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Thunderbird water district passes ‘balanced budget’ with help of $5 surcharge

Thunderbird water district passes ‘balanced budget’ with help of $5 surcharge by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa An area water utility board passed a 2017-18 budget after struggling for weeks to find a way to account for costs associated with recent improvements. The Thunderbird Farms Water Improvement District […]

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‘Blighted’ properties to be cleared from Heritage District

‘Blighted’ properties to be cleared from Heritage District

‘Blighted’ properties to be cleared from Heritage District by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa City Council agreed Tuesday to move forward with the demolition and removal of three Heritage District properties that are considered to be in “blighted condition.” The three properties – 44548 W. Maricopa-Casa […]

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Councilmember on the Corner with Councilman Henry Wade: Housing Needs Assessment

Councilmember on the Corner with Councilman Henry Wade: Housing Needs Assessment

Councilmember on the Corner with Councilman Henry Wade: Housing Needs Assessment [NEWS RELEASE] You’re invited to the latest Councilmember on the Corner with Councilman Henry Wade on Saturday, August 12 at 8:30 to 10 a.m. at Ace Hardware. “In an effort to keep residents informed on the […]

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Thunderbird water district in budget predicament

Thunderbird water district in budget predicament

Thunderbird water district in budget predicament inMaricopa Twenty customers of a local water district packed themselves into a conference room Thursday afternoon to hear an update on the utility’s plans to shrink its budget which had nearly doubled from the previous year. The Thunderbird Farms Improvement District […]

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APEX discusses construction of motor sports club

APEX discusses construction of motor sports club

APEX discusses construction of motor sports club by Bethany Blundell | Partners of APEX Motorsports Club chose to locate in Maricopa because of its proximity to golf courses, casinos and the Phoenix metropolitan area, an official with the company says. Matt Williams spoke at a Maricopa Chamber […]

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Study shows need for ‘workforce housing’

Study shows need for ‘workforce housing’ by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa As Maricopa strives to achieve its dream of economic sustainability, a serious need most likely must be addressed before that dream may come to fruition – the need for affordable housing. A study recently conducted by […]

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Thunderbird Water District eyes huge budget increase

Thunderbird Water District eyes huge budget increase

Thunderbird Water District eyes huge budget increase by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa A rural domestic water district will hold a public meeting regarding a hotly contested budget increase Thursday afternoon. The Thunderbird Farms Improvement District Governing Board will meet July 13 at 4 p.m. inside the district […]

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APEX discusses construction of motor sports club

APEX discusses construction of motor sports club

APEX discusses construction of motor sports club by Bethany Blundell | Casa Grande Dispatch Partners of APEX Motorsports Club chose to locate in Maricopa because of its proximity to golf courses, casinos and the Phoenix metropolitan area, an official with the company says. Matt Williams spoke at […]

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City Clerk Designated Master Municipal Clerk

City Clerk Designated Master Municipal Clerk

City Clerk Designated Master Municipal Clerk [NEWS RELEASE]  City of Maricopa Clerk Vanessa Bueras has earned the designation of Master Municipal Clerk (MMC), which is awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), Inc. IIMC grants the MMC designation only to those municipal clerks who complete […]

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Maricopa pushes for the 50,000 population magic mark

Maricopa pushes for the 50,000 population magic mark

Maricopa pushes for the 50,000 population magic mark by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor Since its conception, one of the city of Maricopa’s main focuses has been population growth. That concern continues today as city officials strive to create a robust economy without the numbers to support […]

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