Monday February 8, 2016
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Gosh, could mean ASU is expanding!
Of course, the news last night said Mesa and ASU have been in discussions for years. Probably a lie.
Mr. Don Evans,
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Merry Christmas, Tom!
Rob Ingram, chair and Rory Huff, vice-chair of the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Commission wants either the town to purchase or raise private donations to purchase some land. Here's a link to our story.
Committee decries lack of Payson parks
by Alexis Bechman
The 253 acres is naturally divided, mostly by topography. The original footprint, essentially down the center of the property, for the university site has not changed. ALA charter school has proposed leasing some 10 acres on a corner of the 253 acres.
The rumor being spread by distractors of the entire project that the university project has now become a K-8 charter school is just plain silly.
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I am removing your comment due to the fact you are making potentially libelous statements, opening yourself to a lawsuit in which the Roundup does not intend to be a third party.
To contend that certain town officials have a legal conflict of interest there must be proof that a personal monetary interest was affected by the votes or actions of said officials.
If and when you have proof that this is the case, we will support you.
Mr. Hansel, the sale of the Forest Service land was finalized in early November. We have been covering the fact that American Leadership Academy wanted to locate a campus here since June. Here's a link to that story:
Obviously, you also missed the stories and editorials we have published about our concerns of this project and it's impact on PUSD.
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