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What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management

What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management

What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management by Cat Brown | CopperArea The Town of Superior is nestled in the shadows of the Apache Leap mountain. It’s an iconic face of the town. The mountain and its future has been a hot […]

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Study: Planned 2,510-acre motorsports destination expected to bring in $1.2 billion

Study: Planned 2,510-acre motorsports destination expected to bring in $1.2 billion

Study: Planned 2,510-acre motorsports destination expected to bring in $1.2 billion by AZ Business Magazine An economic impact study for the construction and operation of a planned motorsports destination in Pinal County, released by the developers, estimates the project will generate $1.2 billion in economic impact while […]

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Late concessions lead to development’s approval in Marana

Late concessions lead to development’s approval in Marana

Late concessions lead to development’s approval in Marana by Brad Allis | Marana News The Marana Town Council voted to approve a controversial rezoning for a 674-home development plan after the homebuilder negotiated with neighboring homeowners to make additional concessions. The Tapestry developer met with residents as […]

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Apache Junction Invests In Infrastructure In Bid For Growth

Apache Junction Invests In Infrastructure In Bid For Growth

Apache Junction Invests In Infrastructure In Bid For Growth By  Jimmy Jenkins | KJZZ Most people start their day with a mug of coffee, but Brian Warner is filling his morning cup with a water sample straight from the Central Arizona Project Canal. Don’t worry though, he’s […]

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Coolidge opposes ‘detrimental’ bill backed by Pinal representative

Coolidge opposes ‘detrimental’ bill backed by Pinal representative by Kelly Fisher | Coolidge Examiner Coolidge City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday officially opposing a bill that was introduced by a representative of a large portion of Pinal County. House Bill 2143 relates to public contracts and […]

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Eloy City Council greenlights City Hall project

Eloy City Council greenlights City Hall project

Eloy City Council greenlights City Hall project by Kevin Reagan | The Eloy Enterprise Three contracts were approved Monday night by the Eloy City Council to initiate construction of a new City Hall building. The project is estimated to cost $7.5 million and three funding sources have […]

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Spotlight Interview: Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb (VIDEO)

Spotlight Interview: Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb (VIDEO)

Spotlight Interview: Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb (VIDEO) by Mason Callejas | inMaricoa Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb sits down with InMaricopa’s Mason Callejas to talk about his first days in office, his approach to enforcement, RICO funds, border issues and the budget, and what he sees […]

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Trails at Tortosa subdivision plan raises concerns about emergency access

Trails at Tortosa subdivision plan raises concerns about emergency access

Trails at Tortosa subdivision plan raises concerns about emergency access by Michelle Chance | inMaricopa The Planning and Zoning Commission made a recommendation to the city council for approval of a new subdivision pre-plat proposal in Tortosa Monday evening during its meeting at City Hall. The “Trails […]

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New two-mile-long earth fissure discovered in southern Pinal County

New two-mile-long earth fissure discovered in southern Pinal County

New two-mile-long earth fissure discovered in southern Pinal County A fresh, ~ 2-mile long earth fissure occurs 10 miles south-southwest of Picacho Peak State Park on Arizona Trust Land in southern Pinal County (Figure 1a & b.). This new fissure, which is oriented roughly north-south, parallels other […]

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Casa Grande RV park planning to expand

Casa Grande RV park planning to expand

Casa Grande RV park planning to expand Sundance 1 RV Resort is planning to add a second campus near its existing location. The owner will develop about 18 acres north of its present park, located at 1703 N. Thornton Road, to include 106 new units. The expanded […]

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