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Pinal County communities dealing with transportation, growth issues while trying to keep historical feel

Pinal County communities dealing with transportation, growth issues while trying to keep historical feel

Pinal County communities dealing with transportation, growth issues while trying to keep historical feel by Melissa Johnson | Rose Law Group Reporter Revitalization and transportation were among the top priorities discussed at Friday’s Pinal Partnership monthly breakfast. City and town officials from Maricopa, Coolidge and Florence said […]

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Coolidge city manager’s office to go it alone in personnel cuts

Coolidge city manager’s office to go it alone in personnel cuts

Coolidge city manager’s office to go it alone in personnel cuts By Joey Chenowith | Coolidge Examiner An unexpected statement by the mayor has led the city staff to go back to the drawing board to accommodate the personnel requests of the Coolidge City Council. Mayor Jon […]

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Pinal Partnership June Breakfast: Eloy, Coolidge, Florence & Maricopa – Mayors – Vice Mayors!

Pinal Partnership June Breakfast: Eloy, Coolidge, Florence & Maricopa –  Mayors – Vice Mayors!

Pinal Partnership June Breakfast: Eloy, Coolidge, Florence & Maricopa –  Mayors – Vice Mayors! Don’t miss what will surely be a sell out as we have the Mayors – Vice Mayors of four of our great Pinal County Municipalities coming to give us the inside scoop on […]

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Citizen group supports Coolidge transit

Citizen group supports Coolidge transit

Citizen group supports Coolidge transit By Joey Chenworth | Coolidge Examiner A rumor had spread around town: The Coolidge City Council was contemplating the removal of the transit systems Cotton Express and Central Arizona Regional Transit. This rumor wasn’t quite true. As reported in The Coolidge Examiner […]

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Mayor Thompson: Coolidge moving forward despite challenges

Mayor Thompson: Coolidge moving forward despite challenges

Mayor Thompson: Coolidge moving forward despite challenges By Joey Chenworth | Coolidge Examiner Coolidge Mayor Jon Thompson had his inaugural trip to the podium to present the State of the City Address, and he took the time to lay out his vision for the short-term and long-term […]

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Coolidge’s Shope blames speaker for Legislature’s final night ‘absolute disaster’

Coolidge’s Shope blames speaker for Legislature’s final night ‘absolute disaster’

Coolidge’s Shope blames speaker for Legislature’s final night ‘absolute disaster’ By Hank Stephenson | Arizona Capitol Times Early in the morning of April 3, Senate President Andy Biggs decided he and the state Senate had waited long enough. He unilaterally pulled the plug on the legislative session. […]

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New Coolidge mayor ‘hit the nail on the head’ at town meeting

New Coolidge mayor ‘hit the nail on the head’ at town meeting

New Coolidge mayor ‘hit the nail on the head’ at town meeting By Robby Gal | Coolidge Examiner It wasn’t the turnout that new mayor Jon Thompson was hoping for, but he still led his first town hall as if the building was standing room only. The […]

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Coolidge council split on wisdom of transit system

Coolidge council split on wisdom of transit system

Coolidge council split on wisdom of transit system By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner A philosophical debate among members of the Coolidge City Council about the role of local government has transitioned into whether to continue offering public transportation. Assistant City Manager Jill Dusenberry presented the council, […]

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If the Casa Grande Ruins fell down

If the Casa Grande Ruins fell down

If the Casa Grande Ruins fell down Story and photo by Summer Pauli | Cronkite News The road into Casa Grande Ruins National Monument as well as the parking lot need repaving to address potholes, cracks and years of wear, but the project keeps getting pushed back […]

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Coolidge facing significant budget deficit

Coolidge facing significant budget deficit

Coolidge facing significant budget deficit By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner A lack of certainty over revenue streams and unexpected expenses has cast a cloud over the beginning of the budget cycle that will affect the City of Coolidge’s budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year. The directors […]

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