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Archive for May 2016

Florence to spend almost all Prop. 123 money on raises

Florence to spend almost all Prop. 123 money on raises MARK COWLING | Casa Grande Dispatch FLORENCE — Pinal County’s largest school district will use its Proposition 123 money to give staff raises. The Florence Unified School District Governing Board held a special meeting Monday to approve […]

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Pinal golf course closes to save water

Pinal golf course closes to save water By JIAHUI JIA Cronkite News SAN TAN VALLEY — The Arizona drought is affecting businesses and homeowners, who are urged to take measures to save water. The water level for Lake Mead is a key indicator of how much the […]

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Number of Central Arizona College grads rising

Number of Central Arizona College grads rising By RODNEY HAAS Staff Writer | Casa Grande Dispatch SIGNAL PEAK — Central Arizona College saw its highest number of graduates in six years as 600 students left “The Green” of the Signal Peak Campus with a degree or certificate. […]

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Construction in northern Pinal booms

Construction in northern Pinal booms Home starts across county up 35% in 1st quarter of this year By BRIANNA BRADLEY | Casa Grande Dispatch FLORENCE — Housing construction has boomed in the last year in northern Pinal County, but that has also contributed to rising housing prices […]

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Resignation penalty riles Casa Grande teachers

Resignation penalty riles CG teachers By KEVIN REAGAN | Casa Grande Dispatch CASA GRANDE — Some teachers in the Casa Grande Union High School District were not expecting to pay $2,000 in liquidated damages when they resigned near the end of this school year. The potential penalty […]

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City takes wary budget approach

City takes wary budget approach BY ROBBY GAL | Coolidge Examiner With an estimated FY 16-17 budget just shy of $40 million, the Coolidge City Council reviewed where the City looks good and also where it is looking more bleak. Lisa Panella, City finance director, took council […]

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You’re Invited: tour downtown Eloy

You’re Invited: tour downtown Eloy From the Eloy Chamber of Commerce The Eloy Chamber of Commerce and the City of Eloy’s Community Development Department cordially invite you to join us on a walking tour of the existing vacant buildings and vacant lots that front on both sides of Main Street […]

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Prices of sold Pinal County homes skyrocket over past month

Prices of sold Pinal County homes skyrocket over past month Arizona City Independent The average price of homes sold in Pinal County last month increased by about $10,000 from the previous month, according to month-to-month data. Despite the sharp increase, the number of existing homes sold in […]

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Fire district board questions lack of raises

Fire district board questions lack of raises By MARY MULL Arizona City Independent ARIZONA CITY – The Arizona City Fire District governing board has approved a proposed 5 percent increase for next year’s firefighter budget, but questioned the lack of raises for staff in light of the […]

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Business owner takes chamber to court

Business owner takes chamber to court By ADAM GAUB, Managing Editor @agaub After weeks of fruitless back-and-forth, Home Is Where the Hound Is owner Kimberly Diedrich has filed a legal complaint against the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce, claiming the chamber is blocking her ability to access meeting […]

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