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Archive for August 2014

Arizona City fire board eyes Eloy deal

Arizona City fire board eyes Eloy deal By Rodney Haas | Casa Grande Dispatch The Arizona City Fire District board appears to be headed toward an arrangement with the Eloy Fire District instead of hiring a new chief. The board defeated a pair of agenda items Tuesday […]

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Cancelling Thursday, September 4th debate

Partners in Progress:   As you know, Pinal Partnership was making our best attempt to coordinate far too many very busy schedules to pull off the first General Election Gubernatorial Debate next week. After making our very best attempts all calendars simply cannot be reconciled and we […]

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Maricopa election roundup

Maricopa election roundup

Maricopa election roundup inMaricopa.com Leach, Finchem beat Grant to advance to House general election Vince Leach won the Republican primary for the two seats in the state House of Representatives Tuesday night with 12,268 votes or 42 percent of the total votes cast. Mark Finchem finished second […]

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Florence voters reject Home Rule

Florence voters reject Home Rule

Florence voters reject Home Rule Florence Reminder After renewing the town of Florence’s “Home Rule Option” every four years since the 1980s, a majority Florence voters suddenly said “no” in Tuesday’s primary election. This means the town can’t budget all its revenues and must instead make cuts […]

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ASARCO plans $100 million upgrade of Hayden smelter to meet new EPA sulfur dioxide emission limits

ASARCO plans $100 million upgrade of Hayden smelter to meet new EPA sulfur dioxide emission limits

ASARCO plans $100 million upgrade of Hayden smelter to meet new EPA sulfur dioxide emission limits By James Hodl | Copper Area.com Plans for a $110 million upgrade of the Hayden copper smelter that will bring the apparatus in compliance with new federal regulations concerning emissions of […]

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Primary Election races too close to call: CD1; Paradise Valley; Coolidge, Maricopa

Primary Election races too close to call: CD1; Paradise Valley; Coolidge, Maricopa

Primary Election races too close to call: CD1; Paradise Valley; Coolidge, Maricopa By: Phil Riske State House Speaker Andy Tobin held a narrow lead over Eastern Arizona rancher Gary Kiehne Wednesday morning for the Republican nomination in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District primary election. The race see-sawed between […]

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City of Maricopa Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting Agenda

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City of Eloy City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

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City of Coolidge City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

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Coolidge to reduce bus fares

Coolidge to reduce bus fares

Coolidge to reduce bus fares City hopes move attracts more riders By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner COOLIDGE — Changes are coming to the Cotton Express and CART transit systems, and they will likely be looked upon favorably by riders. The Coolidge City Council voted unanimously to […]

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