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I-11 project could put Pinal in center of ‘megapolitan’

I-11 project could put Pinal in center of ‘megapolitan’

I-11 project could put Pinal in center of ‘megapolitan’ By Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch The term “megapolitan” sounds like the name for an ancient creature profiled on the Discovery Channel. Ironically, it’s the word that may define the future of Arizona, especially in light of […]

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Eloy leaders point to prisons as reason for population loss

Eloy leaders point to prisons as reason for population loss

Eloy leaders point to prisons as reason for population loss By David Yankus | Eloy Enterprise City leaders are blaming the local private prisons for a recent population decline recorded for Eloy. But that’s because of the fluctuating number of inmates, not any negative perception of the […]

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Downtown Apache Junction Park Concepts – Inviting Public Input

Downtown Apache Junction Park Concepts – Inviting Public Input

Downtown Apache Junction Park Concepts – Inviting Public Input On Wednesday, August 5, 2015, the Parks and Recreation Commission will be seeing the initial concepts for a public gathering space planned for the heart of Apache Junction’s downtown. The public is invited to come out to see […]

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Oracle business community targets SCIP electric utility as impediment to economic development

Oracle business community targets SCIP electric utility as impediment to economic development

Oracle business community targets SCIP electric utility as impediment to economic development By James J. Hodl | Copper Area News More power to the people? Not necessarily if you live in southern Pinal County around the towns of Oracle and Mammoth and your local electricity provider is […]

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Eloy officials optimistic about city’s future growth

Eloy officials optimistic about city’s future growth

Eloy officials optimistic about city’s future growth By David Yankus | Eloy Enterprise Community leaders in Pinal County say more collaboration between cities is necessary for surviving financial and infrastructure troubles. Pinal Partnership hosted a panel June 12 at The Property Conference Center in Casa Grande with […]

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Coolidge airport gets $150K grant

Coolidge airport gets $150K grant

Coolidge airport gets $150K grant Coolidge Municipal Airport will receive a $150,000 federal grant for rehabilitation of more than 2,000 feet of taxiway pavement. The project comes from $970,000 in critical transportation grants for rural airports in Gila, Graham and Pinal counties, announced by U.S. Rep. Ann […]

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Grant sought for Kortsen interchange

Grant sought for Kortsen interchange

Grant sought for Kortsen interchange Casa Grande Dispatch Arizona’s congressional delegation has written letters to U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx urging his agency to approve grants that would fund an Interstate 10 interchange at Kortsen Road and improvements to the railroad crossing on Arizona 347 in Maricopa. […]

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Mayor’s Corner: Businesses are good for Kearny

Mayor’s Corner: Businesses are good for Kearny

Mayor’s Corner: Businesses are good for Kearny Mayor, Town of Kearny Norm’s Hometown IGA is a big plus for Kearny and the whole Copper Basin. It follows upon the revitalized NAPA store and the increased presence of the Family Dollar. These businesses are good for us because […]

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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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Apache Junction, Queen Creek leaders plan to hold joint meeting

Apache Junction, Queen Creek leaders plan to hold joint meeting

Apache Junction, Queen Creek leaders plan to hold joint meeting by Wendy Miller | Apache Juntion/Gold Canyon Independent The Apache Junction City Council has invited its counterparts in the town of Queen Creek to hold a joint meeting later this summer to discuss events that could impact […]

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