IRS rules could render tax-free bonds taxable
By Linda Bentley | September 30, 2009
‘It is within our control that the IRS gets upset’
CCUSD – Currently, Cave Creek Unified School District taxpayers are repaying $15 million in bonds approved by voters in 2000 for the purpose of building a new high school. The CCUSD Governing Board voted to issue the bonds in September 2006, only because they would have expired and they had little hope voters would approve another bond measure anytime soon.
Don’t miss the Monday, Oct. 5 voter registration deadline
September 9, 2009
Note: Cave Creek Town Hall will not be open Friday, Oct. 8, so the first day to vote early at Cave Creek Town Hall is Monday, Oct. 11.
Be certain your voice is heard. Vote in the Nov. 3 Election. Monday, Oct. 5 is the last day to register. To cast a ballot on Propositions 400 and 401 regarding Walmart, you must reside within the boundaries of the Town of Cave Creek.
The Maricopa County Elections Department website (www.recorder.maricopa.gov/web/elections.aspx ) is a gold mine of information, but most of what you need to know follows.
Register by mail:
The Arizona Voter Registration Form is available at Cave Creek Town Hall (or download here by clicking on the form above) in which case it must be printed and completed. Make a copy before mailing it if you wish to keep a copy for your records.
Mail the signed completed form to: Maricopa County Recorder, 111 S. 3rd Ave. Ste 102, Phoenix, AZ 85003-2294.
Register to vote or update your registration online:
If you wish to register to vote online or you are a registered voter in the State of Arizona and you wish to update an existing registration, you may do so at www.servicearizona.com.