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Pinal County Supervisors to consider economic development plan

Pinal County Supervisors to consider economic development plan Pinal Central The Pinal County Board of Supervisors will consider a program to encourage businesses to come to the county at a meeting Wednesday. The resolution would adopt the Pinal County Business Assistance Policy, which would allow for county […]

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Lawmaker plans run for Apache Junction justice court, ending bid for re-election to Legislature

Lawmaker plans run for Apache Junction justice court, ending bid for re-election to Legislature

Lawmaker plans run for Apache Junction justice court, ending bid for re-election to Legislature by Kyle Mittan | San Tan Valley Sentinel State Rep. Doug Coleman plans to run for a justice of the peace seat in 2018, foregoing a bid for re-election in the Legislature’s 16th […]

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Proposed Coolidge annexation sparks outrage among property owners

Proposed Coolidge annexation sparks outrage among property owners

Proposed Coolidge annexation sparks outrage among property owners by Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner After Pinal County gave the green light to a 257-acre solar farm, the city of Coolidge is now looking into potentially annexing a portion of the project’s land as well as several other […]

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Eloy City Hall exterior design discussed at council meeting

Eloy City Hall exterior design discussed at council meeting

Eloy City Hall exterior design discussed at council meeting by Caela Fox | The Eloy Enterprise The Exterior facade is the next step in designing the new City Hall building and it was the topic of conversation at Monday’s City Council meeting. Representatives from Smith Group JJR […]

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Customers surprised by Johnson Utilities’ high water bills

Customers surprised by Johnson Utilities’ high water bills

Customers surprised by Johnson Utilities’ high water bills by Mark Cowling | Casa Grande Dispatch Johnson Utilities water customers have been surprised recently by ever-higher bills. Florence Town Councilwoman Karen Wall, an Anthem resident, said for the past couple of months, her Johnson Utilities bill has been […]

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Pinal officials support proposed road tax

Pinal officials support proposed road tax

Pinal officials support proposed road tax by Heather Smathers | Arizona City Independent Many Pinal officials are coming out in support of a new road tax and transportation plan that will be before voters in November. Voters will be asked to approve two ballot measures, Propositions 416 […]

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Parks committee approves fee waivers, considers more rigid policy

Parks committee approves fee waivers, considers more rigid policy

Parks committee approves fee waivers, considers more rigid policy by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa After some deliberation the Maricopa Parks, Recreation and Library Committee voted Aug. 23 to grant requests for fee waivers from organizations looking to host events at Copper Sky. The approval to waive certain […]

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Medical marijuana dispensary discussion postponed

Medical marijuana dispensary discussion postponed

Medical marijuana dispensary discussion postponed by Apache Junction Independent Discussion on a conditional use permit for a nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary planned at 1985 W. Apache Trail Suite No. 4 was postponed Aug. 22 to the Tuesday, Sept. 12 meeting of the Apache Junction Planning and Zoning […]

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Pinal County Cracking Down on Johnson Utilities

Pinal County Cracking Down on Johnson Utilities

Pinal County Cracking Down on Johnson Utilities The San Tan Times Pinal County Air Quality announces it has signed an Order of Abatement by Consent with Johnson Utilities L.L.C. on Monday, August 21. This action comes after the Board of Supervisors studied a potential lawsuit against the […]

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Quail Run official in Apache Junction upset explosives may be stored nearby

Quail Run official in Apache Junction upset explosives may be stored nearby

Quail Run official in Apache Junction upset explosives may be stored nearby by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Eve Dumas is not happy that the quiet community she manages may be in harm’s way if an Apache Junction business is allowed to store explosives. […]

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