Now This Is How The Anthem Should Be Sung
The CDO High School Choir members performed the national anthem a the "State of the Town Address and Luncheon. The luncheon was attended by more than 625 people. We'll report next week on some of what Mayor Hiremath said. Meahwhile, please enjoy the singing.
OVPD Citizen Survey Shows Respondents Praise The Cops
The Oro Valley Police Department has issued its latest citizen survey.
"In September 2006, in an effort to improve the quality of services, the Oro Valley Police Department created a citizen survey for its constituents. The survey provides a fact-finding medium to determine how the Police Department is doing from the citizens. Patrol officers, volunteers, school resource officers and crime prevention officers distribute the surveys to citizens. The surveys are also available at the Oro Valley Library and the Police Department’s main and north stations."
We think that there were 22 responses included in this survey. The top 2 crime concerns were burglary and traffic. Most who were surveyed called the police because of suspicious persons. The resondents praised the professional demeanor of the police.
Pavement Preservation: Thanks You Council? We Think Not
Pavement preservation on Pusch Ridge Lane on Wednesday was preceeded by a large portable sign extolling its virtue. At the bottom of the sign" "Brought To You By The Oro Valley Town Council." We had not idea the Oro Valley's council members were paying for pavement preservation. Fact is: It's your tax money that is paying for it. The sign should read: "Brought To You By The Residents of Oro Valley."