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Satellite office for Pinal County Superior Court Opens in San Tan Valley

Satellite office for Pinal County Superior Court Opens in San Tan Valley

Satellite office for Pinal County Superior Court Opens in San Tan Valley SanTanValley.com In order to better serve the needs of the citizens of Pinal County, the residents of San Tan Valley and the surrounding communities, Pinal County Clerk of the Superior Court, Amanda Stanford, is pleased […]

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Tax rates lower in new city budget

Tax rates lower in new city budget

Tax rates lower in new city budget by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa In a late-night push the Maricopa City Council passed the first draft of the city’s 2017-18 budget Tuesday, including a decrease in taxes. After a lengthy presentation by city manager Gregory Rose and an intricate […]

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Road improvements top priority in Queen Creek

Road improvements top priority in Queen Creek by Mallory Moore | ABC15 Road improvements are a top priority in Queen Creek right now, but this could mean some short-term congestion for drivers. Crews recently completed work on Pima Road, so there is now a direct connection to […]

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Marana approves controversial rezoning for 178-home development

Marana approves controversial rezoning for 178-home development

Marana approves controversial rezoning for 178-home development by Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star The land holding the historic Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch is slated to become a 178-home subdivision, after the Marana Town Council approved a rezoning by a 4-2 vote Tuesday night. Mayor Ed […]

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With Smith vying for Congress, Leach aims for state Senate

With Smith vying for Congress, Leach aims for state Senate by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch Another Arizona representative with ties to Pinal County officially announced plans to run for office this week. Rep. Vince Leach, R-Saddlebrooke, whose district encompasses a portion of western and southern […]

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Planning commissioners approve drive-through lanes for new bank, extends plat extension for Picket Post subdivision

Planning commissioners approve drive-through lanes for new bank, extends plat extension for Picket Post subdivision

Planning commissioners approve drive-through lanes for new bank, extends plat extension for Picket Post subdivision by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent Two proposed developments — one commercial, the other residential — received the go-ahead May 10 to move forward from the Queen Creek Planning and Zoning […]

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Kearny hires Police Chief

Kearny hires Police Chief by Mila Besich-Lira | CopperArea The Kearny Town Council has voted to hire Joseph Turitto as the new Police Chief for Kearny. His title will be official and the job will begin once the background check is approved, expected to be in the […]

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Ak-Chin to test water rights in court

Ak-Chin to test water rights in court by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Ak-Chin Indian Community is taking the Central Arizona Water Conservation District to court after the authority said it would begin denying the tribe access to water guaranteed to them by federal mandate. Ak-Chin filed […]

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Casa Grande may start own ambulance service

Casa Grande may start own ambulance service by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch The City Council has taken the first step toward operating the city’s own ambulance service. Monday council members approved a contract with a third party to evaluate whether the Fire Department would be […]

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Residents split on whether to continue fighting Florence Copper

Residents split on whether to continue fighting Florence Copper

Residents split on whether to continue fighting Florence Copper by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune In the call to the public at Monday’s Florence Town Council meeting, citizens spoke both for and against the town continuing its expensive legal battle against Florence Copper. Douglas […]

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