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Arizona warns developers: There may not be enough water to build in Pinal County

Arizona warns developers: There may not be enough water to build in Pinal County by Dustin Gardiner | The Republic Plans for a large master-planned community in Casa Grande have hit a major roadblock: The state of Arizona says there might not be enough water underground in aquifers to support the […]

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Residents urge town to keep up the fight against Florence Copper

Residents urge town to keep up the fight against Florence Copper

Residents urge town to keep up the fight against Florence Copper by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune Council members said the town will continue fighting to prevent the Florence Copper Project from operating, despite the recent dismissal of their federal appeals. “We’re not giving […]

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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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Water, water, everywhere – Pinal County liquid gold

Water, water, everywhere – Pinal County liquid gold

Water, water, everywhere – Pinal County liquid gold Governor Doug Ducey appointed a Water Task Force to come up with policy suggestions to improve our water situation into the next century and beyond – there is a lot of discussion about Pinal County! As you know, Pinal […]

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Florence Copper to proceed with mining after town’s appeal rejected

Florence Copper to proceed with mining after town’s appeal rejected

Florence Copper to proceed with mining after town’s appeal rejected by Joey Chenoweth | Casa Grande Dispatch After the latest in a line of legal victories, Florence Copper officials are ready to move forward with construction. The Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Appeals Board (EAB) on Friday denied […]

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Governor’s Office proposes major rewrite of water laws

Governor’s Office proposes major rewrite of water laws by Rachel Leingang | Arizona Capitol Times Gov. Doug Ducey’s office is pushing for a spate of changes aimed at altering water laws, from groundwater rules to audits of another public body. The proposed laws have already rankled some […]

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Tonto Forest approves LOST Trail reroute

Tonto Forest approves LOST Trail reroute

Tonto Forest approves LOST Trail reroute by Mila Besich-Lira | CopperArea The Legends of Superior Trails Inc. (LOST) organization received news on Monday, Sept. 18, that the re-route of the gateway connector trail between Superior and the Arizona Trail Picket Post Trail head was approved to be […]

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Pinal Partnership moves forward with Basin Study

Pinal Partnership moves forward with Basin Study by Pinal Partnership Pinal Partnership is pleased to announce that the Eloy and Maricopa-Stanfield Basin Study has been selected for funding by the Bureau of Reclamation.  Basin Studies are a 50/50 cost share program, wherein Reclamation partners with entities with […]

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Superior group to discuss Forest Service study on proposed mine

Superior group to discuss Forest Service study on proposed mine by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune The next meeting of the Superior Community Working Group (CWG) will be held Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 6 p.m. in the Superior Chamber of Commerce meeting room, 165 […]

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Marana investigating a solar future

Marana investigating a solar future by Danyelle Khmara | Marana News The Marana Town Council approved a resolution 5-2 to assess and possibly implement a solar-energy system that could save the town up to $5.7 million over 25 years. Since 2007, the cost of electric through Tucson […]

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