City Councilman Sal DiCiccio scored a small victory last week as his counterparts approved a plan that will add an estimated $2.4 billion to Phoenix taxpayers’ cost of eliminating the city’s pension liability obligations for police and firefighters.
Dennis Lambert has a resume that two people could easily share: retired pharmaceutical sales and marketing executive, rock band guitarist, marathon runner, poet and deacon in the Catholic church.
Last week, an unusual image posted on social media showed a woman wearing a wedding dress and posing with tables of household items readying for her “Divorce Sale.”
Any hope for a quick resolution of the appeal over the South Mountain Freeway was shattered late last week when the U.S. District Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said it probably won’t hear oral arguments before October.
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- Wild Horse poised to spend millions on an entertainment district
- Dogs’ bacterial disease can spread to humans, area vets warn
- Promising retail growth seen in Ahwatukee area
- Oral arguments in freeway case likely in October, court advises
- Fireworks plan for Ahwatukee declared DOA
- Former DV basketball coach seeing success with Legion of Hoops
- Building a freeway in this weather is not for the faint of heart
- Ahwatukee man adds ‘novelist’ to his many accomplishments
- Haboobs roll in with Arizona’s monsoon season
- Ray Road resurfacing begins amid promises of uptick in work
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