“I’m sitting at my desk, up to my eye balls in work to finish and I almost forget it’s lunch time. I hurry out to get my usual and by the time I get back to my computer to work I can hardly keep my eyes open. The only thing that sounds appealing is a cozy bed and a nice pillow, even if only for 30 minutes, it’s got to help. I can’t help but feel like I just had this afternoon crash. So much for starting to exercise today, I’m way too tired..”
In compliance with PCSO policy to alert the media and members of the public when a registered sex offender moves into the county, or changes address - here is the latest update.
Bryan C Pilcher - Level 3 Sex Offender
Convicted in 1989 for indecent exposure, had over 200 female victims. Convicted in 1999 for failure to register.
Community members are invited to enjoy a feel-good film that centers on the friendship between a boy and a disabled dolphin.
CAC Family Flicks presents Dolphin Tale at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 28, at the Copper Basin YMCA in the San Tan Valley. The YMCA in the Copper Basin subdivision at Copper Mind Road and Main Street.The community is invited to this free movie night that also will feature complimentary popcorn.
Contributions Based on Numbers of Hours SRP Employees Volunteered at Each Agency
Salt River Project employees are turning their volunteer hours into much-needed funds for the nonprofit organizations they assist through the SRP Dollars for Doers program.The pilot program contributes funds, ranging from $250 to $1,000, directly to community nonprofits based upon the number of volunteer hours donated during the 2011 calendar year by SRP employees. The grant program is designed to provide funding to nonprofit agencies that are also supported by the volunteer efforts of SRP employees.
Traffic Restrictions:Ellsworth Road, Riggs Road to Empire Boulevard - Utility work near the intersection of Mewes Road will require travel lanes in the north and southbound directions be closed between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Construction is underway on a one-mile stretch of new freeway in MesaWork has begun on State Route 24, the newest freeway in the Southeast Valley, and today crews started drilling for the first pier of ramps that will connect State Route 24 to Loop 202 (Santan Freeway). Construction will continue through fall of 2013 on the first mile of State Route 24 from Loop 202 to Ellsworth Road.