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Apache Junction City Council votes to endorse updating roadway maps

Apache Junction City Council votes to endorse updating roadway maps

Apache Junction City Council votes to endorse updating roadway maps by Apache Junction Independent The Apache Junction City Council at a meeting May 16 voted 6-0 to endorse and support an update of the Pinal County regionally significant routes for safety and mobility. Voting yes were Mayor […]

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Grand jury issues subpoena for RICO-related documents under Babeu administration

Grand jury issues subpoena for RICO-related documents under Babeu administration by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch Former Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu’s administration has once again come under the spotlight in connection with alleged RICO fund misuse. Reports surfaced Friday that a new subpoena was issued […]

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Indicted Johnson Utilities owner steps away from management to focus on his defense

Indicted Johnson Utilities owner steps away from management to focus on his defense

Indicted Johnson Utilities owner steps away from management to focus on his defense by Garrett Mitchell | The Republic Water company owner and founder George Johnson removed himself from the management of Johnson Utilities on Friday after he and three others were indicted on federal charges. Johnson and […]

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Casa Grande mayor continues push to widen I-10; petition being circulated

Casa Grande mayor continues push to widen I-10; petition being circulated

Casa Grande mayor continues push to widen I-10; petition being circulated by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch City officials continue to put pressure on state leaders to address widening Interstate 10 between Casa Grande and Chandler. Casa Grande Mayor Craig McFarland recently sat down with PinalCentral […]

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Marana tentative budget approved

Marana tentative budget approved

Marana tentative budget approved Brad Allis, Tucson Local Media The Marana Town Council approved the tentative budget for the fiscal year 2018 during on May 16. The Town Council will still need to take one more vote to formally approve the budget, but barring any last second […]

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Queen Creek to host public meeting to discuss funding for road improvements

Queen Creek to host public meeting to discuss funding for road improvements

Queen Creek to host public meeting to discuss funding for road improvements by Queen Creek Independent The town of Queen Creek has scheduled a public meeting to discuss the town’s transportation impact fee. A transportation impact fee study, which can be viewed online at QueenCreek.org/TIFS,  was recently completed to help […]

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Florence says residential population growing

Florence says residential population growing

Florence says residential population growing by Mark Cowling | Florence Tribune & Blade Reminder New U.S. Census estimates show the Florence population dipped 2.6 percent from 2015 to 2016, but the town attributes this more to a fluctuating inmate population. The residential population is a different story, […]

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Rezoning OK’d at Hughes Place subdivision in Apache Junction

Rezoning OK’d at Hughes Place subdivision in Apache Junction

Rezoning OK’d at Hughes Place subdivision in Apache Junction by Apache Junction Independent The Apache Junction City Council at a meeting May 16 voted to approve a corrective rezoning of Hughes Place subdivision on Ocotillo Drive between West First Avenue and West Broadway Avenue from medium density […]

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Arizona Commerce Authority says economic growth coming to Pinal

Arizona Commerce Authority says economic growth coming to Pinal

Arizona Commerce Authority says economic growth coming to Pinal by  Karen Schaffner | Casa Grande Dispatch Economic growth is coming to Arizona, and it’s not just coming to Phoenix. “There are big things happening outside Maricopa County,” Matthew Contorelli said. “Big companies are steering away from big […]

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Census estimate shows strong growth in Pinal

Census estimate shows strong growth in Pinal

Census estimate shows strong growth in Pinal by Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services Arizona continues its most rapid growth on the edges of its largest communities, including Pinal County. New figures to be released Thursday from the U.S. Census Bureau finds Queen Creek grew a whopping […]

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