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Theresa Pinto, Maricopa County Flood Control project manager, spoke at a monthly meeting co-hosted by Friends of Daisy Mountain Trails and the Anthem Community Council Sept. 10 via Zoom to discuss Adobe Dam, Desert Hills and Apache Wash flooding data found in an ongoing study.

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Cave Creek residents petitioned and submitted a formal letter of opposition to the town council in response to the recommendation of approval for six exception requests to the subdivision ordinance for the development of a subdivision in the Hidden Valley area.

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Registration is open through Sept. 24 for sponsors, crafters, artists and vendors to participate in this year’s Autumnfest event on Saturday, Oct. 23, and Sunday, Oct. 24, at Community Park.

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Phoenix District 1 Councilmember Ann O’Brien hosted a community breakfast Aug. 27 at the DoubleTree Hilton at MetroCenter to cover her work during her first 100 days in office. 

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Local author Alexis Ferri experienced a rough awakening at 17 when volunteering at the Tierra Madre Horse Sanctuary in Cave Creek for community service hours: The abused and abandoned horses that ended up at the sanctuary were the lucky ones. Many horses in that situation end up being sold f…

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