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City of Maricopa Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting

City of Maricopa Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting

City of Maricopa Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting (NEWS RELEASE) The City of Maricopa received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). The Certificate […]

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New contract to lower Maricopa’s energy bill

New contract to lower Maricopa’s energy bill

New contract to lower Maricopa’s energy bill by David Yankus | Copa Monitor In a move made to save the city about $20,000 per year in energy costs, the Maricopa City Council unanimously approved an agreement between the Arizona Power Authority (APA) and the city of Maricopa […]

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Happy Trails: BLM wants to re-open sites to vehicles, keep OHVs off Butterfield

Happy Trails: BLM wants to re-open sites to vehicles, keep OHVs off Butterfield

Happy Trails: BLM wants to re-open sites to vehicles, keep OHVs off Butterfield by Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa Maricopa is surrounded by desert historic sites, but it is not always easy – or legal – to get to them in a vehicle. Take, for instance, three recreation […]

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Lairson: Lower inventory of homes for sale in Maricopa

Lairson: Lower inventory of homes for sale in Maricopa

Lairson: Lower inventory of homes for sale in Maricopa by Pat Lairson | inMaricopa The number of homes for sale dropped to 309 single-family dwellings in an HOA subdivision in August for Maricopa. The average price-per-square-foot is $93.22 for homes currently listed. It is typical to enter […]

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Smith tops in Maricopa council race

Smith tops in Maricopa council race

Smith tops in Maricopa council race by David Yankus | Casa Grande Dispatch As of Wednesday morning Maricopa City Council member Nancy Smith led her opponents in the race for Maricopa City Council with 1,816 votes. Smith, her husband Tony, a Pinal County Supervisor, and friends were […]

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Vice Mayor Brown Recognized for 8 Years of Service

Vice Mayor Brown Recognized for 8 Years of Service

Vice Mayor Brown Recognized for 8 Years of Service (NEWS RELEASE) At the annual League of Arizona Cities and Towns Conference Vice Mayor Marvin Brown was recognized for his eight years of service on Maricopa City Council. “It is an honor to serve the residents of the […]

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Mayor Price Elected Treasurer of the League of AZ Cities and Towns

Mayor Price Elected Treasurer of the League of AZ Cities and Towns

Mayor Price Elected Treasurer of the League of AZ Cities and Towns (NEWS RELEASE) Elected unanimously by all 91 members of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, Mayor Christian Price will serve a two-year term as Treasurer in one of the League’s 3 officer positions of […]

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Work under way to extend Edison Road for business park (video)

Work under way to extend Edison Road for business park (video)

Work under way to extend Edison Road for business park (video) by InMaricopa Two days after approving a final plat that divides the Estrella Gin Business Park into three parcels, the mayor and members of the city council broke ground for a road extension that will provide […]

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[EVENT] Maricopa Council on the Corner – Latest on the 347 Overpass

[EVENT] Maricopa Council on the Corner – Latest on the 347 Overpass

[EVENT] Maricopa Council on the Corner – Latest on the 347 Overpass Maricopa is holding its first Council on the Corner on Saturday, August 20 at 8:30 to 10 a.m. at Tacos and More. “In an effort to keep residents informed on the latest city news I will […]

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Phoenix hotel liquidation auction benefits Maricopa Food Pantry

Phoenix hotel liquidation auction benefits Maricopa Food Pantry

Phoenix hotel liquidation auction benefits Maricopa Food Pantry The recent purchase of a Phoenix Quality Inn is reaping benefits for a local Maricopa food bank. The hotel will reportedly undergo a transformation to affordable housing, therefore, the 180 rooms full of furniture needs to go. Maricopa Food […]

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