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Save the Date: SR 347 Overpass Ground Breaking Ceremony

Save the Date: SR 347 Overpass Ground Breaking Ceremony

Save the Date: SR 347 Overpass Ground Breaking Ceremony [NEWS RELEASE] Join us on Monday, November 20 at 10 a.m. for the SR 347 Overpass Ground Breaking Ceremony. Enjoy a ceremony and light refreshments to celebrate the start of the SR 347 Overpass Project. What: SR 347 […]

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Traffic plan for ‘18 Arizona Renaissance Festival discussed

Traffic plan for ‘18 Arizona Renaissance Festival discussed by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent The Arizona State Transportation Board learned that in early 2017 there was an 11-mile backup on U.S. Highway 60 because of traffic at the Arizona Renaissance Festival. “There’s some congestion […]

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Proposition campaign has raised more than $200K

Proposition campaign has raised more than $200K

Proposition campaign has raised more than $200K by Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch Those campaigning for a “Yes” vote on Proposition 417 have an overwhelming edge in financial resources than those campaigning for “No.” The group New Roads and Freeways Before it’s Too Late: Yes on […]

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Town of Queen Creek Extending Crismon Road

Town of Queen Creek Extending Crismon Road

Town of Queen Creek Extending Crismon Road SanTanValley.com Construction for the Crismon Road extension, from Queen Creek Road north to Germann Road, will kick off with a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, Oct. 31. The project consists of one lane in each direction with intersection improvements at both […]

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Ducey promises not to raid city, county roadway funds next year

Ducey promises not to raid city, county roadway funds next year by Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic Gov. Doug Ducey has promised to stop taking $30 million in transportation money annually from Arizona cities and counties to balance the state’s budget. Ducey’s comments on Wednesday drew […]

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Two former Casa Grande mayors endorse Pinal road proposition

Two former Casa Grande mayors endorse Pinal road proposition by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch Two former Casa Grande mayors have come out in support of two propositions designed to provide money for Pinal County roads. Bob Mitchell and Bob Jackson agree that the issue is […]

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Supervisor, mayor battle ‘misinformation’ on Prop 416

Supervisor, mayor battle ‘misinformation’ on Prop 416

Supervisor, mayor battle ‘misinformation’ on Prop 416 by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith and Maricopa Mayor Christian Price urged local business owners to “solve the problem of misinformation out there” regarding transportation Propositions 416 and 417 Thursday morning. During a Maricopa Chamber of […]

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Smith: Maricopa can’t wait ‘800 years’ for transportation improvements

Smith: Maricopa can’t wait ‘800 years’ for transportation improvements by Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith Earlier this year the Arizona Department of Transportation said it had a transportation backlog of “800 years.” Anyone in Maricopa want to wait that long for relief on the 347, or for […]

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Phoenix group tries to keep us from getting roads, freeways; opposes props 416, 417

Phoenix group tries to keep us from getting roads, freeways; opposes props 416, 417 by Connie Van Driel, Apache Junction; Tom Shope, Former mayor of Coolidge; Ed Farrell, Maricopa’s first mayor The Phoenix crowd is at it again. The Phoenix-based Goldwater Institute is trying to keep Pinal […]

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Propositions 416 and 417 Will Preserve Pinal County’s Way Of Life And Quality Of Life

Propositions 416 and 417 Will Preserve Pinal County’s Way Of Life And Quality Of Life by Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith | SanTanValley.com Yes votes on Propositions 416 and 417 will get us new roads and freeways, and solve our traffic nightmares now and into the future. […]

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