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The Phoenix City Council is expected to vote next month on whether a controversial development near Anthem should move forward. The development — the Arise North Phoenix — has … more
The physical and natural infrastructure that Arizonans depend upon for their water supply needs attention. more
President Biden is in ongoing talks to discuss his multi-trillion-dollar infrastructure plan. Ever since its release, critics have claimed that many aspects of the plan have nothing to do with infrastructure. more
Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., discussed economic growth and opportunities with local leaders during two stops in the Southwest Valley on Tuesday, June 1. 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
The Phoenix City Council on Wednesday approved funding for 11 new dual-port electric vehicle charging stations to be placed around the city at public libraries and parks. more
City of Phoenix residents - your water bill could go up over the next two years. Last week, the Phoenix City Council passed a measure that will increase water rates 6.5% by 2022. The first increase- a 3% hike- will take effect later this year - on Oct. 1. The second - a 3.5% increase - will be implemented in March 2022. more
Over the last few months, Washington has seen major legislation travel along two wildly different paths. more
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