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Archive for June 2017

Apache Junction Names Veteran South Dakota Leader to Public Works Post

Apache Junction Names Veteran South Dakota Leader to Public Works Post [NEWS RELEASE]  The city of Apache Junction has named Michael Wever, PE, as its new director of Public Works, effective July 10. Wever comes to Apache Junction with nearly 30 years of experience with the city […]

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Superstition Mountain Museum earns excellence award from Tripadvisor

Superstition Mountain Museum earns excellence award from Tripadvisor

Superstition Mountain Museum earns excellence award from Tripadvisor by Betty Swanson | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent The board of the Superstition Mountain Historical Society and staff of the Superstition Mountain Museum are proud to announce that the museum has been recognized with a 2017 Certificate of Excellence […]

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Johnson Utilities reports high level of nitrate in drinking water

Johnson Utilities reports high level of nitrate in drinking water Casa Grande Dispatch Johnson Utilities announced Wednesday that its drinking water has tested above the maximum level of nitrate. In a press release, the San Tan Valley utility company said it received lab results on Tuesday that […]

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Backers of referendum against APEX Motor Club sue Maricopa

Backers of referendum against APEX Motor Club sue Maricopa

Backers of referendum against APEX Motor Club sue Maricopa by Joey Chenoweth | Maricopa Monitor An organization seeking a referendum on a potential new motor sports park in Maricopa has filed a lawsuit against developers and Maricopa staff and elected officials in an effort to get the […]

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Bump in home prices means more revenue for city while tax rates shrink

Bump in home prices means more revenue for city while tax rates shrink by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Home values are on the rise in Maricopa, signaling more revenue gains for the city despite lower property taxes. The Maricopa City Council passed the 2017-18 operating budget June […]

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Anticipating growth, Global Water plans to expand wastewater plant

Anticipating growth, Global Water plans to expand wastewater plant

Anticipating growth, Global Water plans to expand wastewater plant by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Maricopa City Council will hold a public hearing in August on the rezoning request for a parcel of land to allow a local water utility to expand. In the past month, Global Water […]

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Work to restore a historic sign begins

Work to restore a historic sign begins by Melissa St. Aude | Tri-Valley Dispatch A neon sign that was once a beacon for tired motorists and area residents has begun a journey toward restoration. On Tuesday, June 13, the Sunset Court motel’s neon sign was loaded onto […]

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Casa Grande council balks at condemnation, but sewer project moves forward

Casa Grande council balks at condemnation, but sewer project moves forward by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch The Casa Grande City Council’s message Monday night was loud and clear: We don’t want to take people’s property by force. The council balked at the idea of condemning […]

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Coolidge council member’s address comes under question

Coolidge council member’s address comes under question

Coolidge council member’s address comes under question by Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner Monday night’s city council meeting raised more than a few concerns about the address of one of its members. During the call to the public, Stacey Humphreys, owner of Momma Juggs bar in Coolidge, […]

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62 People killed on Pinal roadways in ’16

62 People killed on Pinal roadways in ’16 by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch New data released by traffic officials show that 62 people were killed on Pinal County roadways last year. Coincidentally, there were 62 deaths in 2015 as well, according to a report recently […]

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