Elections allow you, my boss the ability to review my work. I hope you will take the time to reflect on the many successes we have been able to get accomplished for our community together, a community my family and I call home.
I was at a meet and greet in Ahwatukee a few weeks ago, listening to folks talk about some of the major issues that are affecting their everyday lives.
I love District 6 and the City of Phoenix. I know how fortunate I was to grow up in Ahwatukee in a wonderful neighborhood around the Lakes Golf Course, and I see the potential and character of North Central Phoenix as a great asset to our community.
Sal DiCiccio has lived in Ahwatukee for 34 years. He grew up here, riding dirt bikes in the desert and cruising the streets in his first car, a used Ford Pinto with no air-conditioning that he bought with money earned from his paper route.
The first – and possibly only – joint appearance in Ahwatukee of both City Council candidates for the seat representing the community will be held tonight, July 26, at Mountain Park Community Church.
Starting Jan. 1, 2018, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will stop chartering the Venturing and Varsity programs of Boy Scouts of America for young men in the church ages 14 to 18, and will create a new faith-focused program instead.
Some lizards living around Pecos Road apparently won’t have to wait for a federal appeals court ruling on efforts to stop the South Mountain Freeway.
As it released letter grades for Arizona schools, the state Board of Education on Friday gave some written advice to school districts that boiled down to one reality: For now, they may not mean as much as parents and educators think.
Katie Zeitino would pray out loud for other people, even for people she didn’t know and with passion in her voice, during prayer sessions at Lamb of God Lutheran Church in Ahwatukee.
The Phoenix Water Services Department and city Councilman Sal DiCiccio have set a town hall meeting on Ahwatukee customers’ complaints about bills showing unusual spikes in consumption.The meeting is at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at Pecos Communty Center.
Ballots were slated to go out to Ahwatukee voters today, Oct. 11, on four ballot questions giving Ahwatukee’s two school districts some additional financial help.
Like the East Valley, Ahwatukee is teeming with prosperity, according to a recent economic analysis of ZIP codes across the country – though that affluence is not evenly distributed throughout the region.
Violent crime rose throughout Phoenix and the East Valley in 2016, mirroring a national trend, according to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report.
Education spending and expanded charter school vouchers took center stage as Ahwatukee’s three delegates to the State Legislature discussed a variety of issues at a forum last week.
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- Investors buy Club West Golf Course
- Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course trial to begin this week
- Panel will hear 40 minutes of pros and cons about freeway
- Appeals panel reacts tepidly to anti-freeway arguments
- Even lizards can’t stop South Mountain Freeway, ADOT says
- Ahwatukee man praised for rewarding Vegas hero
- City Hall response to Ahwatukee water meter woes is all wet
- Snooze Ahwatukee opens after benefitting three charities
- Once an RV park perk, pickleball is sweeping the region
- Dog’s slasher a time bomb, police fear
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