Todd Tande

Ex-Vice Mayor & Councilman

All of the claims that I have made on my web sites that I believe you are referring to (surpriseaznews.com) & (insurprisetoday.com.) were taken off of the sites that you said you administer.

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Surprise, A‌Z (May 20, 2020) Due to the Memorial Day holiday May 25, city of Surprise sanitation customers ONLY are reminded that collection will be postponed by one day the week of May 25-29. Monday collection will occur on Tuesday; Tuesday collection will occur on Wednesday; Wednesday collection will occur on Thursday; Thursday collection will occur on Friday.

It’s going to be a hellishly hot, long summer for a lot of Arizonans, with problems flaring up from a combination of the heat and coronavirus. Social-distancing restrictions mean fewer cooling stations, volunteers, and air-conditioned buildings. More people are likely to choose to live in sweltering apartments because they can’t fix an air-conditioner, while others will take short-term comfort in a continued moratorium on utility shutoffs — while piling up long-term debt.

Surprise, AZ (May 14, 2020) Beginning Sunday, May 17, Waddell Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction from Sarival Avenue to Reems Road.   The lane reductions will be in place through early July 2020, weather permitting, to allow for milling and paving preparation work on Waddell Road.  

CITY OF SURPRISE Regular City Council Meeting 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza Surprise, AZ 85374 Tuesday, May 19, 2020 @ 6:00 PM COUNCIL CHAMBERS  Amended agenda May 15, 2020 at 12:20 PM ­ added item #15 NOTICE: In an effort to protect health and safety of city employees,  residents, and visitors, the Council Chambers will be closed to the public  during this meeting. The public may access the meeting by viewing a live  stream or broadcast of the meeting. To watch live, please  visit www.surpriseaz.gov/surprisetv, the Surprise City Gov Facebook page  at www.facebook.com/cityofsurprise. Cox channel 11 and Century Link  channel 8513 will also carry the meeting live. For instructions on how to comment on agenda items and public hearings,  please go to https://bit.ly/3asyowo

Regular City Council Work Session

The agenda for the May 19, 2020 Regular City Council Work Session has been amended and is posted at:

Regular City Council Meeting

The agenda for the May 19, 2020 Regular City Council Meeting has been amended and is posted at:

https://www.surpriseaz.gov/agendas
https://www.surpriseaz.gov/agendas

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Not an official City Facebook Page,
I guess if Todd Tande can use the city logo, I can to, Bob

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It’s going to be a hellishly hot, long summer for a lot of Arizonans, with problems flaring up from a combination of the heat and coronavirus. Social-distancing restrictions mean fewer cooling stations, volunteers, and air-conditioned buildings. More people are likely to choose to live in sweltering apartments because they can’t fix an air-conditioner, while others will take short-term comfort in a continued moratorium on utility shutoffs — while piling up long-term debt.

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Surprise, AZ (April 27, 2020) City of Surprise businesses are invited to a virtual Town Hall on April 29 at 10 a.m. to hear the latest on stimulus funding, unemployment insurance and other issues important to businesses affected by COVID-19.

It will also provide an opportunity to ask questions of city and state leaders.

Surprise, AZ (April 28, 2020) With the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and its impacts to public assembly and the city’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget and beyond, all recreation programming and events will continue to be suspended until further notice. 

This includes summer camps, youth and adult sports leagues and camps, swim lessons, swim teams, open swim and large gatherings such as the 4th of July Fireworks Celebration. 

All recreation centers, parks and recreation office, tennis complex and aquatics facilities remain closed to the public until further notice. 

Veterans Reflection Circle named “Project of the Year” by national and state public works associations

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The major distinction between the two is that a General Law city can ONLY do what the legislature, through law, allows them to do. A Home Rule city, on the other hand, can pass any regulations or laws it deems necessary unless the state law prohibits it.

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(surpriseaznews.com) edited by Bob Vukanovich, former council member & vice-mayor

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surprise, az (new) is a new website, using the citys logo, it is not mine, under city of surprise logo website, in small print
Not an official City Facebook Page, This page is run by the community for the community.
Vice-mayor Todd Tande you say you administrate the city of surprise community news and surprise, az (new), who are you accountable to? Do you sell ads to these 2 websites? It appears that you have the approval from the city to use their official website.

Todd Tande, Former Council Member and Vice Mayor, City of Surprise, Arizona mentioned you in a comment in City of Surprise Community News.
Todd Tande, Former Council Member and Vice Mayor, City of Surprise, Arizon a  Robert Vukanovich no, that is a different group with a different Administrator than either the Surprise AZ Group and this Surprise News Group both of which I Administer.


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Group History shows when this group was created, as well as changes to its name. You can use Group History to see whether a group’s purpose has changed over time.The group Surprise, AZ was createdJan 2, 2019Changed name to Surprise, AZ (NEW)Mar 28, 2020

S‌urprise, A‌Z (April 22, 2020) The Fiscal Year 2021 (FY2021) City Manager Recommended Budget was presented to the City Council at the Work Session on April 21, 2020, with a focus on flexibility amid the to-be-determined economic impacts of COVID-19. 

The FY2021 recommended expenditure budget is $388.3 million, with transfers of $40.7 million, for total use $429 million. This amount sets the ceiling for how much the city has the authority to spend.

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Southbound Loop 303 closed at times this weekend in Northwest Valley; expect delays, use detours

ADOT has announced that southbound Loop 303 will be closed between El Mirage Road and US 60/Grand Avenue from 10 p.m. Friday to noon Saturday, April 25

  1. Fri, Apr 24 CANCELED – Teen Field Trip – NAU College Tour
  2. Sat, Apr 25 CANCELED – Councilmember Sanders D5 Meet & Greet
  3. Sat, Apr 25 CANCELED – Rib Fest Throwdown
  4. Sun, Apr 26 CANCELED – Rib Fest Throwdown
  5. Mon, Apr 27 Planning and Zoning Commission Special M