APS Customers: Two More Public Comment Opportunities
The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) has one more public comment session for the Arizona Public Service (APS) rate case. If you are an APS customer, we strongly encourage you to attend and to provide oral comments! It is vital for the ACC to hear from the people who will be affected by the outcome of its decision.
YCDP’s annual Spring Salute, aka Spring Fling, is Friday, April 28 starting at 6:30 PM at Gowan Patio, 370 S. Main Street, Yuma. CAN YOU ATTEND?
Elena’s Drunken Chicken is the dinner entree; sides, dessert & drinks included. Live music from Steve & Susan Dedecker starts at 6:30. Guest Speaker: Katie Hobbs, 2018 candidate for AZ Secretary of State.
The Spring Salute recognizes those Democrats that have served exceptionally in the season just past.
YOU ARE NEEDED NOW…to work at YCDP’s booth at the Yuma County Fair. You need to be a registered Democrat. YCDP will give you an admission pass. It’s easy, it’s inside the Commercial Building and we’ll show you what to do. PLEASE HELP—it’s a small thing. Contact Jeanne now at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m a volunteer for YCDP. From time to time, I hear someone suggest that the local party organization is under-performing — “Why isn’t the Party doing THIS?”…or, “The Party never __________” or “Why don’t they _________ like they do in ______?”
Local Democrats seem to have some fuzzy idea that YCDP is some marvel of purpose and efficiency with lots of people and resources. It’s hard to keep a straight face when people complain. A bluntly honest answer might be, “It would happen if you weren’t too lazy to do it.”
A local political party is a framework for things to happen. More than any other organization, it is only people. No people, no action. If you’re content with that, that’s the way it’ll be.
If you have questions, please contact Doug Jennings at email@example.com .
-Women’s March Yuma