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Where to allow marijuana dispensaries and other zoning regulations will be considered by the Mesa City Council at a July meeting.Proposition 207, approved by voters in November 2020, allows adults 21 … more
Discussion on the recruitment of a presiding city magistrate is a topic on the Apache Junction City Council’s June 14-15 closed-door executive sessions. The City Council is to meet in … more
Goodyear will get a new vice mayor beginning Friday, June 18. more
The city of Apache Junction is expected to receive $59,000 in fiscal year 2020-21 federal Community Development Block Grant funds from the Arizona Department of Housing regional account. The city may … more
Awarding five nonprofit agencies portions of a total of $80,000 will be considered by the Apache Junction City Council June 15 as part of a consent agenda with other items. Funding is available to … more
The Apache Junction City Council is meeting at 8 a.m. Friday at Central Arizona College for a strategic planning retreat. Items on the agenda are discussion of governance, infrastructure, city … more
A proposed budget deal being considered by Arizona legislators could allow residents to keep more of the money they earn, but it also could have a chilling effect on the budgets of cities like … more
Discussion on the recruitment of a presiding city magistrate is a topic on the Apache Junction City Council’s May 28-29 and June 1 closed-door executive sessions. The council is also to discuss … more
An open storm water channel will be placed underground at Delaware Drive, 16th Avenue to Broadway Avenue, as part of a $3.7 million roadway project. The city of Apache Junction monies and federal … more
As its long-awaited City Center project moves forward, Litchfield Park officials are looking at financing options for $26 million in infrastructure that must be completed before construction can begin. more
Parking in Old Town Scottsdale has been an item of contention for the city council, with residents and council members having many points of view on the issue. Some believe that there is a big … more
The Arizona State Land Department auction of 1,099 acres in Goodyear scheduled for 9 a.m. today, May 19, has been postponed until June. more
Heading to Florence for jail time from an Apache Junction City Court decision may soon mean being housed in a private facility instead of the Pinal County Detention Center. The City Council on … more
The sale of city-owned residential property at 978 E. Roosevelt St. is one of two topics on the Apache Junction City Council’s May 17-18 closed-door executive sessions. The 2.37 acres, … more
Goodyear Fire Engineer Austin Peck may be gone, but he’s not forgotten and his presence loomed large May 13 when the city dedicated its newest fire station. more
Plans for refinancing Tempe’s municipal approach to funding a retirement system for police and fire personnel were discussed at City Council’s most recent work-study session. The … more
Tempe City Council virtually gathered at City Hall to be provided an update to its Transit Tax Fund and proposed mass-transit service changes locally on the horizon. The Tempe Transit Tax was approved by … more
The political action committee United for Mesa has decided to stipulate to a court judgment that will keep a referendum on Mesa’s nondiscrimination ordinance off the ballot. “This is … more
Tempe Mayor Corey D. Woods and members of City Council reviewed recommendations for proposed human services programs set to receive municipal funding for fiscal year 2021-22. Tempe Community … more
Tempe city officials revealed their blueprint for the future of the municipal parks and recreation system throughout the community --- but the final decision rests with City Council. Early last … more
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