Month: November 2016
Mesa News Today – Week of Nov. 21
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NEW FEATURE! Mesa News Today – Just Sold Homes
Enjoy Mesa News Today’s newest feature: A regularly updated listing of recently sold homes in Mesa! Our thanks goes to Kevin Mitchell of Keller Williams Legacy One for this list. He can be reached at email@example.com
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Mesa News Today – Week of Nov. 14
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MCC Rose Garden
Enjoy the cooler months by visiting the Rose Garden at Mesa Community College, Southern Avenue and Dobson Road. This is the desert southwest’s largest rose garden with nearly 9,000 rose bushes. It is FREE to visit and stroll through the gardens. For more info, click here: http://rosegarden.mesacc.edu/home.html
Mesa Election Results
Local election results, including state legislative/congressional districts covering Mesa:
Some of the winners:
State District 25: Reps Michelle Udall and Rusty Bowers; Senator
Bob Worsley (all R).
State District 26: Reps Isela Blanc and Athena Salman; Senator Jose Mendez (all D).
Mesa School Board: Elaine Miner, Steve Peterson and Kiana Sears.
Mesa City Council: Jeremy Whittaker, District 2.
City of Mesa Question 1: No (53%).
North Mesa Court: Cecil Ash, JP; Ed Malles, constable.
Congressional District 5: Andy Biggs (R).
Not 100% reporting yet in some precincts. See complete updated election results here:
No on Prop 205 (legalize marijuana)
Yes on Prop 206 (raise minimum wage)
Mesa News Today – Week of Nov. 7
Special local pre-election issue:
Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 8
On Election Day, vote at your assigned polling location or you may drop off your ballot at any polling location, including the following locations (near the Mesa City Plaza), before 7 p.m.:
City Clerk’s Office, Mesa City Plaza, 20 E. Main St., Suite 150, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
American Legion Post #26, 505 W. 2nd Ave., Mesa
First Presbyterian Church, 161 N. Mesa Drive, Mesa
Maricopa County Recorder’s Southeast Mesa Office, 222 E. Javelina Ave., Mesa
You may also visitwww.recorder.maricopa.gov/pollingplace to find your assigned polling location on Election Day. For more information, call the Mesa City Clerk’s Office at (480) 644-4868 or visit www.mesaaz.gov/city-hall/city-clerk.
Phoenix-area YMCAs offer free child care on Election Day
Huge news for parents who find voting with kids an exercise in preserving democracy and their sanity. Here’s huge news for parents who find that voting with kids is an exercise in preserving democracy – and their sanity. YMCAs across the country are doing parents and guardians a solid by offering free child care on Election Day so adults can vote.
Mesa District 2 City Council candidates: Similar goals, vastly different tactics
Key differences between candidates Shelly Allen and Jeremy Whittaker center on the role of city government and a proposed sales-tax hike. At first glance, Mesa’s District 2 City Council candidates appear to have similar platforms: Both cite public safety, economic development and fiscal responsibility as their top three priorities if elected.
Mesa News Today – Week of Oct. 31
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Mesa Arts & Crafts Festival in downtown
Mesa Arts and Crafts Festival is a free event for the public featuring unique artist creations, music, and fun for the whole family.
For more information, visit the website at www.macfestmesa.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The regular schedule of MACFest is 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 10 am to 4 pm October 2016 thru April 2017. The festival is located on N. MacDonald Street between Pepper Place and Main Street. The street on N. MacDonald is closed to traffic, but parking is available all around the downtown Mesa area.