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Demolitions begin for SR 347 Overpass Project

Demolitions begin for SR 347 Overpass Project

Demolitions begin for SR 347 Overpass Project by Bethany Blundell | Casa Grande Dispatch Demolition of buildings in Maricopa has begun for the State Route 347 Overpass Project. Demolition got underway Wednesday and will continue through at least the rest of the week. Tom Herrmann, Public Information […]

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Backers of referendum against APEX Motor Club sue Maricopa

Backers of referendum against APEX Motor Club sue Maricopa

Backers of referendum against APEX Motor Club sue Maricopa by Joey Chenoweth | Maricopa Monitor An organization seeking a referendum on a potential new motor sports park in Maricopa has filed a lawsuit against developers and Maricopa staff and elected officials in an effort to get the […]

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Bump in home prices means more revenue for city while tax rates shrink

Bump in home prices means more revenue for city while tax rates shrink by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Home values are on the rise in Maricopa, signaling more revenue gains for the city despite lower property taxes. The Maricopa City Council passed the 2017-18 operating budget June […]

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Anticipating growth, Global Water plans to expand wastewater plant

Anticipating growth, Global Water plans to expand wastewater plant

Anticipating growth, Global Water plans to expand wastewater plant by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Maricopa City Council will hold a public hearing in August on the rezoning request for a parcel of land to allow a local water utility to expand. In the past month, Global Water […]

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Edison Pointe loses 1 tenant, plans groundbreaking this summer

Edison Pointe loses 1 tenant, plans groundbreaking this summer

Edison Pointe loses 1 tenant, plans groundbreaking this summer by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa A long-awaited commercial retail project could be weeks away from breaking ground, according to both city officials and key players in the project’s development. The plan is to have a major clothing retailer, […]

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Maricopa refuses to forward APEX petition; issue could go to court

Maricopa refuses to forward APEX petition; issue could go to court

Maricopa refuses to forward APEX petition; issue could go to court by Joey Chenoweth | Casa Grande Dispatch The city of Maricopa has decided that an effort to get a conditional use permit for APEX Motor Club to be put on a future ballot does not meet […]

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Casa Grande, Maricopa mayors discuss economic triumphs, struggles

Casa Grande, Maricopa mayors discuss economic triumphs, struggles

Casa Grande, Maricopa mayors discuss economic triumphs, struggles by Bethany Blundell | Casa Grande Dispatch At the Pinal Partnership breakfast Friday, Maricopa Mayor Christian Price, along with Casa Grande Mayor Craig McFarland, spoke about recent economic developments within their cities. At Elements in Maricopa, each mayor was […]

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Maricopa researches new bike and pedestrian railroad crossings

Maricopa researches new bike and pedestrian railroad crossings by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor The City of Maricopa hosted an open house Tuesday to share ideas on bicycle and pedestrian crossings near the Union Pacific Railroad. With the upcoming construction of the overpass on State Route 347, […]

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Maricopa to use grant money for floodplain analysis, not food bank

Maricopa to use grant money for floodplain analysis, not food bank by Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor City council members have selected a project to receive funds from the federally-funded Community Development Block Grant — but it was a choice that came with some controversy. The grant […]

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City Council OKs new budget after disagreement over committee funds

City Council OKs new budget after disagreement over committee funds by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The City of Maricopa’s operating budget for fiscal year 2017-18 was officially adopted by City Council, Tuesday, after a short debate over improvements at Copper Sky Recreation Center and funding several council […]

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