315.73

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126”

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90”

$807.98

$717.98

$627.98

$537.98

$447.98

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6.55” x 10”

60”

$539.48

$479.48

$419.48

$359.48

$299.48

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30”

$270.98

$240.98

$210.98

$180.98

$150.98

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105”

$942.23

$837.23

$732.23

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75”

$673.73

$598.73

$523.73

$448.73

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5.44” x 10”

50”

$449.98

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$349.98

$299.98

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25”

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$114.36

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84”

$754.28

$670.26

$586.28

$502.28

$418.28

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4.33” x 12.5” 60”

$539.48

$479.48

$419.48

$359.48

$299.48

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4.33” x 10”

40”

$360.48

$320.48

$280.48

$240.48

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4.33” x 5”

20”

$181.48

$161.48

$141.48

$121.48

$101.48

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3.22” x 21”

63”

$566.33

$503.33

$440.33

$377.33

$314.33

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3.22” x 15”

45”

$405.23

$360.23

$315.23

$270.23

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30”

$270.98

$240.98

$210.98

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3.22” x 5”

15”

$136.73

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2.11” x 10”

20”

$181.48

$161.48

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10”

$91.98

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$47.23

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21”

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10”

$91.98

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5”

$47.23

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PUBLISHER: PAMELA K. MOX • 520.547.9722 pmox@gvnews.com OPERATIONS MANAGER / CIRCULATION DIRECTOR: Donna West • 520.547.9723 dwest@gvnews.com

ADVERTISING/SPECIALTY PRODUCTS MANAGER: Kelly Walter • 520.547.9725 kwalter@gvnews.com

EDITOR / GREEN VALLEY NEWS: Dan Shearer • 520.547.9770 dshearer@gvnews.com

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DEMOGRAPHICS GREEN VALLEY Over 67,000 readers weekly! Green Valley News readers are highly educated and have considerable discretionary income. • 2006 Population Winter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,680 • 2006 Population Summer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29,500 • Households. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,400 • Circulation (winter) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,500 ~ With 1.97 Pass Along. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,625 • Circulation (summer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,200 ~ With 1.97 Pass Along. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,094 • Median Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50,809 • Median Age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 • Average Single Home Sales. . . . . . .

(per unit)

• 2005 Property Re-Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$345,000 (units)

1,557

• Education 4+ Years College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42.3%

SAHUARITA SUN Over 13,650 readers weekly! Sahuarita residents are typically dual income with children. • Population . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,895 • Median Age . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37.9 • Median Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $64,109 • Families Represent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(of population)

80.3%

• Latino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24.2% • White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72.7% • Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1% • Households. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7805 • Circulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,500 ~ With 2.6 Pass Along . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,900 • Average Single Home Sales. . . . . . .

(per unit)

$248,900


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