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The SVGID Board of Trustees meets at 6 pm the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Sun Valley General Improvement District Board Room, located at 5000 Sun Valley Blvd. in Sun Valley. (The Board Room is located on the lower level. Please use the Prosser Way entrance). Meetings are open to the general public.

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The SVGID Board of Trustees meets at 6 pm the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Sun Valley General Improvement District Board Room, located at 5000 Sun Valley Blvd. in Sun Valley.

The Board Room is located on the lower level. Please use the Prosser Way entrance. Meetings are open to the general public.

 


Margaret Reinhardt

SVGID Pipeline July 2011
SVGID Pipeline March 2013
SVDID Pipeline August 2015

Award of Appreciation being presented to the CDBG for their participation in our annual Veterans Day Celebration.


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First of all I would like to thank
you for electing me to represent
you on the SVGID Board of Trustees
for 3 consecutive terms. It has been
both an honor and a privilege to
serve you the past 11 years. I have
sat on RTC committees representing
your interests on the Sun Valley
Blvd beautification project and the
committee to study the Pyramid
Hwy/395 interceptor. Also, I’ve
served on the design team for
the Red Hill Park and as secretary
on the Western Regional Water
Commission. It has been an
experience and education that could
not have been achieved without
your votes of confidence.


Reflecting back upon my 50
years as a Sun Valley resident I
can honestly say I wouldn’t have
wanted to live anywhere else. To
state a few advantages Sun Valley
suffers very little when it comes
to natural disasters, property taxes
are lower here and home prices
are affordable to those with low
and medium incomes giving many,
including myself, the opportunity
to become home owners. For raising
children and enjoying pets we have
been blessed with 3rd acre zoning.
I knew at first sight that Sun Valley
was to be the place I would raise my
children and realize my dreams. I
can’t thank you all enough. Margaret

 

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