Mayor Kate Gallego and Phoenix City Council Advance Water Security by Approving the Renovation and Reopening of a Cave Creek Water Reclamation Plant

On February 7, 2024, the Phoenix City Council unanimously approved a plan to reopen a water reclamation plant in Cave Creek that had been shut down in 2009. Upon reopening in 2026, this renovated plant, according to a press release by the City of Phoenix Water Services: ” … marks a significant step forward in … Read more

Phoenix Councilwoman and Congressional District Three House Candidate Yassamin Ansari Unveils Her Federal Housing Plan

Today (February 19, 2024,) Phoenix Councilwoman, former Vice Mayor, and Congressional District (CD) House Candidate Yassamin Ansari released her plan to help provide federally driven affordable housing assistance and reduce homelessness in the fifth-largest city in the country. Known for her stellar work on promoting and advancing clean energy sustainability in the Phoenix Metro Area, … Read more

On Arizona Statehood Day, Senate Democratic Leader Mitzi Epstein Gives a State of the Session Update Calling for More Bipartisan Collaboration

On the 112th anniversary of Arizona becoming a state, State Senate Democratic Leader Mitzi Epstein gave an update on the current 2024 legislative session. In her comments, Senator Epstein started off by saying: “Our caucus is very grateful to be doing the work to represent the people of the state we all love.” She then … Read more

AZ State Representative Laura Terech Discusses the Election Fix for 2024

Tense Moments. Tireless efforts. Hardworking legislators and staffs. Marathon negotiations. Those are some of the descriptions given by State Representative Laura Terech, the Arizona House Democrat charged with negotiating and compromising on HB2785, a fix to the 2024 election cycle with her Republican legislator colleague Alex Kolodin. A fix was necessary to the 2024 election … Read more

Education Prodigy Armando Montero Seeks a Second Term on the Tempe Union High School Governing Board

Armando Montero has come a long way since first winning a seat on the Tempe Union High School Governing Board at the age of 18 a year after graduating high school at Desert Vista in 2019.  A rising star, Mr. Montero, has as a board member including the last two years as its President, helped … Read more