Uniting the vision for Pinal County
Call Us: 602-810-7448

NEWS

Casa Grande council to hold hearing on Villago changes

Casa Grande council to hold hearing on Villago changes

Casa Grande council to hold hearing on Villago changes by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch Two public hearings will be held as part of the City Council’s regular meeting Monday. Residents are invited to give input to the council’s consideration of changes to the Villago planned […]

Read more

Pinal assessor’s office launches new parcel viewer

Pinal assessor’s office launches new parcel viewer

Pinal assessor’s office launches new parcel viewer by Queen Creek Independent Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf officially launched a new comprehensive online parcel viewer to access Pinal County property assessment information by property owners, realtors, title companies, other county business partners and the general public, according to […]

Read more

APEX makes lunch presentation on racetrack plans

APEX makes lunch presentation on racetrack plans

APEX makes lunch presentation on racetrack plans by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Members of the APEX Motor Club team gave a public presentation at Native Grill on Thursday outlining their proposed private racetrack to a group of residents and local dignitaries. APEX President Jason Plotke presented details […]

Read more

Smith brings voice of Maricopa to Pinal Partnership

Smith brings voice of Maricopa to Pinal Partnership

Smith brings voice of Maricopa to Pinal Partnership by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa As Maricopa continues to grow, local leaders must grapple with the multifaceted and often erratic march of economic development. To achieve economic sustainability, local governments, businesses and community leaders have developed a roundtable of […]

Read more

Pinal jobless rate jumps up

Pinal jobless rate jumps up by Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services Pinal County’s jobless rate jumped up last month after hitting a record low in April. The state’s jobless rate ticked up a tenth of a point to 5.1 percent as Arizona employers shed more jobs […]

Read more

Private prisons a boon for Eloy bonds

Private prisons a boon for Eloy bonds

Private prisons a boon for Eloy bonds by Tanner Clinch | The Eloy Enterprise The private prisons that boost Eloy’s population numbers may have also been a boon for the city in its financing of the City Hall project. At Monday night’s City Council meeting, members went […]

Read more

Council approves town’s budget for fiscal year 2017-18

Council approves town’s budget for fiscal year 2017-18 by Queen Creek Independent At their June 7 meeting, members of the Queen Creek Town Council in a split vote approved a budget of $213.1 million for the 2017-18 fiscal year which begins on July 1. Voting in favor […]

Read more

Appeals court upholds tribes’ claim in dispute over Gila River water

Appeals court upholds tribes’ claim in dispute over Gila River water

Appeals court upholds tribes’ claim in dispute over Gila River water by Ben Moffat | Cronkite News A federal appeals court Tuesday agreed with two tribes who challenged a Freeport Minerals plan to divert water from the Gila River, saying the company had failed to show that […]

Read more

Global Water addresses customer complaints, return on investment

Global Water addresses customer complaints, return on investment

Global Water addresses customer complaints, return on investment by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa A local utility company has issued a formal public response to a swath of customer complaints recently lodged against them for their high rates, alleged dubious billing practices and poor-quality customer service. Global Water […]

Read more

Water costs could rise in Thunderbird district

Water costs could rise in Thunderbird district

Water costs could rise in Thunderbird district by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa The price for domestic water could go up for residents living in Thunderbird Farms. The Thunderbird Farms Improvement District Board will propose tax and fee increases to its customers during a public hearing Thursday at […]

Read more
Page 2 of 20612345...102030...Last »
Pinal Partnership's Mission Improve research, planning and coordination of private and public efforts related to infrastructure, natural resources and community development in Pinal County.

P.O. Box 904, Florence, AZ 85132
Harold Christ, President & CEO:
602-810-7448
Melissa Johnson, Executive Director:
602-459-5265

Subscribe Now!
Follow us on social media