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   Volume 15, Number 22

November 5, 2005

SRP project spokesman Jogi Gadok fields questions at the informational open house held at Kyrene Middle School.

Photo by David Stone

SRP shocker: $10m to bury power lines
By Doug Snover
Tempe may ask Salt River Project to bury a proposed high-voltage power line that has some Kyrene Corridor residents fuming about their property values and views if the utility hangs the new line on poles along portions of McClintock Drive.

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   Inside this issue

• Discerning Diner: It's early: Dare we mention the 'T' word?
• Budget issue to be decided Nov. 8; Waters won't resign post
• KMS relay race to help offset athletes' 'Pay-for-Play' costs
• 'Prisoner' a 'must-see' for Potter uninitiates
• Disney animators hatch a new twist on story of Chicken Little
• Youth seek to make library teen friendly
• Sports Notebook: Returning seniors elevates hoop-team hopes
   Time Capsule: This Issue, Last Year

November 6, 2004

Kyrene Corridor Rotary Club first with Centennial charter
To the casual observer, it was just another benchmark in the normal chronology of events that, since 1904, have welcome 1.2 million members into the family of Rotary International. However, for those who appreciated its significance, the official chartering ceremony for Rotary Club of the Kyrene Corridor held a uniqueness all its own.

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