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Final cost of city hall project set at $9.9M

Final cost of city hall project set at $9.9M

Final cost of city hall project set at $9.9M by Caela Fox | The Eloy Enterprise The Eloy City Council received its last update on the new City Hall building and site design plans this week. When the council receives its next update it will be on […]

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Pinal Treasurer Michael McCord elected 3rd vice-president of Arizona Association of Counties

Pinal Treasurer Michael McCord elected 3rd vice-president of Arizona Association of Counties

Pinal Treasurer Michael McCord elected 3rd vice-president of Arizona Association of Counties by Apache Junction Independent Pinal County Treasurer Michael McCord is the new third vice-president for the Arizona Association of Counties. Elected in November, Mr. McCord has assumed the duties and is representing Pinal County on […]

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Florence spends $400K on streets and roads

Florence spends $400K on streets and roads by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune The town has spent $400,000 to maintain and improve its transportation network in this fiscal year, Town Manager Brent Billingsley reported to the Town Council Tuesday. This includes paving Florence Heights […]

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Mayor: Major changes await Coolidge in 2018

Mayor: Major changes await Coolidge in 2018

Mayor: Major changes await Coolidge in 2018 by Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner The new year may be a time to reflect on 2017 for some, but for Coolidge Mayor Jon Thompson the new year will be time to pinpoint and act on a gamut of changes […]

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Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Reduces Budget Deficit

Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Reduces Budget Deficit

Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Reduces Budget Deficit by Mariana Dale | KJZZ The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office reports it slashed a $1.8 million budget deficit by more than half in 2017. Sheriff Mark Lamb said balancing the budget was one of the top priorities when he took […]

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Casa Grande council to appoint interim judge, start search

Casa Grande council to appoint interim judge, start search by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch Public safety items greet the City Council for the first meeting of 2018. The council will appoint an interim judge and a judicial selection committee to fill the vacancy created by […]

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Pinal officials look toward 2018

Pinal officials look toward 2018

Pinal officials look toward 2018 by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch As the world prepares for the end of the year, area officials talked with PinalCentral on what goals and benchmarks residents can expect to see in 2018. T.J. Shope, State House, District 8: “We’re looking […]

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Governor’s water commission looks toward solutions

Governor’s water commission looks toward solutions by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch Pinal officials are taking part in a commission established by the governor to look toward solutions for the state’s water problems. Gov. Doug Ducey’s water solutions team met several times during 2017 to discuss […]

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Marana town council starts the month strong

Marana town council starts the month strong by Danyelle Khmara | Marana News The Marana Town Council was busy earlier this month. Here’s a few highlights from the Dec. 5 meeting. Town budget update Marana is launching an interactive display of the town budget online, starting with […]

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Former congressman touts tax bill to Pinal supervisors

Former congressman touts tax bill to Pinal supervisors

Former congressman touts tax bill to Pinal supervisors by Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch Things might seem dark in Washington DC these days, but according to lobbyists for the Pinal County Board of Supervisors, there is reason for hope. Former Congressman Jim Kolbe addressed the board […]

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