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City of Coolidge City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

City of Coolidge City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

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Coolidge Chamber of Commerce endorses home rule option

Coolidge Chamber of Commerce endorses home rule option

Coolidge Chamber of Commerce endorses home rule option By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner With ballots being mailed out to Coolidge voters on July 31, residents will have to begin deciding whether to continue the city’s home rule option for another four years. Proposition 404, which will […]

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A look at the new Artisan Village of Coolidge

A look at the new Artisan Village of Coolidge

A look at the new Artisan Village of Coolidge By Andrew Luberda | Southeast Valley Ledger      How do you make something old and seemingly abandoned useful again, take a once-thriving school and give it new life? A study team made up of members from the Coolidge Economic […]

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$3.5 million from Casa Grande Ruins tourism in Coolidge area

$3.5 million from Casa Grande Ruins tourism in Coolidge area

$3.5 million from Ruins tourism in Coolidge area Tourism at Casa Grande Ruins at Coolidge resulted in spending of more than $3.5M in surrounding communities, reports a new study released Friday by the National Park Service. Additionally, the popular tourist attraction, which hosted more than 65,000 visitors […]

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Coolidge Airport at a power ‘crossroads’

Coolidge Airport at a power ‘crossroads’

Coolidge Airport at a power ‘crossroads’ By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner The Coolidge City Council was once again briefed on what is happening at the Coolidge Airport, and once again the news they heard was presented with a side of worry and a big price tag. […]

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Coolidge council passes budget

Coolidge council passes budget

Coolidge council passes budget By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner After a cycle in 2013 where heated arguments over budgets and taxes set the tone for many study sessions and meetings, this year has been much more agreeable as the Coolidge City Council passed the budget for […]

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Election warehouse opens in Coolidge

Election warehouse opens in Coolidge

Election warehouse opens in Coolidge By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner The public got their first look during an open house on June 18 at a newly renovated county building in Coolidge that, in a very short time, has been made capable of handling elections. Located on […]

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Coolidge Council approves general plan

Coolidge Council approves general plan

Coolidge Council approves general plan By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner After more than 18 months of work, the 2025 Coolidge General Plan has finally been complete, and barring changes from the state, is now ready to be put up for vote by the public. The Coolidge […]

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Area cities put focus on preserving history

Area cities put focus on preserving history

Area cities put focus on preserving history By Daniel Dullum | Florence Reminder Bob Flatley, Coolidge city manager, had more than a few words of advice when his turn to speak came up during a panel discussion on historic preservation as part of Pinal Partnership’s monthly breakfast […]

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Coolidge to benefit from parachute deal

Coolidge to benefit from parachute deal

Coolidge to benefit from parachute deal By Fatima Hussein | Dayton Beach News Journal West Volusia manufacturer of parachutes has landed a $21.7 million training contract from the U.S. Marines. The contract, announced by the U.S. Department of Defense, calls for DeLand-based Complete Parachute Solutions to provide […]

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