Friday, May 8, 2015

Bits and Pieces

Hornat requests petitions
The public records requests of the Town Of Oro Valley have one from Council Member Joe Hornat. In it, Hornat requests an electronic copy of the petitions signed for his recall.

The signs go up
It didn't take long for the signs for the community center to and recall Mayor Hiremath to go up. In fact, they were up May 1.  There is a relationship between the signs, Had there been no purchase of the El Conquistador Country Club from Hiremath major campaign contributor Huberto Lopez there would have been no recall effort.

Some find it curious that this permanent sign was so quickly erected at the community center minutes after the purchase was signed while there is no comparable sign yet at Naranja Park.

No mold in the Oro Valley Community Center
The Oro Valley Community Center has no mold. "According to a mold inspection report issued by Environmental Strategies, Inc., the Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center (formerly El Conquistador Country Club), has been given a clean bill of health. The report cover letter states, " is apparent from the air sampling results that there is no indication of a mold issue in this facility."
(Source: Oro Valley Press Release)

Summer 2015 Parks and Recreation Program Guide available
The guide includes details on summer camps for children, recreational programs for all age groups, aquatics and special events through August 2015. It is now online. The Summer Guide also contains information on amenities and membership at the new Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center. (Source: Oro Valley Press Release)

May is membership month at the Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center
"May is Membership Month at the new Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center (formerly the El Conquistador Country Club), at 10555 N. La CaƱada Drive. Although guests can sign up for membership year-round, the $20 registration fee will be waived during the month of May. Click here to view the membership flyer." (Source: Oro Valley Press Release)

Reduced fees for Oro Valley Community Aquatic Games: Just $10!
The Town of Oro Valley will be holding its first-ever Community Aquatic Games on Saturday, May 9, 2015, at the Oro Valley Aquatic Center, 23 W. Calle Concordia. Guests looking for some friendly competition can register for just $10. Registration can be done in advance or on event day. For complete details and rules, click here. (Source: Oro Valley Press Release)

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