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BLM seeks public input for Sonoran Desert National Monument plan

BLM seeks public input for Sonoran Desert National Monument plan

BLM seeks public input for Sonoran Desert National Monument plan by Kelly Fisher | Tri-Valley Dispatch Change is on the way for a national monument made up of more than 487,000 acres of the Sonoran Desert, and the Bureau of Land Management is asking for public opinion […]

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Bill on county transportation tax faces opposition

Bill on county transportation tax faces opposition

Bill on county transportation tax faces opposition by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch State Rep. T.J. Shope has introduced a bill complementing the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority plan. However, the bill’s opponents stand their ground, alleging misuse of funds under the current transportation half-cent tax rate. […]

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New map shows houses out of flood plain

New map shows houses out of flood plain

New map shows houses out of flood plain by Mark Cowling | Casa Grande Dispatch A federal mapping error that showed perhaps 100 houses in Anthem at Merrill Ranch to be in a flood plain has apparently been corrected. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued […]

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Pinal County Supervisor Mike Goodman completes class

Pinal County Supervisor Mike Goodman completes class

Pinal County Supervisor Mike Goodman completes class by Apache Junction Independent Pinal County Supervisor Mike Goodman participated in the County Supervisors Association’s newly elected county officials orientation held Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix. The orientation is a part of CSA’s efforts to […]

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Pinal lawmaker says higher ed. spending ‘out of control’

Pinal lawmaker says higher ed. spending ‘out of control’

Pinal lawmaker says higher ed. spending ‘out of control’ by Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services Saying the Board of Regents is “out of control’’ in its spending, two Republican representatives want to blow up the system and give each university its own governing board. The plan […]

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Southern Arizona Towns Navigating a More Moderate Growth

Southern Arizona Towns Navigating a More Moderate Growth Oro Valley, Sahuarita, Marana mayors balancing residents’ needs with growth, planning and revenue. by Andrea Kelly | Arizona Public Media The towns on the outskirts of the Tucson metropolitan area are still growing, though they have backed away from […]

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Florence spends almost $300K per year to fight Florence Copper

Florence spends almost $300K per year to fight Florence Copper

Florence spends almost $300K per year to fight Florence Copper by Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder & Blade Tribune Four separate resolutions committing the town to unspecified legal expenses to oppose Florence Copper’s permits to operate were passed by the Town Council Jan. 17, over the objections […]

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What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management

What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management

What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management by Cat Brown | CopperArea The Town of Superior is nestled in the shadows of the Apache Leap mountain. It’s an iconic face of the town. The mountain and its future has been a hot […]

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Coolidge opposes ‘detrimental’ bill backed by Pinal representative

Coolidge opposes ‘detrimental’ bill backed by Pinal representative by Kelly Fisher | Coolidge Examiner Coolidge City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday officially opposing a bill that was introduced by a representative of a large portion of Pinal County. House Bill 2143 relates to public contracts and […]

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Eloy City Council greenlights City Hall project

Eloy City Council greenlights City Hall project

Eloy City Council greenlights City Hall project by Kevin Reagan | The Eloy Enterprise Three contracts were approved Monday night by the Eloy City Council to initiate construction of a new City Hall building. The project is estimated to cost $7.5 million and three funding sources have […]

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