What happens behind closed doors is usually nobody’s business. Not when it’s a Kaizen! A Kaizen is a highly focused time-limited team that comes together to achieve rapid improvement for a highlighted problem. At the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court (COSC), Chad A. Roche began the first of many planned Kaizen events or “bursts.” A short film about this Kaizen can be seen by going to the Clerk’s Facebook page at Pinal County Clerk of the Superior Court and clicking on the Kaizen link. It is also available on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/MHpyws9rfXw
Horne stated: “the portions of the Voting Rights Act requiring preclearance of all voting changes are either archaic, not based in fact, or subject to completely subjective enforcement based on the whim of federal authorities. Arizona has been subjected to enforcement actions for problems that were either corrected nearly 40 years ago and have not been repeated, or penalized for alleged violations that have no basis in the Constitution. That needs to stop.”
No windows down, car was not running. Little girl had a drink, but - based on surveillance video - was left inside vehicle for 1.5 hrs.
The mother told deputies she thought she was inside for only 20 to 30 minutes, Johnson said.
Deputies were forced to break rear passenger window around 5:45pm to rescue the child who had freed herself from a child safety seat.
These one-on-one lessons are held on a weekly basis at a time convenient to both the student and teacher. The lessons are equal to one college credit. There also is a lab fee of $140 for the course.
Randy disappeared on April 7, 1979 after being separated from other family members while on a hiking trip to Peppersauce Canyon near the town of Oracle within Pinal County.
Attorney General Tom Horne announced that Julianne M. Lane, a home health worker in Tucson is facing charges stemming from allegations of a large scale financial fraud on an elderly client.
The action was filed June 20, 2011 in Pima County and is the result of a joint investigation conducted by the Tucson Police Department, the Attorney General’s Special Investigations Section, and the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
Lane, 45, was charged with 1 count of fraud, schemes and artifices, 3 counts of forgery and one count of theft/financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. She was indicted by a Pima County grand jury on June 20, 2011.
The satellite district office opened on August 1, 2011 and is located on the Mountain Vista Middle School campus, at 33622 Mountain Vista Boulevard. It is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., which is the same as the main District Office. Staff at this new location may be reached at (480) 888-4420.
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