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“Is the SRP monopoly spending thousands of advertising dollars (consumer electrical power payments) to promote SRP or to promote Mayor Scott Smith’s run for governor?”
His acceptance speech was easily the most brief, but the thoughts shared Friday night by United Food Bank President and CEO Bob Evans were certainly among the most poignant.
They may be so commonplace they’re unappreciated, so simple they fail to activate the saliva glands at first sight, but in our book it’s hard to go wrong with chips and salsa.
When Kris Johnson bought her home 12 years ago, she fell in love with the high ceilings and open floor plan. It’s a unique home in Arizona because the neighborhood is patterned after a New England village, complete with shake roofs and a community lake.
The Salt River Project board approved a price decrease Monday that will result in lowering customer bills by an average of 1.1 percent beginning in May.
The Red Mountain Library will be hosting a free “Energywise” workshop with SRP 1 to 3 p.m. Friday.
I’d like to respond to the discussion of SRP purchasing Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s (LADWP) share of the Navajo Generating Station.
With April being Water Awareness Month, March turned out to be a pretty good time to start focusing on saving water when Salt River Project hosted its sixth annual Water Conservation Expo at the SRP PERA Club in Tempe.
Growth and expansion over the last few years has made Banner Health the leading employer in the City of Mesa.
An demonstration of extra low-flow toilets was just one exhibit of many at the sixth-annual SRP Water Conservation Expo, helpd March 2 in Tempe. [Photo courtesy SRP]
Gregg Elliott, an environmental scientist/engineer with SRP, speaks about the Phoenix-area water supply to guests at the sixth-annual Water Convservation Expo, March 2 in Tempe. [Photo courtesy SRP]
Jeff Lane is a media relations representative at SRP.
After Jody Farley Berens and Andy Royal lost their close friend, Michelle Singleton, to cancer in 2005, they noticed that while there were plenty of organizations aimed at helped in researching and battling cancer, there weren’t enough to help cancer patients get through the rigors of their day-to-day lives.
Salt River Project, the Arizona Multihousing Association and Drowning Prevention Coalition of Arizona have joined forces to remind the public to stay safe around water at community pools.
A major storm rolling through Friday caused a weather warning at Sky Harbor Airport, as well as closures and outages around the Valley.
As the first wall rose on her new home, Angelica Palomares silently wiped a tear from her cheek.
Conception Palomares helps to build her new home in Tempe with the help of SRP employees and their friends and family. [Photo courtesy SRP]
SRP employees and their friends and family pose with the Palomares family (front center) at the construction site. [Photo courtesy SRP]
Volunteers write messages of love and goodwill to Palomares family on walls of the house’s frame. [Photo courtesy SRP]
The Palomares family poses in front of their new home in Tempe. [Photo courtesy of SRP]
Angelica Palomares helps to build her new home in Tempe with the help of SRP employees and their friends and family. [Photo courtesy SRP]
The “Go Green Campaign” representing APS or SRP is a scam. They are offering a free energy expert to come to your house — for free. A one hour consultation may that find you may qualify for a rebate on energy efficient products to reduce your energy consumption. The rebate (is supposedly) up to $5,100.
With more than 300 days of sunshine a year, Arizona is an ideal place to utilize solar electricity. But the decision to invest in a solar installation on your home can be complicated.
That’s ‘YOUR’ money their donating folks and I, as a Salt River client and entrapped customer of a monopoly, am insulted by it. Personally, I wouldn’t give two cents to attend a Super Bowl game, but that’s besides the point. The City of Glendale has trickled away millions of $’s of their tax payers hard earned monies on sporting events and venues, unfortunately that’s their problem. But I sure don’t relish the fact that a public utility is using my hard-earned cash to help finance a sporting event supported by a minority of the utility’s paying customers. Next time SRP wants to raise it’s rates, give a second thought to where the money may be spent. Gee, I wonder if it has anything to do with a SRP executive being on the Super Bowl Committee?
Arizona’s largest electric company approved a $1 million donation to help support the 2015 Super Bowl in Glendale.