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Maricopa among top places for buying rentals

Maricopa among top places for buying rentals

Maricopa among top places for buying rentals by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Housing data shows the city of Maricopa is one of the top places in the country for buying single-family rental homes. ATTOM Data Solutions, a California-based data curator, released a report last week […]

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MUSD will pay nearly $200K in 1% teacher pay raise from state

MUSD will pay nearly $200K in 1% teacher pay raise from state by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa Local teachers will soon see a payout from the state’s recent 1.06 percent pay raise. The Maricopa Unified School District will distribute $196,000 to approximately 330 teachers by December, said […]

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Farming co-op supports small acreage growers

Farming co-op supports small acreage growers by Bethany Blundell | PinalCentral “Seed-to-sale” is the concept various farming organizations in the state are trying to encourage small-acreage farmers to follow, and a portion of that process is located right in Maricopa. Some of those organizations include the University […]

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Chamber throws hat into MCE ring, council continues NACET contract

Chamber throws hat into MCE ring, council continues NACET contract by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor With the contract for the Maricopa Center for Entrepreneurship up for discussion, the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce stepped up as an interested party. But it will have to wait six months […]

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City considers outsourcing utility equipment

City considers outsourcing utility equipment by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa City Council heard a presentation Tuesday from a private company that claims to be able to help lower utility and maintenance costs by leasing machinery and heavy equipment to the city. Rick Gibson with Sustainability Partners spoke […]

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Maricopa woman appeals decision on APEX lawsuit

Maricopa woman appeals decision on APEX lawsuit

Maricopa woman appeals decision on APEX lawsuit by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch A Maricopa woman is appealing a Pinal County judge’s ruling that she doesn’t have standing to challenge the construction of a motor sports park. After Judge Robert Carter Olson ruled against her last […]

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Closing of local marijuana dispensary may open new cultivating options

Closing of local marijuana dispensary may open new cultivating options

Closing of local marijuana dispensary may open new cultivating options by Bethany Blundell | Casa Grande Dispatch The sudden closure of a local marijuana dispensary has many Maricopa residents wondering what happens next. On Oct. 1, Ponderosa Releaf sent an email to its customers stating that the […]

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Supervisor, mayor battle ‘misinformation’ on Prop 416

Supervisor, mayor battle ‘misinformation’ on Prop 416

Supervisor, mayor battle ‘misinformation’ on Prop 416 by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith and Maricopa Mayor Christian Price urged local business owners to “solve the problem of misinformation out there” regarding transportation Propositions 416 and 417 Thursday morning. During a Maricopa Chamber of […]

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APEX opponents call for settlement

APEX opponents call for settlement

APEX opponents call for settlement by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor A letter sent by Grant Woods Law to attorneys representing APEX Motor Club has called for a settlement on how the complex will be operated. On Sept. 26, the law group representing Bonita Burks and Daniel […]

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Local businesses, organizations making progress

Local businesses, organizations making progress inMaricopa A proposed Denny’s received a commercial permit Sept. 6 as Halabu Development prepares to construct a 4,041-square-foot diner. The property is at 21195 N. John Wayne Parkway, near the southeast corner of the Smith-Enke Road intersection. The project is valued at […]

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