4 edition of A brief introduction to Arizona history and government found in the catalog.
|Statement||Burgess International Group ;|
|Publishers||Burgess International Group ;|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Hearings on H.R. 5350 ... before the Procurement and Military Nuclear Systems Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, May 4 and 5, 1982.
The development of an instrument for determining attitudes toward physical recreation of freshman college men at a selected institution
Financial net lease tables, showing present worth of cash flows, after tax, and rates of return, after tax, on financial net leases (also based on ownership and use) and including present worth of depreciation.
The first car moved over those shaky rails on Dec. Despite predictions that he wouldn't last six months, City Manager Ray Wilson remained at his desk until his voluntary retirement in early 1961, after breaking every record ever established by previous managers.
Perry William Rowe Michael Connell Daniel Twomey Charles C. The wide Salt River ran through the Valley of the Sun, but there was little rain and no melting snow to moisten the brown earth from river to mountain range on either side.
The rapid influx of pioneers continued, and by 1870, it was clear that a townsite had to be selected. Governmental Reform The men who, in 1914, changed the governmental system to the council-manager form, had hoped that this would provide better city government. For instance, instead of saying, "Wow, I look ugly today," you could say, "Wow, my hair looks nice today.
Early Life along the Salt River Jack Swilling, one of the founders of Phoenix. The city had gone as far as a farming center and then as a distribution center. Therefore, the government of the City of Phoenix is operated by authority of the powers granted by its charter, as limited by the Legislature. " In the presence of Thomas J. By March 1868, water flowed through the canal, and a few members of the company raised meager crops that summer.
They would throw each other into Jack Swilling's first canal, which ran through the campus and had become the "Town Ditch.
This change, plus raising the Council membership to seven, seemed to place the city in position to go ahead with an operable council-manager form of government. The flower blooms in May and June in the middle of the night and closes the next day—surviving only 18 hours for pollination by nocturnal animals like bats and moths. The bill made Phoenix an incorporated city and provided for a government consisting of a mayor and four council members.
Natural History of the Newspaper — Historical publication which traces the history of the newspaper. By the turn of the century, the population of Phoenix had reached 5,554. That is the accepted derivation of our name.
Thousands of citizens have served on various city committees, boards and commissions to assure that major decisions are in the people's best interest.
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" In the presence of Thomas J.
The same city manager selected by that first Council remained in office more than 11 years, despite the fact that he served under five different mayors and 27 different Council members.
Blessed with energetic and interested citizens willing to give of their time to solve tremendous problems of growth, Phoenix faces an era of unlimited development.