Council Elections

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  • Sal DiCiccio, AFN Guest Writer

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. 

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  • By Kevin Patterson, AFN Guest Writer

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.

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  • By Kevin Patterson, AFN Guest Writer

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. 

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  • By Chad Blostone, AFN Guest Writer

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. 

  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

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.

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  • AFN News Staff

The Arizona Department of Transportation is touting another distinctive feature of the South Mountain Freeway.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

Moved by the plight of Texans hammered by Hurricane Harvey, some of Ahwatukee’s youngest residents reached out to touch the victims last week.

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  • AFN News Staff

The only Ahwatukee member of the Tempe Union High School District governing board failed to stop his colleagues from approving 3-2 a request by Honeywell International Inc. for a real estate and personal property tax break that will cost the district about $112,000 over the next five years.

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  • AFN News Staff

A former Ahwatukee man will have to stand trial again for the 2004 death of his 5-year-old son after the Arizona Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeals opinion overtuning a judge’s dismissal of the case.

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  • By Isaac Windes, Cronkite News

Ahwatukee attorney and land-use expert Grady Gammage Jr. said he sees some fair criticisms in a United Nations-supported study that gave Phoenix only middling grades on reaching international sustainability goals.

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  • AFN News Staff

Ahwatukee and other Phoenix residents who have complained of airplane noise may get relief after a federal appeals court last week slapped down the Federal Aviation Administration for its 2014 massive change in flight paths to and from Sky Harbor Airport.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

At a time when attendance nationwide is steadily dropping –and taking financial support with it – how do you design a church for the future?

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

As hard to believe as it may be that 16 years have passed since terrorists took down the World Trade Center, damaged the Pentagon and crashed a jetliner into a field in Western Pennsylvania, it may be easier to forget.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

A second signature event in Ahwatukee has fallen by the wayside.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

Steve Barduson describes the trajectory of his education as going from the T-square to the cross.

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