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County changing Pinal Airpark

County changing Pinal Airpark

County changing Pinal Airpark By Susan Randall | Casa Grande Dispatch The guard shack and its forbidding, wooden arms are gone — so is the guard who used to demand identification and a reason for being there. Pinal Airpark is changing. Visitors are welcome now. The restaurant […]

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Rural Transportation Advocacy Council update – Congress passes highway trust fund fix through May

Rural Transportation Advocacy Council update – Congress passes highway trust fund fix through May

Rural Transportation Advocacy Council update – Congress passes highway trust fund fix through May Just three hours before the U.S. Dep’t of Transportation was scheduled to implement rationing and reimbursement delays for federal transportation funding, Congress passed a bill last night that will provide an additional $10.8 […]

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Candidates for 4 Pinal County offices gather at large ‘Dispatch’-sponsored forum

Candidates for 4 Pinal County offices gather at large ‘Dispatch’-sponsored forum

Candidates for 4 Pinal offices gather at large ‘Dispatch’-sponsored forum By Shane Dale | Casa Grande Dispatch Pinal County Legislative District 8 Senate The need to secure additional state revenue was the primary topic of discussion among the incumbent Democrat and the three Republican challengers for the […]

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Access Arizona: Business retention gains attention

Access Arizona: Business retention gains attention

Access Arizona: Business retention gains attention By Shane Dale | Casa Grande Dispatch Reach out to thriving local businesses, ask them probing questions and let them know you’re available to help. That was the over-arching message delivered to more than 40 area business and governmental leaders by […]

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Town of Hayden to make budget cuts

Town of Hayden to make budget cuts

Town of Hayden to make budget cuts By Mila Besich-Lira | Copper Basin News Last week the Town of Hayden approved its annual budget at $8.5 million. With the current amount budgeted the council announced that there will be close to $600,000 in cuts to the budget. […]

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EPA Issues Final Rule Adopting Emission Reduction Plan for Navajo Generating Station

EPA Issues Final Rule Adopting Emission Reduction Plan for Navajo Generating Station

Contacts: Crystal Thompson, Central Arizona Project, (602) 321-9349, Vickie Patton, EDF (720) 837-6239, Linus Everling, GRIC (520) 562-9763, Stephen Etsitty, Navajo Nation (505) 870-6595, Scott Harelson, SRP (602) EPA Issues Final Rule Adopting Emission Reduction Plan for Navajo Generating Station Final Regional Haze Rule Provides Greater Emission […]

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Coolidge Chamber of Commerce endorses home rule option

Coolidge Chamber of Commerce endorses home rule option

Coolidge Chamber of Commerce endorses home rule option By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner With ballots being mailed out to Coolidge voters on July 31, residents will have to begin deciding whether to continue the city’s home rule option for another four years. Proposition 404, which will […]

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Florence Town Council candidates state their qualifications

Florence Town Council candidates state their qualifications

Florence Town Council candidates state their qualifications Candidates for Florence Town Council responded to a request from the Florence Reminder to provide their qualifications and their views on key issues by completing a questionnaire. Following is the first of three articles containing their responses. The three candidates […]

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City of Apache Junction Accepting Applications for Board & Commission Vacancies

City of Apache Junction Accepting Applications for Board & Commission Vacancies

Constance Halonen-Wilson Public Information & Marketing Communications Specialist (480) 474-5080 chalonen@ajcity.net City of Apache Junction Accepting Applications for Board & Commission Vacancies Citizens who want to be more involved and contribute to the community are sought for board and commission positions. The city of Apache Junction is […]

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Water for Living Project Receives Large Contribution

Water for Living Project Receives Large Contribution

For More Information Contact: Constance Halonen-Wilson Public Information & Marketing Communications Specialist (480) 474-5080 chalonen@ajcity.net Water for Living Project Receives Large Contribution Businesses, organizations and citizens continue to provide water for those in need. The Water for Living Project has received a steady stream of donations from […]

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