While resolving APS issues, why not take on the feds?

Town Attorney Gary Birnbaum speaks to packed council chambers. / Sonoran News


Sonoran News

CAVE CREEK – During Monday night’s meeting Mayor Vincent Francia said he would be speaking before the Soroptomists the following day about Cave Creek’s financial situation. Noting construction was down 11 percent but retail was up by 220 percent, attributing both factors to Walmart, he said, “We’re doing OK.”

He also reminded everyone a Taste of Cave Creek was coming up Oct. 17 and 18.

During Call to the Public, Robert and Debra Peterson, who live immediately to the north of town hall, pleaded with council for help regarding the culvert on Paseo Dulce, which they claimed has caused thousands of dollars in damages to their property.

When Francia suggested they make an appointment to speak to the town manager, they said, “We’ve spoken to the town manager” but received no response.

Stating Debbra Determan was unable to attend the meeting, Cynthia Driskell from Carefree Physical Therapy appeared before council to declare Wednesday, Sept. 26 Fall Prevention Day at the Holland Community Center.

Getting down to the main event of the meeting, which brought a packed house to the council chambers, was Town Attorney Gary Birnbaum to explain the purpose of council passing a resolution regarding the APS 69-kV power line siting project.



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