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01-18-2013, 09:16 PM
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I said this would only be news to some.

It interested me because I went looking for a piece to steer us back on track. So, as I've done the past 2 months on a Friday nite, scanned the Agenda Items. I almost X'd out of the doc thinking it was rather mundane considering we're T-minus a Fortnight, sub 1, and found the last item.

Didn't even phase that much then either, even with the emergency clause crammed in there, till I remembered that:

* It calls to include Frate, Clark, Scruggs, Lieberman, Beasley, and Jim Colson.

* It has never been previously added as an Agenda Item, as it's routine and S.O.P. anyhow, but I would assume because it's adding language that adding it to the Agenda is procedural.

Then the odd part of the current Agenda Item in all-caps and bolded (assumed the added language piece)

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(d) The statement required to be filed pursuant to subsection (a) shall be filed by all persons who qualified as local public officers at any time during the preceding calendar year on or before January 31 of each year, with the exceptions that a local public officer appointed to fill a vacancy shall, within sixty (60) days following his taking of such office, file a financial disclosure statement covering as his annual period the twelve-month period ending with the last full month prior to the date of his taking office, AND A LOCAL PUBLIC OFFICER WHOSE FINAL TERM EXPIRES LESS THAN THIRTY-ONE (31) DAYS INTO THE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING CALENDAR YEAR MAY FILE THE PUBLIC OFFICER’S FINAL FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT AT THE SAME TIME AS THE DISCLOSURE FOR THE LAST IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING YEAR.

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What time is the deadline on thursday, Jan 31st?
I'd assume it's midnight, with the deal being null and void once we enter Febuary.

But realisticaly, if the team isn't in the process of changing hands from the NHL to the new ownership group by the 31st, it ain't getting done!

In fact, I'd be very worried that we haven't heard much of anything at all since the NHL and the NHLPA made a deal a few weeks ago if I were a Coyotes fan.

But who knows, we'll see!

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(1) The name and address of the local public officer and each member of his household and all names and addresses under which each does business.

(2) The name and address of each employer and of each other source of compensation other than gifts amounting to more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) received during the preceding calendar year by the local public officer and members of his household in their own names, or by any other person for the use or benefit of the local public officer or members of his household, a description of the services for which the compensation was received and the nature of the employer's business.

(3) For a controlled business, a description of the goods or services provided by the business, and if any single source of compensation to the business during the preceding calendar year amounts to more than ten thousand dollars and is more than twenty-five (25) percent of the gross income of the business, the disclosure shall also include a description of the goods or services provided to the source of compensation. For a dependent business the statement shall disclose a description of the goods or services provided by the business and a description of the goods or services provided to the source of compensation from which the dependent business derived the amount of gross income described in the definition of dependent business. If the source of compensation for a controlled or dependent business is a business, the statement shall disclose a description of the business activities engaged in by the source of compensation.

(4) The names and addresses of all businesses and trusts in which the local public officer or members of his household, or any other person for the use or benefit of the local public officer or members of his household, had an ownership or beneficial interest of over one thousand dollars at any time during the preceding calendar year, and the name and addresses of all businesses and trusts in which the local public officer or any member of his household held any office or had a fiduciary relationship at any time during the preceding calendar year, together with the amount or value of the interest and a description of the interest, office or relationship.

(5) All real property interests and real property improvements, including specific location and approximate size, located in the city in which the local public officer, any member of his household or a controlled or dependent business held legal Title or a beneficial interest at any time during the preceding calendar year, and the value of any such interest, except that this paragraph does not apply to a real property interest and improvements thereon used as the primary personal residence or for the personal recreational use of the local public officer. If a local public officer, any member of his household or a controlled or dependent business acquired or divested any such interest during the preceding calendar year, he shall also disclose that the transaction was made and the date it occurred. If the controlled or dependent business is in the business of dealing in real property interests or improvements, disclosure need not include individual parcels or transactions as long as the aggregate value of all parcels of such property is reported.

(6) The names and addresses of all creditors to whom the local public officer or members of his household, in their own names or in the name of any other person, owed a debt of more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or to whom a controlled business or dependent business owed a debt of more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) which was also more than thirty (30) percent of the total business indebtedness at any time during the preceding calendar year, listing each such creditor. This paragraph shall not be construed to require the disclosure of debts owed by the local public officer or any member of his household resulting from the ordinary conduct of a business other than a controlled or dependent business, nor shall disclosure be required of credit card transactions, retail installment contracts, debts on residences or recreational property exempt from disclosure under paragraph (5) of this subsection, debts on motor vehicles not used for commercial purposes, debts secured by cash values on life insurance or debts owed to relatives. It is sufficient disclosure of a creditor if the name and address of a person to whom payments are made is disclosed. If the local public officer, any member of his household or a controlled or dependent business incurred or discharged a debt which is reportable under this subsection during the preceding calendar year, the report shall disclose that the transaction was made and the date it occurred.

(7) The identification and amount of each debt exceeding one thousand dollars owed at any time during the preceding calendar year to the local public officer and member of his household in their own names, or to any other person for the use or benefit of the local public officer or any member of his household. The disclosure shall include the identification and amount of each debt exceeding ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) to a controlled business or dependent business which was also more than thirty (30) percent of the total indebtedness to the business at any time during the preceding calendar year. This paragraph shall not be construed to require the disclosure of debts from the ordinary conduct of a business other than a controlled or dependent business. If the local public officer, any member of his household or a controlled or dependent business incurred or discharged a debt which is reportable under this subsection during the preceding year, the report shall disclose that the transaction was made and the date it occurred.

(8) The name of each source of any gift, or accumulated gifts from a single source, of more than five hundred dollars ($500.00) received by the local public officer and members of his household in their own names during the preceding calendar year, or by any other person for the use or benefit of the local public officer or any member of his household except gifts received by will or by virtue of intestate succession, or received by way of distribution from any intervivos or testamentary trust established by a spouse or by an ancestor, or gifts received from any other member of the household or relatives to the second degree of consanguinity. Political campaign contributions shall not be construed as gifts if otherwise publicly reported as political campaign contributions as required by law.

(9) A list of all business licenses issued, by the city, or by any other governmental agency which requires for its issuance the consideration of the application for such license by the city council, to, held by or in which the local public officer or any member of his household had an interest at any time during the preceding calendar year, including the name in which the license was issued, the type of business and its location.

(10) A list of all bonds, together with their value, issued by the city, any industrial development authority of the city or any nonprofit corporation organized or authorized by the city held at any time during the preceding calendar year by the local public officer or any member of his household, which bonds issued by a single entity had a value in excess of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). If the local public officer or any member of his household acquired or divested any bonds during the preceding calendar year which are reportable under this paragraph, the fact that the transaction occurred and the date shall also be shown.

(b) If an amount or value is required to be reported pursuant to this section, it is sufficient to report whether the amount or value of the equity interest falls within:

(1) Category 1, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) to twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00).

(2) Category 2, more than twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) to one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00).

(3) Category 3, more than one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00).

(c) This section does not require the disclosure of any information that is privileged by law.



In it's current format (d)

The statement required to be filed pursuant to subsection (a) shall be filed by all persons who qualified as local public officers at any time during the preceding calendar year on or before January 31 of each year, with the exceptions that a local public officer appointed to fill a vacancy shall, within sixty (60) days following his taking of such office, file a financial disclosure statement covering as his annual period the twelve-month period ending with the last full month prior to the date of his taking office.


(e) The city clerk shall prepare written guidelines, forms and samples for completing the financial disclosure statement required by this section. A copy of the guidelines, forms and samples shall be distributed to each local public officer and shall be made available to each candidate required to file a financial disclosure statement pursuant to this division.
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but who knows, we'll see!
two more weeks!

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I don't blame the fans, I blame FoxSports.
The other team on FSA isn't doing that bad

http://venomstrikes.com/2012/05/04/d...or-fox-sports/
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two more weeks!
13 days, tick tock!

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As an FYI - the TV schedule was released last night. 23 of the games will be on the obscure FSArizona Plus.



http://coyotes.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=650885
Couple of things....

Up until two years ago FSArizona Plus didn't exist. There was exactly one channel for covering the Suns, DBacks, ASU [Pac-12].... and the Coyotes. The Suns/DBacks had priority on dates and broadcast times, everything else got shoved to tape delay. FSA+ was added to allow more sports to be covered live.

FSA+ is only accessible with a basic digital package via Cox Cable. Why it's that way I do not know, other than as another lure for people to buy into the package.

The number of games covered this year is 44 of the 45 available (NBCSN has 3). Last year I believe the coverage was around 60 of the 82. Some of the games covered were road games feeds from other team.

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I'd assume it's midnight, with the deal being null and void once we enter Febuary.

But realisticaly, if the team isn't in the process of changing hands from the NHL to the new ownership group by the 31st, it ain't getting done!

In fact, I'd be very worried that we haven't heard much of anything at all since the NHL and the NHLPA made a deal a few weeks ago if I were a Coyotes fan.

But who knows, we'll see!
You do understand that by now you are probably more worried that Jamison will close this deal than we "Coyotes fans" are worried he won't??????


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Couple of things....

Up until two years ago FSArizona Plus didn't exist. There was exactly one channel for covering the Suns, DBacks, ASU [Pac-12].... and the Coyotes. The Suns/DBacks had priority on dates and broadcast times, everything else got shoved to tape delay. FSA+ was added to allow more sports to be covered live.

FSA+ is only accessible with a basic digital package via Cox Cable. Why it's that way I do not know, other than as another lure for people to buy into the package.

The number of games covered this year is 44 of the 45 available (NBCSN has 3). Last year I believe the coverage was around 60 of the 82. Some of the games covered were road games feeds from other team.
Hell, the plus channel changes on Dish, which is another problem. I know most bars have DirecTV, and so they would have the Plus channel since they would usually have the biggest package to be able to get the extra channels, but not every plan has the Plus channel. The channel does not reach out to as many homes as the regular channel does.

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I don't believe the Dbacks have ever been relegated to FoxSportsPlus, but anyway nice to see the Dbacks have fans who stay home and watch the games on tv. And some say baseball is a harder game to watch on tv than hockey...

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I don't believe the Dbacks have ever been relegated to FoxSportsPlus, but anyway nice to see the Dbacks have fans who stay home and watch the games on tv. And some say baseball is a harder game to watch on tv than hockey...
http://www.foxsportsarizona.com/page...na_pluschannel

"FOX Sports Arizona Plus is offered to all our cable and satellite affiliates, and 90 percent of the television households in Arizona have the ability to receive it. If you are not receiving FSAZ+, please contact your provider and request that it be added to its list of channels.

Cox 73, 1073 (HD)
Comcast (Tucson) 17
Century Link/Qwest (Phoenix) 999
Orbitel (Maricopa) 29, 829 (HD)
Western (Robson Ranch, Saddlebrooke, Sun Lakes, SunBird) 779
Suddenlink NPG (Flagstaff, Kingman, Lake Havasu, Parker, Payson, Sedona) 125
DirecTV
695, 695-1 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 20 ACC women's basketball)
441, 9579 (HD)
DISH (Minnesota hockey; Jan. 22 Conference USA basketball)
443, 9581 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 19 Conference USA basketball; Coyotes-Sharks; Jan. 29 Conference USA basketball)
440, 9575 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 19 Big 12 basketball; Jan. 27 women's basketball; AHL hockey)
442, 9580 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 26 NAU basketball; Coyotes-Kings)
445, 9515 (HD)
DISH (Coyotes-Blue Jackets)
449, 9519 (HD)"

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http://www.foxsportsarizona.com/page...na_pluschannel

"FOX Sports Arizona Plus is offered to all our cable and satellite affiliates, and 90 percent of the television households in Arizona have the ability to receive it. If you are not receiving FSAZ+, please contact your provider and request that it be added to its list of channels.

Cox 73, 1073 (HD)
Comcast (Tucson) 17
Century Link/Qwest (Phoenix) 999
Orbitel (Maricopa) 29, 829 (HD)
Western (Robson Ranch, Saddlebrooke, Sun Lakes, SunBird) 779
Suddenlink NPG (Flagstaff, Kingman, Lake Havasu, Parker, Payson, Sedona) 125
DirecTV
695, 695-1 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 20 ACC women's basketball)
441, 9579 (HD)
DISH (Minnesota hockey; Jan. 22 Conference USA basketball)
443, 9581 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 19 Conference USA basketball; Coyotes-Sharks; Jan. 29 Conference USA basketball)
440, 9575 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 19 Big 12 basketball; Jan. 27 women's basketball; AHL hockey)
442, 9580 (HD)
DISH (Jan. 26 NAU basketball; Coyotes-Kings)
445, 9515 (HD)
DISH (Coyotes-Blue Jackets)
449, 9519 (HD)"
College kids don't have that option in the dorms for the most part, they are stuck with regular cable. When I was in Flagstaff, I always had regular cable and never had NBCSN, or Fox Sports +.

It is accessible, sure, with a higher tiered package than a standard.

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Couple of things....

Up until two years ago FSArizona Plus didn't exist. There was exactly one channel for covering the Suns, DBacks, ASU [Pac-12].... and the Coyotes. The Suns/DBacks had priority on dates and broadcast times, everything else got shoved to tape delay. FSA+ was added to allow more sports to be covered live.

FSA+ is only accessible with a basic digital package via Cox Cable. Why it's that way I do not know, other than as another lure for people to buy into the package.

The number of games covered this year is 44 of the 45 available (NBCSN has 3). Last year I believe the coverage was around 60 of the 82. Some of the games covered were road games feeds from other team.
Ugh, the road game feed from the opposition must have been awful. Is FSArizona the only regional sports channel?

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More from Mr. Sunnucks saying what we already know.

http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/n...k-coyotes.html

Since the city has already signed, don't think the new council can rework anything until the AMF expires.

Mr. Jamison still has the ball on the one. First and goal...or perhaps second now.

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More from Mr. Sunnucks saying what we already know.

http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/n...k-coyotes.html

Since the city has already signed, don't think the new council can rework anything until the AMF expires.

Mr. Jamison still has the ball on the one. First and goal...or perhaps second now.
It seems that Sunnucks' sources aren't giving him much specificity about whether or when this sale might be completed. Of course, it doesn't help when those ""Folks in or close to the Jamison camp" are IEH (), who haven't been very reliable witnesses in this ongoing saga.

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Agreed! It's the understatement of the century

Even if the council wants to extend the AMF. It can only be done through a special session I think.

All in Jamison's court now. The AMF is calling..we'll he accept the call?

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It seems that Sunnucks' sources aren't giving him much specificity about whether or when this sale might be completed. Of course, it doesn't help when those ""Folks in or close to the Jamison camp" are IEH (), who haven't been very reliable witnesses in this ongoing saga.
Same old page filling by Sunnucks. Man i want his job, looks so easy.

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Anyone want to put an over/under on the prospect of Gramps showing up for the opener? I can`t imagine he won`t , so assuming he is in attendance what are the odds he has some type of press conference to announce his intentions in the next 12 days?

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More from Mr. Sunnucks saying what we already know.

http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/n...k-coyotes.html

Since the city has already signed, don't think the new council can rework anything until the AMF expires.

Mr. Jamison still has the ball on the one. First and goal...or perhaps second now.
I didn't know Oklahoma City wanted an NHL team.

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I didn't know Oklahoma City wanted an NHL team.
Well, let's see. Either we just haven't figured out that OKC would be a great NHL market, or Sunnucks is completely out to lunch. I wonder which is more plausible.

Can he seriously imagine that the NHL might find owners that would prefer to put a team in OKC as a secondary tenant to an extremely popular NBA team, when they haven't found any owners willing to pay their price to keep the team in the Phoenix market, as sole tenant in a great arena, with all revenues plus a large annual subsidy?

Isn't he supposed to be a "business" reporter?

Let's put our thinking caps on, shall we Mr. Sunnucks?

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Isn't he supposed to be a "business" reporter?
The concept of "business" reporting and commentary gets used very loosely in some places

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College kids don't have that option in the dorms for the most part, they are stuck with regular cable. When I was in Flagstaff, I always had regular cable and never had NBCSN, or Fox Sports +.

It is accessible, sure, with a higher tiered package than a standard.
So? I'm sure the other 6 million and change people in Arizona might have access to the channel that a few hundred thousand college kids don't.

NY Post today on Phoenix:

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12 days to go gramps Jamison, tick, tick, tick...

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Same old page filling by Sunnucks. Man i want his job, looks so easy.
PKP Head Shot huh?

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Anyone want to put an over/under on the prospect of Gramps showing up for the opener? I can`t imagine he won`t , so assuming he is in attendance what are the odds he has some type of press conference to announce his intentions in the next 12 days?
For the sake of appearances he'd better show up. No, he doesnt have to answer a lot of "uncomfortable questions" or whatever, but his absence would certainly be noticed and absolutely telling, a whole lot of people quite naturally assuming the worst. If he does need an extension, then you'd just have to figure that that request has already been made or will be this coming week and if so, the game begins anew; is he simply buying time to mitigate losses at the gate for the league while they play out the final act in a charade or is he really that close?...

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I wonder if Jamison's backers, the boys from Lakehead Yale Sports, will be clowning it up in the suites tomorrow night ?

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