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Casa Grande panel gives green light to rec center

Casa Grande panel gives green light to rec center

Casa Grande panel gives green light to rec center by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch Recreation options are about to get more plentiful, as planning commissioners gave the final approval for the community recreation center. The Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission gave the green light […]

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Council approves permit for wood grinding near Apex

Council approves permit for wood grinding near Apex

Council approves permit for wood grinding near Apex by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa City Council approved another conditional use permit (CUP) Tuesday, this time for a wood-grinding company that happens to sit next door to the planned private racetrack Apex. The company – Arizona Wood […]

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A Boost For Pinal County Home Values, Jobs, Economy Propositions 416 And 417 Will Be Says Top Economist Jim Belfiore

A Boost For Pinal County Home Values, Jobs, Economy Propositions 416 And 417 Will Be Says Top Economist Jim Belfiore

A Boost For Pinal County Home Values, Jobs, Economy Propositions 416 And 417 Will Be Says Top Economist Jim Belfiore [NEWS RELEASE] The infrastructure designed to solve Pinal County’s lingering traffic issues will not only keep traffic moving, it will also bring more jobs to the area […]

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Mayor: Coolidge headed in the “right” direction

Mayor: Coolidge headed in the “right” direction

Mayor: Coolidge headed in the “right” direction by Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner Although Coolidge Days celebrates the city, residents and the president the municipality was named after in 1925, the festival is also a time reflect upon the past and look toward future of Coolidge in […]

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Town, county make deal with business park

Town, county make deal with business park

Town, county make deal with business park by Mark Cowling | Casa Grande Dispatch A development agreement to build a new “Innovation Pavilion” campus north of the Florence Library and Community Center was approved Monday by the Town Council. The agreement — between the town, Startup Pavilion […]

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Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy: Yes on Propositions 416/417

Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy: Yes on Propositions 416/417

Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy: Yes on Propositions 416/417 Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Have a court date in Florence or business to transact in Tucson? Imagine jumping on the North/South interconnect where the U.S. Highway 60 freeway presently ends close to Goldfield Road and driving a straight […]

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Residents reappointed to Queen Creek Transportation Advisory Committee

Residents reappointed to Queen Creek Transportation Advisory Committee by Queen Creek Independent During their Sept. 20 council meeting, members of the Queen Creek Town Council appointed Spencer Hale and reappointed John Ficker, Jane Litchfield, Susan Denton, Ali Naqvi and Robert Estler to the Queen Creek Transportation Advisory […]

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City takes over MCE lease despite incubator’s unknown future

City takes over MCE lease despite incubator’s unknown future by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Maricopa City Council voted Tuesday to sign a lease on behalf of a local small-business incubator, extending its ability to function despite uncertainty about the city’s contract with the incubator’s parent organization. […]

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Mexican consulate talks with City Council on trade, immigration

Mexican consulate talks with City Council on trade, immigration

Mexican consulate talks with City Council on trade, immigration by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Representatives from the Mexican consulate appeared before the Maricopa City Council Tuesday, presenting information about the consulate and their role in the state and nation. Answering an invitation by Councilmember Henry Wade, Deputy […]

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City to loosen restrictions on home businesses in Heritage District

City to loosen restrictions on home businesses in Heritage District

City to loosen restrictions on home businesses in Heritage District by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa City officials revealed a plan at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that could allow homes in the Heritage District to more freely be used as small businesses. The “Adaptive Reuse” Plan, Maricopa senior […]

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