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Page 10 ' Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona October 26, 2011 Town of Superior returns sewer agreement By Mila Lira The Superior Town Council once again reviewed the proposed agreement withResolution Copper to provide waste water treatment services for the Resolution Copper west plan operations. During its meeting earlier this month, the council voted to approve the agreement with changes to the price per month to $1,100 and that should 'any legal trials from this agreement be done in front of a jury trial. Town Attorney Chris Wencker reviewed the proposed changes with Resolution Copper Mining (RCM), and he explained that RCM accepted all of the council's amendments to the contract with the exception of settling any dispute resolution in front of a jury trial and the no business with companies in Sudan/Iran disclosure. Wencker explained that RCM would have to take the agreement to higher legal counsel within Rio Tinto to get the Sudan/ Iran clause added into the contract which would significantly delay the approval of the agreement. Wencker also stated that RCM did not agree to a trial by jury should there be a need for dispute resolution. Wencker reminded the council that other agreements with RCM such as the Mutual Licensed. Bonded. Insured ROC 244797 Benefits Agreement do not allow for a jury trial for " dispute resolution. Councilmember Soyla Peralta made a motion to reject the agreement until the Town's request for a jury trial should there be dispute resolution was met. The motion was approved with Mayor Michael Hing and Councilmembers Gilbert Aguilar, Peralta and Chris Tomerlin voting in favor of the motion. Vice Mayor Olga Lopez and Councilmemembers John Tameron and Henry Gutierrez recused themselves due to a conflict of interest. Deputy Town Manager Luigi Digirolamo reported to the Superior Sun that Town staff will be working with RCM on making the changes to the agreement as needed. Copper Resources Contracting golf tourney raises nearly $6,000 for local food banks 480-229-8966 OWNED BY IKE AND MIA MARTINEZ Vida asequible e independiente Para personas mayores de 62 afios+ E1 mejor momento en la vida es cuando puedes relajarte y disfrutar de la buena vida que te has ganado. iNuestros apartamentos ofrecen comodidad, conveniencia y asequibilidad! Algunos de nuestros servieios ineluven: Pisos amplios de un dormitorio Oficina en el lugar Alquileres subsidiados por el I-IUD Servicio (le comidas a domieilio Prestaeiones de servieios pfiblicos Sistema de llamadas de emergencia Coordinador de servieios en el lugar Hermosa vista a las montafias i iLavanderia GRATIS! Criadero de firboles superior O 199 W. Gray Drive Superior, AZ 85173 iiLlame hoy mismo! 520-689-8250 a b ..... ' www.ncr.orglsuperior r oretum:. :. _ : . ; : By Mila Lira September is Hunger Action Month, a month when across the nation there are different activities to help bolster the supplies as local food banks as well as help educate families on what they can do if their family is food insecure. With the holidays quickly approaching and the state of the economy the local food banks are always looking for donations to help feed the families of their community. With this need in mind, Copper Resources C.on.tracting (CRC)., a . . local:business based : . in Superior, hosted a charity golf tournament in September to help provide financial assistance to the Gila County Food Bank " and the Superior Food Bank. The tournament was held at Queen Valley Golf Course and had " more than 80 registered golfers. With sponsorships and registration fees, representative from CRC Alicia Dalmolin explained that CRC raised close to $6,000, which will be split 70 percent to Gila County Food Bank and 30 percent to the Superior Fogd B ank. Sh e further are being split based on_ the population of the area that each agency serves. Dalmolin further explained that CRC is committed to being involved in the local communities. Golfers from throughout Arizona attended the tournament which not only provided a great opportunity to raise money for local food banks but it was also provided a great networking opportunity: As. the golfers assembled for the tournament the tournament director Leslie Bryant asked for everyone to take a moment of explained a.t the. funds ..... who lost their lives in the remembrance of the 10 year anniversary of 9/11. In addition to providing funding for the local food banks, CRC enlisted the help of the SuperiOr High School DECA program to help with food sales and preparations. The SHS DECA students are currently raising funds to attend a regional conference in San Diego. This tournament provided a great example of collaboration and how local businesses are an important source of support for nonprofit and silence in. honor of those school groups.