What goes up ... must come down!
SHARI JO SORCHYCH
A wayward hot air balloon makes a surprise landing at the Sorchych's residence.
Don writes about their adventure in this week's
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Talamante stated any order relating to plaintiffs’ request for an injunction would most likely not serve to end this litigation
CAVE CREEK – After taking a number of items under advisement, Maricopa Superior Court Judge David Talamante ruled on Monday in the case brought by Gerald and Janice Freeman, who sued the town, neighboring property owner Cahava Springs Corp./Morningstar Road Properties, Inc. and their neighbors Don and Shari Jo Sorchych, in an effort to prevent any trails from being developed near their property or roadway easement.
About 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 7 Shari Jo heard the loud blast of fire used to levitate a huge balloon, but not immediately recognizing the sound, went out to investigate. Shari Jo was able to get pictures of the balloon heading our way.
“Customers like us because we do everything,” Rodrigo “Rod” Placensia of Dreaming by Design Landscape explained. “Everything” includes basic landscape, firepits/beehive fireplaces, lighting, pavers, custom iron gates, concrete, natural stone water features, decks. “We’ve even had customers ask if we can patch something or hang a ceiling fan. If we’re there and we can do it, we will.”
NORTH VALLEY – The players warmed up, the umpire dusted off the bases, the snack shack opened and the parents picked out choice spots in the shade. It was “America’s Favorite Pastime” on Saturday, May 2, and a special day for the Cactus Foothills North Little League because it was the inauguration of their new scoreboard, the icing on the cake of a recently refurbished field.
There are many things you can do to avoid dog bites, ranging from properly training and socializing your pet to educating your children on how - or if - they should approach a dog.