Greg Eisert speaks at Republican breakfast

POLITICS

Posted 9/1/21

Greg Eisert will be the guest speaker at the Republican breakfast 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14 at the Royal Café, 10793 Grand Ave. The public is invited to come and have breakfast at their own …

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Greg Eisert speaks at Republican breakfast

POLITICS

Posted

Greg Eisert will be the guest speaker at the Republican breakfast 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14 at the Royal Café, 10793 Grand Ave. The public is invited to come and have breakfast at their own expense.

Eisert will speak and answer questions regarding the Arizona Corporation Commission’s (ACC) decisions and consequences on the ratepayers of EPCOR’s Sun City water and wastewater districts. He will also share his perspective of the Sun City Homeowners Association’s (SCHOA) latest lawsuits against the ACC on behalf of the Sun City District Wastewater ratepayers.

Eisert began serving on SCHOA’s Government Affairs Committee in 2012 as a member-at-large working with state legislators. In January of 2013, Eisert was elected as a board director of SCHOA and appointed chairman of its Government Affairs Committee. He held both positions until January 2019. Since then, he has been active behind the scenes. His continued focus has been multi-functional. He works with numerous state and local government officials on behalf of SCHOA and the citizens of Sun City, with a particular emphasis on the Corporation Commission.

R.S.P.V. to Rita Hick at 623-628-1143.

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