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Casa Grande IDA opts not to sell property

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503cb81cb94d9.imageCasa Grande Dispatch

The Casa Grande Industrial Development Authority decided Wednesday not to sell a building it owns at 305 N. Florence St., just north of the CookEJar restaurant.

Mark Bimson had asked the development authority about leasing or purchasing the building.


Photo: Casa Grande Dispatch (1983) Frito-Lay: On hand for the groundbreaking for the Frito-Lay plant in 1983 were, from left, Casa Grande Industrial Development Authority President Donovan Kramer Sr., Mayor Hugh Guinn, Frito-Lay Vice President of Manufacturing Dennis Frezzo, Pinal County Supervisor Jimmie Kerr and Plant Manager Wally Graham.

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