Support your local firefighters… and play some golf! The GVFF Charity group is hosting a tournament and YOU could be a part of this event! Please see packet here for details.
Local Produce, Art Venues, Musicins, and more at this historical, educational event. See Flyer in post for details.
SCVRHospital, Pima Heart, and GVC H&HS invite you to a heart workshop!
“Getting to the beat of the Matter” – Mukesh Gopalakrishnan, MD will discuss different heart rhythms including atrial fibrillation, diagnoses, and treatments.
Green Valley Council (GVC) was informed that your HOA was withdrawing from the Council. We asked to speak to the Board and were denied. We asked to speak to you at your annual meeting and were denied. So, we send you this to tell you why the Council is important to you, your HOA and our community.
Green Valley is a unique, volunteer managed community. It is unincorporated but, unlike most other unincorporated communities, it has CLOUT with the Board of Supervisors, ACCESS to both the County Department heads and the boots on the ground people, and is TREATED LIKE A TOWN. Why? The Green Valley Council.
Years ago, when incorporating Green Valley failed for 3rd or 4th time, the Green Valley News said: Green Valley has chosen GVC as its form of government and that is what the Council is today—your quasi-government.
The Executive Committee serves as Administrative Branch. We handle day to day functions and propose policy and action items. The Standing Committees, which correspond to the County’s Departments, work directly with those Departments. The Committees’ 200+ volunteers are in charge of the operations. For example, we process over 150 Service Requests a year—your complaints about problems with County owned streets, roads, arroyos, and other concerns. We send these directly to the County person charged with doing the work and we monitor monthly the progress on your request.
The Board of
Representatives acts as a large “Town Council.” It decides policy, sets the
Council’s direction and drives our decision making. Desert Hills Estates has appointed
a person to represent the HOA on the Green Valley Council’s Board of Representatives. This representative is entitled to cast a
vote and is charged with bringing back to you, the homeowners, information on
what the Council is doing, the concerns of the wider community, and what needs
to be accomplished. Without the Council, you
would not have gotten $600,000 extra road money in 2017. Without the Council, you would not have gotten a new, 130+ acre Park in 2018.
Unfortunately, your Representative to the Board has not attended a Board of Representatives meeting in well over a year. So your Representative couldn’t tell you, for example, exactly how the roads scheduled for repairs were chosen or tell you that your road, while terrible, is not the worst but that it is on the next repair list. We also don’t know if your HOA President or Representative (if they are different) even forwards to you the announcements of available member only classes and seminars, open Forums on important issues, like our hospital, and events that are important to community members.
Yes, each rooftop in a HOA that is a member of the Council pays $9.50 per year to belong. However, if Green Valley were incorporated—the only alternative to the Council—do you think you would pay only $9.50 per year to support a City government? Do you think having a large voice with the County, a voice that is listened to closely, plus having a Council to act on community needs and concerns is worth $9.50 per year? If so, ask your Board to continue Desert Hills Estate’s membership in the Green Valley Council.
Thao Tiedt, President of the Green Valley Council
Also on the agenda will be Paul Williams, GVC H&HS Liaison for the Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital to give an update on Community Outreach and other important topics at hand for our hospital.
Join us at 9 am in the Salvation Army Conference Room (Neighboring our office and Cayley Cakes) on January 8th!
The Tucson Airport Authority in conjunction with the Tubac Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Green Valley Community Foundation would like to extend an invitation to you to submit an application for a special exhibit we’re putting together in the Link Gallery on the baggage level of the passenger terminal that will promote the SoAZ Culture Fest being held in Tubac, AZ on March 3rd, 2019.
Our goal is to feature the talent of artists in Tubac, Green Valley, Nogales, Rio Rico and Sahuarita. Please share this with other artists in your organization.
The working title of the exhibition is Southwest Character
Entry Deadline: December 28th, 2018
Via email: email@example.com
Entry Fee: $25.00 via PayPal Link: Entry Fee Payment Link
Information: Provide Artist Name, Artist Bio, Description of work to include: Title, Medium, Dimensions and Price.
Medium- All Mediums will be considered
Entries- maximum of 2 per artist
A Juried Exhibit
Work must depict the unique character, diversity, landscape, people, or culture of Southern Arizona. All work must be the original creation of the artist. Entry must be original and no reproductions will be accepted. Giclee reproductions printed on canvas are not permitted.
Jurors: Lincoln Wilson & Brent Land
An opening reception is planned for February 3, 2019, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Delivery January 24th and 25th, 2019 from 1:00-3:30 pm at the Tucson International Airport
Installation February 1-3, 2019
Exhibition to run February 3-May 2, 2019
Reception February 3, 2019 from 4:00-5:30 pm
Removal/Pick up May 3, 2019 from 1:00-3:30 pm or by appointment
Tucson International Airport’s galleries and exhibit spaces include changing exhibitions featuring work by individuals living in southern Arizona. This arts and culture program has become quite popular with visitors, artists, and airport employees. More information can be found on the airport’s website,https://www.flytucson.com/services/art/
Tubac Chamber of Commerce
Are you a new resident or renter in greater Green Valley?
Have you lived here for the past twenty years?
Would you like to attend a seminar about our community, how it works, its history and the many organizations the community works with?