News for Sunday, April 30, 2017 |
Running Man Fuels Announces One Hour Planned Power
Outage & Temporary Closure
The Running Man Fuel Station and Convenience Store on Mohave Road and I-95
will shut down
for 1 hour on Tuesday, April 25th from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. for
a planned power outage.
This will finalize the installation process and testing
of their new generator they had installed earlier
in the month, all in
preparation for the upcoming Monsoon season so that they may better serve
customers in the case of a weather induced power outage.
The management apologizes for this small inconvenience to their
morning customer's routines.
If you have any questions regarding this closure please contact the Assistant
Heath Humeumptewa at (928) 669-1513.
Impact Aid Task Force to Meet
The federal government issues Impact Aid to school districts that have
their tax bases reduced by a federal presence.
The presence of Military Bases and Indian Reservations are the most
common examples. Parker Unified
School District has over 50% of our students living on Trust Land of the
Colorado River Indian Tribes. The
federal government provides over $5,000,000 per year in Impact Aid in support of
the district’s general budget.
Taxpayers provide the remainder of the district’s general budget support through
$6,000,000 in Arizona State Aid and approximately $930,000 in secondary property
A meeting of the Impact Aid Task Force will be held Monday, May 8, 2017, at
6:00PM, in the CRIT Tribal Council Chambers.
The Impact Aid Task Force meeting is open to the public and provides an
opportunity for Tribal Officials and parents of students living on Indian land
to have input into the educational programs provided by Parker Unified School
District. If you have any questions,
feel free to contact Mr. Brad Sale, Assistant Superintendent at 669-9244.