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Supervisors adopt first land use plan for San Tan Valley

Sat, Nov 17, 2018

Development

FLORENCE — Planning in San Tan is about to get a little more organized. On Oct. 31, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved a general plan for a 70-square-mile area of San Tan Valley. The comprehensive plan is the county’s first attempt at regulating land-use designations and the preferred locations

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Company sues Johnson Utilities over failed land deal

Wed, Nov 21, 2018

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SAN TAN VALLEY — A company is faulting Johnson Utilities’ poor water service as the cause for its inability to sell property to homebuilders in Pinal County, according to a civil complaint filed in court last week.

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Tags: Arizona, Pinal County, San Tan Valley, Johnson Utilities

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Goldwater Institute seeks to overturn impact-fee ruling

Wed, Jan 5, 2011

Development

Arizona RepublicBy Gary Nelson The Goldwater Institute is asking the state Supreme Court to overturn a November Court of Appeals ruling that validated Mesa's practice of assessing new-home buyers a fee that is used to enhance the city's museums and cultural programs.The Appeals Court committed a "serious legal error," Goldwater

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Tags: Arizona, Goldwater Institute, Local Government, Impact fees

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Report: Redistricting to benefit Maricopa, Pinal counties

Fri, Oct 15, 2010

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Arizona RepublicAssociated Press PHOENIX - Uneven population growth in Arizona during the past decade means Maricopa and Pinal counties are poised to gain additional congressional and legislative representation at the expense of the state's other 13 counties, a redistricting consulting firm reports.Boundaries for U.S. House districts and Arizona legislative districts are

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Tags: Census, Growth, Arizona, Redistricting

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Caballeros won't reveal names of campaign donors

Fri, May 1, 2009

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Casa Grande DispatchBy Harold KitchingLos Caballeros de Casa Grande, the group pushing a proposal to increase the city's sales tax by nine-tenths of a cent to build a major league baseball stadium and recreation complex, apparently will not make public a list of those who have donated money, the amounts

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Tags: Pinal County Development, Casa Grande, Los Caballeros de Casa Grande, major league baseball stadium and recreation complex

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Official: Deals could save ADOT millions

Tue, Apr 14, 2009

Development

Arizona Republic by Jonathan J. Cooper Public-private partnerships such as toll roads and letting companies build and operate rest areas hold promise for Arizona, a senior state Department of Transportation official told lawmakers Monday. ADOT could save tens of millions of dollars a year through such partnerships, John McGee, chief

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Tags: Public-private partnerships, toll roads, ADOT

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