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Archive for April 2014

Maricopa Council candidate a finalist for Seattle police chief

Maricopa Council candidate a finalist for Seattle police chief

By Kyle Daly | InMaricopa.com A Maricopa city council candidate and former police chief has been named a finalist in the search for a new top cop at the Seattle Police Department. Patrick Melvin, the current chief of police for the Salt River Police Department, is running […]

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Maricopa Council has critical role to play in future of city court

Maricopa Council has critical role to play in future of city court

By Sarah Ruf | Maricopa Monitor Maricopa’s magistrate court will look a lot different in roughly eight months. The question is, how much different? As city council discussions continue in executive session about the city’s next step in the wake of the Arizona Supreme Court’s investigation into […]

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[EDITORIAL] Patience for PhoenixMart

[EDITORIAL] Patience for PhoenixMart

Casa Grande Dispatch Plans for the huge wholesale center PhoenixMart are moving ahead, and the city of Casa Grande has been working on an arrangement to extend a sewer line to the eastside site, with the developers paying much of the cost. Besides having a concept that […]

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Florence’s preferred rail line running in last place

Florence’s preferred rail line running in last place

By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune As the state ponders a future commuter rail service between Phoenix and Tucson, it hasn’t done enough to gather input from Pinal County citizens, Florence Town Council members told a state transportation planner at Monday’s council meeting. “The […]

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2014 State of the City: Coolidge Mayor Shope shares hope during ‘final’ address

2014 State of the City: Coolidge Mayor Shope shares hope during ‘final’ address

By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner Coolidge Mayor Tom Shope stood in front of the Elks Lodge April 16 and spoke with pride about some of the accomplishment he and the city council were able to have in recent years, while also bidding somewhat of a farewell […]

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San Tan Mountain Regional Park – May Newsletter

San Tan Mountain Regional Park – May Newsletter

Marvelous May Saguaro Blooms in the Park San Tan Mountain Regional Park May 1 @ 9am Homeschool: Owl Presentations May 3 @ 4pm Reptile Feeding May 3 & 4 @ 7pm – 5am San Tan Sinister Run Please be aware of a special event called the San […]

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1891 Pinal County Courthouse Renovation Still Winning Impressive Awards

1891 Pinal County Courthouse Renovation Still Winning Impressive Awards

April 23, 2014                                                  Contact: Joe Pyritz (520) 866-6226 1891 Courthouse Renovation Still Winning Impressive Awards FLORENCE – Even after being officially open for more than a year, the renovation project of the 1891 Pinal County Courthouse, keeps on winning awards statewide and nationwide. The Board of Supervisors […]

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Supervisor Smith follows up on concerns shared by Arizona City residents

Supervisor Smith follows up on concerns shared by Arizona City residents

by By Kayne Crison Arizona City Independent There was a steady flow of residents during the first half of Pinal County Board of Supervisors Chairman Anthony Smith’s monthly visit to Arizona City last week Tuesday. Residents presented Smith with the usual set of concerns including, flooding on […]

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Pinal County Business-Education Summit

Pinal County Business-Education Summit

Join the Pinal County Education Service Agency, the Arizona Business & Education Coalition, and other co-conveners to engage in an important dialogue on how education and business can work collaboratively together to strengthen common goals and meet mutual expectations. What:  Pinal County Business-Education Summit Date:   April 30, […]

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Maricopa school board to discuss budget recommendations

Maricopa school board to discuss budget recommendations

InMaricopa By Kathleen Stinson The Maricopa Unified School District governing board will discuss Wednesday a committee’s recommendations for spending $3.125 million next school year – money that includes additional state funds the district received for converting six schools to public charters. The district decided this year to […]

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