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A few days from now, in a water park not far away… Join the 501st Legion, Dune Sea Garrison, and Rebel Legion on Saturday August 2nd at Breakers Water Park to help fight Childhood Cancer.
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
Unless an appeal is filed, the Town of Marana will become the latest Community Health Analysis Area in the Tucson region to house a medical marijuana dispensary.
Despite the fate of Tucson water parks like Justin’s Water World and Sports Park, Breakers Water Park has continued to push through a tough economy to stay afloat in Tucson since 1985.
The Marana Chamber of Commerce has announced its board of directors for the 2011-2012 fiscal year. The new chairman of the board is Steve Miklosi, general manager of the Breakers Water Park. Miklosi served as the chairman-elect during the previous fiscal year.
March 17 meeting to detail Copper Creek kindergarten registration
Breakers Water Park, the north Marana attraction, has added six six-foot inflatable spheres to its array of water fun.
After a lengthy presentation by the developer and 36 comments from the public July 20, the Marana Town Council has set an Aug. 17 date for anticipated votes on a development agreement and zoning change that would allow a commercial landfill on ground in West Marana.
Four Marana businesses and Pima Community College’s Northwest Campus have been recognized for excellence in service by the Marana Chamber of Commerce.
Dave Perry/The Explorer, Marana Chamber of Commerce Community and Business Builder recipients are, from left, Comcast, represented by vice president and general manager Joe Atamian; Pima Community College's Northwest Campus, with division dean Patricia Houston; Breakers Water Park and general manager Steve Miklosi; Tucson Turf, with business manager Jim Meyer and, at right, president Toby Bourguet; and e-Media Services, and its owner Joan Hale.
The Marana Chamber of Commerce has elected its board of directors for the 2008-09 fiscal year.
It will be sliding time again and time to wade into the waves May 23 when the 20-acre, nearly 20-year-old Breakers Water Park, 8555 W. Tangerine Road, opens for the summer season.