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Ballots mailed out for Pinal election

Ballots mailed out for Pinal election

Ballots mailed out for Pinal election by Joey Chenoweth | Arizona City Independent Tuesday is the final day to register to vote in the Nov. 7 election that includes several issues for Pinal County residents. This will be a mail-in election, which means that ballots will be […]

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Supervisor Goodman Urges a Yes Vote on Prop 416 & 417

Supervisor Goodman Urges a Yes Vote on Prop 416 & 417 SanTanValley.com Earlier this year the Arizona Department of Transportation said it had a transportation backlog of “800 years.” Anyone in San Tan Valley want to wait that long for relief? No way. Too many missed Little […]

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On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation

On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation

On the Ballot: Voters being asked to open wallets for regional transportation by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Pinal County residents will have the opportunity to vote in November to approve a sales tax funding infrastructure improvements across the county. For Maricopa, it could mean several direct improvements […]

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A Boost For Pinal County Home Values, Jobs, Economy Propositions 416 And 417 Will Be Says Top Economist Jim Belfiore

A Boost For Pinal County Home Values, Jobs, Economy Propositions 416 And 417 Will Be Says Top Economist Jim Belfiore

A Boost For Pinal County Home Values, Jobs, Economy Propositions 416 And 417 Will Be Says Top Economist Jim Belfiore [NEWS RELEASE] The infrastructure designed to solve Pinal County’s lingering traffic issues will not only keep traffic moving, it will also bring more jobs to the area […]

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Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy: Yes on Propositions 416/417

Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy: Yes on Propositions 416/417

Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy: Yes on Propositions 416/417 Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Have a court date in Florence or business to transact in Tucson? Imagine jumping on the North/South interconnect where the U.S. Highway 60 freeway presently ends close to Goldfield Road and driving a straight […]

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Residents reappointed to Queen Creek Transportation Advisory Committee

Residents reappointed to Queen Creek Transportation Advisory Committee by Queen Creek Independent During their Sept. 20 council meeting, members of the Queen Creek Town Council appointed Spencer Hale and reappointed John Ficker, Jane Litchfield, Susan Denton, Ali Naqvi and Robert Estler to the Queen Creek Transportation Advisory […]

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Along the Gila: Copper Corridor Hears Presentation on Proposed Tax Increase

Along the Gila: Copper Corridor Hears Presentation on Proposed Tax Increase

Along the Gila: Copper Corridor Hears Presentation on Proposed Tax Increase by Sam Hosler | CopperArea I have the privilege of serving on the Board of the Copper Corridor Economic Corridor Coalition (the CCEDC). Last week, after the regular meeting, Andy Smith and Kathy Bourquez, who are […]

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Explaining need for half-cent sales tax for county roadwork

Explaining need for half-cent sales tax for county roadwork

Explaining need for half-cent sales tax for county roadwork by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Standing, Jeff Serdy, a member of the Focal Point and Tourism Committee, shows a map of Pinal County at the group’s Sept. 12 meeting to committee members, At left […]

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Pinal County leaders talk need for Prop 416 and 417

Pinal County leaders talk need for Prop 416 and 417

Pinal County leaders talk need for Prop 416 and 417 by Callan Smith | Rose Law Group Reporter A large breakfast crowd gathered at a Pinal Partnership event in Gold Canyon Friday where Pinal County officials came together to talk transportation and the half-cent sales tax that will […]

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Anthony Smith hosting Sept. 19 ‘Sessions with the Supervisor’

Anthony Smith hosting Sept. 19 ‘Sessions with the Supervisor’ by Apache Junction Independent Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith is starting up a season for Sessions with the Supervisor 10 a.m.-noon Tuesday, Sept. 19. The District 4 supervisor will be at the Arizona City Fire District, 14022 S. […]

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