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May 30, 2020
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8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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General Manager of Central Arizona Project Ted Cook discusses the intricate operation of the CAP canal that supplies water from the Colorado River to Tucson.

How water is proportioned in Arizona.  The annual amount of water that flows annually.  The role Lake Pleasant plays in storage and delivery.

Ted maps outs the 336 mile CAP canal from its beginning at the Mark Wilmer Pumping Plant on the Colorado River to Tucson.  How they maintain canal levels to fill orders for water delivery.

How long it took to construct the CAP canal.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Sal Sucato of DunRite Windows And Doors discusses how today’s windows installed properly can save you money on your energy bill and reduce noise.

Explains what an R Value and a U Value means to window efficiency.

Details of glass, frames, sun screens, light blocking.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Topics include DunRite Window & Doors employment opportunities, Registrar Of Contractors complaints of a contractor who left them with incomplete projects, discussion of the Arizona ROC Recovery Fund, Water Plant It Wisely update and what 90% of Upper Basin water is used for.

5/30/20 (running time 8-11AM)

Outdoor Living Hour 

General Manager of The Central Arizona Project Ted Cook discusses the current state of our water supply from the Colorado River to your town. And ‘The Arizona Plant Lady‘ Noelle Johnson talks about the edible plants you can find in the desert.

#DesertHarvest

Homeowner Topic: Buying Energy Efficient Windows? Include These Smart Upgrades

When the neighbor’s barking dog sounds like it’s standing next to your bed, windows are hard to open or close, and you can feel warmth of the summer sun when you touch a window pane inside the house, it’s time for window replacements in your home. So how do you choose the best energy efficient windows with upgrades that are worth the investment, while remaining true to your budget?

Weekly Blog Article

Compliments of DunRite Windows & Doors: For Rosie customers and listeners: A $200 discount on any purchase they spend with DunRite. Good through the month of June 2020 (no retro discounts). Discount MUST be mentioned at the time of purchase. Call 602-456-2227

Homeowner Topic: Open Lines! 

Got a question? Call In! Chat with Rosie & Romey!

Weekly To-Do Topic: #RemoveMineralDeposits

Marc Boehm of Military Assistance Mission updates what the organization is doing to assist active Arizona military. And your home improvement questions.

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