- Your Voice
From the back of a packed Oro Valley Town Council chambers, near the doors ordered open by the town fire marshal, one of the many skeptics of the town’s proposal to purchase the Hilton El Conquistador’s country club couldn’t contain his irritation.
I attended the Oro Valley Town Council meeting last night and was dismayed that Mayor Hiremath seems to think he is King. He and he alone negotiated an agreement to adhere to “confidentiality” commitments so that the public could not know the “real” amounts from “secret deals”. I have not heard so much hubris from a politician since Gruber admitted that Obamacare had to be kept “secret” in order to pass it. Otherwise, the stupid (yes Gruber called the voters stupid) voters would never allow it to pass.
Oro Valley Police Chief Daniel Sharp discusses community policing with Sun City resident in 2013.
The public is invited to a special event on Friday, Nov. 7, at 1 p.m. in the auditorium located at 1495 E. Ranch Vistoso Blvd. The program will feature Golder Ranch Fire Department EMS Battalion Chief Josh Hurguy and Oro Valley Water Utility Conservationist Karn Boyce.
An Oro Valley couple gathers traditions from many ancient media.
Five of the six Northwest area football teams were ranked in their respecitve top-10 of the ACS Football rankings.
At the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum, Mayor Hiremath, said,
The Oro Valley Police Department has had a decent response to its monthly Coffee with a Cop program, where they invite the public to sit down with them over a cup of Joe to talk about issues, concerns, or simply get to know the men and women serving on the police force in their town.
A Candidate Forum for the upcoming Oro Valley Town Council Primary Election will be held in Sun City Oro Valley on Tuesday, July 22, at 1 p.m. in the auditorium at 1495 E Rancho Vistoso Blvd.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath at one point declared he desired only to be a one-term mayor, but has decided to seek reelection in August after seeing “a lot of positive momentum, not only for the Town of Oro Valley, but region wide.”
Due to high user demand, residents of Sun City Oro Valley will see the development of three new pickleball courts, estimated to be completed in late summer.
Thelma Grimes’ editorial has exposed Mr. Zinkin’s character. His continued litigious retaliation against Oro Valley resident Don Cox further defines the persona of this man and is in sync with all the allegations that were proven to be true.
Sun City Oro Valley will soon be home to an additional three pickleball courts, which are expected to be completed later this year. With more than 200 club members, the demand is prevalent during the cooler times of the year.
At a price tag of $290,000, the current bocce ball courts in Sun City Oro Valley will be moved and three pickleball courts will be build in its place.
Vern Lemieux returns a serve while playing a friendly match with fellow pickleball club members Monday morning.
Karen Koch and Bruce Miller, front, compete in a pickleball match with Sharon Miller and Jim Fleischer Monday morning on the pickleball courts in Sun City Oro Valley.
A friendly comradery among players is seen after each game as competitors bump rackets and congratulate each other.
Lyn Mason reacts after getting a shot past one of her opponents.
I haven’t been the same since that time I took up bicycling. My son, the triathlete, extolled the health benefits of riding a bike. I had a bike as a kid and I liked it. It was freedom. But now, in my third age, it was about exercise. About heart health, stronger lungs, increasing brain power and living longer.
Best Active Living Community
Best Fitness Center/Gym
Best Mexican Food Two-time winner
An Evening of Magic, sponsored by the American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 will be hosting a special magic show on Saturday, April 26, at 7 p.m.