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Apache Junction City Council updated on 41 projects, initiatives for fiscal year 2017-18

Apache Junction City Council updated on 41 projects, initiatives for fiscal year 2017-18 by Apache Junction Independent The traffic-calming roundabout to be installed at East Superstition Boulevard and State Route 88 is slated to be constructed in March. “I think the roundabout construction has been pushed past […]

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Fry’s opening new Apache Junction store; grand opening Oct. 27

Fry’s opening new Apache Junction store; grand opening Oct. 27 Apache Junction Independent Fry’s will celebrate the grand opening of its newest Marketplace Store at 150 E. Old West Highway in Apache Junction at 7 a.m. Friday, Oct. 27. Local dignitaries, community partners and Fry’s management will […]

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Queen Creek’s Town Center Plan Update focuses on Ellsworth Road corridor

Queen Creek’s Town Center Plan Update focuses on Ellsworth Road corridor

Queen Creek’s Town Center Plan Update focuses on Ellsworth Road corridor by Constance Halonen | Wilson Town of Queen Creek The future of Queen Creek’s Town Center is envisioned as a walkable, lively downtown that offers residents and visitors unique experiences. The Queen Creek Town Council approved […]

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Superstition Mountains ‘big draw’ for one developer, Pinal County says

Superstition Mountains ‘big draw’ for one developer, Pinal County says by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction Gold Canyon Independent A developer is in awe of the Superstition Mountains and is looking at having a facility in Apache Junction, a Pinal County economic development official said. “We […]

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Local businesses, organizations making progress

Local businesses, organizations making progress inMaricopa A proposed Denny’s received a commercial permit Sept. 6 as Halabu Development prepares to construct a 4,041-square-foot diner. The property is at 21195 N. John Wayne Parkway, near the southeast corner of the Smith-Enke Road intersection. The project is valued at […]

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Marana plans for decade of growth

Marana plans for decade of growth by Danyelle Khmara | Tucson Local Media The Marana Town Council will hold a public hearing and vote on whether to hike development impact fees on Tuesday, Nov. 7. The push for higher fees comes following the council’s approval of an […]

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Chamber members hear about development projects in Eloy

Chamber members hear about development projects in Eloy by Caela Fox | The Eloy Enterprise Economic development has been the topic of discussion at numerous gatherings throughout Pinal County and the Eloy Chamber Business Luncheon was no different. Over the last few months the big topic when […]

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On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation

On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation

On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Pinal County residents will have the opportunity to vote in November to approve a sales tax funding infrastructure improvements across the county. For Maricopa, it could mean several direct improvements […]

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When the desert gets developed, where does the water go?

When the desert gets developed, where does the water go? by Charlie Goff | special to the Independent Are you interested in local government efforts to promote and protect the public’s health, peace, safety, comfort, and convenience in the face of development? Could revision of the Pinal […]

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State of the City: Mayor calls for patience in economic development

State of the City: Mayor calls for patience in economic development

State of the City: Mayor calls for patience in economic development by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa Maricopa Mayor Christian Price delivered a speech Wednesday night urging residents to “be a little more patient” with the city’s efforts to improve and grow. Before his “overcoming obstacles” themed State […]

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