Desert Messenger

February 16, 2011

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F������� 16, 2011 Town updates Submitted by Patricia Anderson The Plymouth Rd. Beautifi cation is coming along, of course not as fast as we would like. The water that will be used for the desert plants is minimal because per Town water effi cient landscape Ordi- nance 07-01 only low water use plants are to be used. The money for this project was ob- tained through a grant, in this case it was for a walking path, shade struc- tures and desert plantings. The newly formed “Vendor, Swap Meets and RV Parks Municipal Board” is in the process of adding another member; this will bring the total to 7. Their duty will be to formulate, cre- ate and recommend to the Common Council any lawful plans duly adopted by the Board for the future well being of the Vendor, Swap Meet and RV Park Community, for the best interest of the Citizens of Quartzsite. The meetings will of course be open to the public. Quartzsite is winding down from an- other very succussful Vending season. Sorry to see many of our “family” ���.D����� M��������.��� leaving, hope you all return again next year! Quartzsite’s year long Centennial cel- ebration began last Saturday with the 6th annual ATV parade, and then on Monday the “365 days and counting” birthday party at Town Hall Sponsored by the Rotary. Arizona became the 48th State on Feb. 14, 1912. We are looking forward to ice cream socials, music jams, and just plain fun all year long. Check the Desert Messenger regu- larly for the upcoming events. Patricia Anderson Quartzsite Town Council FOR USED RV‛s, 5th Wheel & CASH Bumper Pull Trailers Call Steve 480-363-8025 (Satellite Voting Feb. 22nd) March 8th After retiring in April 2001, my husband Floyd and I (Patricia Anderson) moved to Quartzsite, bought property and settled in. We have seen many changes in Quartzsite. What has not changed is the giving and serving spirit of many of the residents and visitors. I have had the honor of working with many of you. I have served with the following groups: • Fire Auxiliary, President • Care Watch, Volunteer • Senior Center, Volunteer • Salvation Army, Volunteer • Hi Jolly Cemetery Board, Co-Chair • La Paz County Search and Rescue, Secretary, one of the Founding Members to get 501(c)3 status • La Paz County Advisory Council What I would do to cut spending: continue with the audits to fi nd out who is connected to town water and sewer and who is not; fi nd out who has been receiving these services without pay- ing for them; continue auditing indi- viduals who owe the town money for sales taxes or permits; retain the highly skilled staff at Town Hall, Library, Public Works, Wastewater Plant, Police Dept., Parks Dept. and their respective staff. None of us want “big government”. We must, however, follow certain rules to be able to prosper and grow fairly. In November 2009 the Acting Mayor and Council passed a Resolution de- claring “Fair and Equitable Treatment for all in Quartzsite”. That is how we do the business of the town. Town Hall has received letters from the League of Arizona Cities commend- ing them for taking the steps necessary to stabilize Quartzsite’s economy. Every fall we look forward to our win- ter visitors and vendors returning. We strive to continue to provide the ser- vices that we have in the past. Barbara Cowell, Jose Lizarraga, Jerry Lukkasson & Joe Winslow Keep us working with and for you. Re-Elect Council Members Patricia Anderson, Paid for by Patricia Anderson, Quartzsite Town Council, PO Box 4656, Quartzsite, AZ 85359 655 Connor Lane Prescott Area year around living For sale or lease, 4 acres having a great view with quality 5 year old dbl wide. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, big country kitchen, 12’x36’ deck, new 32’x 32’ 2 car garage workshop. $138,500 Terms available or $785/month lease Broker owner. Corner property, brick fence 2 wrought iron drive in roll gates, covered RV parking, covered patio, Kool Kover, utility building with washer, dryer, wa- ter heater and lots of storage. 598 Bonanza $75,000 Park model home with open fl oor plan, 18’x36’ covered patio and parking, Fenced with trees & storage building 608 Bonanza $55,800 2 bedroom mobile home on fenced corner property, large patio & storage building 586 Byrd Lane $55,000 Fenced RV Property all utilities facing BLM land 668 Cienega $54,000 Owner fi nancing on this RV property facing BLM 2 storage buildings, utili- ties for 1 RV 826 Cienega $45,500 2 bedroom mobile Furnished, guest cottage, RV hookup, Kool Kover, 3 storage buildings, Located on end of street 786 Comanche $99,400 Park model mobile furnished 20’x24’ recreation room with bath, laundry, 30’x20’ covered patio & parking 556 Connor Lane $66,000 Immaculate park model home, large covered patio, desert landscaping fenced property, utility building, washer included. 595 Desert Drive . $64,700 RV property with 2 utilities, Large fi n- ished recreation room, plus additional fi nished building with bath and washer, dryer good location 638 Desert Drive $95,500 Mobile Home property nicely land- scaped view across desert with or with- out mobile. 775 Emerald $57,000 Park model mobile furnished, large room addition 3 storage buildings, Kool Kover, washer, dryer, citrus trees, Front brick fence 676 Falcon Drive $69,400 Large RV property with utilities for one RV 706 Falcon $49,900 Quality custom home 1 bedroom, lo- cated at end of street, covered RV park- ing with utilities adjacent to BLM land. Owner fi nancing 141 Paseo Grande $156,000 Fenced ½ acre Utilities for 3 RV’s refur- bished in ground pool, In town location Owner fi nancing available $89,500 In town ¼ acre, utilities for 2 RV’s, Fenced Owner will fi nance $76,500 ¼ acre utilities for 1 RV, mature trees, fenced, close in Owner will fi nance $74,500 ALL PROPERTIES ARE DEEDED LOTS 928-927-5519 FEATURED PROPERTY Newer furnished park model home with extra bedroom, large covered deck on fenced property for the low price of $49,900. P��� 11 SOLD!!!

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