While not everyone can adopt a pet from a shelter, everyone can help the animals in our shelters stay warm. Giving a simple blanket to a cat or a dog in a shelter can relieve stress and provide much-needed comfort in an intimidating environment. Not only is it comforting for the animals but more comfortable animals are healthy animals which makes them more adoptable.
On December 12, 2016 at approximately 8:15 am PCSO dispatch received a call stating a reckless driver, driven by a male approximately 20 years old had just driven over curbs and the grass near a tennis court located at the intersection of Hunt Highway and Golf Club Drive in San Tan Valley. A deputy arrived on scene, but was unable to locate the vehicle.
This morning, December 10, 2016, SanTanValley.com received a response from The Office of U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, after having received over a thousand email petitions, emails, and calls concerning the high nitrate levels in Johnson Utilities water. Below is their response, along with a letter received by Arizona Corporation Commissioner, Tom Forese.
Today, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) received the test result of the drinking water sample we collected independently on Dec. 5, 2016, from Johnson Utilities public water system in Pinal County. ADEQ is pleased to let Johnson Utilities customers know that our test, which used certified analytical methods, demonstrated the nitrate level met the federal drinking water standard.
Join Combs Traditional Academy’s PTO, staff, students, and families on Friday, December 9th for a night of Bingo. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and games start at 6:00 p.m.
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is pleased to report that we are lifting the Johnson Utilities Drinking Water Advisory for nitrate. ADEQ notified Johnson Utilities (PWS 11182) customers on Dec. 2, 2016, to not provide water to infants under of the age of 6 months or use the water to make infant formula because of elevated nitrate levels. ADEQ has confirmed the problem has been resolved and tap water can be given to infants under the age of 6 months.
Residents in the San Tan Valley and Florence areas have been frustrated since Friday night, when they learned that the drinking water they receive from their utility provider, Johnson Utilities, had nitrate levels higher than the allowed federal standards.
Families living in the Johnson Utility water area of Pinal County, are being warned to avoid using tap water after high levels of nitrate were detected.
At about 11:30pm Tuesday night, Rural Metro Crews, including a crew from San Tan Valley, responded to 146 N Merrill in Apache Junction. According to reports a neighbor heard a noise and looked out to his neighbor’s house and noticed the mobile home on fire.