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San Tan park’s long trek from dump to desert preserve

San Tan park’s long trek from dump to desert preserve

San Tan park’s long trek from dump to desert preserve by Bill Coates | Casa Grande Dispatch A constituent had a question for Sandie Smith. It was around the mid-’90s. She sat on the Pinal County Board of Supervisors. The question was about a park. “He wanted […]

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$5.49 million roadwork project nearing completion in downtown Queen Creek

$5.49 million roadwork project nearing completion in downtown Queen Creek

$5.49 million roadwork project nearing completion in downtown Queen Creek by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent Hang in there, Queen Creek drivers. Work to improve the intersection of Ellsworth and Ocotillo roads and nearby roadways is in its final stages, according to the town staff member […]

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Impact fee draft study could be posted April 6: Council disagrees about when to start year of public hearings, meetings

Impact fee draft study could be posted April 6: Council disagrees about when to start year of public hearings, meetings by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent Members of the Queen Creek Town Council agree there needs to be an increase in the town’s transportation impact fee […]

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Queen Creek Town Council to discuss transportation impact fee rate increase

Queen Creek Town Council to discuss transportation impact fee rate increase

Queen Creek Town Council to discuss transportation impact fee rate increase by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent March 15 discussion to focus on calendar for community involvement, input How much is too much, and how much is enough? Those are two of the questions members of […]

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Queen Creek apartments sell for $22.65M

Queen Creek apartments sell for $22.65M

Queen Creek apartments sell for $22.65M by AZ Business Magazine The Town Center Apartments in Queen Creek, a Class A garden-style community, sold for $22,650,000 to  Laguna Point Properties LLC by K and M Development #1 LLC, according to the brokerage firm that worked on the deal. The apartment community […]

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A Relic of the Recession: Fewer Local Government Workers. Queen Creek shares how they’re prospering

A Relic of the Recession: Fewer Local Government Workers. Queen Creek shares how they’re prospering

A Relic of the Recession: Fewer Local Government Workers. Queen Creek shares how they’re prospering Analysis shows the agencies and states that have suffered the largest payroll cuts. by Mike Maciag | Governing For years, Queen Creek, Ariz., was booming with a steady influx of families moving […]

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New Queen Creek councilmen sworn in, Brown appointed vice mayor

New Queen Creek councilmen sworn in, Brown appointed vice mayor

New Queen Creek councilmen sworn in, Brown appointed vice mayor by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek has a new council member and a new vice mayor. During its Jan. 18 meeting, the Queen Creek Town Council seated three members during a […]

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Virtua Partners Completes Acquisition of 51 Acre Development Site in Queen Creek

Virtua Partners Completes Acquisition of 51 Acre Development Site in Queen Creek

Virtua Partners Completes Acquisition of 51 Acre Development Site in Queen Creek [NEWS RELEASE] Virtua Partners announced today that it has acquired 51 acres of undeveloped land in the Southeast submarket of Phoenix, Arizona in Queen Creek.  Virtua plans to mine and sell the surface materials and […]

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Queen Creek’s debt refunding results in savings of $17.1 million

Queen Creek’s debt refunding results in savings of $17.1 million

Queen Creek’s debt refunding results in savings of $17.1 million by Queen Creek Independent staff report | Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek recently refinanced, known in the industry as “refunded,” $54.1 million of the town’s debt. The purpose of the refunding was to capitalize […]

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Town Council approves Queen Creek Transportation Master Plan

Town Council approves Queen Creek Transportation Master Plan

Town Council approves Queen Creek Transportation Master Plan by Constance Halonen-Wilson | Queen Creek Independent The Queen Creek Town Council unanimously approved the Queen Creek Transportation Master Plan during the Dec. 7 council meeting. The Transportation Master Plan will serve as a comprehensive document that will help […]

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