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Year in review from Page 11
Offi ces, retail built Sidelines celebrates fi ve years
Executive offi ce spaces are built on 5 acres at
Celebration Park honorees
Dobson Town Place, north of Las Tiendas Village
The fi rst three individuals, Lenford Calley, Offi cer
shopping center on Alma School north of Queen Creek
Robert Nielsen and Henry Salinas, are recognized at
Road. Downtown Ocotillo, located on the southwest
Celebration Plaza by Mayor Boyd W. Dunn and the City
of Chandler for their civic leadership, public outreach
and outstanding personal service and commitment.
Timbuktu closes, has fi nal sale
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corner of Queen Creek and Dobson roads, begins
BIG FIVE: Sidelines Tavern and Grill owner Kristina Grako and
construction on the 19-acre mixed-use property with
daughter Marlee celebrate the restaurant’s fi fth anniversary on
the northwest corner of Alma School and Queen Creek roads, in
99,000 square feet of retail and offi ce space, more than
the Ocotillo/Target center.
300 housing units and a 170-room hotel. Both projects
are being built by Lawrence & Geyser.
A speculative mixed-use development named Park Hamilton employee wins BMW
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Ocotillo is announced for the southwest corner of
GOODBYE: Timbuktu Co., an importer of unique, handcrafted
Queen Creek and Price roads. This LGE development decor and gifts from around the world, closes its Gilbert location
covers 37 acres and will include 356,000 square feet of
after nine years in business.
retail, offi ce and light industrial.
Local art in cancer center
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NEW CAR: Dan Walden, head of security at Hamilton High
School, takes home a $40,000 BMW 2008 BMW Z4 3.0i Roadster
convertible after winning it in the 2008 Chandler Education
Foundation (CEF) raffl e. Emcee Ramzy Saba and CEF Executive
Director Glenna McCollum-Cloud look on.
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INSTALLATION: Art students from Santan Junior High School –
Only a few miles away, on 10.5 acres across Frye
Juri Yamashita, Gabby Lobe, Tawni Meyer and Diala Manfoukh
Road from Chandler Fashion Center, stands the shell CUMC holds fi rst service at new location
– install their paintings in the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center in
of what was envisioned to be the Elevation Chandler Chandler United Methodist Church conducts its
Scottsdale. Teacher and cancer survivor Dana Denley-Shough
looks on.
Tower, slated for an upscale, high-end hotel with an fi rst Sunday worship service at its new location at
exercise club and spa. But the owner’s fi nancing falls 450 E. Chandler Heights Rd. in Southern Chandler on
through and construction stops. The property is set to March 2 and holds its offi cial consecration service on
go up for auction on April 14, 2008. March 16.
April 2008
Economy, Tumbleweed Rec opens to public
Public park policies scrutinized
community focus
of Dunn’s address
Economic issues and
community partnerships
dominate the topics covered
by Mayor Boyd Dunn in his
annual State of the City address
on Feb. 19 at the Chandler
Center for the Arts.
Chandler Mayor
Boyd Dunn
Intel lands best citizen award
Intel Corporation takes the No. 1 spot in this year’s
“100 Best Corporate Citizens” list released by CRO
Magazine, a publication for corporate responsibility
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offi cers, for best practices across eight categories:
PLACE TO PLAY: The $15 million Tumbleweed Recreation Center
(TRC), a year and a half in the making, opens for residents to
environment, climate change, human rights,
get fi t, take a wide array of special interest classes and enjoy
The eviction of a youth team practicing baseball
employee relations, corporate governance, lobbying,
birthday parties for kids, after-school movies and a computer lab. at Pinelake Park leaves many Southern Chandler
philanthropy and fi nancial performance. Intel has
residents with questions about which activities are
been in the top 20 since the list began nine years ago.
allowed and exactly what the intended uses are for the
Anne Frank exhibit to Chandler
publicly funded amenities. Pinelake Estates resident
“Anne Frank: A History for Today” exhibit comes
Steve Gosselin leads an effort to make sure children in
to the East Valley Barness Family Jewish Community
his neighborhood can play baseball in their park.
Center (EVJCC) April 4 to May 1, telling the grim tale
of the German-Jewish teen forced into hiding with her
family during the Holocaust.
See Year in review Page 13
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