The family of Ted Miller sends its thanks to all who were so generous with remembrances.
Once again the Arizona State Senate Rules Committee kills a constitutional bill because “it would probably violate the supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution, which gives federal laws priority over conflicting state laws” (“Local lawmakers would make sheriffs ultimate authority,” Payson Roundup, March 7.)
I found your March 4 article on impact fees interesting. Leaving aside the issue of just how equitable it is to charge impact fees only on new development ...
Rep. Brenda Barton is chair of the committee that voted to advance HB 2587 to change Arizona law regarding cruelty to animals. She seems startled at the public uproar over her actions.
I must agree with Mayor McDaniel.
You know what they say: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice — well, don’t look too hard in the mirror. Or words to that effect.
Now, we love to bash the federal government as much as anyone.
Legislation originally meant to help pets in hoarding situations has been hijacked by the state’s agribusiness industry.
Referring to the council refusing to adopt the Firewise codes — Please tell me you misquoted some of the councilors’ remarks
While it is true that many of the fire code rules are the result of significant tragic experience, but many of them aren’t.
A nice, reasonable disagreement. Maybe some bitter debate — firmly grounded in facts. Too much to ask?
We couldn’t help but notice the unsettling juxtaposition of two stories on today’s front page.
Perhaps you should read the proposed international code and Firewise codes more closely.
I have been a homeowner and resident of Mead’s Ranch since it was first subdivided in 1961.
Six months after Gila Community College (GCC) lowered its tuition, Dean Cullen is now requesting an increase.