It has been brought to our attention that council members do not take the same Oath of Office, we are also told that they must by statute take a loyalty oath.
E. In addition to any other form of oath or affirmation specifically provided by law for an officer or employee, before any officer or employee enters upon the duties of the office or employment, the officer or employee shall take and subscribe the following oath or affirmation:
State of Arizona, County of ______________ I, _____________________
(type or print name)
do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution and laws of the State of Arizona, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and defend them against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge the duties of the office of ______________________ (name of office) ________________________ according to the best of my ability, so help me God (or so I do affirm).
(signature of officer or employee)
F. For the purposes of this section, “officer or employee” means any person elected, appointed or employed, either on a part-time or full-time basis, by this state or any of its political subdivisions or any county, city, town, municipal corporation, school district, public educational institution or any board, commission or agency of any county, city, town, municipal corporation, school district or public educational institution.
It appears that A.R.S #38-231 has been diminished in the city’s oath of office.
Ariz. AG warns of bogus labor-notice mailer Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has issued a warning about a potentially deceptive mailing involving labor-rights notices.
Obesity: Causes, Symptoms and Complications – December 5, 6-7:30 p.m.
This class, taught by Dr. Emil Graf with Banner Gateway Weight Loss Center, will cover the causes of morbid obesity, types of surgeries available and outcomes after surgery.
The class will be held in the auditorium of the Surprise Public Safety Building, located at 14250 W. Statler Plaza.
For information or to register, contact Ruby Sitea at 623.222.3242 or email@example.com. Please register early since space is limited.
Surprise, AZ (November 28, 2016) The pick-up and drop-off locations for Route 571 – Surprise Express will relocate back to the Surprise Park-and-Ride at 13327 W Bell Road effective December 5.
The Park-and-Ride has been temporarily operating out of DreamCatcher Park, located at 14534 W Tierra Buena Lane, due to construction activity related to the Bell Road and Grand Avenue interchange improvement.
Please note that while Bell Road has reopened, Grand Avenue is not accessible from the Bell Road bridge and vice versa. A detour is in place to allow for connection between those roads until project completion in early 2017.
For more information, please contact Valley Metro Customer Service at www.valleymetro.org or 602.253.5000.
Council oks city center litigation settlement
Surprise, AZ (May 5, 2016) In a May 5 Special Meeting, the Surprise City Council unanimously approved a settlement to end litigation between the city and Surprise Center Development Company, which owns most of the land around the Civic Center Campus at Litchfield and Bell Roads.
Both parties are pleased to have come to terms on a settlement which achieves a full and final release of claims and believe this solidifies a partnership that will result in the development of a vibrant and engaging city center in Surprise.
Surprise, AZ (November 29, 2016) Chief Terry Young is pleased to announce that the Surprise Police Department has once again successfully completed a multi-year process designed to recognize professionalism in law enforcement through achievement of accredited status with the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®).
The Surprise Police Department received their initial accreditation on November 17, 2007, and received two subsequent reaccreditations in November of 2010 and 2013. On November 5, 2016, the Surprise Police Department was awarded their third reaccreditation from CALEA, and fourth overall award. Surprise, AZ (November 29, 2016) Chief Terry Young is pleased to announce that the Surprise Police Department has once again successfully completed a multi-year process designed to recognize professionalism in law enforcement through achievement of accredited status with the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®).
Original Town Site
I have come to the conclusion that the City of Surprise does not want to improve the O.T.S. Every one that I have talked to agrees, saying that they don’t want any part of Surprise because of it’s attitude.
The city has eliminated most of the infill incentives that were in place, for that reason investor’s like myself, walk away from the idea of investing in the O.T.S.