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Copper Sky now offers the latest in High Intensity Interval Training called Tabata, invented by legendary Olympic speed skating coach, Izumi Tabata. A Tabata is a high-intensity workout protocol that has very effective fitness and weight-loss benefits. It uses quick burst intervals to create an after-burn effect with your metabolism that has you burning fat, building lean muscle mass, and getting in great shape all in one!
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The City of Maricopa is embarking on a citizen-driven visioning program to establish the City’s direction for the next 25 years. The program - “2040 Vision” - invites the community to actively engage in planning Maricopa’s future!
Applications are currently being accepted for the 2040 Vision Steering Committee. This Committee, to be selected by the Mayor and City Council, will help engage the community in the visioning process, work alongside the Issue Project Teams to address core vision elements, and provide input to the final draft of the 2040 Vision document. Interested citizens are asked to complete an application to be considered.
Applications will be accepted until 5 PM on September 22. Between October 20 and November 20, nine Community Forums will be held to gather citizen input for the development of the 25 year plan. A list of forum times and locations can be found at Maricopa2040vision.com.
The City has implemented a new web application, Boards, Commissions & Committees Online (BCC Online), making it easier for interested residents to apply to vacant boards, commissions, and/or committees. Visitors can also view existing member rosters and their term dates, and description of each BCC. The application also includes links to respective agendas and meeting minutes.
"By moving to an online platform, the entire application process has been streamlined," said City Clerk Vanessa Bueras. "This allows staff to better manage applications but most importantly, provides a great online resource for visitors and residents on the City's website."
As central Arizona is experiencing historic rainfall, The City of Maricopa Fire Department is monitoring the storm and it potential impacts on the City of Maricopa.
Working in conjunction with the Executive City staff, Public Works and the City of Maricopa Police Department, a team is in place and actively monitoring the weather areas that have potential impact on the City. In order to prepare for potential flooding and its associated hazards, Fire Department staff are proactively planning to mitigate the hazards and will communicate any emergency notification via Nixle, Facebook and Twitter.