G. Call To The Public
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Registration is now open for the Surprise Tennis University
Surprise, AZ (January 29, 2019) The city of Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex is now accepting registrations for Surprise Tennis University!
Surprise Tennis University is an 11-week program for adults. It includes six weeks of instruction, four weeks of pre-match drills and coaching followed by supervised match play, and one week of non-elimination tournament. Players will also have complimentary practice court time and access to a ball machine and loaner racquets. This program is offered for beginners only.
The program cost is $99 for residents and $119 for non-residents.
Classes are held on Tuesdays from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m., February 5 – April 16. To register, visit https://bit.ly/2LZhXuG, or call 623.222.2400 for more information.
APS utility assistance is now available to federal workers in Surprise, El Mirage
The Surprise/El Mirage Community Assistance Program (CAP) has additional funding to immediately assist federal workers, who are also Arizona Public Service (APS) customers, with paying their electric utility bills thanks to support from APS, Wildfire and Maricopa County.
Federal employees who live in the El Mirage and Surprise area should call 623.222.1600 to schedule an appointment; be sure to indicate you are a federal worker when calling for the appointment.
Proof of federal employee status in the form of a federal employee ID or paystub and an APS account is required; participants will be required to complete an APS consent form during the appointment.
The Surprise/El Mirage CAP will also host a walk-in assistance event on Wednesday, February 6 at the Surprise Resource Center, 12425 W. Bell Rd. Bldg. A, Ste. #124, to assist federal workers and others seeking assistance with their electric bills. The first come, first serve event will take place from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m., or until fund capacity is achieved.
Utility assistance remains available for the general public who meet certain eligibility guidelines. Non-federal employees are encouraged to call 623.222.HOPE (4673) on Monday mornings at 8 a.m. for an appointment.
The Surprise Resource Center, in partnership with many non-profit organizations also have food boxes, employment services, benefit assistance programs, WIC, domestic violence services, veteran employment services, senior support services, and free tax preparation.
Visit surpriseaz.gov/resourcecenter to learn more about available human service and support program
CANCELED – World Team Pickleball
Friday, February 1, 2019
World Team Pickleball brings a whole new aspect to the game with its unique concept of scheduled team play. This event will feature a mixed team event – Men & Women skill levels: 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0; age brackets: 18+, 50+, 60+, 70+. *Brackets may be combined to complete the division.
February 1, 2019 - February 3, 2019
Brackets to be determined.
Surprise Community Park – Pickleball Courts
14534 W. Tierra Buena Lane
Surprise, AZ 85374 Link: Additional information…
CANCELED – World Team Pickleball
> 2017 unemployment: 4.9% (11th highest)
> Pension funded ratio: 60.4% (15th lowest)
> 1 yr. GDP growth: +3.1% (4th highest)
> Poverty rate: 14.9% (12th highest)
> Moody’s credit rating and outlook: Aa2/Stable
Car seat checks are conducted on a “first come, first serve” basis (no appointment required) between 9:00-10:45 a.m., the first and third Tuesday, and every third Saturday, of each month at Firehouse 303, 15440 N. Cotton Lane.
Car seat clinics are available through the Surprise Fire Department. View for more information.We do not offer a car seat rental program due to liability issues for the city. You can contact the agency “Anything For Baby” at 480.515.9783.
You do not have to travel to be a council man.
Do employers have to provide personal attendant care for work-related travel?
According to informal guidance from the EEOC, the ADA does not require employers to provide personal attendant care on the job because reasonable accommodation does not require employers to provide personal need items or services. However, when an employee travels for work and incurs personal attendant care expenses beyond his/her usual expenses when not traveling for work, there is a good argument that the employer must pay the added costs.
1/14/2019 7:13 PM To ROBERT VUKANOVICH
Hello Bob, thank you for pointing out about the minutes to Mayor Hall. The Agenda has been amended and reposted with the January 3rd, 2019 Minutes.
CITY OF SURPRISE Regular City Council Meeting Minutes 16000 North Civic Center Plaza Surprise, AZ 85374 Thursday, January 3, 2019 @ 6:00PM
Call to Order Roll Call Mayor Hall called the Regular City Council Meeting to order at 06:00 p.m. at Surprise City Hall Council Chamber, 16000 North Civic Center Plaza Surprise, Arizona 85374, on Thursday, January 3, 2019. Also in attendance with Mayor Hall were Vice Mayor Remley, Council Member Winters, Council Member Hayden, Council Member Duffy and Council Member Judd. Staff Present: City Manager, Michael Frazier, City Attorney, Robert Wingo and City Clerk, Sherry Ann Aguilar. Pledge of Allegiance Proclamation and Community Acknowledgements City Manager Frazier – Senior Management Analyst Role promotion City Manager Report City
Clerk Report Call to The Public:
Phyllis Lipscomb on behalf of Bob Vukanovich – Aide for Council Member Winters while traveling.
John Yaeger – Bullard – Redesign. Unhappy with design. The new Council needs to address this.
Steve Gilliam – Rumor of the City cancelling the post office contract on Dysart and Grand. Discussed the safety of using a post office box on your driver’s license. A big service for your citizens.
Regular City Council Meeting Agenda CONSENT AGENDA: Council Member Winters made the motion to approve the
This the way they govern now. They do not show the contents of the call to the public.
A. Call To Order @ 6:00 P.M.
B. Roll Call – Mayor Hall, Vice-Mayor Remley, Councilmembers Duffy, Hayden and Winters were present.
C. Pledge of Allegiance
D. Proclamation and Community Acknowledgements
E. City Manager Report
F. City Clerk Report The City Clerk will administer the Oath of Office and issue Certificate of Election to the following: Roland Winters, District 1; Nancy Hayden, District 2; Patrick Duffy, District 3; Skip Hall, District 5 and Chris Judd, District 6.
G. Call To The Public: Phyllis Lipscomb; John Yeager and Steve Gilliam.
I Bob Vukanovich was on the call to the public, Phyllis Lipscomb read what I had to say and placed it in the record.
INSTRUCTIONS: In order to address the City Council, you will need to fill out a Call to the Public Form available at the front counter, and then turn it in to the City Clerk before the meeting begins. Download the Call to the Public form (PDF download requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) Fill out the Call to the Public form online If submitting form electronically, please submit to City Clerk at least one hour before the meeting start time. The Call to the Public form is also available at the front counter.
This is the way we done it in the past.
ITEM # 1 – CALL TO THE PUBLIC
Robert Schafer commented that he is concerned about the City’s TAG Program and the offering of $250.00 to under age kids to turn other kids in. He feels that juveniles will be very motivated to turn other kids in when there is money involved and he is concerned that this violation will be a part of their record.
Mike Woodard commented that he is upset at the phrase used by some Council referring to the vocal minority who express their concerns as “CAVE People. He asked Council why they think it is wrong that some residents ask questions of Council.
Bob Vukanovich asked Council what format he should use to ask Council questions other than coming to a Council meeting? He felt that some questions asked at the meeting could be answered by e-mail, or phone. Go to.