VOL. 20  ISSUE NO. 47   |   NOVEMBER 19 – 25, 2014


aps checkAPS awards town $15,274 for participation in Peak Solutions Program

Planning Commissioner Rae Iverson said reducing the commission from seven to five would invite ‘cliquish concentrations’

CAVE CREEK – During Call to the Public, Utilities Manager David Prinzhorn explained the town’s participation in the APS Peak Solutions Program and the town’s employees working with APS to reduce energy consumption by turning off pumps and other equipment during peak hours without affecting service to customers.


Are these merely coincidences in Obama ID fraud cover up?

Taitz called it ‘the most egregious case of treason and criminal complicity in U.S. history’ and implored Comey to investigate

WASHINGTON – After filing a complaint with the FBI relating to Social Security Administration Acting Commissioner Carolyn Colvin’s complicity in the cover up of President Obama’s fraudulent use of a Social Security number (042-68-4425) issued in Connecticut to another person born in 1890, Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. said Senate confirmation of Colvin to the post of commissioner was not only stalled for five months but no confirmation hearing has been scheduled.

NOVEMBER 19, 2014

Debris in the wash and the ‘fix’ still leaks

broken pipeResidents on both sides of Cave Creek were glad the town finally fixed the broken water line from storm damage. However, they were upset when the town left the broken section of pipe along the wash bank and a new, unused section of six-inch PVC laying in the wash. A Desert Enclave resident pointed out a leak several yards away where the water line crosses and is buried under the wash as was evidenced by a wet area in the sand.

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