Reveles: 550 attended meeting on Peralta Canyon subdivision traffic system

Attendance at the Gold Canyon community meeting March 28 surpassed the steering committee’s expectations. Over 550 Gold Canyon residents turned out to hear about the Peralta Canyon Subdivision traffic system and its possible impacts on surrounding neighborhoods. Residents’ concerns were voiced during a lengthy question-and-answer period. A panel consisted of Todd House, member of the […]

Reveles: Apache Junction Mayor Serdy continues lusting after Gold Canyon’s assets

By seeking to corral volunteers from Gold Canyon organizations, businesses and home owner associations, AJ’s Mayor Jeff Serdy is unashamedly trying to annex Gold Canyon without putting annexation on the ballot. His manipulative move for a “collaborative group” is an ill-concealed power play, setting up so-called “volunteers” to “serve as the voice of the community.” […]

Reveles: Support public schools system at elections

An undeniable take-away from recent events is that working for public policy change at the state legislature is a long-term and unsure process. Three years ago, the Apache Junction Unified School District faced an ongoing fiscal challenge that led to the closing of the Superstition Mountain Elementary School. The school closure was an extreme measure […]