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National Bank of Arizona ranked top bank in state
National Bank of Arizona has been ranked as the No. 1 Bank in Arizona for the third consecutive year by 'Ranking Arizona, The Best of Arizona Business,' which was released last week.
The annual Ranking Arizona edition is produced by Arizona Business Magazine and ranks the state's top businesses by category, as voted by readers. National Bank was voted as the state's No. 1 bank, with $150 million or more in Arizona assets, under the finance and professional category.
National Bank of Arizona began in Tucson as a small, community bank. Today, it has grown to become the state's fourth-largest bank with approximately $3 billion in total assets. National Bank has 52 offices in 37 communities throughout the state, including Yuma.
Real estate seminars offered
C. David McVay School will present real estate continuing education seminars on agency law and contract law. The seminars will be offered March 9 at the Yuma Community Food Bank, 2325 S. Engler Ave. The sponsor is First American Title.
The agency law seminar concerning buyer broker representation will be 9 a.m. to noon. The contract law seminar will cover the residential purchase contract and be 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Cost is $10 per seminar, payable at the door, and includes lunch. For more information or reservations, call Jonnie Thomas at 819-0099, Ext. 20.
Continuing education classes also are available online at www.cdavidmcvayschool.com.
Yuma area promoted at tour summit
The Yuma Convention & Visitors Bureau recently participated in the Go West Summit Conference in Reno, Nev., which was produced by the Arizona Office of Tourism. The bureau was represented by Susan Dillon, international tourism sales manager.
The conference attracted more than 100 international and domestic tour operators interested in developing tour itineraries to the U.S. Southwest.
"This is an important market for us and we were encouraged with the response that a number of international tours will consider Yuma in the summer months,' said Roger S. Beadle, president of the bureau.
City requires electronic plans
The city of Yuma Department of Community Development is now requiring an electronic version of all drawings, site plans and elevations be submitted with certain project applica- tions.
Those include preliminary and final plat submittals; lot tie, split and line adjustments; manor and minor variances; design review applications; historic district review applications; rezonings; right-of-way abandonments; and site plans as part of building permit applications.
For more information, contact Shelly Hook at 377-5000 or email@example.com.