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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.
Carefree’s veterans, council, citizens and CSHS students participated in a wonderful ceremony on Veteran’s day in the Carefree amphitheater. My friend, Blaine Keith read the Pledge of Allegiance to the audience. Carefree Councilman John Crane read a summary of Blaine’s career. Blaine has been mentioned in this newspaper countless times and is incredible. He has led an unbelievable life and is a national treasure.
CAVE CREEK – Let’s face it, insurance can be confusing. Yes, there are state minimums for auto coverage, but is it enough for you? Mortgage companies require you to carry homeowners insurance, but what about your art collection? Allstate Agency Owners Gary and Charlynn Lindsey of Triple Crown Insurance Solutions, work to make insurance simple and explain all your options
Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center will sponsor the fourth annual Nativities of the World fund-raiser on November 29 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and on November 30 from 12 – 3 p.m. The nativity scenes, which will be displayed at Desert Foothills Library, will be on loan from local community residents.
CAVE CREEK – Guided horseback rides are the best way to experience the Southwest.
Nothing quite sums up the great Southwest like the smell of leather and the sound of horse hooves hitting the trail. There are many ways to experience the beautiful Sonoran Desert but none as breathtaking as on the back of a horse.