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City Manager Selects Dale Wiebusch as Intergovernmental Affairs Director

City Manager Selects Dale Wiebusch as Intergovernmental Affairs Director

City Manager Selects Dale Wiebusch as Intergovernmental Affairs Director (NEWS RELEASE) Following a nationwide search and recruitment effort, City Manager Gregory Rose selected Dale Wiebusch as the Intergovernmental Affairs Director for the City of Maricopa. Starting on November 14, 2016, Mr. Wiebusch will coordinates the City’s legislative […]

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Town plans permanent traffic signal at Hunt Hwy. and Attaway Road

Town plans permanent traffic signal at Hunt Hwy. and Attaway Road

Town plans permanent traffic signal at Hunt Hwy. and Attaway Road by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune A temporary stoplight, operating for the last several months at Hunt Highway and Attaway Road, is set to be replaced by a permanent light by the end […]

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Dwelling in the land east of Eloy

Dwelling in the land east of Eloy

Dwelling in the land east of Eloy Youth Haven Ranch has long served children by Joey Chenoweth | The Eloy Enterprise Out in the desert east of Eloy, between a cemetery and a cotton farm, lies a secret. Few locals — to the extent there are locals […]

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Police employee policies in debate

Police employee policies in debate

Police employee policies in debate Chief’s job could be made ‘at-will’ position by Tanner Clinch | The Eloy Enterprise Indecision over employee policies and guidelines at Monday’s Eloy City Council meeting lead to a split vote over residency requirements of sworn officers and making the police chief’s […]

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Public weighs in on proposed Marana airport plan

Public weighs in on proposed Marana airport plan

Public weighs in on proposed Marana airport plan by Angelique Lizarde | News 4 Tucson Residents in Marana gathered at the Marana Regional Airport to weigh in on the airports proposed master plan process, as it nears completion. “This is actually an ADOT funded only master plan, a […]

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Opposition continues to proposed Pinal regional park; organizations and elected officials chime in with support

Opposition continues to proposed Pinal regional park; organizations and elected officials chime in with support

Opposition continues to proposed Pinal regional park; organizations and elected officials chime in with support by David Yankus | Casa Grande Dispatch The public comment period on the Palo Verde Regional Park draft master plan and preferred alternative ends Nov. 10, and the increasingly controversial park continues […]

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Developers looking to build in Casa Grande’s Villago area

Developers looking to build in Casa Grande’s Villago area

Developers looking to build in Casa Grande’s Villago area by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Developers are in the process of building more housing in the Villago neighborhood. Communities Southwest, based in Scottsdale, owns about 1,200 acres surrounding the existing Villago subdivision, located near Pinal Avenue […]

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Water treatment plant named for Superstition area

Water treatment plant named for Superstition area

Water treatment plant named for Superstition area by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Indepedent Superstition Area Water Plant. That’s the name a majority of water customers chose for the $9 million Central Arizona Project water treatment plant constructed in Apache Junction. The project on Ironwood […]

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Economic rebound helps Mesa freeway project get back on track

Economic rebound helps Mesa freeway project get back on track

Economic rebound helps Mesa freeway project get back on track by Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune A rebound in the economy eventually will help East Valley commuters avoid traffic congestion, with higher sales tax revenues paying for a three-mile expansion of State Route 24, also known […]

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New Eloy City Hall: Key question still unanswered

New Eloy City Hall: Key question still unanswered

New Eloy City Hall: Key question still unanswered Up to $8 million needed, but source a baffling matter by Tanner Clinch | The Eloy Enterprise Following the painstaking decision process to choose the architect, engineer and construction managers for the roughly $7 million to $8 million new […]

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