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Domestic Violence Awareness - Paint Phoenix Purple - Councilmember Sal DiCiccio6710https://i.ytimg.com/vi/CmHKlVDr-sI/hqdefault.jpgDomestic Violence Awareness - Paint Phoenix Purple - Councilmember Sal DiCicciohttps://www.phoenix.gov/phxtv/video/Video/6710Domestic Violence is one of the most widespread and dangerous health and safety challenges in our community today. Paint Phoenix Purple is a local awareness campaign brought to you by a collaboration of more than 50 community, private, and public organizations. For more information: http://paintphoenixpurple.org/ 0x0120D520A8080024BEB85F89C3F04A914B972402332B7A00CAE6754F5A4FF84B9A33352EE2524CFAtext/html; charset=utf-8 PHX11Video
On The Issues with Sal DiCiccio3731https://i.ytimg.com/vi/R_4heiAh24w/hqdefault.jpgOn The Issues with Sal DiCicciohttps://www.phoenix.gov/phxtv/video/Video/3731In this edition of On the Issues, Councilman DiCiccio leads a two-segment show. In the first segment, he directs viewers through a discussion of the Phoenix city budget that the City Council will vote on May 17. In the second segment, he hosts representatives from the American Cancer Society to discuss efforts to improve screening for colorectal cancer, the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Fortunately, regular screening can reduce incidence and mortality. Arizona ranks 43 out of 51 (including D.C.) for up-to-date colorectal cancer screening. The guests discuss a statewide initiative to improve Arizona’s screening rate with a goal of reaching 80 percent by 2018.0x0120D520A8080024BEB85F89C3F04A914B972402332B7A00CAE6754F5A4FF84B9A33352EE2524CFAtext/html; charset=utf-8 PHX11Video
On The Issues with Councilman Sal DiCiccio - Breast Cancer Awareness and Taxes4084https://i.ytimg.com/vi/JuOgqBnX1V4/hqdefault.jpgOn The Issues with Councilman Sal DiCiccio - Breast Cancer Awareness and Taxeshttps://www.phoenix.gov/phxtv/video/Video/4084In this two-segment edition of On the Issues, Councilman DiCiccio explores the American Cancer Society’s Real Men Wear Pink initiative, a new fundraiser this year to engage more men to help save lives from breast cancer. Throughout the month, prominent local men will wear pink to raise awareness and funds to support the organizations programs, services and cutting-edge breast cancer research. In the second half of the show, Councilman DiCiccio directs viewers through a discussion of the Phoenix city budget and property tax that the City Council voted on earlier this year. http://makingstrides.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=77401 0x0120D520A8080024BEB85F89C3F04A914B972402332B7A00CAE6754F5A4FF84B9A33352EE2524CFAtext/html; charset=utf-8 PHX11Video

​About District 6

The boundary map of Phoenix City Council District 6 is bar-bell shaped and includes communities such as the Biltmore, Ahwatukee, Arcadia and North Central. The northern part of the district has Central Avenue and Northern Avenue as the northern boundary and Buckeye Road and 48th Street as the southern boundary. The southern part of the district has Baseline Road and 48th Street as the northern boundary and Central Avenue & Pecos Road as the southern boundary.

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Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s Statement on Today’s Failed OAT Board Votehttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-6/1630City Council District 611/19/2020 12:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1630/Newsroom_Council_Statement_06.jpgCouncilman Sal DiCiccio’s Statement on Today’s Failed OAT Board Vote<div class="ExternalClass4ADE0EE6EE624E5CAFC3DBED786FCA5D"><html> <strong>BREAKING: Phx stops anti-police motion on 5-4 vote today. </strong><br> <br>“The vote today intended to approve the "Office of Accountability and Transparency" was no such thing. It would have been the first step to defunding our police - putting you and your family at risk.<br><br>The people who hate our police will not stop until they trash our city - just like they have in Portland, Seattle and Minneapolis.<br><br>Every single one of them HAS an anti-police activist driven "oversight committee" - and none of them have peace. You can't appease a mob.<br><br>Radical anti-police protesters will not stop until they have destroyed the foundations of law and order in this country.<br><br>I will be pushing for reasonable oversight of police, and pushing for the entire community to vote on it: not just the crazy anti-police people who dominate City Hall, but everyone in our city."<br></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district6Newsdistrict-6
Councilman DiCiccio Fires Back at ASU's Cronkite School over Termination of Deanhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-6/1544City Council District 610/2/2020 7:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1544/Newsroom_Council_Statement_06.jpgCouncilman DiCiccio Fires Back at ASU's Cronkite School over Termination of Dean<div class="ExternalClass91C5B156018940FEAD12AC302DA7C51C"><html>​“The Cronkite School fired their Dean for tweeting prayers for police and fired the head of their radio station for pointing out Jacob Blake was a criminal with a vile history of abusive acts toward women.<br><br>I'm firing back.<br><br>See the letter I sent to ASU President Michael Crow and ASU Lobbyist Matt Salmon":<br><br><p style="text-align:center;"></p><p style="text-align:center;"><a target="_blank" href="/district6site/Documents/Cronkite%20Letter.pdf">Click for PDF of Letter​​</a><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">​</span><img src="/district6site/MediaAssets/Cronkite%20Letter-page-001.jpg" style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;margin:5px;width:502px;" /><br></p><p><br></p></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district6Newsdistrict-6
DiCiccio and Nowakowski Present Plan for Relocation of Human Services Campushttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/district-6/1522City Council District 69/24/2020 12:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1522/Newsroom_Council_News_06.jpgDiCiccio and Nowakowski Present Plan for Relocation of Human Services Campus<div class="ExternalClass0215AEC877EC436DB8C55A950F8979E1"><html>​There is a current push to expand the Homeless Services Campus in downtown Phoenix. Many of the neighborhoods surrounding the campus - already under siege - are fighting to prevent this due to the extraordinary impacts of so many chronic street-homeless being concentrated in their neighborhood. They're right, but so are homeless advocates who say we need more shelter and low-income housing options. <br><br>Rather than expand the campus, and thereby increase the impacts on neighborhoods that are already bearing the brunt of our homeless crisis, we respectfully urge our colleagues, along with state, county, and city officials from throughout Arizona, to consider a better solution: St. Luke's.<br><br>We will never again have an opportunity to acquire a fully built, large scale hospital to serve the needs of our homeless population. St. Luke's has room to support the expansion of shelter and service options for our homeless, in an area with easy access to mass transit, and one that is significantly more isolated from any surrounding neighborhoods.<br><br>Relocating the Human Services Campus to St. Luke's will provide a better environment to assist our homeless population AND help protect our neighbors and neighborhoods. Further, relocating the Campus from the current location would allow for the sale of this extremely valuable piece of property – monies from which could be used to create new shelter and housing options throughout the Valley.<br><br>The City of Phoenix alone does not have the resources to accomplish this plan, but Phoenix should not have to stand alone. We must take a regional approach in order to resolve this issue. The State of Arizona, Maricopa County, and our other surrounding valley cities need to step up as well – and they should. Homelessness and housing insecurity affect us all, and everyone needs to have a hand in addressing these issues. It cannot solely weigh on Phoenix.<br><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;"><br>A</span>ccordingly, we are asking elected officials throughout the State of Arizona to support our plan to relocate Phoenix's Human Services Campus to the former St. Luke's hospital location, and seek to allocate any and all resources necessary to provide these critical services to the most vulnerable among us, while also protecting our neighbors and neighborhoods.<br><p></p><p>Sincerely,<br><img style="margin:5px;width:213px;height:62px;" src="/district6site/MediaAssets/DiCiccioSignature.png" />     <img style="margin:5px;width:209px;height:39px;" src="/district6site/MediaAssets/CouncilmanNowakowski_Signature.png" /><br>Councilman Sal DiCiccio                                      Councilman Michael Nowakowski<br>Phoenix Council District 6                                   Phoenix Council District 7​<br></p></html></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/district6Newsdistrict-6

​About Councilman Sal DiCiccio

Councilman Sal DiCiccio was appointed by the Mayor and Phoenix City Council to fill out the term of Councilman Greg Stanton on Feb. 10, 2009. DiCiccio was previously elected to serve Council District 6 in 1994 and 1998.

Councilman DiCiccio attended Arizona State University and earned a bachelor's degree in Business. A businessman and fiscal conservative, DiCiccio looks for opportunities to stretch every dollar on behalf of the taxpayer.

As councilmember, DiCiccio lists his three goals as job creation, improved public safety, and neighborhood preservation.

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