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Half-cent sales tax proposal could widen SR 347

Half-cent sales tax proposal could widen SR 347

Half-cent sales tax proposal could widen SR 347 by Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa Transportation issues also addressed by General Plan A crash Jan. 29 at the Casa Blanca intersection with State Route 347 during morning rush hour backed up traffic into Maricopa along John Wayne Parkway and […]

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Maricopa overpass a trifecta

Maricopa overpass a trifecta

Maricopa overpass a trifecta Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa An overpass in Maricopa will be more than an overpass – at least in terms of strategy. The future grade-separation project at the State Route 347/Union Pacific Railroad crossing is actually three projects in one. The city of Maricopa […]

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Islamic cemetery expansion approved west of Maricopa

Islamic cemetery expansion approved west of Maricopa

Islamic cemetery expansion approved west of Maricopa By Mark Cowling | Casa Grande Dispatch FLORENCE — The Pinal County Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of a five-acre expansion of the Islamic Cultural Center of Tempe’s cemetery west of Maricopa. Pinal County Planning Manager Steve Abraham said […]

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Candidates line up for Maricopa City Council

Candidates line up for Maricopa City Council

Candidates line up for Maricopa City Council By Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa.com It’s very early in the election process, but potential candidates for Maricopa City Council have begun taking out paperwork to run. Three council seats and the mayor’s seat become available this year. Incumbent council members […]

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Growth not as much as Maricopa hoped

Growth not as much as Maricopa hoped

Growth not as much as Maricopa hoped Census count is about 5K shy of officials’ estimate By Brian Wright | Casa Grande Dispatch Like other growing cities in the state, Maricopa wants to get its fair share of state-shared revenue. And in order to do that, every […]

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2015 Census: Maricopa catching up to Casa Grande

2015 Census: Maricopa catching up to Casa Grande

2015 Census: Maricopa catching up to Casa Grande Pinal’s 2nd largest city may soon nab top spot By Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Once deemed a “dead end” for young homeowners following the economic collapse, Maricopa has risen from the ashes with a population growth rate […]

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Mayor Price reappointed to National Economic Development Committee

Mayor Price reappointed to National Economic Development Committee

Mayor Price reappointed to National Economic Development Committee City of Maricopa Mayor Christian Price has been appointed to serve a third term on the National League of Cities (NLC) Community and Economic Development Committee. This committee has the lead responsibility for developing NLC federal policy positions on […]

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Maricopa-area electric district to reduce rates

Maricopa-area electric district to reduce rates

Maricopa-area electric district to reduce rates inMaricopa.com Electrical District No. 3 will lower its rates by 5.16 percent starting in January. The announcement came after the ED3 board of directors approved its 2016 budget Wednesday. “We’re excited about it,” said General Manager William Stacy. Continued:

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Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange

Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange

Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange NEWS RELEASE WASHINGTON — In a major win for Arizona’s Congressional District One, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., has secured a competitive $15 million TIGER VII transportation grant for the city of Maricopa. Since 2013, the Project, most […]

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Pinal County community residents win 2-year ‘no children’ policy battle

Pinal County community residents win 2-year ‘no children’ policy battle

Pinal County community residents win 2-year ‘no children’ policy battle By Sarah Ruf | Maricopa Monitor Many Province residents are celebrating a newly won victory after its community management company agreed to uphold its “no children” policy, more than two years after residents spoke up about kids […]

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