May 1, 2019
Weekly Newsletter

Member Renewals

Forms Management Services
Shelly Butler
shelly@formsmanagementinc.net
Member Since: 04/21/2004
Renewed On: 04/25/2019

Duncan & Son Lines
Rick Duncan
Website
Member Since: 04/01/1988
Renewed On: 04/29/2019

Cactus State Insurance
Lupe Encinas
lencinas@cactusstateinsurance.com
Member Since: 05/04/2017
Renewed On: 04/24/2019

Deja Vu Med Spa
Byron Graham
Website
bgraham@dejavumedspa.com
Member Since: 04/08/2013
Renewed On: 04/24/2019

Saddle Mountain Brewing Company
Laura Hansen
Website
laura@saddlemountainbrewing.com
Member Since: 04/09/2015
Renewed On: 04/25/2019

George's Electric, Inc..
George Hunter
georgeselectricinc@hotmail.com
Member Since: 05/01/2002
Renewed On: 04/29/2019

Westward Motel
Dhiraj Kalidas
Member Since: 04/16/2014
Renewed On: 04/25/2019

St Henry Catholic Church
Dorothy Lockard
Website
Member Since: 05/07/2015
Renewed On: 05/01/2019

Edward Jones
Wayne Polk, AAMS
Website
wayne.polk@edwardjones.com
Member Since: 04/25/2006
Renewed On: 04/25/2019

Powers-Leavitt Insurance
Charlene Powers
Website
Member Since: 04/01/1990
Renewed On: 04/29/2019

Gust Rosenfeld, PLC
Shiela Schmidt
Website
sschmidt@gustlaw.com
Member Since: 05/24/2005
Renewed On: 05/01/2019

Sierra Sani Services
Clay Sierra
Website
services@sierrasani.com
Member Since: 05/12/2016
Renewed On: 04/25/2019

Thompson Funeral Chapel
Sean Thompson
Website
email@thompsonfuneralchapel.com
Member Since: 04/06/2006
Renewed On: 04/30/2019

Vonet's Bartending Services LLC
Veronica Thompson
Website
vonetsbarserv@gmail.com
Member Since: 05/03/2018
Renewed On: 04/25/2019

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Driving Bills

DRIVING BILLS

SB 1141

Senate Bill 1141, distracted driving, prohibits a person from driving a motor vehicle from driving a motor vehicle while distracted. A violation exists under this law if both of the following occur while driving a motor vehicle: (1) the person engages in any activity that is not related to the actual driving of the motor vehicle in a manner that visibly interferes with safely driving the motor vehicle; and (2) the person drives a motor vehicle in a manner that is an immediate hazard to a person or property or the person does not exercise reasonable control of a motor vehicle as necessary to avoid collision.

HB 2318

House Bill 2318, texting while driving; prohibition; enforcement, prohibits a person from operating a motor vehicle either while physically holding a portable communication device (not using an earpiece), or writes, sends or reads any text-based communication. The bill exempts using voice-based communication, navigation, obtaining motor vehicle information, or acts occurring when a vehicle is parked or stopped. Other, situation-specific exemptions are included. The bill lays out penalties for violations and guidelines for ADOT. Penalties range from $75 to $149 for the first offense, $150-$250 for the second offense. Penalties can involve up to $2500 if the driver causes death or physical injury. 

The two bills are consistent with one another. HB2318 addresses a specific driving issue related to cell phones, whereas SB1141 addresses distracted driving more broadly. Distractions that may not be covered by HB2318 are covered by SB1141. 

TOMA’s WAYFAIR BILL

New Article

Public meetings scheduled to review city’s proposed 19/20 budget

 Buckeye residents are invited to one of three community meetings to review the city’s proposed Fiscal Year 19/20 budget. Three different meeting times and locations are scheduled throughout the city to accommodate a variety of schedules.

 The city manager and chief financial officer will present identical information at each meeting. Residents will also have an opportunity to ask questions following the presentation.

 Please mark your calendar to attend one of the following meetings:

 Tuesday, May 28

5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Festival Fire Station #704 Community Room

27360 W. Wagner Complex Dr.

 Wednesday, May 29

10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Buckeye Community Center

201 E. Centre Ave.

 Thursday, May 30

6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Coyote Branch Library Program Room

21699 W. Yuma Rd. #116

 In addition, the Buckeye City Council will review and discuss the FY 19/20 budget at one of the following workshops or regular meetings.

·         May 24, 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Council Workshop

·         June 4, 6 p.m. – Council Meeting, Adoption of Tentative Budget

·         July 2, 6 p.m. – Council Meeting, Public Hearing and Adoption of Final Budget

All Council meetings are at Buckeye City Hall, 530 E. Monroe Ave.

To learn more about the city’s finances, please visit buckeyeaz.gov/government/financial-services

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News from the Chamber - May 1, 2019