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IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF THE TUCSON ACTIVE MANAGEMENT AREA MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE FIFTH MANAGEMENT PERIOD PUBLIC NOTICE OF SUMMARY OF HEARING AND FINDINGS, ADOPTION ORDER AND RIGHT TO REQUEST A NEW HEARING OR A REVIEW Pursuant to the requirements of Section 45-571 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, Thomas Buschatzke, Director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources (“Director”), hereby gives notice that he has filed with from the Arizona Department of Water Resources (“Department”) a written summary of the hearing and conclusions with respect to the issues discussed at the public hearing on the proposed management plan for the Tucson Active Management Area (“TAMA”) for the fifth management period (“fifth management plan”). The Director further gives notice that he has made an order adopting the Fifth Management Plan (“Adoption Order”). Any interested person may request a re-hearing or a review of the Fifth Management Plan Adoption Order as explained below. The Director released the Proposed Fifth Management Plan on March 21, 2022. A public hearing on the proposed plan was held in Tucson, Arizona on April 26, 2022. The hearing record remained open for submission of written comments. until April 26, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. On May 23, 2022, the Director filed with the Ministry a written summary of the hearing and findings regarding the matters discussed during the hearing recording period. Following further review by the Director, the Director has determined that substantial and non-substantial changes to the proposed plan are required to correct an error in the calculation of application rates for the golf in Chapter 6, to delete update the recharge and recovery site criteria in Chapter 3 in response to stakeholder concerns, and to make typographical and technical corrections. On the same day, May 23, 2022, the Director issued the Adoption Order adopting the Fifth Management Plan and outlining changes to the plan. The Fifth Management Plan contains mandatory conservation, monitoring and reporting requirements for certain persons who abstract, distribute or receive groundwater in the ZAMA. These requirements, which are set out in the Plan’s Agricultural Conservation Program, Municipal Conservation Program, and Industrial Conservation Program, are designed to achieve reductions in groundwater withdrawals from the TAMA. The fifth management plan also includes an executive summary, chapters dealing with hydrology, water demand and supply, underground water storage, savings and replenishment, mandatory conservation programs , implementation, compliance and support, and water strategy. A transcript of the public hearing, summary of hearing and findings, adoption order, and fifth management plan are available on the ministry’s website at https://new.azwater. gov/ama/management-plans. Copies of the Summary of Hearing and Conclusions, Adoption Order, and Fifth Management Plan are available for viewing at the Department’s office in Phoenix. A person may request a copy of any of the above documents in paper or electronic format by contacting Sharon Scantlebury at (602) 771-8472 or sscantlebury@azwater.gov. Pursuant to Section 45-114(C) of the Arizona Revised Statutes, any person may file a motion for rehearing or review of the Director’s order adopting the Fifth Management Plan. However, a party is not required to file a motion for rehearing or review to exhaust administrative remedies and may seek judicial review once the Director’s decision has become final. Any request for a rehearing or review must be filed with the Case Supervisor, Arizona Department of Water Resources, 1110 W. Washington Street, Suite 310, Phoenix, AZ 85007 by June 30, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. If a person files a timely request for a re-hearing or review, the Director will make a decision on the request and may modify the Fifth Management Plan after a re-hearing or review. After the director has rendered decisions on all requests for rehearing or review, the director will publish a notice that the fifth management plan is final once a week for two consecutive weeks in the Daily Star. The notice will include a description of any changes made after a re-hearing or review. The fifth management plan will be final for judicial review purposes when the notice is published for the second time. If no one files a timely motion for a rehearing or review, the May 23, 2022 adoption order will become final on June 30, 2022. Posted May 23-30, 2022 Arizona Daily Star

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT BABOQUIVARI UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 40 Notice is hereby given that Baboquivari Unified School District No. 40 (BUSD) is soliciting Requests for Proposals (RFPs) from companies qualified to administer professional development, curriculum mentoring, teaching and assessment. Copies of the Detailed Request for Proposal (RFP) can be obtained by contacting the Baboquivari Unified School District Administration Office at 520-719-1200 and PO Box 248, Sells, AZ 85634. The BUSD Request for Proposal includes a description of the service to be provided by Respondents; minimum response content; and the factors to be used to assess responses. The District reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any formality in any proposal. All proposal protests should be filed with the District Representative, Dr. Christopher Bonn, Superintendent, Baboquivari Unified School District No. 40, at the address listed above. For more information, please contact Jessica Arivizu at PO Box 248, Sells, AZ 85634 or email jarvizu@busd40.org through June 1, 2022 Arizona Daily Star

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR A SUPPLEMENTARY SOCIO-EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAM. BABOQUIVARI UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 40 Notice is hereby given that Baboquivari Unified School District No. 40 (BUSD) is soliciting Requests for Proposals (RFPs) from qualified companies to administer professional development, mentoring for the social-emotional learning (SEL). Copies of the Detailed Request for Proposal (RFP) can be obtained by contacting the Baboquivari Unified School District Administration Office at 520-719-1200 and PO Box 248, Sells, AZ 85634. The BUSD Request for Proposal includes a description of the service to be provided by Respondents; minimum response content; and the factors to be used to assess responses. The District reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any formality in any proposal. All proposal protests should be filed with the District Representative, Dr. Christopher Bonn, Superintendent, Baboquivari Unified School District No. 40, at the address listed above. For more information, please contact Jessica Arivizu at PO Box 248, Sells, AZ 85634 or email jarvizu@busd40.org through June 1, 2022 Arizona Daily Star

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