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e-Bolleting_icon Residents Encouraged to “Fact Check” Information (7/8/2015) - A letter to the editor was published in the Surprise Independent last week in which a resident cited an annual performance report on local governments. The report, published by a special interest group called Americans for Prosperity, is unfavorable toward many cities in Arizona, including Surprise. This is the same special interest group that claims … Continue reading Residents Encouraged to “Fact Check” Information
Marley Park A+ recognition Marley Park Elementary School A+ Recognition (6/18/2015) - Mayor Wolcott had the honor of recognizing Marley Park Elementary School at the June 17 City Council Meeting. The school earned an A+ School of Excellence rating from the Arizona Educational Foundation!
e-Bolleting_icon Could a “Surface Subway” be coming to Grand Avenue in the future (6/2/2015) - Imagine if you could use a specially designed transit system between Surprise and Phoenix that would cut your current travel time significantly. Sound too good to be true? A study currently underway is looking at potential scenarios for developing enhanced bus service from Surprise to Phoenix with the possibility of including bus-rapid transit in the … Continue reading Could a “Surface Subway” be coming to Grand Avenue in the future
Bell Road/Grand Avenue Project Bell & Grand Art Project – Preferred Concept (5/24/2015) - The city is considering a public art piece as part of the future Bell Rd. and Grand Ave. traffic interchange improvement project. Following several rounds of public meetings and online input, Artist Meg Saligman has developed a preferred design concept that is centered on the Agave plant, while weaving together a diversity of images and sculptural … Continue reading Bell & Grand Art Project – Preferred Concept

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