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April  Update

FAA sets workshops on noisy flight path changes


(Photo: Courtesy of Ahwatukee Foothills News)

Twice in the past year, I have advocated to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on behalf of my constituents about new flight patterns. The FAA is entering Phase two of a court-ordered process to address noise complaints by examining the impact of the flight changes throughout the Greater Phoenix area.  The FAA will take into consideration public input and review and analyze the comments received at the April workshops and during the comment period.

Based on the comments and other factors such as operational safety and efficiency, the FAA may initiate new airspace changes and complete an environmental review in accordance with applicable federal laws and FAA orders.  If you are interested in attending the workshops, the dates and locations are listed here.  All three workshops run from 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.:

  • April 22, Desert Vista High School, 16440 S. 32nd St., Ahwatukee;
  • April 23, Pinnacle High School, 3535 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix;
  • April 24, Cesar Chavez High School, 3921 W. Baseline Road, Laveen.

To file a written complaint to Skyharbor.

To file a comment on the flight path plan to the FAA.

Read more here.


Breakfast on the Farm

2019 Farm Breakfast

This month we had our District 2 Breakfast on the Farm!  Many constituents, councilmembers, state & county electeds, and friends attended to discuss issues of importance to the county and the agricultural community.  Thank you to the Freeman family, the Maricopa County Farm Bureau, and the Maricopa County Cooperative Extension for hosting this event.

Reigning Grace Ranch

Reigning Grace Ranch

I was honored to participate in the grand opening of the William Edward Phipps Cowboy Arena at Reigning Grace Ranch.  Learn more about the mission of Reigning Grace Ranch and their youth and family programs: https://azrgr.org/

Hawes Trail Alliance

Hawes Trail Alliance

Outdoor recreation plays a vital role in Arizona’s economy. I am always pleased to partner with community members, such as the Hawes Trail Alliance, to make our Maricopa County parks system great. Pictured at Usery Mountain Regional Park.

National County Government Month

April is County Government Month and the theme is "Connecting the Unconnected." Maricopa County has been able to connect with the unconnected in various ways over the past year:

NACO 2019


Steve Chucri
Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, District 2

Happy Anniversary BHGH!

Boys Hope Girls Hope (BHGH) will be celebrating their 30 year anniversary in various ways throughout the year.  You may get involved by being a tutor, mentor, study-buddy or by referring a child to the program through their website https://bhghaz.org/refer-a-child/  Refer a child, get involved, or for more information attend the Success Starts with Hope Breakfast visit: www.bhghaz.org or call (602) 266-4873.