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Come July, Litchfield Park will have a new police services provider. more
The Litchfield Park City Council will meet in virtual special session Wednesday, April 7, to consider terminating its police services contract with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and directing staff to begin negotiations with the city of Avondale to provide those services beginning July 1. more
In the early hours this morning, the city of Tempe began construction on a roundabout at Grove Parkway and Priest Drive. As part of the Vision Zero action plan city leaders say they are on the … more
Tempe City Council is providing a $1.2 million transfer from the municipal general fund meant to provide a shot in the arm into expansion plans for creating more affordable housing within city … more
Plans for new housing subdivisions in master-planned communities could be approved by a committee of the city engineer, planning manager, development services principal engineer or principal … more
I remember when I was first elected to represent District 6 in Mesa. We were just coming out of the recession, and there was hardly any construction taking place. Here we are six years later and Mesa … more
The Mesa City Council on Monday is to vote on recommendations to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control for eight liquor license applications — five for businesses. Liquor … more
On Monday, April 12, Surprise City Hall and other city administrative buildings will open to the public, following a temporary closure due to COVID-19. more
Six industrial multi-tenant buildings of more than 509,932 square feet are planned north of Ray Road and west of Ellsworth Road in Mesa. A site plan review and special-use permit for the 35.2-acre … more
As part of Tempe’s initiative to combat homelessness, the city has created a park safety program meant to improve upon city parks and support those experiencing homelessness. This effort is … more
Much to the chagrin of some nearby residents, 1,060 acres of state-owned land leased to Duncan Family Farms in Goodyear may soon be home to office and industrial buildings, including a Samsung semiconductor manufacturing plant. more
Requiring recreational marijuana businesses to be treated the same as existing medical marijuana dispensaries in the city code and allowing standalone establishments is to be considered by the Apache … more
Over one year into the pandemic, Phoenix is renewing its commitment to helping the most vulnerable when it comes to housing. more
Tempe City Council is implementing new strategies to help people who are experiencing the trauma of enduring homelessness within municipal bounds. more
At its last work session discussion, Tempe City Council discussed in detail of proposed programs to receive funding from 2021 tribal gaming grants. Arizona legislation “requires … more
The Tempe Human Services and Community Safety working group provided City Council updates recently of its efforts focused on improving the lives of local residents. Since its debut in 2018, the … more
Recreational marijuana establishments and testing facilities will only be allowed in Litchfield Park’s Monument Point Business Park under an ordinance introduced during the City Council’s regular virtual meeting March 17. more
Not everybody gets excited over an audit but Scottsdale Schools’ superintendent proudly announced that the local City Council has agreed to audit the district’s Hohokam Elementary School bond project. more
Phoenix officials are mum about a land deal expected to support a new semiconductor facilities plant near Deer Valley Airport. A land property, totaling 223.79 acres, is set to be auctioned March 30 and potentially could be home to semiconductor facilities. According to published reports, a company in Taiwan is looking at the Valley land for a massive fabrication plant. more
The Litchfield Park City Council will hold a public hearing and consider an ordinance regulating recreational marijuana use and establishments during its regular virtual meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 17. more
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