As usual, all info gathered from the websites of the relevent political bodies/agencies (except where noted) and subject to change without notice.
Changing up the order this week (normally, the lege schedule is posted first), because, well, mostly because I feel like it.
Oh, and one of the most interesting events of the week won't be at the lege. :)
On to the post...
...Both chambers of the U.S. Congress are still in recess this week.
...The Arizona Corporation Commission doesn't have any regular meetings scheduled for this week, but it will have a special meeting on energy preparedness for this summer on Thursday and Friday. The ACC's hearing schedule is here. The only item of interest, in fact the only item on the docket this week, is a public comment session on some rate hike proposals from Arizona American Water. If you live in the Anthem Water District, Sun City Water District, Anthem/Agua Fria Wastewater District, Sun City Wastewater District, or Sun City West Wastewater District and do business with AAWC, you may want to attend the meeting in Anthem on Wednesday evening.
...The highlight of the week has to be Monday's special meeting of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to discuss and take action on Andy Thomas' resignation as County Attorney. They are expected to initiate the process for naming an interim CA to replace Thomas in the office.
Expect *lots* of smiles on West Jefferson (where many county offices are located). :)
...The Tempe City Council isn't meeting this week. Their Council Calendar is here.
...The Scottsdale City Council will meet on Tuesday. The agenda includes the City's monthly financial report, issuing the official call for this fall's elections (OK, the primary will be in August, but that's close enough for blogging :) ), and discussion of possible projects to include in the 2010 bond election. The City's Community Meeting Notice is here.
An AZ Republic article on the City's proposed budget is here.
...Not meeting this week: Arizona Board of Regents, Citizens Clean Elections Commission, Governing Board of the Maricopa County Community College District, Boards of Directors of the Central Arizona Project and Maricopa Integrated Health System.