What Happened at 5/21/15 Board of Representatives!
- The following link was recommended by a member. It is for a online tour of the new Green Valley Hospital. [Hospital Tour]
- Green Valley’s representative to the County Bond Committee, Mike Lund, sent us this link to the Bond Details: www.pima.gov/bonds2015 . Click on maps on the right hand side, or on the bottom of the Projects tab. The map that Supervisor Ray Carroll brought to today’s meeting can be found on that link. The interactive map is fantastic, however, you may need to download a separate program to use it.
Pima County’s brochure about Transportation Funding and Spending. How are we going to fix our roads? Click here to view or download brochure
Community Plan – Roadmap to 2025.
Greetings Board of Representatives members!
The GVC Community Plan: Roadmap to 2025 has been approved by the Executive Board and the Board of Representative in March, 2015. It was adopted by the Pima County Board of Supervisors on April 21, 2015. Congratulations to our fantastic Community Plan Committee. [GVC Community Plan Roadmap to 2025 – Final (2)]
The document we have asked you to review is the text only – we are still working on the final layout style, but the words will not change. CommPlan Manuscript-2 23 15 rev2
Interesting and Helpful workshops and speakers planned this fall and 2015 for GVC member Homeowner Associations.
- Board of Representative meeting (Desert Hills Rec Center), 9:00 am, Speaker is Suzanne Shields, Pima County Flood Control Director.
- GVC Webinar Workshop: Aging Owners, A Demographic Dilemma.
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We’re growing, see what’s happening with our Preferred Vendor Program (PVP) !!
2015 Arizona Legislation soon to be listed on the website. Until then, 2014 Arizona Legislation that affects Homeowner Associations
Each bill became effective on July 3, 2015. The GVC has placed a summary of all the bills on its Current Issues page under the “Members” tab . [Or click here to go to the Legislation]