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Archive for March 2016

Better connecting Pinal: RTA proposing significant improvements

Better connecting Pinal: RTA proposing significant improvements

Better connecting Pinal: RTA proposing significant improvements Half-cent tax may be on ballot in fall By Adam Gaub | Casa Grande Dispatch Right now, they’re just colored lines on a map. But what they represent is the means for transforming Pinal County from a semirural and disconnected […]

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Casa Grande key to expansion of Tractor Supply Co., its CEO says

Casa Grande key to expansion of Tractor Supply Co., its CEO says

Casa Grande key to expansion of Tractor Supply Co., its CEO says By Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Tractor Supply Company CEO Greg Sandfort says the Casa Grande distribution center greatly increases the company’s capabilities of expanding west, helping the company meet a goal of someday […]

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Pinal Partnership Day at the Ballpark

Pinal Partnership Day at the Ballpark

Pinal Partnership Day at the Ballpark Thursday, May 12, 2016 – Gates Open 5:00 pm, Game starts at 6:40 pm Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants CHASE FIELD – The Draft Room $50.00 per game ticket for the first 50 tickets sold. After first 50 tickets sold, […]

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3rd Annual Pinal County Business and Education Summit

3rd Annual Pinal County Business and Education Summit Friday, April 8, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM (MST) Florence Community Center – 778 N. Main Street, Florence , AZ 85132 Registration and lunch are free, RSVP here. 07:30 08:00 Registration and networking breakfast Welcome and Introductions […]

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Coolidge tells Casa Grande to pay fair share for transit expansion

Coolidge tells Casa Grande to pay fair share for transit expansion

Coolidge tells Casa Grande to pay fair share for transit expansion By Robby Gal and Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Initial results from a regional transit survey show a desire to expand operations in Casa Grande. However, Coolidge officials say Casa Grande officials have shown little […]

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405 acres in Casa Grande rezoned to attract businesses

405 acres in Casa Grande rezoned to attract businesses

405 acres in Casa Grande rezoned to attract businesses City hopes move spurs industrial development By Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch The City Council has approved rezoning three parcels of land on the west side of town to invite new industrial development. A total of 405 […]

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Pinal County attorney tells board to keep its hands off his budget

Pinal County attorney tells board to keep its hands off his budget

Pinal County attorney tells board to keep its hands off his budget By Brian Wright | Casa Grande Dispatch Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles thinks his department should be spared from across-the-board budget cuts because of its public-safety mission. Talk of additional budget cuts has dominated recent […]

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US home sales slump in Feb.; Pinal results mixed

US home sales slump in Feb.; Pinal results mixed

US home sales slump in Feb.; Pinal results mixed Casa Grande Dispatch Americans retreated from home-buying in February, reversing months of prior gains as low inventories pushed up prices to levels that restrict sales. In Pinal County the monthly results were more mixed. The National Association of […]

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US officials plan environmental study of proposed new Arizona mine

US officials plan environmental study of proposed new Arizona mine

US officials plan environmental study of proposed new Arizona mine ABC15 Federal officials say they will prepare an environmental impact statement on a proposed new copper mine and a related land swap in Arizona, a project that has stirred concerns over environmental and cultural concerns. The Tonto […]

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Interest from big manufacturers fuels economic growth in San Tan Valley, Pinal County

Interest from big manufacturers fuels economic growth in San Tan Valley, Pinal County

Interest from big manufacturers fuels economic growth in San Tan Valley, Pinal County By Wendy Miller | Queen Creek/San Tan Valley Indepdendent Economic development in Pinal County is on the rise, according to Pinal County Economic Development Manager Tim Kanavel. “We’ve increased quite a bit,” Mr. Kanavel […]

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Harold Christ, President & CEO:
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602-459-5265

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