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Archive for December 2016

Casa Grande Fire Dept. seeking grants for specialized training

Casa Grande Fire Dept. seeking grants for specialized training

Casa Grande Fire Dept. seeking grants for specialized training by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch The Casa Grande Fire Department is seeking additional funding to train firefighters to handle high-risk incidents. The agency wants to train at least 12 of its members to become skilled in […]

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Lewis resigns from Coolidge City Council

Lewis resigns from Coolidge City Council

Lewis resigns from Coolidge City Council by Kelly Fisher | Coolidge Examiner Councilman Gary Lewis announced that he plans to resign from the city council to take a job with the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Maryland. “I have worked hard obtaining the education I need for […]

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Palo Verde Regional Park gets go-ahead

Palo Verde Regional Park gets go-ahead

Palo Verde Regional Park gets go-ahead by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch The Pinal County Board of Supervisors has approved a 30-year master plan to develop the controversial Palo Verde Regional Park, which garnered extensive public input — from both supporters and those in opposition — […]

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Even at half-price, Maricopa council says cost for two new cops too steep

Even at half-price, Maricopa council says cost for two new cops too steep

Even at half-price, Maricopa council says cost for two new cops too steep by Adam Gaub | Maricopa Monitor Following impassioned pleas from the public, a spirited case from the chief of police and much back-and-forth discussion, the Maricopa City Council decided Tuesday it couldn’t add two […]

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County board accepting applications for Shope’s replacement

County board accepting applications for Shope’s replacement

County board accepting applications for Shope’s replacement by Kelly Fisher | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune Pinal County has shed more light on the Board of Supervisors’ upcoming process of appointing a new justice of the peace to replace Tom Shope. Shope, who served over the Florence […]

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Rattlers to keep training camp in Maricopa

Rattlers to keep training camp in Maricopa

Rattlers to keep training camp in Maricopa by Adam Gaub | Maricopa Monitor After a one-year experiment with holding training camp in Maricopa, the Arizona Rattlers were pleased with the results and officially committed Tuesday night to coming back again for 2017. The team, which moved in […]

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Lucid announces another battery partnership, city moves ahead planning around project

Lucid announces another battery partnership, city moves ahead planning around project

Lucid announces another battery partnership, city moves ahead planning around project by Kevin Reagan | Pinal Central Lucid Motors announced this week a partnership with 2LG Chem to supply lithium-ion battery cells for the electric cars the company plans to build in Casa Grande. LG Chem, a […]

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EPA awards permit to Florence Copper

EPA awards permit to Florence Copper

EPA awards permit to Florence Copper by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune Florence Copper has received a permit from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the last of 19 approvals it needs to begin a one- or two-year small-scale test phase of its in-situ copper […]

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City staff look towards the future

City staff look towards the future

City staff look towards the future by Tanner Clinch | The Eloy Enterprise With a new city council coming up to the podium and a new year around the corner, Eloy city staff are looking forward to hitting the ground running, working on improving infrastructure and proactive […]

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Pinal County Experiences Robust Economic Growth in 2016

Pinal County Experiences Robust Economic Growth in 2016

Pinal County Experiences Robust Economic Growth in 2016 Outlook for 2017 shows banner year ahead for Pinal County     (NEWS RELEASE) As the calendar closes on 2016, this will be known as the year Pinal County evolved from a rural, sleepy area into a business juggernaut. Pinal […]

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