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Mesa creates redevelopment zones to reverse blight

Mesa creates redevelopment zones to reverse blight by Wayne Schutsky | East Valley Tribune In its latest efforts to redevelop land surrounding the city’s downtown core, the Mesa City Council took a significant step toward creating the East and West Redevelopment Areas that would give the city […]

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City lawyers allege resident was paid to file suit over Apex

City lawyers allege resident was paid to file suit over Apex

City lawyers allege resident was paid to file suit over Apex by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Players in a high-profile case against the City of Maricopa presented arguments Monday in a Pinal County courtroom, during which it was alleged by the defense that the plaintiff was paid […]

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Pinal County leaders talk need for Prop 416 and 417

Pinal County leaders talk need for Prop 416 and 417

Pinal County leaders talk need for Prop 416 and 417 by Callan Smith | Rose Law Group Reporter A large breakfast crowd gathered at a Pinal Partnership event in Gold Canyon Friday where Pinal County officials came together to talk transportation and the half-cent sales tax that will […]

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CAVIT sees spike in student population

CAVIT sees spike in student population

CAVIT sees spike in student population by Rofida Khairalla | Casa Grande Dispatch The popularity of CAVIT’s nursing program has led to a dramatic increase in the center’s student population, officials say. The Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology reported Wednesday an increased enrollment of 250 students […]

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New Fry’s Marketplace wine and beer bar explained to Apache Junction City Council

New Fry’s Marketplace wine and beer bar explained to Apache Junction City Council by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Customers at Fry’s Marketplace No. 665, under construction at 150 E. Old West Highway in Apache Junction, can buy a plate of cheese and sit […]

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ADOT: Nine SR 347 traffic camera now available through AZ511.gov

ADOT: Nine SR 347 traffic camera now available through AZ511.gov

 ADOT: Nine SR 347 traffic camera now available through AZ511.gov Addition helps City of Maricopa travelers see conditions in real time [NEWS RELEASE] Cameras the Arizona Department of Transportation uses to monitor State Route 347 traffic between the city of Maricopa and Interstate 10 now allow drivers […]

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A decade later, no ‘pressing need’ for Red Rock rail facility, railroad says

A decade later, no ‘pressing need’ for Red Rock rail facility, railroad says Union Pacific, Arizona State Land Dept. looking to cut costs for Pinal County project by Phil Riske | Rose Law Group Reporter Is a switching yard rail project that promised a tremendous economic boost […]

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Maricopa shelves idea of buying water company

Maricopa shelves idea of buying water company

Maricopa shelves idea of buying water company by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor Global Water is not for sale. That was the response Ron Fleming, president and CEO of the company, gave to the Maricopa City Council after listening to a presentation about the city’s interest in […]

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Casa Grande council ‘absolutely’ approves Dreamport agreement

Casa Grande council ‘absolutely’ approves Dreamport agreement

Casa Grande council ‘absolutely’ approves Dreamport agreement by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch The Casa Grande City Council expressed optimism as it gave final approval for a development agreement meant to spur construction of an amusement park. The council already had issued initial approval for giving […]

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After 9 years on the job, Marana town manager looks back

After 9 years on the job, Marana town manager looks back by Danyelle Khmara | Marana News Marana Town Manager Gilbert Davidson loved growing up in small, rural Willcox. He learned what it means to really know your neighbors and be a part of a community, solving […]

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