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Volkmer fears long term implications of new RICO bill

Volkmer fears long term implications of new RICO bill by Kevin Reagan | Arizona City Independent Pinal County Attorney Kent Volkmer thinks reforms to how law enforcement seizes criminal assets will be an “open invitation” for more drug cartel activity. The Arizona Legislature passed a bill this […]

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Realtor: Maricopa housing market heating up

Realtor: Maricopa housing market heating up

Realtor: Maricopa housing market heating up by Pat Lairson | InMaricopa There are two things you need to know about the Maricopa real estate market: 1. Houses are selling. 2. Houses are selling fast. As we move into April, there are only about 289 single-family, HOA subdivision […]

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April 26 SALT seminar on environmental changes in the U.S. since 1492

April 26 SALT seminar on environmental changes in the U.S. since 1492

April 26 SALT seminar on environmental changes in the U.S. since 1492 by Charlie and Becky Goff | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Imagine the Superstitions area, the broader Sonoran Desert and the diversity of environments across America when Columbus first set foot on this continent in 1492. […]

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Lucid’s financing still in the dark

Lucid’s financing still in the dark

Lucid’s financing still in the dark by Heather Smathers | PinalCentral Plans for Lucid’s electric-car manufacturing plant in Casa Grande appear to be moving ahead, but details on who is financing the company are still sketchy. Lucid spokesman David Salguero said the first phase of funding, $240 […]

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Pinal resident not happy with answer Flake gave to her question at town hall

Pinal resident not happy with answer Flake gave to her question at town hall by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Pinal County resident Natalie McCasling feels that U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake didn’t answer her question Thursday night. The Maricopa woman was one of several citizens to […]

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MUSD override improvements sluggish but on track

MUSD override improvements sluggish but on track by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa Unified School District indicates it is on track implementing override funds despite fighting the tide of a state-wide teacher shortage, and a few hiccups with the formation of an alternative school. The first […]

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Developers say Pinal’s ‘Disney’ not like past failures

Developers say Pinal’s ‘Disney’ not like past failures

Developers say Pinal’s ‘Disney’ not like past failures by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch Rose Law Group’s Cameron Carter spoke to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors during a special session Wednesday on behalf of the development company driving what was deemed a similar-to-Walt-Disney-World theme park […]

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Maricopa town hall focuses on transportation, development

Maricopa town hall focuses on transportation, development by Joey Chenoweth | Maricopa Monitor Maricopa Mayor Christian Price said the city plans on regularly holding town halls on various topics in order to keep the public updates and to allow them to weigh in on the issues that […]

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Casa Grande trying to bring life to ‘ghost’ developments

Casa Grande trying to bring life to ‘ghost’ developments by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch Zombies aren’t running around the streets of Casa Grande, but several unfinished subdivisions make it seem so. However, the city of Casa Grande is trying to combat that ghost-town feeling. Planning […]

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Pinal transportation tax needs to be passed, says real estate consultant

Pinal transportation tax needs to be passed, says real estate consultant

Pinal transportation tax needs to be passed, says real estate consultant Education, labor force also a key to growth, panel told by Callan Smith | Rose Law Group Reporter Transportation development is a necessity for Pinal County, Jim Belfiore, president of Belfiore Real Estate Consulting told Friday’s […]

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