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editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013


Battalion Chief Cheryl Van Horn competes in golf tournament


.Brian Curry Sun Lakes Fire Department’s Battalion


Chief Cheryl Van Horn recently won a silver medal for golf at the prestigious World Fire-Police games which gathers emergency service workers from around the world in various sports. Competing in Belfast, Ireland, Van Horn had scores of 89, 86 and 85 in the three day event which the chief has competed in two other times. Van Horn wished to thank her golf partner, Donna Pierce, who is retired from the Chandler Fire Department and the Oakwood Country Club for their support and encouragement. “The hospitality and friendliness of the Irish golf community was fantastic and the camaraderie of so many emergency personnel from all over the world was awesome; it was a great time” said Van Horn. 


Sun Lakes Fire Department Battalion Chief Cheryl Van Horn proudly displays the silver medal she won at the World Fire-Police games. (Photo by Brian Curry).


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of gratitude.” In October, SRP is expected to designate


either Hunt Highway or Germann Road as its preferred route to transmit power from its Schrader substation near Arizona Avenue to a new substation to be built on Intel land. The recommendation would go to a state


Line Siting committee, which will hold a quasi- judicial hearing on SRP’s plan. Sun Lakes HOAs have retained Phoenix attorney Patrick Black to represent them during this formal legal process. A fi nal recommendation will go to the Arizona Corporation Commission early next year. “Hunt Highway is the wrong choice in


so many ways,” said Charlene Petragallo, president of


IronOaks HOA. “SRP’s own


numbers show that route much more densely populated than Germann and the corridor is much narrower than Germann -a six lane highway.” The three HOA representatives warned


that any large poles along Hunt Highway would tower directly over homes. There is very little room between the road and homes along the entire stretch. Mrs. Petragallo cautioned against


complacency among IronOaks residents. A Hunt Highway route would take the high- voltage line up Old Price Road, next to homes not only in Sun Lakes Country Club but IronOaks as well. SRP has rented the San Tan Ballroom in


Cottonwood for a public meeting from 10:00 a.m.-noon on Tuesday, October 22. The utility isn’t saying but it is widely expected SRP will announce its preferred route at that time. STOPPP’s three leaders urged Sun Lakes


residents to pack the Ballroom on October 22. “We need to show SRP that they will meet strong resistance at every turn,” Mrs. Tolar said. They urged homeowners to continue


sending comment cards directly to SRP, objecting to the project. This can be done at http://www.azpower.org/secure/comment. aspx. Refer to the “Price Road Corridor 230kV Project.” “Germann


residents are fi ghting to


have the line go along Hunt. They have got Chandler city offi cials advocating for them,” Mrs. Skrei said. “Our case is strong but we need to make it over and over again. And we can’t just wait for our attorney to do it.” More information can be or


found at www.stoppp.net at COOP’s website www.coopsunlakes.wordpress.com. 


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Zimmerley and special guest Terry Randal on guitar and vocal. Special guests appearing with the band


will be Jack Barber, Merle Bartlet, Elmer Crohn, Ethel Koch, Betti Sue, Jodi Perkins, Dean Tucker and Earl Walker.* All in all folks, we think we have a show


that will knock your socks off. Tickets are still only $10 each and will be available at the SunBird clubhouse HOA offi ce. *All cast members subject to change. 


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