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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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Town of Marana broke ground on a new police HQ

Town of Marana broke ground on a new police HQ by Claudia Kelly-Bazan | KGUN9-TV After three years of waiting, Marana Police are getting a new police headquarters. The Town of Marana broke ground on the new building Wednesday morning, according to a press release from Marana Communications […]

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Marana Parks and Rec staying busy with numerous projects

Marana Parks and Rec staying busy with numerous projects by Brad Allis | Marana News The Marana Parks and Recreation Department has been busy over the past year, with more on the horizon. The town has completed a number of projects and staffers are now starting a […]

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New strategic plan designed to keep Marana business friendly

New strategic plan designed to keep Marana business friendly

New strategic plan designed to keep Marana business friendly by Brad Allis | Tucson Local Media Marana prides itself on being a business friendly community and that does not happen by accident. The town’s strategic plan specifically highlights commerce as one of the five focus areas, but […]

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Marana tentative budget approved

Marana tentative budget approved

Marana tentative budget approved Brad Allis, Tucson Local Media The Marana Town Council approved the tentative budget for the fiscal year 2018 during on May 16. The Town Council will still need to take one more vote to formally approve the budget, but barring any last second […]

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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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New segment of The Loop trail system follows flowing Santa Cruz River

New segment of The Loop trail system follows flowing Santa Cruz River by Doug Kreutz | Arizona Daily Star A new segment of The Loop trail system will serve up an unusual scenic gem in this arid desert region: a verdant, tree-lined stretch of the Santa Cruz […]

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Marana planning commission moves Lazy K plan forward

Marana planning commission moves Lazy K plan forward

Marana planning commission moves Lazy K plan forward by Emily Bregel | Arizona Daily Star For the third time since 2014, Marana’s planning commission has voted to recommend approval for a controversial plan to turn a historic dude ranch into a 178-home subdivision. But this time, the […]

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Marana State of the Town speech honors the past, while eyeing the future

Marana State of the Town speech honors the past, while eyeing the future by Brad Allis | Marana News With the Town of Marana celebrating its 40th Anniversary, it was only fitting that the State of the Town speech celebrated the town’s rich history. Mayor Ed Honea […]

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Chick-fil-A heading to Marana

Chick-fil-A heading to Marana by Cathalena E. Burch | Arizona Daily Star After years of salivating, wishful thinking and, for some, praying, residents of the northwest side and Marana will finally get their own Chick-fil-A restaurant. The restaurant, being built in front of Target on the corner […]

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