I've been asking around to a lot of different people on what they think of their HOA boards and how they function. The answers generate an almost standard bell curve with the exception that the main body of the bell is strongly skewed to the "less is better" side rather than being in dead center.
Five Sundays ago the Green Valley News headline was "Are elderly bullied in own homes?" That article reported that on April 8, Kim Bowman, who was living in an elderly relative's home in Desert Hills II, was cited for suspicion of drug possession and criminal damage.
A few weeks ago I wrote a two part piece about early TV news. I finished it with the comment that TV news quality had gone down, not up. The past few weeks has shown that the news service, with some exceptions, has slipped again.
John Milland today finishes a two-part series on the history of broadcast television. He is retired from broadcast TV and post production work in Los Angeles.
John Milland today begins a two-part series on the history of broadcast television. He is retired from broadcast TV and post production work in Los Angeles. Part two will appear next Sunday.
Arizona has enjoyed being in the forefront of conservative ideology for 44 years. There has been no effective Democratic Legislature power to dilute or change any Republican agenda.