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    Major upgrade of Pinal County transportation infrastructure unveiled at five public meetings

    April 6th, 2016

    North-South Corridor linking U.S. 60 with Interstate 10 is biggest project in PRTA proposal   An effort to sell Pinal […]

    Superior Police may get military-grade vehicles as Superior Council okays pact with Apache Junction But vandalism problem sours Council Members on continuing ADOT contract on Highway 60 rest stop

    March 11th, 2016

    By James J. Hodl Issues ranging from the possible acquisition of military-grade vehicles for use by the Superior Police and […]

    House bill that could enable San Tan Valley to become Arizona’s 11th largest city advances

    March 3rd, 2016

    ‘Let’s talk this over before enacting HB 2385,’ opponents to incorporation vote plead   Now that legislation that would ease […]

    Superior Town Council accepts a mutually-beneficial agreement with Resolution Copper; Mining company to pay Superior $1.65 million for police, fire services through 2021

    February 13th, 2016

    Things were downright somber on February 11 when compared to two previous meetings as the Superior Town Council spent much […]

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    Pinal Supervisors approve lower developmental impact fees levied on new construction

    February 11th, 2016

    But rules under which developers can apply for special fee consideration sent back for more work   Reductions in most […]

    New Pinal Rural Fire Rescue & Medical District accused of not answering medical assistance calls

    February 5th, 2016

    ‘True,’ say PRFR&M officials, but they note they are still organizing with full services coming in May Is the new […]

    Council members, citizens demand Mayor Valenzuela resign for misuse of town bank cards

    January 15th, 2016

    Council members, citizens demand Mayor Valenzuela resign for misuse of town bank cards “I made a mistake,” Valenzuela pleads as Council […]

    Pinal Supervisors postpone lowering impact fees to consider special needs for large retiree homes

    December 23rd, 2015

    A proposed revamping of how Pinal County levies developmental impact fees on new construction will have to wait until early 2016 while the county’s