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Business Devil Dog holds 1st boxing tourney


Chandler’s Devil Dog Boxing is holdings its fi rst amateur Boxing Tournament starting at 1 p.m. Sat., June 11, and it’s free and open to the public. Head Coach James Muilenberg, also Devil Dog’s lead trainer, says it’s a sanctioned competition by the USA Amateur Boxing Association. They are expecting about a dozen fi ghts with competitors as young as 6 to 30 years of age.


Devil Dog Boxing is in a 2,800-square-foot fi tness facility and features a regulation sized boxing ring, speed-bags, heavy bags weights and more. For those focused on boxing competitively or recreationally, Devil Dog will train with circuit training; coordination


and conditioning exercises; drills on the heavy bag, speed bag and double-end bag; and one-on-one work with a trainer in the ring.


Devil Dog Boxing also offers workouts for men, women, boys and girls of all ages for weight loss, stress relief, muscle and core development, muscle endurance, cardiovascular fi tness and self defense development.


Devil Dog Boxing is located at 590 N. Alma School Rd. Suite 28, on the southwest corner of Alma School and Galveston, north of Chandler Boulevard in Chandler. For details, call 480-430-7683 or visit www.devildogboxing.com.


Budget, fees at Chandler City Council meeting Submitted photo


DOWNTOWN: Jennifer Lindley is the new executive director of the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership (DCCP), officially starting work June 16. According to www.downtownchandler.org, Lindley “brings experience and enthusiasm to the position, and will do great things for Downtown Chandler.”


Animal needs home


Queenie, a 1-1/2 year-old female shepherd mix who is a victim of a foreclosure, needs a new home.


She’s available through Lost Our Home Pet Foundation, a 501(c)(3)


nonprofi t composed of a group of real estate professionals and various lay volunteers who rescue pets left behind due to foreclosure or fi nancial hardship.


They say Queenie gets along well with other dogs and cats, and one she settles in, she will be a comfortable and happy pet. She is spayed, micro-chipped and vaccinated and part of the Lost Our Home Pet Foundation’s homeless looking for a “fur-ever home.” If interested in Queenie or any of the other available pets, visit www.lostourhome.org or call the 24-hour help line at 602-230-HELP (4357).


The Chandler City Council’s recent meeting included the following actions: Tentatively adopting the 2011-12 fi scal year budget. Amending the Citywide Fee Schedule relating to public works, community services and planning and development fees to update fees that no longer accurately refl ect the cost to provide the service. Approving a construction services agreement with SDB Inc. for $924,000 to refurbish the sand fi lter system at the Ocotillo Water Reclamation Facility. In addition, the council approved agreements with


fi ve engineering consulting fi rms totaling $3.75 million for a broad range of services including permitting, assessment, and design of water and wastewater facilities.


At the conclusion of the meeting, Mayor Jay Tibshraeny thanked staff who worked on development of the tentative budget, as well as members of the public who attended his latest State of the City Address. Council meetings are aired live, as well as replayed, on Chandler Channel 11 and streamed on the web at www.chandleraz.gov/video.


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