Saturday October 3, 2015
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From my personal experience, Mr. Sandoval can certainly speak for himself. However, when you ask inane and insulting questions you shouldn't expect a response.
MHA Foundation does not have a "majority" interest in Rim Country Education Foundation. It has total interest, as RCEF is a division of MHA Foundation
Also, RCEF is not a "for profit" organization.
Every survey I have seen on the "best places to retire" have one thing in common, by and large, the communities have a university presence.
Richard Stanley, ASU senior vice-president and university planner is and has been the spokesman for ASU.
Here is a link to one of many stories.
Mr. White, I would do just that but those plans do not exist.
The following link to a letter co-signed by Arizona Board of Regents Chairman, Anne Mariucci and ASU President, Michael Crow, published all the way back on June 14, 2011, will confirm that ASU was and is certainly aware of this project.
ASU is committed to developing campus in Payson
Interesting comment. Would you send me the name of the contractor that has seen plans for the proposed dorms. I would certainly like to speak to that contractor.
Mrs. Randall, the Payson Pro Rodeo Committee bought the rodeo in 2009 from the Chamber. They own it, they profit from it.
The rodeo is put on 100% by the the Payson Pro Rodeo Committee. The C of C has nothing to do with it and hasn't since 2009.
Mrs. Randall, I told you above that Banner OWNS the hospital, buildings, ground, everything. Mogollon Health Alliance is no longer in the hospital leasing business, period! In fact, Mogollon Health Alliance no longer exists.
Here is a direct quote from Banner in this past Tuesday's paper.
"Banner Payson Medical Center (BPMC), formerly Payson Regional Medical Center, came under the ownership and operation by parent company Banner Health Aug. 1."
Perhaps bad wording in this particular article however, rest assured that Banner Health owns the hospital buildings, grounds, etc.
Ms. Daniels and Randall
If there is a problem at the dog park you should contact Cameron Davis at the Payson Parks and Rec. office. PetSmart donated money to build the gazebo as a gesture when they opened their store here. They have nothing to do with how the dog park is run.
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