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Oracle State Park, north of Tucson, could get a $4 million makeover

Oracle State Park, north of Tucson, could get a $4 million makeover

Oracle State Park, north of Tucson, could get a $4 million makeover by Doug Kreutz | Arizona Daily Star Oracle State Park — currently open only for day use — could get a $4 million makeover aimed at making it an overnight destination with rental cabins, recreational […]

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City Council gives blessing to bed and breakfast in Eloy

City Council gives blessing to bed and breakfast in Eloy

City Council gives blessing to bed and breakfast in Eloy by Caela Fox | The Eloy Enterprise Three of the four items up for discussion at Monday’s City Council meeting related to a resident who wants to bring a bed and breakfast to Eloy. Victor Granado wants […]

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County assessor to meet with Arizona City residents

County assessor to meet with Arizona City residents Arizona City Independent Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf will be the next guest at Sessions with the Supervisor in Arizona City. The next “Sessions” will take place at the Arizona City Fire District, 14022 S. Sunland Gin Road, on […]

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Officials at Pinal Partnership January event say ‘hard work begins’ on new Pinal road projects

Officials at Pinal Partnership January event say ‘hard work begins’ on new Pinal road projects

Officials at Pinal Partnership January event say ‘hard work begins’ on new Pinal road projects by Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch Roads were on the top of everyone’s minds at the Pinal Partnership’s monthly breakfast. County Manager Greg Stanley and Andrew Smith, the principal transportation planner […]

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Pinal Partnership February Breakfast: Housing boom for Pinal?

Pinal Partnership February Breakfast: Housing boom for Pinal?

Pinal Partnership February Breakfast: Housing boom for Pinal? Last year we talked jobs and roads extensively – now it’s time to talk housing. We lined up a panel of active homebuilders to discuss the latest news in the Pinal County housing market. Please join us on Friday, […]

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90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility planned for Tomahawk and Baseline at P&Z Jan. 23

90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility planned for Tomahawk and Baseline at P&Z Jan. 23

90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility planned for Tomahawk and Baseline at P&Z Jan. 23 by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Rezoning an 8-acre property to allow the construction of a 90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility just north of the northwest corner of South Tomahawk Road and […]

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Safeway, first major shopping center coming to Eastmark in Mesa

Safeway, first major shopping center coming to Eastmark in Mesa

Safeway, first major shopping center coming to Eastmark in Mesa by Lily Altavena | The Republic Mesa’s Eastmark community is getting its first ever shopping center, which will be anchored by a Safeway. Evergreen Development announced Thursday that it bought 10.6 acres of land at Signal Butte and Warner […]

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Vote San Tan Valley’s finance report shows large in-kind donations

Vote San Tan Valley’s finance report shows large in-kind donations

Vote San Tan Valley’s finance report shows large in-kind donations by Jake Kincaid | San Tan Sentinel The fourth-quarter campaign finance report for the Vote San Tan Valley political action committee shows more spending than previous reports and a significant in-kind donations of goods and services that […]

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New San Tan Valley PAC aims to change incorporation map

New San Tan Valley PAC aims to change incorporation map by Jake Kincaid | San Tan Sentinel A new political action committee, San Tan Valley Citizens for Responsible Growth, has formed to take on the incorporation movement and the PAC leading it, Vote San Tan Valley. While […]

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Marana, Oro Valley discuss economic future in joint council session

Marana, Oro Valley discuss economic future in joint council session

Marana, Oro Valley discuss economic future in joint council session by Logan Burtch-Buus | Marana News When Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath was first elected to office in 2010, he said one of his first phone calls was to his counterpart in the Town of Marana, Ed […]

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