Vol. 14 Issue No. 38 | September 17 – 23, 2008

taste of cave creek

‘Regularizing’ the town’s status as water provider

By Linda Bentley | September 17, 2008

CAVE CREEK – The first general agenda item for Monday night’s council meeting was the adoption of a resolution to execute the assignment of rights and assumption of obligations of Central Arizona Project (CAP) municipal and industrial water service contract.
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Trio facing burglary charges for Saturday Cracked Crab caper

angela burkeBy Curtis Riggs | September 17, 2008

Angela Burke arrested early Sept. 13
CAVE CREEK – A former employee of the Cracked Crab was charged with burglarizing the now-closed eatery early on Saturday morning, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office officials said.


Merchants, towns hoping for good season after dismal summer

By Curtis Riggs | September 17, 2008

spur cross stationPromoting “Shop, Eat Local”
CAREFREE – Merchants, local chambers of commerce and civic officials remain upbeat about the possibility of having a prosperous tourist season. Many say the summer was the toughest one on businesses in years.


Only in Cave Creek – $39 million is better than $89 million

By Linda Bentley | September 17, 2008

'Wastewater treatment plant’ is fighting words
CAVE CREEK – Monday night’s Call to the Public began with Gerald Kretsch, who said he lives behind the Neary water tank, and stated, “It’s a dump. You’ve basically destroyed our art district – they’re all gone.”

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Pick-ups continue at GSOTHEC

“Day laborers” were picked up at or near the Good Shepherd of the Hills Episcopal Church on Aug. 26 and Sept. 8.

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