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Did your HV air conditioner blow a fuse on Tuesday, May 15, 2012?
To Hidden Valley residents --
Did your home air conditioner/heat pump blow a fuse on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 15, 2012? This would have been around 1:00-2:00 P.M.
At least three people that I already know of had similar calls for air conditioner/heat pump service that afternoon for a "blown fuse." In my case, the bill for the repair was an even $100, which I could ill afford. If this was a power surge, as I suspect, then perhaps ED3 should receive a copy of each of those bills for air conditioner/heat pump repair.
If you had a similar situation, please send an e-mail to
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Pavement preservation to begin in Hidden Valley -- May 14
FLORENCE, AZ – Pinal County Public Works crews will be placing an Asphalt Dust Rock Palliative (ADRP) layer on roads in Hidden Valley Monday, May 14. ADRP is similar to a chip seal and it is used to renew the road surface and cut down on dust. Crews should finish up the work in three weeks, weather permitting.
This pavement preservation project will include a combined total of 74,887 square yards of material used or approximately 4.3 lane miles of improved road. The project will use 1695 tons of chip and 160 tons of oil. The ADRP will lengthen the life of the road while also helping improve air quality by minimizing dust.
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Child, AK-47 left behind following vehicle pursuit in Hidden Valley
MARICOPA, AZ -- An illegal immigrant from Mexico is in PCSO custody following a vehicle pursuit Monday evening.
On April 23, 2012, at approximately 8:30 P.M., a Pinal County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) deputy on patrol heading eastbound near Meadow View and Green Road’s observed a white, 2003 Ford F-150 pickup traveling westbound at a high rate of speed. The deputy turned around to conduct a traffic stop at Osa and Javelina Roads. After the deputy activated his emergency lights, the truck accelerated away from the deputy at a high rate of speed.
After a vehicle pursuit that covered approximately four miles, the
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Body discovered in Hidden Valley
Pinal County Sheriff's Deputies were called early Saturday morning, March 10, 2012, to handle a grisly discovery -- that of a dead body found in a rural area of Hidden Valley, near the intersection of N. Amarillo Valley and W. Century Roads. Nearby residents discovered the body of a Hispanic male who had been shot.
Family members of the deceased were at the scene and believe he committed suicide. Details are not being released at this time.