Governor Doug Ducey Announces $5.3 Million For Meals For Arizona Seniors

(Phoenix) —Governor Doug Ducey today announced that Arizona has received more than $5.3 million in grant funding from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help Arizona communities provide meals for older adults. The dollars will support both meal delivery programs and programs serving senior centers and are part of a relief package, the Families First Coronavirus Response … Read More

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey Announces Latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) Actions

(March 19, 2020) — Governor Doug Ducey today announced additional mitigation strategies to combat the spread of COVID-19 in Arizona. “We remain focused in the state of Arizona on proactively limiting the spread of COVID-19,” said Governor Ducey. “These latest actions are based on the facts and on data and come after careful consultation with public health experts from every county … Read More

Statement From Councilman Sal DiCiccio: Stick Together, Wash Your Hands

​In the last few hours, we’ve seen Governor Ducey announce a state of emergency here in Arizona, the NBA suspend its schedule, and President Trump announce an unprecedented range of travel restrictions, along with a host of other measures and financial supports to assist people through what will be a trying time. Make no mistake, the following days and weeks … Read More

Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio and Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich on Phoenix Delaying Higher Lyft, Uber Fees at Sky Harbor Airport

The city of Phoenix is holding off on higher rideshare fees for Uber and Lyft rides at Phoenix Sky Harbor International until after the Arizona Supreme Court rules on the legality of the hikes. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich argues the higher fees go against a voter approved state law restricting cities from imposing new and higher taxes and charges … Read More

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s Statement on Phoenix’s Higher Fees on Uber, Lyft Rides at Sky Harbor Airport

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced January 16 he believes the City of Phoenix violated the Arizona Constitution when it imposed new rideshare fees for companies operating at Sky Harbor. “The Phoenix City Council is placing its policy preferences above the rights of the people to whom the government must always answer,” Brnovich said. “Arizona voters clearly spoke when they … Read More

Statement from Councilman Sal DiCiccio Defending Phoenix Police

By Sal DiCiccio — Individual police officers are about to get screwed by city management! No politician’s career is more valuable than our police officers. They are not disposable for political reasons. The police should not have to bend to political pressure, they are the police. They are required to do the right thing. To that end, I have requested, … Read More