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Archive for June 2015

Florence Council opts for closer look at future annexations

Florence Council opts for closer look at future annexations

Florence Council opts for closer look at future annexations By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder The town will enlarge the town limits a bit more cautiously than it has for the last decade, following a change in policy by the Town Council. “Since much has changed over […]

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Pinal County Seeks Public Comment on Draft Five-Year Transportation Program

Pinal County Seeks Public Comment on Draft Five-Year Transportation Program

Pinal County Seeks Public Comment on Draft Five-Year Transportation Program Through July 24th, the Pinal County Draft 2015 Five-Year Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program for Budget Years 2014-2015 through 2018-2019 is available for public review and comment by visiting the county’s website at: http://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/PublicWorks/TransportationPlanning/Pages/PublicCommentForm.aspx. A copy of […]

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Pinal supervisors approve community-supported MMJ dispensary

Pinal supervisors approve community-supported MMJ dispensary

Pinal supervisors approve community-supported MMJ dispensary By Brian Wright |Maricopa Monitor The issue of medical marijuana dispensaries in Pinal County has at times been a controversial subject. No such controversy existed Wednesday when the Board of Supervisors approved a dispensary just outside the Florence town limits. Healing […]

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SRP still pursuing power line route on Gila River Reservation

SRP still pursuing power line route on Gila River Reservation

SRP still pursuing power line route on Gila River Reservation By Chris Coppola| The Arizona Republic SRP officials spent much of last year and early 2015 negotiating with thousands of allottees who hold tribal land on the Gila River Reservation to lease property for the line. After […]

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Eloy officials optimistic about city’s future growth

Eloy officials optimistic about city’s future growth

Eloy officials optimistic about city’s future growth By David Yankus | Eloy Enterprise Community leaders in Pinal County say more collaboration between cities is necessary for surviving financial and infrastructure troubles. Pinal Partnership hosted a panel June 12 at The Property Conference Center in Casa Grande with […]

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Sen. Barbara McGuire announces exploratory committee for Congress in CD-1

Sen. Barbara McGuire announces exploratory committee for Congress in CD-1

Sen. Barbara McGuire announces exploratory committee for Congress in CD-1 State Senator Barbara McGuire, D-Legislative District 8, announced today that she is opening a committee to explore running for Congressional District 1. “The residents of rural Arizona deserve a representative who understands the unique needs of our […]

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Medical marijuana: Cultivation site to open in Coolidge

Medical marijuana: Cultivation site to open in Coolidge

Medical marijuana: Cultivation site to open in Coolidge By Sarah Ruff | Maricopa Monitor When Ray Halbe found out his healthy wife had cancer, everything changed. After researching alternative methods to chemotherapy, the family decided to start using an oil extracted from marijuana to ease nausea symptoms […]

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Coolidge airport gets $150K grant

Coolidge airport gets $150K grant

Coolidge airport gets $150K grant Coolidge Municipal Airport will receive a $150,000 federal grant for rehabilitation of more than 2,000 feet of taxiway pavement. The project comes from $970,000 in critical transportation grants for rural airports in Gila, Graham and Pinal counties, announced by U.S. Rep. Ann […]

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Florence dealing with $1M budget gap

Florence dealing with $1M budget gap

Florence dealing with $1M budget gap By Mark Cowling | Casa Grande Dispatch Florence Town officials won’t be filling some vacant positions as the tentative budget forecasts a gap of more than $1 million in costs versus projected revenue for the coming fiscal year. The Town Council […]

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City of Maricopa receives National award for budget

City of Maricopa receives National award for budget

City of Maricopa receives National award for budget The City of Maricopa received the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for fiscal year 2014/15. The award reflects the commitment of City Council and staff to meeting the highest […]

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