By Stephanie Woods
Here are some of this week’s interesting currents events presented by The Stephanie Woods Team.
Skate park options need public opinions
The new skate park will be built around the site of the old skate park at the Chino Valley Community Center Park on Road 1 East. Both options are linear, around the existing parks, along a dirt path and on a vacant area behind the park's maintenance yard.
Local skateboarders and bicyclists who use skate parks, and other interested groups, can see two computer-generated plan options for a new skate park in Chino Valley and can give their comments at a public hearing in late April.
The Town will place the meeting fliers at each school in the community, as well as the usual Town posting sites - Town Hall north campus, 1020 W. Palomino Road (outside wall next to the Children's Library entrance); Town Hall south campus, 202 N. Highway 89 (indoor wall of the front entrance foyer); Chino Valley Post Office, 735 E. Road 2 North (indoor lobby right of entrance); or on the Town's website at www.chinoaz.net.
The Town, however, has no budget to build the skate park, and Public Works Director/Town Engineer Ron Grittman said he's counting on in-kind donations of materials and certain types of labor from the community, along with some Town staff labor.
April 12 is the High Desert Museum Flea Market from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Cordes Lakes Community Center. Vendors should call Bill at 928-458-9093 to rent a space. A Stevens Security Model 320 12-gauge pump shotgun is being raffled. Only 200 tickets will be sold, at $10 each. Call Albert at 928-925-6749 for tickets. Lunch will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bake sale takes place until all the goodies are gone.
On Saturday, April 26, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. the Mayer Area Activity Center will host its annual Casino Night, this year with a Western theme. Ten dollars
will get you 20 casino chips to play blackjack, Texas Hold'em, and poker. There will be a casino store to purchase items with all your winnings. Food will be served all through the evening.
GLASSFORD HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION GO AHEAD
The Prescott Valley Town Council has an emergency measure to allow the adoption of a proposed annexation of 1,259 acres located west of the Granville subdivision, south of State Route 89A. This will be a new master-planned community owned by Arizona Eco Development LLC (AED), an Arizona – based real estate holding company with Jason Gisi as president. Mr. Gisi has said that he hopes the project will be moving forward by 2015.
FFA state champs our very own Equine Center students!
At the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center (AAEC) our Prescott Valley FFA Chapter students competed against 40 teams at the March 6 arizona FFA career development contest. This win marks the first time the team has competed in the spring judging competitions and will advance to October’s National FFA Convention in Kentucky.
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By Stephanie Woods