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Archive for September 2016

Pinal water management plan delayed continuously

Pinal water management plan delayed continuously

Pinal water management plan delayed continuously by Kevin Reagan | The Eloy Enterprise The Groundwater Users Advisory Council that represents the Pinal County region expressed concerns over continuous delays with adopting an updated management plan. The Arizona Department of Water Resources has drafted the fourth management plan […]

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PCSO issues hiring freeze across more departments

PCSO issues hiring freeze across more departments

PCSO issues hiring freeze across more departments by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office announced a second hiring freeze last week following a county budget cut announced in the spring. Outgoing Sheriff Paul Babeu said PCSO initiated a freeze last fiscal year, […]

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Council considers expansion of beer garden at city festivals

Council considers expansion of beer garden at city festivals

Council considers expansion of beer garden at city festivals by R. Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa City Council is considering an expansion of allocated space for beer sales and consumption at city festivals after hearing a proposal during their work session on Sept. 20. Special Events […]

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Maricopa Economic Development to get third-party help for new plan

Maricopa Economic Development to get third-party help for new plan

Maricopa Economic Development to get third-party help for new plan by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa City Council voted Tuesday to approve the use of a third-party economic development team in creating a new Economic Development Strategic Plan for $62,500. The council awarded the contract to […]

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Babeu, O’Halleran show clear divide on taxes

Babeu, O’Halleran show clear divide on taxes

Babeu, O’Halleran show clear divide on taxes Candidates debate how to manage gov’t funds by Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services The question of when to cut taxes pointed to the sharp division between the two contenders to replace Ann Kirkpatrick in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District. During […]

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Coolidge STEM program benefits agriculture

Coolidge STEM program benefits agriculture

Coolidge STEM program benefits agriculture by Robby Gal | Coolidge Examiner A presentation made to the Coolidge Unified School District Governing Board last week focused on the direction that the district is taking and the progress made as it relates to the third prong of the McKinstry […]

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Education the focus of Arizona City Chamber of Commerce’s September luncheon

Education the focus of Arizona City Chamber of Commerce’s September luncheon

Education the focus of Arizona City Chamber of Commerce’s September luncheon by Joey Chenoweth | Arizona City Independent While some districts are panicking over their walls literally caving in due to infrastructure crises, Toltec School District wants everyone to know that there is no such fear with […]

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Mud Run to bring the mess back to Maricopa

Mud Run to bring the mess back to Maricopa

Mud Run to bring the mess back to Maricopa by David Yankus | Copa Monitor The Maricopa Mud Run is back for 2016 and it’s only getting bigger – and muddier. The hills are higher, the obstacles are tougher, the water is deeper and the ziplines are […]

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Victorious Smith talks public works issues

Victorious Smith talks public works issues

Victorious Smith talks public works issues by Joey Chenoweth | Arizona City Independent Pinal County District 4 Supervisor Anthony Smith talked last week with residents about the benefits of working together to provide mutual support for common goals. Arizona City did their part in fulfilling the bargain, […]

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Apex Circuit Design creates tracks for Pinal County motorsports complex

Apex Circuit Design creates tracks for Pinal County motorsports complex

Apex Circuit Design creates tracks for Pinal County motorsports complex by AZRE Attesa, the 2,360-acre recreational motorsports destination being developed by Danrick Builders near Casa Grande, Arizona will feature two world-class road racing courses designed by the best circuit design company in the industry. Apex Circuit Design […]

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