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Apache Trail redevelopment: Opinions sought on continuing revitalization efforts

Apache Trail redevelopment: Opinions sought on continuing revitalization efforts

Apache Trail redevelopment: Opinions sought on continuing revitalization efforts by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent The city of Apache Junction is holding a public hearing Tuesday to discuss the reaffirmation of the Apache Trail Redevelopment Area, which was originally designated in September 2012. While […]

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OPINION: Apache Junction is ready for development to the south

OPINION: Apache Junction is ready for development to the south

OPINION: Apache Junction is ready for development to the south Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent In light of recent reports regarding the open land south of Apache Junction, it is important to know that we are ready. The East Valley Tribune recently published a story on the Superstition […]

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14 Steps Toward a Sustainable Future in Your Neighborhood

14 Steps Toward a Sustainable Future in Your Neighborhood [NEWS RELEASE] The city of Apache Junction has developed 14 projects for residents to promote sustainable efforts as part of a wider community effort. The 14 project ideas were developed under the Strong Sustainable Community Initiative that encourages […]

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‘Breakfast with the Mayor’ held at Hacker’s Grill in Apache Junction

‘Breakfast with the Mayor’ held at Hacker’s Grill in Apache Junction by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Area residents who attended the Breakfast with the Mayor at 8 a.m. July 14 at Hacker’s Grill, 310 N. Plaza Drive, could ask questions of the mayor, […]

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Apache Junction City Council decides oleanders should not be restricted near horses

Apache Junction City Council decides oleanders should not be restricted near horses

Apache Junction City Council decides oleanders should not be restricted near horses by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent The chairman of the Superstition Horsemen’s Association is disappointed after the Apache Junction City Council voted 5-2 to stop pursuing an ordinance that would restrict oleanders […]

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Superstition Fire and Medical District to vote on $20 million budget

Superstition Fire and Medical District to vote on $20 million budget by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Fire district officials vote this week on a $20,424,626.06 revenue and expenditure budget for 2017-18 that includes an override approved by voters for a 25 cents per […]

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City manager, attorney contracts approved by Apache Junction City Council

City manager, attorney contracts approved by Apache Junction City Council

City manager, attorney contracts approved by Apache Junction City Council by Apache Junction Independent The Apache Junction City Council at a meeting June 20 voted 7-0 in a consent agenda to approve employment agreements with City Manager Bryant Powell and City Attorney Joel Stern. The agreements can […]

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Fire district may enter Joint Powers Authority with non-profit organization

Fire district may enter Joint Powers Authority with non-profit organization by Apache Junction Independent The Superstition Fire and Medical District Governing Board is slated to discuss at a work session today starting a Joint Powers Authority or JPA. “Arizona Revised Statutes 11-952 allows public entities to enter […]

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Apache Junction subdivision regulations to be updated; next meeting July 25

Apache Junction subdivision regulations to be updated; next meeting July 25 by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Apache Junction residents can assist with an update of the city’s 35-year-old subdivision requirements by attending a meeting later this month. The Apache Junction Planning and Zoning […]

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NAI Horizon brokers $34M deal for Apache Junction RV park

NAI Horizon brokers $34M deal for Apache Junction RV park

NAI Horizon brokers $34M deal for Apache Junction RV park by AZRE The largest recreational vehicle park in Apache Junction, Ariz. – Lost Dutchman RV Resort – was recently sold by NAI Horizon for $34 million ($46,575 per space).  Russ and Andrew Warner of NAI Horizon’s Manufactured […]

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