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Town council to hold first meeting in new building Sept. 6

Town council to hold first meeting in new building Sept. 6

Town council to hold first meeting in new building Sept. 6 by Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek recently celebrated the completion of the Law Enforcement and Community Chambers Building, 20727 E. Civic Parkway. The new building will house Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office District 6 – […]

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Queen Creek mayor to help set policies for League of AZ Cities and Towns

Queen Creek mayor to help set policies for League of AZ Cities and Towns

Queen Creek mayor to help set policies for League of AZ Cities and Towns by Queen Creek Independent Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney is one of three elected officials who will serve on the policy-making executive committee of the League of Arizona […]

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Learn about improvements planned to Power Road at open house Aug. 30

Learn about improvements planned to Power Road at open house Aug. 30 by Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek is hosting a community open house to provide information on improvements to Power Road from Ocotillo to Brooks Farm roads. It will be held 6-7 p.m. […]

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Ellsworth road-widening work in Queen Creek named project of the year

Ellsworth road-widening work in Queen Creek named project of the year

Ellsworth road-widening work in Queen Creek named project of the year by Queen Creek Independent During the annual American Public Works Association Arizona Chapter awards ceremony held Aug. 2-4, the town of Queen Creek received the Public Works Project of the Year for small cities in the […]

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Queen Creek P&Z OKs drive-thrus, site plans for Bahama Bucks, Sodalicious

Queen Creek P&Z OKs drive-thrus, site plans for Bahama Bucks, Sodalicious

Queen Creek P&Z OKs drive-thrus, site plans for Bahama Bucks, Sodalicious by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent Members of the Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission Aug. 9 unanimously approved site plans and conditional use permits to allow drive-thrus for two food and beverage businesses planning […]

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Queen Creek breaks ground for new park

Queen Creek breaks ground for new park

Queen Creek breaks ground for new park by Nikki Naik | AZFamily Queen Creek broke ground on a new 48-acre park located at 19535 E. Appleby Road on Tuesday. The park will open just in time for the 2018 fall sports. It will include an adventure-themed inclusive play […]

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P&Z recommends rezone to allow agritainment venue at historic Sossaman Farms

P&Z recommends rezone to allow agritainment venue at historic Sossaman Farms

P&Z recommends rezone to allow agritainment venue at historic Sossaman Farms by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent A landmark Queen Creek farm has cleared a hurdle to developing the community’s newest agritainment venue on its land, similar to Queen Creek Olive Mill and Schnepf Farms. During […]

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Queen Creek’s first brewpub, Old Ellsworth Building, opening Monday

Queen Creek’s first brewpub, Old Ellsworth Building, opening Monday

Queen Creek’s first brewpub, Old Ellsworth Building, opening Monday KTAR Queen Creek is getting its first brewpub. Old Ellsworth Brewing will be opening to the public on Monday, according to Mouth By Southwest. The brewpub will open at 11 a.m., the time that they will open daily. […]

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Queen Creek to break ground on new West Park

Queen Creek to break ground on new West Park

Queen Creek to break ground on new West Park by Queen Creek Independent UPDATE: Groundbreaking for West Park Site postponed to Aug. 1 A groundbreaking ceremony will take place July 26 for the new 30-acre West Park in Queen Creek. The public is invited to attend. It […]

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Queen Creek may want to purchase Johnson Utilities

Queen Creek may want to purchase Johnson Utilities

Queen Creek may want to purchase Johnson Utilities by Kelly Fisher | San Tan Sentential The town of Queen Creek may be seeking to purchase Johnson Utilities, according to multiple state lawmakers. But a town spokesman said there’s nothing in the works. Rep. T.J. Shope, R-Coolidge, told […]

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