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Apples draw attention to school’s override campaign

Apples draw attention to school’s override campaign

Apples draw attention to school’s override campaign By Raquel Hendrickson | InMaricopa Maricopa will be taking on a decidedly apple flavor next week with a new opportunity for residents of all ages to show their support for the school district’s override bid. “’Apples for the Override” is a promotion […]

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A Mayor Price tutorial on 1% cap and why it’s important

A Mayor Price tutorial on 1% cap and why it’s important

A Mayor Price tutorial on 1% cap and why it’s important InMaricopa In case you missed it, at a debate forum Monday night after a couple of candidates for Maricopa City Council mentioned the state’s 1-percent tax cap as an important issue to tackle in the future, […]

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Economic Development: City spends $28,000 on regional help, $4.6 million on Edison

Economic Development: City spends $28,000 on regional help, $4.6 million on Edison

Economic Development: City spends $28,000 on regional help, $4.6 million on Edison By Raquel Hendrickson | InMaricopa A senior vice president assured the Maricopa City Council that the Greater Phoenix Economic Council was getting participants a 7-to-1 return on investment. The council agreed Tuesday to continue a relationship with […]

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Override numbers revised as MUSD prepares ballot

Override numbers revised as MUSD prepares ballot

Override numbers revised as MUSD prepares ballot By Ethan McSweeney | InMaricopa A few additional teachers and extra equipment for students are among the changes to the Maricopa Unified School District’s budget override. Governing Board will vote Wednesday to move the ballot process forward and gather pros […]

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Maricopan running for Legislature as write-in on a pro-marijuana platform

Maricopan running for Legislature as write-in on a pro-marijuana platform

Maricopan running for Legislature as write-in on a pro-marijuana platform By Ethan McSweeney | InMaricopa Chris Sarappo doesn’t expect to win his race for state representative in Legislative District 11 – he just wants to give voters another option on the ballot. The Maricopa resident and personal […]

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Business owner: Overpass switch has been hellish

By DAVID YANKUS | Casa Grande Dispatch MARICOPA — Tena Dugan, a longtime Maricopa resident and owner of a NAPA Auto Parts store since 2001, understands as much as anyone the need for the State Route 347 overpass project. She’s for it. She wants it. She knows it […]

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Desert blight: Without management, proposed park land has been abused

Desert blight: Without management, proposed park land has been abused By KATIE CAMPBELL | Casa Grande Dispatch Driving along the jagged mountains that could become part of Palo Verde Regional Park, acres of decades-old saguaro cacti stretch in every direction. A red-tailed hawk takes flight, plucking an unfortunate […]

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Maricopa in dispute with Global Water over fire hydrants

Maricopa in dispute with Global Water over fire hydrants By DAVID YANKUS | Casa Grande Dispatch MARICOPA — Officials say Maricopa’s private water supplier isn’t being cooperative when it comes to testing and maintaining hydrants in the city. Since he took over as fire chief three years […]

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Ak-Chin breaks ground on hotel expansion

Ak-Chin breaks ground on hotel expansion InMaricopa With shovels in hand, Chairman Robert Miguel, along with members of the Ak-Chin Indian Community Tribal Council and executive leadership from Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino,  turned the dirt to commemorate the groundbreaking of the multi-million-dollar expansion at the hotel and casino. […]

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Maricopa works $15 million for overpass into new budget

Maricopa works $15 million for overpass into new budget By Ethan McSweeney | InMaricopa Anticipated costs for the State Route 347 overpass drives much of the increases in the city of Maricopa’s $142 million budget for the 2017 fiscal year. The budget, which the Maricopa City Council […]

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