For what is normally a relatively quiet time of the year in AZ politics, there sure are some interesting meetings coming up...OK, two or three interesting meetings, and interesting mostly if you're a political geek. :)
...The Ethics Committee of the Arizona Senate will meet Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in SHR1 to discuss Sen. Scott Bundgaard's situation.
...The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (AIRC) hasn't officially announced any meetings this week as yet, but they have tentatively scheduled meetings in Casa Grande for Thursday and Friday.
Edit to add: According to a message from Steve at Arizona Eagletarian, it looks as if the meetings will actually be held at the Wild Horse Pass Resort just south of Chandler. If you plan on attending one or both meetings, check with the AIRC to confirm the location (though Steve is pretty dialed in on redistricting - if he says "Wild Horse Pass", it's almost certainly going to be Wild Horse Pass).
...The Joint Legislative Study Committee on Outcome-Based Education Funding will meet on Friday at 10 a.m. in HHR3. The co-chairs of the committee are Sen. Sylvia Allen and Rep. Chester Crandell. Neither is known as a staunch advocate for (or even *of*) education. This seems like an exercise in legislative Republicans looking for ever more creative ways to justify defunding public education, but perhaps I'm just being cynical.
...The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) has two special open meeting scheduled for this week. On Monday, they'll be meeting at 2 p.m. to solicit and accept public comment on proposed amendments to some pipeline safety rules; on Friday, Commissioner Paul Newman will be holding a workshop/information session on trends and developments in solar power.
Both meetings will be held at the ACC's offices in Phoenix.
...The Scottsdale City Council will meet Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the City Hall Kiva. Scottsdale's Community Meeting notice is here.
...The Tempe City Council will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers. Tempe's Council Calendar is here.