Make Your Vote Count! How Not To Spoil Your Ballot.
The year-end 2012 financials have been published. During the Town Council meeting on December 17th, 2012, the Financial Manager presented these, and painted a rosy picture. At this meeting, the town announced that they had a cash balance of $3,048,542. Unfortunately, things aren’t as rosy as they seem.Read More
On December 19, 2011, Jim Bruce, Steve LaMar, Tom McGuire and Shelley Anderson went down in Cave Creek history as being the first Council Members to vote in favor of an open ended property tax. They did this knowing that over 1/3 of their constituents could NOT vote in the election.Read More
The transparency of the current town government, is often opaque. Who really runs Cave Creek? What is the town hiding? Are we robbing from Peter to pay Paul? Why is there taxation without approval? All these questions and lots more need to be addressed by the new Town Council.Read More
Water and Cave Creek By Bill Allen, PhD, & Registered Geologist Location, Location, Location. It sounds like a real estate mantra, but for water and its users, is it ever true. In Cave Creek’s case, our supply comes from the Colorado River through the Central Arizona Project canal (CAP) located 13+ miles south of town. [...]
Candidates Forum Success at Buffalo Chip At the Buffalo Chip on Tuesday evening, April 23rd, the five remaining candidates for the four remaining Town Council seats attended the “Run-off” Candidates Forum hosted by Cave Creek Election 2013. Former Councilperson and Big Earls proprietor Kim Brennan was the moderator and recently re-elected Mayor Vincent Francia served [...]
The current Town Council election
is contentious, to say the least.
Unfortunately for voters, the
incumbents and their supporters
don’t address the issues.Instead,
they react with accusations.
Cave Creek is over $60,000,000 in debt, the highest per capita debt in the state. The only incumbent candidate left in the run-off to fill four open seats went on record on April 23, 2013 to state that the Town’s debt is under control.
Do you want to see the vote
totals from the March town
election results? We’ve got them.
You can see how close the race
was and why we are having a
run-off election. Be sure to vote
BEFORE May 21, 2013.
Residents learned that the town management had been in meetings with APS during the previous year, and had not provided any info to any of the communities to be affected by the power lines then claimed that the town has no influence over APS, and that APS does what it wants.