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Pinal lawmakers: Widen I-10 before talking about an I-11

Pinal lawmakers: Widen I-10 before talking about an I-11

Pinal lawmakers: Widen I-10 before talking about an I-11 by Kevin Reagan | Maricopa Monitor State lawmakers and a U.S. congressman say they’re apprehensive about building a new freeway that could cut through a section of their district in central Arizona. The Arizona Department of Transportation has […]

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Florence Copper mine wells may violate zoning

Florence Copper mine wells may violate zoning

Florence Copper mine wells may violate zoning by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune Attorneys representing the town of Florence will investigate and possibly take legal action against Florence Copper for installing two new monitoring wells beyond its state land boundary. The town has refused […]

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Tamatha Villar sworn in as police chief for Hayden, Mammoth

Tamatha Villar sworn in as police chief for Hayden, Mammoth by Jennifer Carnes | CopperArea Tamatha “Tami” Villar has come home. Oh, sure. She has never lived in the Copper Corridor. But this is home for her. On June 1, she officially took her place at the […]

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Council approves new manager contract

Council approves new manager contract by Brad Allis | Marana News The Marana Town Council offered Marana Town Manager Gilbert Davidson a new two-year contract that will keep him on board at least through the 2019 fiscal year. The council voted 5-1 on the new deal, with […]

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Pinal assessor’s office launches new parcel viewer

Pinal assessor’s office launches new parcel viewer

Pinal assessor’s office launches new parcel viewer by Queen Creek Independent Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf officially launched a new comprehensive online parcel viewer to access Pinal County property assessment information by property owners, realtors, title companies, other county business partners and the general public, according to […]

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Council approves town’s budget for fiscal year 2017-18

Council approves town’s budget for fiscal year 2017-18 by Queen Creek Independent At their June 7 meeting, members of the Queen Creek Town Council in a split vote approved a budget of $213.1 million for the 2017-18 fiscal year which begins on July 1. Voting in favor […]

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Appeals court upholds tribes’ claim in dispute over Gila River water

Appeals court upholds tribes’ claim in dispute over Gila River water

Appeals court upholds tribes’ claim in dispute over Gila River water by Ben Moffat | Cronkite News A federal appeals court Tuesday agreed with two tribes who challenged a Freeport Minerals plan to divert water from the Gila River, saying the company had failed to show that […]

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Bribery indictments lead to review of Johnson Utilities rates

Bribery indictments lead to review of Johnson Utilities rates by Ryan Randazzo | The Republic In the wake of bribery indictments involving its former chairman, the Arizona Corporation Commission on Tuesday ordered a review of Johnson Utilities rates and operations. The five-member commission ordered a separate inquiry […]

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Former Maricopa council member to run for Legislature

Former Maricopa council member to run for Legislature

Former Maricopa council member to run for Legislature by Bethany Blundell | Arizona City Independent Bridger Kimball recently filed paperwork with the Arizona Secretary of State’s office and will run for a seat in the Arizona House of Representatives. The former Maricopa city council member said he […]

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No hike in tentative Pinal budget

No tax hike in tentative Pinal budget by Kelly Fisher | Arizona City Independent The Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved a tentative fiscal year budget at its meeting Wednesday, though further examination will eventually lead to a final budget — and even a possible resolution amendment […]

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