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Archive for May 2014

Pinal and Gila counties may go separate ways on tailoring workforce programs for their residents

Pinal and Gila counties may go separate ways on tailoring workforce programs for their residents

Pinal and Gila counties may go separate ways on tailoring workforce programs for their residents By James Hodl | Copper Area News After nearly 15 years, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors appears poised to end its partnership with Gila County in conducting jobs programs under the […]

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Pinal County municipal primary election ballots

Pinal County municipal primary election ballots

Pinal County municipal primary election ballots Rose Law Group Reporter (Editor’s note: This is a partial list of candidates for municipal elections in Pinal County. The list will be updated when further information becomes available.) Coolidge mayor and council: Mayor — Jon Thompson and Gilbert Lopez Council […]

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Johnson Utilities owner calls off sale to Florence

Johnson Utilities owner calls off sale to Florence

Johnson Utilities owner calls off sale to Florence By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder After months of negotiations with the town of Florence and gaining approval by voters in last week’s special election, Johnson Utilities owner George Johnson has stopped all negotiations to sell his company to […]

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Pinal crops ahead of schedule

Pinal crops ahead of schedule

Pinal crops ahead of schedule By Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch The past winter’s long stretch of warm, sunny days and minimal rain have been good for Pinal crops at Ak-Chin Farms near Maricopa. Barley and potato harvests are ahead of schedule. Cotton was planted […]

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Eloy budget has $14 million in capital projects

Eloy budget has $14 million in capital projects

Eloy budget has $14 million in capital projects By Lora Neu | Eloy Enterprises With a total tentative budget of $80,105,230, the city of Eloy has ambitious plans for the 2014/2015 fiscal year. The City plans to spend about $14 million on capital projects this fiscal year, […]

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Maricopa City Council may fill vacancy Thursday

Maricopa City Council may fill vacancy Thursday

Maricopa City Council may fill vacancy Thursday By Kathleen Stinson | InMaricopa.com Maricopa City Council could swear in a new member Thursday to fill its vacant seat. The council is scheduled to interview applicants at a special meeting at 6 p.m. city hall. A vote and swearing-in […]

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Maricopa Council approves business park developer

Maricopa Council approves business park developer

Maricopa Council approves business park developer By Kathleen Stinson | InMaricopa.com Maricopa City Council approved an agreement Tuesday with The Boyer Company for the master planning, design and marketing of the Estrella Gin Business Park. The Estrella Gin Business Park site is 52 acres of mostly undeveloped […]

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State railroad overpass funding could be approved June 13; construction could start in 2018

State railroad overpass funding could be approved June 13; construction could start in 2018

State railroad overpass funding could be approved June 13; construction could start in 2018 By Kathleen Stinson | InMaricopa.com The State Transportation Board recommended Tuesday the Arizona Department of Transportation put the State Route 347 grade separation crossing over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks in Maricopa in […]

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ADOT Passenger Rail Study: Phoenix to Tucson – still time to comment

ADOT Passenger Rail Study: Phoenix to Tucson – still time to comment

ADOT Passenger Rail Study: Phoenix to Tucson – still time to comment Comment Period Extended through June 2014! Take the survey today! It’s a concept that’s got a lot of people talking: a passenger rail system that could carry travelers and commuters between Phoenix and Tucson. The Arizona […]

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Apache Junction Police Department Encourages a Safe and Fun Summer for Kids

Apache Junction Police Department Encourages a Safe and Fun Summer for Kids

AJPD Encourages a Safe and Fun Summer for Kids Apache Junction, Arizona, May 23, 2014 – Summer is here, and school is out. It is important to have activities and supervision for your children during the summer months to keep them safe, and out of trouble. Local […]

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