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AnnUAL AgencY PLAn
the city of phoenix housing department invites you to a public meeting seeking resident and public input to the city’s 2009/10 annual agency plan. copies of the draft annual agency plan are available for review at the housing department’s administrative offices, 251 W. Washington st., fourth floor, and on the internet at phoenix.gov/housing. the agency plan describes the housing department’s implementation of its public housing and section 8 programs. the public meeting, required by federal regulations, will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009, at the marcos de niza community activity center, 301 W. pima st.

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bulk trash must be placed out by 6 a.m. 1-12-09

Four times a year city crews collect bulk trash such as tree limbs, palm fronds, some large appliances and discarded furniture. all vegetation must be less than four feet long and 12 inches in diameter. a citywide map of collection areas is published quarterly in notes, the city services bill newsletter. to view a copy of the map online, go to phoenix.gov/publicworks. For more information, call 602-262-7251 or send e-mail to pwserve@phoenix.gov.

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complete hearing information for (but not limited to) planning commission, planning hearing officer, Zoning adjustment and board of adjustment hearings can be found in the arizona business Gazette at www.legalnotice.org/pl/azcentral/landing1.aspx. For additional information, please contact the city of phoenix planning department at 602-262-7131. For ada information, call the planning department, theresa damiani, 602-2626888 (voice) or 602-495-3793 (fax) or city tty relay /602-534-5500. debra Wilkins stark aicp, planning director Frank Fairbanks, city manager

HoUseHoLd HAZArdoUs WAste coLLection – incLUding eLectronics, sHredded PAPer And PLAstic bAgs
the next household hazardous waste collections will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 15, 16 and 17 at palmcroft baptist church, 15825 n. 35th ave., and Feb. 19, 20 and 21 at pecos park, 17010 s. 48th st. For information, call 602-262-7251, send e-mail to pwserve@phoenix.gov or visit phoenix.gov/publicworks.

residents invited to comment
the city of phoenix is in the process of preparing its 2009-10 budget, which will include reductions to city programs and services of more than $162 million. residents are invited to attend community hearings to discuss the proposed budget before final decisions are made. there also will be a special hearing for seniors. at the hearings, residents will have an opportunity to comment and make suggestions. council members and staff from the budget and research department and city manager’s office will answer questions and talk about specific district issues. this public discussion is among the reasons the city’s budget so closely matches the community’s highest priorities each fiscal year. visit phoenix.gov to review the proposed budget or call 602-262-4800. Seniors and District 8 10 a.m. tuesday, Jan. 13 devonshire senior center auditorium 2802 e. devonshire st. District 5 and 7 6 p.m. tuesday, Jan. 13 maryvale community center auditorium 4420 n. 51st ave. District 8 6 p.m. tuesday, Jan. 13 south mountain community center multi-purpose room 212 e. alta vista road District 1 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14 Goelet a.c. beuf community center multi-purpose room 3435 W. pinnacle peak road District 6 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14 madison school district office board room 5601 n. 16th st. District 3 6 p.m. thursday, Jan. 15 cowden center at John c. lincoln hospital barb’s room 9202 n. second st. Districts 1 and 5 6 p.m. thursday, Jan. 15 manzanita senior center 3581 W. northern ave. District 7 6 p.m. tuesday, Jan. 20 cesar chavez library 3635 W. baseline road District 4 7:30 a.m. thursday, Jan. 22 regular district 4 breakfast meeting hometown buffet 1501 W. bethany home road District 2 6 p.m. thursday, Jan. 22 desert broom library 29710 n. cave creek road District 3 6 p.m. thursday, Jan. 22 shadow mountain senior center auditorium 3546 e. sweetwater ave. District 6 6 p.m. thursday, Jan. 22 pecos community center 17010 s. 48th st. District 2 6 p.m. tuesday, Jan. 27 paradise valley community center multi-purpose room 17402 n. 40th st. District 7 6 p.m. tuesday, Jan. 27 encanto park clubhouse ballroom 2605 n. 15th ave. For more information, alternative format or reasonable accommodations, call 602-262-4800/voice or 602-534-5500/city tty relay.

Fire stAtion 59 site seLection
the phoenix Fire department will begin selection of a site for new Fire station 59. the proposed location is 65th avenue and buckeye road. the project is to be funded through the 2001 city of phoenix capital improvement Fire bond program. the estimated project schedule includes site selection approval Winter 2009. construction will begin Fall 2009 with completion in summer 2010. the estimated total project cost is $6 million. please join us to discuss this future project: 6 p.m. tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009 Western valley elementary school 6250 W. durango st. phoenix, aZ 85043 For further information, please call 602-261-8546. For ada information/alternative format/reasonable accommodations, please contact Ken leake, at 602-261-8546, 150 s. 12th street, phoenix, aZ 85034 or city of phoenix Fire department, tty/relay 602-495-5555.

ProPosed cHAnges For bUs roUtes And services And PArA-trAnsit services WitHin PHoeniX And FAre increAses And imPLementAtion eFFective JULY 2009
(revised) a series of public hearings will present proposed changes to the city of phoenix budget; included in the presentation are proposed changes to bus routes and service within the city of phoenix set to occur in late July 2009. the proposed changes are to fixed-route bus service and para-transit service, which include, but are not limited to: Fare increases to fund fixed-route bus and para-transit services; elimination of ada-passenger monthly pass; fare implementation for circulator services; and route and/or service reductions to routes 7-ltd., 156, and circulators aleX, dart, deer run, mary, and smart When and Where: Jan. 13, 10 a.m. devonshire senior center, 2802 e. devonshire st.; Jan. 13, 6 p.m. maryvale community center, 4420 n. 51st ave.; Jan. 13, 6 p.m. south mountain community center, 212 e. alta vista; Jan. 14, 6 p.m. Goelet a. beuf community center, 3435 W. pinnacle peak road.; Jan. 14, 6 p.m. madison school district, district office, 5601 n 16th st., Jan. 15, 6 p.m. cowden center at John c. lincoln hospital, 9202 n. second st.; Jan. 15, 6 p.m. manzanita senior center, 3581 W. northern ave.; Jan. 20, 6 p.m., cesar chavez library, 3635 W baseline road.; Jan. 22, 7:30 a.m., hometown buffet, 1501 W. bethany home road.; Jan. 22, 6 p.m. desert broom library, 29710 n cave creek road.; Jan. 22, 6 p.m. shadow mountain senior center, 3546 e sweetwater ave.; Jan. 22, 6 p.m. pecos community center, 17010 s. 48th st.; Jan. 27, 6 p.m. paradise valley community center, 17402 n. 40th st.; Jan. 27, 6 p.m. encanto park clubhouse, 2605 n. 15th ave. Written comments accepted: “July bus service changes,” city of phoenix public transit department, 302 n. First ave., suite 900, phoenix, aZ 85003 or e-mailed to pubtrans@phoenix.gov until 5 p.m. tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009. information on proposed bus service change in phoenix will be posted at www.phoenix. gov. this information can be provided in an alternate format upon request. For reasonable accommodations please call don phillips as early as possible to coordinate needed arrangements. call 602-262-7614 (voice) or, tty602-2618208; or email pubtrans@phoenix.gov

For more inFormation, alternative Format/ reasonable accommodations, contact the speciFic departments. the city tty relay is 602-534-5500.