On January 9, 2013, Sempra U.S. Gas & Power announced that it had finished construction of Mesquite Solar 1 in Arlington, AZ, about 40 miles west of Phoenix. This 150-megawatt (MW) solar project is just the first phase of what may ultimately become a 700 MW solar installation. If that level of electrical production is reached, the 4000 acre Sempra Mesquite complex in Arlington will become one of the largest solar power installations in the entire country.Â
The already-completed phase one can generate enough Read the rest of this entry »
The economy hasn’t been what it used to be for a long time and as the divide between the “haves” and the “have-nots” continues to grow, crime is starting to increase at an alarming pace – not just in Arizona but all over the country. Property crimes are the most common and can range anywhere from the theft of an automobile from the premises to someone actually trying to break into your home. As a homeowner and maybe even a family man, you can’t afford not to take every precaution you can.
There are a number of ways you can protect your home from working something out with home security Charlotte services to changing the way you present your home to the outside world. Drawing the shades at night is typically the way to go in most scenarios because it doesn’t give potential invaders the opportunity to scout the home, and if they can’t see what’s inside they have no incentive to let themselves in. There are also hardware implements that can be used to brace your windows and doors, but you should check with the local law enforcement to make sure what you are up against and, especially, before opting to purchase your own firearm.
Governor Jan Brewer is taking a closer look at allegations that several recently reported child abuse incidents in Arizona occurred despite numerous complaints to the state’s Child Protective Services Agency. Governor Brewer canceled a trip to the Conference of Border State Governors in Mexico to meet with Clarence Carter, her Director of Economic Security, to voice concerns and said of CPS, “It’s something that’s high on my agenda.”
In one event, a 6-year-old boy died after being admitted to a hospital emergency room with a brain bruise and other Read the rest of this entry »
The Arizona Republican Party and CNN announced on September 29 that they are co-sponsoring a debate between the Republican presidential hopefuls at 6 p.m. (8 p.m. EST) on Thursday, December 1. According to Governor Jan Brewer, the debate will highlight Southwestern issues like illegal immigration, border security, the housing crisis, and states’ rights. “These are national issues, certainly,” said the governor, “but Arizonans live and breathe them.”
Sam Feist, CNN’s Washington bureau chief and senior vice president, said that the network was “honored to provide voters in Arizona and around the country an opportunity to hear the Read the rest of this entry »
Olivia Cortes is a naturalized citizen of The United States. She has been a naturalized citizen for forty years. She says that she is running for the same seat in the Arizonian Senate as Russell Pearce. The problem that is being caused by her public pronouncements as being a legitimate candidate are not being reported by the Secretary of State of Arizona but are being asserted by other citizens who are backing another candidate for the same office. The other candidate actually running for the Senate seat is Jerry Lewis.
The situation is rather crony instigated. Olivia Cortes is a Read the rest of this entry »
Due to the recent census tabulation, it is going to affect the Phoenix metro area, which is going to increase from 3 to 5 of the 9 congressional districts in the state of Arizona. The numbers were just recently counted, and it is found that due to a large increase in the city’s population, they are entitled to the largest congressional district, and that the citizens need the additional seats, in order to have their voices heard in the state. Phoenix was already the Read the rest of this entry »