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Judge rules against city in APEX lawsuit

Judge rules against city in APEX lawsuit

Judge rules against city in APEX lawsuit by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa A Pinal County judge has ruled against the City of Maricopa in a lawsuit filed recently regarding the City’s issuing of conditional use permit to Private Motorsports Group for the proposed APEX Motor Club. The […]

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Selection of general contractor for overpass pending this month

Selection of general contractor for overpass pending this month

Selection of general contractor for overpass pending this month inMaricopa The Union Pacific Railroad overpass has a budget, properties have been purchased and a path is being cleared. Now, the project needs a general contractor. Arizona Department of Transportation sent the project out to bid in June. […]

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County approves water utility merger for November ballot

County approves water utility merger for November ballot by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved a request July 12 to call an election for a proposed merger of two local water utilities. The Maricopa Domestic Water Improvement District filed the request seeking […]

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City creating contingency ballot if Apex case is lost

City creating contingency ballot if Apex case is lost

City creating contingency ballot if Apex case is lost by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Arguments for or against a private motor facility in Maricopa are due by 5 p.m. tomorrow, pending a judge’s ruling. In a statement Tuesday, the city said it will refer the Maricopa City […]

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Maricopa ranked 5th safest city in Arizona

Maricopa ranked 5th safest city in Arizona

Maricopa ranked 5th safest city in Arizona by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Maricopa has made a list of Arizona’s 20 safest cities, ranking No. 5. The ranking conducted by safewise.com takes into account the number and type of crimes committed per capita within the incorporated city limits. […]

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City seeks dramatic budget cuts at Copper Sky

City seeks dramatic budget cuts at Copper Sky

City seeks dramatic budget cuts at Copper Sky by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa City officials met with members of the Budget, Finance and Operations subcommittee Monday to discuss mitigating costs associated with Copper Sky Regional Park and Recreation Center. During the meeting at City Hall, city council […]

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Resident sues Maricopa over Apex Motor Club

Resident sues Maricopa over Apex Motor Club

Resident sues Maricopa over Apex Motor Club by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Another lawsuit has been filed against the city regarding the construction of a private motorsports track in Maricopa. The suit, filed in Pinal County Superior Court July 19 by former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods […]

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Casino to host job fair as construction continues

Casino to host job fair as construction continues

Casino to host job fair as construction continues by Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa As Phase 1 construction of a multi-million-dollar expansion nears completion this fall, Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino is planning a job fair in August to fill new positions. Talent Specialist Jamie Westmiller said the facility will […]

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After groundbreaking, Edison Pointe aims for early 2018 openings

After groundbreaking, Edison Pointe aims for early 2018 openings

After groundbreaking, Edison Pointe aims for early 2018 openings by Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa A project 10 years in the making hit another milestone Monday morning with a ceremonial groundbreaking. Edison Pointe, a commercial development south of Fry’s Marketplace, is scheduled to include Ross, Planet Fitness, Brakes […]

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Maricopa to build in three new areas, but no timeline set

Maricopa to build in three new areas, but no timeline set

Maricopa to build in three new areas, but no timeline set by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor City Council members decided July 19 to move forward with plans to develop the Estrella Gin Business Park, but progress will be slow. The council retreat was a meeting where […]

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