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Judge says Queen Creek annexation in Pinal can go forward

Judge says Queen Creek annexation in Pinal can go forward by Kevin Reagan | San Tan Sentinel A Pinal County judge has dismissed an effort to invalidate a land annexation completed by the town of Queen Creek. San Tan Valley residents filed a petition in Superior Court […]

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Ironwood Crossing files annexation application with town of Queen Creek

Ironwood Crossing files annexation application with town of Queen Creek Queen Creek Town Council to hold public hearing Dec. 6 regarding annexation by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek has scheduled a public hearing Dec. 6 to hear comments about the proposed […]

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Johnson Utilities Bills Could Decrease

Johnson Utilities Bills Could Decrease SanTanValley.com Johnson Utilities has submitted a plan to reduce their Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD) fee from $4.19 to $2.35 per thousand gallons of water delivered in the Phoenix Active Management Areas (AMA).  If approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission, San […]

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San Tan Valley discusses developing area plan

San Tan Valley discusses developing area plan

San Tan Valley discusses developing area plan by Jake Kincaid | San Tan Sentinel Residents got a say in whether they want San Tan Valley to continue developing as primarily suburban and rural residential areas or whether they want new types of development coming in. Pinal County […]

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Pinal officials: Road construction headaches a means to a better end

Pinal officials: Road construction headaches a means to a better end by Jake Kincaid | San Tan Valley Sentinel Road construction is everywhere in San Tan Valley, causing traffic congestion and inconvenience for drivers. But don’t worry, says Pinal County’s Public Works Department. Once the projects are […]

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San Tan Valley manufactured home park change before Pinal County board Nov. 30

San Tan Valley manufactured home park change before Pinal County board Nov. 30

San Tan Valley manufactured home park change before Pinal County board Nov. 30 by Queen Creek Independent Reducing a parcel size for a manufactured home park planned in San Tan Valley is to be discussed at the Thursday, Nov. 30, meeting of the Pinal County Board of […]

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Golf Club at Johnson Ranch bingo license to be discussed at Nov. 15 Pinal County supervisors meeting

Golf Club at Johnson Ranch bingo license to be discussed at Nov. 15 Pinal County supervisors meeting by Queen Creek Independent A Class A bingo license application from Dennis Schutz for the Golf Club at Johnson Ranch, 30761 W. Golf Club Drive in San Tan Valley, is […]

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Queen Creek officials say proposed San Tan Valley incorporation map unlawful

Queen Creek officials say proposed San Tan Valley incorporation map unlawful

Queen Creek officials say proposed San Tan Valley incorporation map unlawful by Jake Kincaid | San Tan Sentinel The town of Queen Creek doesn’t oppose the incorporation of San Tan Valley, but officials say the current map violates Arizona Law. On Wednesday the Town Council adopted a […]

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San Tan residents object to Queen Creek annexation

San Tan residents object to Queen Creek annexation

San Tan residents object to Queen Creek annexation by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch San Tan Valley residents are petitioning to stop the town of Queen Creek from annexing land that could be developed into car dealerships and storage facilities. Two residents filed a petition in […]

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Plan San Tan Open House

Plan San Tan Open House

Plan San Tan Open House  

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