In his article “GOP group opposed to Phoenix light rail tax measure,” Mike Sunnucks adds a line that’s almost a throwaway – but might be the most-important sentence in the piece: “Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio is the lead opponent…
Phoenix City Council member Sal DiCiccio is unleashing a haboob of email spam in hopes of edging a challenger for his seat. Don’t let it work.
Celebrate the upcoming Arizona Centennial Wandering Justin-style – by remembering the Worst of Arizona! This is the first in a series.
People in Phoenix, Arizona, now have another busybody political group inundating their email accounts with unwanted spam messages. Who are they, and what do they want to accomplish besides spamming your email account?
I consider Chicago an overrated city. But it has some progressive elements that I’d like to see in Phoenix. Small chance of that without a focus on improving the city’s amenities as opposed to simple-minded cost cutting.
Sal DiCiccio, a member of the Phoenix City Council, again shows his contempt for city workers while playing loose with facts in his latest e-mail missive.
In the short time I’ve kept tabs on Sal DiCiccio, a Phoenix city councilman, he’s been careless with residents’ private information, misrepresented data on city employees’ salaries and whined like Glenn Beck. And he’s convinced me that he’s tied to the nofee2hikeaz.com group.
Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio has come out adamantly against a $2 a day parking fee at some city trailhead parking lots. Here’s why he is dead wrong.
A website called nofee2hikeaz.com is now online fighting the Phoenix government’s proposal to charge for parking at 5 of its most-congested trailheads. Check my earlier post for some of the details. Let me get this straight: The people who launched…
Sal Diciccio, a member of the Phoenix City Council, is trying to score cheap political points by squawking about $2 fees to park at some city trailheads. His protests, though, lack depth or thought. Here’s why.