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With Wild West Spirit, Tombstone Fights for its WaterPosted on June 23, 2012 | Type: In the News
Tombstone’s water system is as old as the city itself, and most of the parts that are functioning, which are few, were damaged last year by rocks and trees dragged downhill by runoff from the summer monsoons. The city set out to repair the system’s connections to three of the 25 springs to which it claims to have a right; connections to the other springs are inoperable or nonexistent.
Protecting Taxpayers from a Bad Coyotes Deal in GlendalePosted on June 20, 2012 | Type: In the News
Horizon interviews Goldwater Institute's lead attorney Carrie Ann Sitren on our lawsuit over Glendale City Council's handling of the Phoenix Coyotes arena deal.
Phoenix Coyotes Deal with Glendale Debated in CourtPosted on June 20, 2012 | Type: In the News
The Goldwater Institute is seeking a preliminary injunction on the deal that could keep the Coyotes in Glendale for the next 20 years and the judge has already issued a partial ruling.
Taxpayers Take the PuckPosted on June 11, 2012 | Type: In the News | Author: John J. Miller
The Phoenix Coyotes are having the best season of their short history. In April, they finished atop the National Hockey League’s Pacific Division. In the postseason, they beat the Chicago Blackhawks in six games and the Nashville Predators in five. Never before had the Coyotes advanced past the first round of the playoffs. At press time, they were skating in the Western Conference championship against the Los Angeles Kings, fighting for a berth in the Stanley Cup finals.
Glendale Destroyed Trust with Rushed VotePosted on June 09, 2012 | Type: In the News
Glendale confirmed its reputation as the Valley city with the greatest disdain for transparency. In the process, it assured itself of more time in court and less trust from residents.