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Water utility expansion means more ‘shovel ready’ sites

Water utility expansion means more ‘shovel ready’ sites

By Kyle Daly | InMaricopa.com Without the right infrastructure, development can’t happen. That’s why Maricopa officials are inviting landowners who have property not served by the city’s main water and wastewater provider to step forward. Global Water, the company that owns and operates the city’s water and […]

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Visitor center at Ruins closed for 3 months

Visitor center at Ruins closed for 3 months

Casa Grande Dispatch The visitor center and museum at the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is closed until about July 1 to allow for repairs to electrical wiring and the heating and cooling systems. The center closed on April 1, but the park remains open and admission […]

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Man accused of selling his medical pot

Man accused of selling his medical pot

Florence Reminder & Blade-Tribune A 32-year-old San Tan Valley man has been accused of reselling his medical marijuana, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office said. The sheriff’s Narcotic Task Force received information in February that Phillip Vaughn was selling high grade hydroponic marijuana. During the next few weeks, […]

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Casa Grande council approves plans for new subdivision

Casa Grande council approves plans for new subdivision

By Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch Work on a new 307-home subdivision could soon begin near the intersection of McCartney and Trekell roads. The Casa Grande City Council on Monday approved a development agreement and plans for Arroyo Grande, a 103-acre subdivision. Plans for Arroyo […]

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Pinal supervisors tire of lack of progress on ICE contract

Pinal supervisors tire of lack of progress on ICE contract

By Brian Wright | Maricopa Monitor The Pinal County Board of Supervisors issued an ultimatum to the federal government on Wednesday — either work with us, or we’re done. Supervisors voted to give the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency — a division of Homeland Security — six […]

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Eloy considers adopting 2012 International Building Codes

Eloy considers adopting 2012 International Building Codes

Eloy Enterprise The City of Eloy’s Community Development staff will be recommending that the Mayor and Council adopt the 2012 International Building Codes. Over the past year staff has been researching updated codes from other Arizona communities, and has prepared code amendments for Eloy that are consistent […]

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ASU’s Orr disagrees with findings of real estate site about Pinal homeownership

ASU’s Orr disagrees with findings of real estate site about Pinal homeownership

A NerdWallet.com ranking of the best places in Arizona for homeownership listed Maricopa and San Tan Valley in the top two spots. However, Michael Orr of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University disagrees with the study’s findings. According to the study, the average […]

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Pinal wildlife: Support fueling shelter’s resolve

Pinal wildlife: Support fueling shelter’s resolve

By Melissa St. Aude | TriValley Central As Arizona City resident Betsy Lagos, founder of Pinal Wildlife Rescue, prepares to appeal an Arizona Game and Fish Department decision to revoke her wildlife holding license, she said encouragement from the community keeps her going. “I’m so happy to […]

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Feedback continues on rail study

Feedback continues on rail study

By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner The Arizona Department of Transportation is once again seeking public comment on a passenger rail study that could pass through, and create a stop in, Coolidge. Officially called the Passenger Rail Corridor Study, ADOT is trying to find the most plausible […]

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Coolidge hearing to go over development impact fees

Coolidge hearing to go over development impact fees

By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner Members of the public and affected industries will be able to give their say over proposed new development impact fees that could go into effect at the beginning of August. The meeting will be held April 10 at 6 p.m. at […]

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