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On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation

On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation

On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Pinal County residents will have the opportunity to vote in November to approve a sales tax funding infrastructure improvements across the county. For Maricopa, it could mean several direct improvements […]

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State of the City: Mayor calls for patience in economic development

State of the City: Mayor calls for patience in economic development

State of the City: Mayor calls for patience in economic development by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa Maricopa Mayor Christian Price delivered a speech Wednesday night urging residents to “be a little more patient” with the city’s efforts to improve and grow. Before his “overcoming obstacles” themed State […]

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Plans for Maricopa hospital on ice

Plans for Maricopa hospital on ice

Plans for Maricopa hospital on ice by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa It has been five years since plans of a hospital coming to Maricopa were announced. In 2012, Dignity Health purchased nearly 19 acres on the northeast corner of John Wayne Parkway and Smith-Enke Road with the […]

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Council approves permit for wood grinding near Apex

Council approves permit for wood grinding near Apex

Council approves permit for wood grinding near Apex by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa City Council approved another conditional use permit (CUP) Tuesday, this time for a wood-grinding company that happens to sit next door to the planned private racetrack Apex. The company – Arizona Wood […]

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City takes over MCE lease despite incubator’s unknown future

City takes over MCE lease despite incubator’s unknown future by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa City Council voted Tuesday to sign a lease on behalf of a local small-business incubator, extending its ability to function despite uncertainty about the city’s contract with the incubator’s parent organization. […]

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Mexican consulate talks with City Council on trade, immigration

Mexican consulate talks with City Council on trade, immigration

Mexican consulate talks with City Council on trade, immigration by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Representatives from the Mexican consulate appeared before the Maricopa City Council Tuesday, presenting information about the consulate and their role in the state and nation. Answering an invitation by Councilmember Henry Wade, Deputy […]

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City to loosen restrictions on home businesses in Heritage District

City to loosen restrictions on home businesses in Heritage District

City to loosen restrictions on home businesses in Heritage District by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa City officials revealed a plan at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that could allow homes in the Heritage District to more freely be used as small businesses. The “Adaptive Reuse” Plan, Maricopa senior […]

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Maricopa Flood Control District election faces new obstacles

Maricopa Flood Control District election faces new obstacles by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa A local flood control authority is reconciling changes to state election laws as its October special-election approaches Wednesday. The Maricopa Flood Control District is holding a special election Oct. 4 to fill the seat […]

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Mayor to highlight citizen achievements at State of the City address

Mayor to highlight citizen achievements at State of the City address

Mayor to highlight citizen achievements at State of the City address by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Packed with humor and spontaneity, the State of the City Address is about more than the city giving itself a pat on the back. Mayor Christian Price said it’s about knowledge […]

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Overpass contractor chosen, bid far below estimate

Overpass contractor chosen, bid far below estimate

Overpass contractor chosen, bid far below estimate by inMaricopa Coming in more than $5 million under project estimates, Ames Construction was chosen as the general contractor to build an overpass across the Union Pacific tracks at State Route 347. Based in Scottsdale, Ames has 750 days to […]

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