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BUCKEYE — The Buckeye City Council recently approved a contract that symbolizes what municipalities are dealing with in terms of the spiraling, ever-increasing cost of construction. By … more
BUCKEYE — When your city’s population essentially doubles over a 10-year span, big changes are going to happen to city council district boundaries. That’s what the Buckeye City … more
The city of Peoria has enlisted a couple friends to help fight homelessness in the city. more
A packed agenda is on the table for the next Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. more
A look at the regional homelessness plan plus winners of neighborhood grants will highlight the agenda at the next Surprise City Council work session and regular meeting. more
An update of public art at Surprise Stadium is part of the next Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission meeting. more

The Surprise Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission is set to meet next at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25 at City Hall, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. more
The mayor of Litchfield Park pledged in a Wednesday city council work study session his intention to better appropriate HURF dollars, instead of tapping into the general fund to pay for roadway … more
A discussion on the latest Surprise City Center plans will highlight the agenda at the next Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. more
Billboards will highlight the agenda at the next Surprise City Council regular meeting. more
Starting Monday, Oct. 11, the city of Peoria will be hosting open houses, encouraging residents to participate in the redistricting process by drawing district maps. As required by federal law, … more
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