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Pinal County will not accept $3,387,435 from the federal government to hire a vaccine equity employee and distribute COVID-19 vaccines to underserved communities, the public health services board of … more
PHOENIX — At a Sept. 27 special meeting, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is set to vote on the boundaries of 834 proposed precinct boundaries at its Sept. 27 special meeting. Since … more
The city of Buckeye — having doubled in size over the past 10 years — is being carved up into several new precincts. An online meeting was held Thursday, Sept. 9 to inform Maricopa … more
Seven weeks of private and public tours are planned at the Mesa Arizona Temple, 101 S. LeSueur in Mesa, with thousands of people expected to attend. The Mesa Board of Adjustment on Sept. 1 voted … more
The callous indifference for Pinal County’s most at-risk communities for contacting COVID-19 was exhibited by a recent 3-2 vote by the board of supervisors against accepting a federal $3.4 … more
An apartment complex to be expanded at East First Street and North Hibbert can be longer than allowed in the T5 main street flex transect zoning district, the Mesa Board of Adjustment decided … more
Smaller signs can be removed and a larger one installed outside a 95-acre recreational vehicle subdivision with 60 feet of frontage on Main Street, the Mesa Board of Adjustment recommended … more
A 2,273-square-foot detached guest house and garage can be constructed in front of a home in Las Sendas, the Mesa Board of Adjustment decided recently. The board on Sept. 1 voted unanimously in a … more
As chairman of the Board of Supervisors, I’ve made it clear that to secure a brighter future for our county, we don’t just need to beat the pandemic, we also need to put into place … more
All COVID-19 vaccines have been proven to be highly effective at preventing serious illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19. Last week, the FDA gave a new level of approval to the Pfizer vaccine for people ages 16 and up. If you have been hesitant in the past about the vaccine, I hope this new level of assurance will be the encouragement needed for you to get the vaccine. more
Renewable natural gas derived from cow manure and industrial food waste is being produced by a business in Stanfield that was recently approved for a second issuance of solid waste disposal … more
Authorizing the Pinal County attorney to enforce civil hearing office findings of violations at an Apache Junction property on South Yavapai Road is to be considered by the Pinal County Board of … more
Authorizing the Pinal County attorney to enforce civil hearing office findings of violations at an Apache Junction property on West Whiteley Street is to be considered by the Pinal County Board of … more
Authorizing the Pinal County attorney to enforce civil hearing office findings of violations at an Apache Junction property on West Kaniksu Street is to be considered by the Pinal County Board of … more
Even as he argued against a mask mandate, he considered an opt-out option to be pointless.  more
A restaurant building that has been vacant for more than a decade at 1231 W. Baseline Road in Mesa is to house a Frutilandia Latin Treats. The Mesa Board of Adjustment on Aug. 4 voted unanimously … more
A Starbucks drive-thru coffee shop is to be constructed west of North Stapley Drive on the south side of East University Drive in Mesa in the limited commercial zoning district. The Mesa Board of … more
A substantial conformance improvement permit has been approved for a proposed Renegade Coffee Co. business at 1242 W. University Drive. The Mesa Board of Adjustment on Aug. 4 voted unanimously to … more
A Mesa resident cannot add a 15-foot-tall section to a 10-foot-tall detached garage of a home at 2811 E. Norwood St., the board of adjustment decided recently. Chad Brackman of HiCaliber Design … more
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors on Aug. 4 passed a resolution recognizing Gold Canyon Community Inc. as a valuable partner for enhancing community outreach and receiving community input on … more
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