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Archive for October 2015

Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange

Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange

Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange NEWS RELEASE WASHINGTON — In a major win for Arizona’s Congressional District One, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., has secured a competitive $15 million TIGER VII transportation grant for the city of Maricopa. Since 2013, the Project, most […]

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Apache Junction updating pawn shop, auction ordinance

Apache Junction updating pawn shop, auction ordinance

Apache Junction updating pawn shop, auction ordinance by Wendy Miller | Apache Junction Independent A proposed revision to Apache Junction’s City Code about pawn shops has been scrapped and work is under way to create a new one. During the Apache Junction City Council’s Oct. 19 work […]

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Plat expiring in Pinal? New and different extension policy

Plat expiring in Pinal? New and different extension policy

Plat expiring in Pinal? New and different extension policy By Jennifer Hall | Rose Law Group During last Thursday’s Pinal County Planning and Zoning Commission Hearing (10/15/15), one of the planning manager discussion items was the administrative review of tentative plat extensions. According to the existing Development […]

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PhoenixMart construction remains horizontal awaiting permit

PhoenixMart construction remains horizontal awaiting permit

PhoenixMart construction remains horizontal awaiting permit By Kevan Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Rob Kobierowski said building PhoenixMart is a “fast-tracking” process, though he added that doesn’t quite mean there’s anything fast about it. The vice president of construction for AZ Sourcing, PhoenixMart’s parent company, explained “fast-tracking” […]

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Preventing more state cost shifts to counties focus of supervisors conference

Preventing more state cost shifts to counties focus of supervisors conference

Preventing more state cost shifts to counties focus of supervisors conference By Joe Pyritz | San Tan Valley.com The Pinal County Supervisors joined county officials from across the state at the Eleventh Annual Legislative Summit of the County Supervisors Association (CSA), October 13-15, 2015, in Lake Havasu […]

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Pinal County community residents win 2-year ‘no children’ policy battle

Pinal County community residents win 2-year ‘no children’ policy battle

Pinal County community residents win 2-year ‘no children’ policy battle By Sarah Ruf | Maricopa Monitor Many Province residents are celebrating a newly won victory after its community management company agreed to uphold its “no children” policy, more than two years after residents spoke up about kids […]

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Home sales prices in Pinal County continue upward trend

Home sales prices in Pinal County continue upward trend

Home sales prices in Pinal County continue upward trend Written by Joe Pyritz | SanTanValley.com Residential home prices in Pinal County rose an average of 4.6 percent in the third quarter of 2015, when compared to the July through September period of last year. The average sale […]

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Winners capture people and landscapes in Pinal Partnership Open Space and Trails Committee photo contest

Winners capture people and landscapes in Pinal Partnership Open Space and Trails Committee photo contest

Winners capture people and landscapes in Pinal Partnership Open Space and Trails Committee photo contest Casa Grande Dispatch Six winners and four honorable mentions have been announced for the summer 2015 Pinal Partnership Open Space and Trails Committee’s photo contest. Submissions included 121 photos. Images ranged from […]

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Pinal County might institute more dust controls

Pinal County might institute more dust controls

Pinal County might institute more dust controls By Brian Wright | Casa Grande Dispatch Western Pinal County residents probably don’t have to be reminded that their air has a dust problem. The massive haboobs blowing across the region during monsoon season are enough of a reminder. The […]

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Amen, prayer returns to Coolidge council meetings after years

Amen, prayer returns to Coolidge council meetings after years

Amen, prayer returns to Coolidge council meetings after years By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner After being sidetracked by controversy, prayer returned last week to Coolidge City Council meetings after an eight-year absence. Byron Sanders, the city’s police chaplain and the pastor at Fairhaven Baptist Church, delivered […]

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