Guest Commentaries

Tue
23
Sep
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JDM’s GPA proposals don’t offer good balance

Woody Thomasby Woody Thomas
former mayor of Litchfield Park

The city of Litchfield Park’s community members have always showed interest in their city, especially concerning growth.

Fri
19
Sep
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Knowledge, dedication, determination

John Safinby John Safin
Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president/CEO

Fri
19
Sep
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How they spent their summer vacation

Will Durstby Will Durst
Cagle Syndicate

September is a grand month for traditions. Fresh pencils and tablets for the upcoming school year. The approach of fall as evidenced by the turning of the leaves. International Talk Like a Pirate Day on the 19th. The official start to the NFL season with the filing of the first domestic abuse charge.

Tue
09
Sep
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Litchfield Park needs resident input

Paul Faithby Paul Faith
Litchfield Park vice mayor

Fri
29
Aug
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Chamber a great resource for teachers, students

by John Safin
Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president/CEO

Tue
19
Aug
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Dual reality of back to school

by Larry Tracey

Youth4Youth.org executive director

The beginning of the school year will expose your child to many opportunities, some good and some not so good.

Tue
19
Aug
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Let’s pull together

by Bob and Bozena Field; Rae and Bob McMillan; Stu and Mary Wilkening; and Marcie and Dave Ellis

Litchfield Park residents

JDM has submitted plans to the city asking for zoning changes so they can add more rooms to the Wigwam in order to compete in an increasingly difficult market. They are also requesting approval to develop residential and commercial property on the west side of Litchfield Road.

Fri
01
Aug
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Independents have several choices

by Carmen Martinez

Avondale city clerk

Fri
01
Aug
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Delivering water and economic value for Ariz.

by Pamela Pickard

Central Arizona Project Board president

Central Arizona Project (CAP) is the primary steward of central and southern Arizona’s Colorado River water resources. By delivering almost 500 billion gallons of Colorado River water every year, CAP has dramatically and positively changed the economic and environmental landscape of our state. Clearly, CAP has a critical role in supporting the health and sustainability of the Colorado River and the state of Arizona.

Tue
15
Jul
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F.D. warns: Take care of exhaust fans

Roger Parkerby Roger Parker
Avondale fire marshal

When was the last time you cleaned your ceiling vents? After a bathroom exhaust fan malfunction led to a small attic fire in an Avondale house last week, the Avondale Fire & Medical Department is urging the public to keep fan ducts clean and run them only when necessary to prevent overheating and fires.

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