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Archive for November 2017

Florence RV residents object to setback changes

Florence RV residents object to setback changes by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune Residents of the town’s over-55 RV parks don’t want to be forced to meet new setback requirements on their lots, and attended the Town Council’s Nov. 20 meeting to show their […]

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2018 Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee Calendar Contest Winners Revealed!

2018 Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee Calendar Contest Winners Revealed!

2018 Pinal Partnership Open Space & Trails Committee Calendar Contest Winners Revealed! [NEWS RELEASE] LAST CHANCE for your business logo to be featured in this beautiful calendar as a funding sponsor! Interested? Contact Gina at 1earth@cox.net by this Friday DECEMBER 1ST!

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Council gives go ahead for general plan amendments

Council gives go ahead for general plan amendments by Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner Three resolutions designed to make the city of Coolidge more alluring to potential businesses seeking a new home were officially passed by the City Council during Monday’s meeting. The resolutions adopt three major […]

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Harrah’s begins moving casino floor as expansion continues

Harrah’s begins moving casino floor as expansion continues

Harrah’s begins moving casino floor as expansion continues by Melissa St. Aude | Maricopa Monitor Crews at Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino have begun the task of rolling out 1,089 slot machines from the gaming room floor to the resort’s new, 18,000-square-foot ballroom. The ballroom will serve as a […]

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Get tickets now for Florence Historic Home Tour

Get tickets now for Florence Historic Home Tour

Get tickets now for Florence Historic Home Tour AZRE Early Florence, Arizona was driven by the discovery of silver and supported by a strong agricultural base.  The resulting economic opportunities, born of a growing town, attracted a diverse population which is reflected in many of today’s Florence […]

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Council considers pay, title changes for city employees

Council considers pay, title changes for city employees by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor A recent study found that some Maricopa city employees may deserve more pay than they are currently receiving. The classification and compensation study was conducted by Segal Waters, a human resources and benefits […]

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13-year water dispute settled for land near Robson Ranch

13-year water dispute settled for land near Robson Ranch

13-year water dispute settled for land near Robson Ranch by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch If approved by state regulators, a 13-year dispute over a parcel of Pinal County land — and what water company services the area — could soon come to a close. But […]

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Ironwood Crossing files annexation application with town of Queen Creek

Ironwood Crossing files annexation application with town of Queen Creek Queen Creek Town Council to hold public hearing Dec. 6 regarding annexation by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek has scheduled a public hearing Dec. 6 to hear comments about the proposed […]

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Votes To Approve New Roads And Freeways In Pinal County Formally Approved

Votes To Approve New Roads And Freeways In Pinal County Formally Approved The vote tallies for Propositions 416 and 417 are now official. [NEWS RELEASE] The Pinal County Board of Supervisors canvassed the results at its November 15th meeting. 47,061 ballots were cast. Proposition 416 will create […]

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Eloy council moves ahead on airport master plan

Eloy council moves ahead on airport master plan

Eloy council moves ahead on airport master plan by Caela Fox | The Eloy Enterprise Discussion of the Eloy Municipal Airport Master Plan frustrated some City Council members during a special meeting last week. The work meeting began with a presentation by Community Development Director Jon Vlaming […]

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