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Avondale Elementary School District touts smooth back-to-school transition thanks to local company

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(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification.) By Monica Garcia | AZFamily.com PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Avondale Elementary School District is the first public school district in the state to receive HealthyVerify certification against COVID-19. What that means is, throughout the school year, they’ll be following safety measures provided by medical professionals, like Banner Neurological institute and […]

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Burger chain turns pioneer for new small-business bankruptcy law; RLG attorney Dan Gauthier comments

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By Shane Shifflett | Wall Street Journal Twisted Root Burger was a Texas success story, expanding from one casual restaurant in 2006 to 24 sites including restaurants, bars, a brewery and a theater. Now, the company is moving fast in another direction—into bankruptcy. The chain shut down in March. Some sites reopened in June only […]

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Rental homes planned next to Camelback Ranch ballpark in Phoenix

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Credit: The Empire Group (Disclosure: RLG represents this case and The Empire Group.) By Sasha Hupka | The Republic Eighteen acres of land adjacent to the spring-training home for the Los Angels Dodgers and Chicago White Sox will be transformed into high-density housing, the result of a rezoning and general plan amendment that could open the […]

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Trump says upcoming immigration measure will include DACA; exec order not enough, says RLG Immigration Chair Darius Amiri

Posted by   19 hours ago

By Franco Ordonez | NPR President Trump on Friday said he plans to unveil sometime in the next month an immigration measure that he said would include some protections for DACA — the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that provides for work permits and other protections for people brought to the U.S. as children […]

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HealthyVerify Certification helping security firm go ‘above and beyond’ CDC’s COVID standards

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By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Dylan Vicha wanted to go above and beyond the U.S Centers for Disease Control guidelines for COVID-19 for his Scottsdale-based security company. So, Vicha, who owns Windom Security, started working with HealthyVerify Certification on enhanced and best practices for his employees and the multifamily properties they work […]

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HealthyVerify Certification Medical Director Townhall For Avondale Public School District

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Credit: Avondale Elementary School District (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification.) HealthyVerify Certification’s Medical Director Dr. Ana Moran participates in an informative Town Hall hosted by the Avondale Elementary School District – HVC’s first public school district client that has been recently certified to help get kids back to school in the safest way […]

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SUNDAY FEATURE: Why extreme heat is so alarming for the fight against Covid-19

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“I’m actually really worried about indoor transmission.” Large parts of the U.S. Southwest have been feeling like Death Valley this week as a heat wave has boosted temperatures to 120 degrees and beyond. /Credit: David McNew/AFP/Getty Images By Umair Irfan | Vox A heat wave is baking much of the United States with some of […]

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UPDATE: Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill hospitalized in Rhode Island with COVID-19

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Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill was released Sunday from the Rhode Island hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19. Bidwill felt symptoms earlier in the week and tested positive for the novel coronavirus, as first reported by The Republic Friday. After the test, he was admitted to Newport Hospital to monitor his symptoms.  Cardinals Owner Bill […]

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    Phoenix office market remains positive in Q2

    Posted by   17 hours ago

    AZRE | AZBigMedia The Greater Phoenix office market remained relatively healthy during the second quarter, despite business interruptions caused by stay-at-home orders and the impact of coronavirus, according to a report from Colliers International in Arizona.  The office sector posted its 33rd consecutive quarter of positive net absorption and office vacancy remains below 15 percent. The Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale MSA unemployment […]

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    Construction completed at new Novus office building at ASU development district in Tempe

    Posted by   17 hours ago

    By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Ryan Companies and University Realty LLC (ASU Enterprise Partners) have completed construction of a new office building at the Novus Innovation Corridor development in Tempe. The office building, 777 Tower, is located at University Drive and Rural Road. The 160,000-square-foot office building is 84 percent pre-leased, according […]

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    Mesa approves rezoning, tax incentives for future auto mall

    Posted by   17 hours ago

    By Josh Martinez | Queen Creek Independent Mesa was not going to throw away its shot at bringing another auto mall to the city, eyeing the sales tax benefits that will come from the future commercial center. The Mesa City Council hosted a public hearing before unanimously approving a series of resolutions and ordinances that […]

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    How Blend fuels the trillion dollar mortgage market

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    By Mary Ann Azevedo | HousingWire This article was written for FinLedger, HW Media’s new fintech-focused news brand designed specifically for financial services professionals in banking, insurance and real estate. Stay tunedfor updates. If you’ve refinanced or purchased a home digitally lately, you may or may not have noticed the company powering the software behind it. There’s a good […]

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    Kansas City Royals break ground on housing unit

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    By Jason Stone | Surprise Independent The Kansas City Royals broke ground July 9 on The Fountains at Surprise Center, their new four-story player housing complex, just south of a similiar facility for the Texas Rangers, which opened up late last year. The complex will include 47 apartment units, a meeting room, classroom, and dining […]

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    Flag P&Z OK’s multifamily mixed-use

    Posted by   18 hours ago

    By Tasha Anderson | AZBEX An undeveloped, forested 13.65-acre site at the NWC of Fourth Street and Butler Avenue in Flagstaff may become the site of a new horizontal multifamily mixed-use development.  The owner, Flagstaff at 4th, LLC, also shown as Caliber Companies on the documents submitted to the city, is requesting to rezone the site, which is bounded to the north […]

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    MEANWHILE… Lakes owner asking U.S. Supreme Court to intervene

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    By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News The six-year battle over the future of the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course could land before the nation’s highest court, owner Wilson Gee’s attorney disclosed last week. Attorney Daniel Maynard told Superior Court Judge Campagnolo said he would be asking the high court to grant his appeal from Arizona […]

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    Investor group looks to develop former Phoenix golf course

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    By Brandon Brown | Phoenix Business Journal For nearly four years, the Club West Golf Course in Ahwatukee has been abandoned, but now an investor group is trying to win over the community on an idea to turn the land into homes and a park. In fall 2019, the investor group calling itself the Edge, […]

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      Latest updates on cities around Arizona and their operations during the virus chaos

      Posted by   17 hours ago

      By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff As Covid-19 still remains a reality in Arizona, cities and municipalities have all responded in various ways to the virus. Public meetings, developmental and other city services are all effected by rapidly changing rules and policies that can possibly affect us business for the unknown future. Every city and […]

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      Gilbert at 100: How it became the nation’s largest town

      Posted by   17 hours ago

      AZBigMedia By Alison Steinbach | The Republic In 100 years, the hay-shipping capital of the world grew into the largest town in America.  A 500-person rural outcrop southeast of Phoenix was incorporated as an Arizona town named Gilbert in July 1920.  Today, Gilbert is a growing suburb with more than 250,000 residents. Its population has more […]

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      Chandler Chamber to host virtual job fair

      Posted by   17 hours ago

      By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Chandler Chamber of Commerce will hold a virtual job fair on Wednesday where job seekers and employers can meet online. The Chandler Chamber’s Meet Your Match will be held 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. The job fair is being held in partnership with the Chandler Gilbert Community […]

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      Mesa approves rezoning, tax incentives for future auto mall

      Posted by   17 hours ago

      By Josh Martinez | Queen Creek Independent Mesa was not going to throw away its shot at bringing another auto mall to the city, eyeing the sales tax benefits that will come from the future commercial center. The Mesa City Council hosted a public hearing before unanimously approving a series of resolutions and ordinances that […]

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      Maricopa moving forward with floodplain plan

      Posted by   18 hours ago

      InMaricopa.com During the past decade, the City of Maricopa has leaned on three far-reaching, collaborative, highly expensive projects with hopes of transformation. One, the grade-separation of State Route 347 at the Union Pacific tracks, was completed last year. Another, the improvement of SR 347 from Maricopa to Interstate 10, is more reliant on other entities […]

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      Slowly but surely, Mesa getting a new downtown

      Posted by   18 hours ago

      Downtown Mesa. / downtownmesa.com By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune After decades of big plans followed by bigger disappointments, the foundations of new downtown Mesa are emerging as city leaders and developers look past the COVID-19 pandemic towards a brighter day. Piece by piece, a new downtown is starting to come into focus, with […]

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      Latest updates on cities around Arizona and their operations during the virus chaos

      Posted by   4 days ago

      By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff As Covid-19 still remains a reality in Arizona, cities and municipalities have all responded in various ways to the virus. Public meetings, developmental and other city services are all effected by rapidly changing rules and policies that can possibly affect us business for the unknown future. Every city and […]

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      Jobs brewing in New Frontier

      Posted by   4 days ago

      By Tom Scanlon | Glendale Star Along the Loop 303, the “Welcome to Glendale” signs might need an addendum: “Please apply within.” In the rapidly expanding “New Frontier” area of west Glendale, where the city has been gobbling up massive amounts of land via annexation, jobs are coming—by the hundreds, perhaps even by the thousands. […]

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        2020 Elections View All →

        Who is running in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District?

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        Candidates for U.S. HSubmitted ouse, District 1, in Arizona: U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran (left) and former Flagstaff City Council member Eva Putzova, both Democrats. /Submitted Photos By Ronald J. Hansen | Arizona Republic Rep. Tom O’Halleran is trying to squeeze between a Democratic challenger well to his left and get past a Republican challenger not […]

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        Groups challenge proposed ballot measures in court

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        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Business groups are trying to keep Arizonans from voting on proposals to hike taxes on the most wealthy and give hospital workers a pay hike. One challenge, filed by a group financed by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, alleges that the legally […]

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        Politics, the misunderstood cornerstone of elections

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        By Dillon Rosenblatt | Arizona Capitol Times Polls are flooding the world with who’s up, who’s down, and what’s on the mind of the people as the 2020 election is well underway. And while polling is a cornerstone of politics and elections, teaching about polling isn’t a high priority of public schools, and the media […]

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        Here’s why Martha McSally and Daniel McCarthy won’t debate ahead of GOP Senate primary

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        By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | Arizona Republic Republican primary voters in Arizona won’t get a debate between the two candidates in the race for the U.S. Senate seat, despite call after call from incumbent Sen. Martha McSally’s challenger. With early ballots arriving in voters’ mailboxes this week, McCarthy called McSally’s refusal to debate a “blatant […]

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        Who is running for Maricopa County recorder? Fontes faces two Republican challengers.

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        Fontes, who assumed office after a fumbled presidential preference election in 2016 by the former county recorder pledged to simplify the voting process and eradicate long wait times.  By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic Two Republicans are looking to unseat Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes this election cycle. The recorder’s office oversees voter registration and early […]

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        George Conway’s Lincoln Project targets Sen. Martha McSally in virtual town hall ad

        Posted by   5 days ago

        The Super PAC includes George Conway, the husband of White House aide Kellyanne Conway, and Steve Schmidt, a former adviser to the late Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | Arizona Republic The Lincoln Project, the Republican group of critics of President Donald Trump, is now targeting Sen. Martha McSally in their hopes […]

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        Voting by mail likely will play big role in Arizona election, says Secretary of State

        Posted by   5 days ago

        Primary Election Day is Aug. 4. The last day to register to vote in the primary was Monday. KTAR Arizona’s top election official said Wednesday that the coronavirus outbreak was going to make voting by mail an important option for the state’s upcoming primary. “We know that vote by mail works. It’s safe, especially now […]

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        Who is running for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors?

        Posted by   7 days ago

        The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is comprised of, from left, Bill Gates, Steve Chucri, Jack Sellers, Clint Hickman and Steve Gallardo. By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic All five seats on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors are up for election this year — and all but one seat is competitive.  Maricopa County is […]

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          Cheating spouses, secret addictions and identities — marriages are buckling under COVID quarantine; RLG Partner and Family Law Director Kaine Fisher shares his view

          Posted by   7 days ago

          By Marisa M. Kashino | Washingtonian One Sunday afternoon in late April, a Washington mom I’ll call Marie is parked outside a CVS in Northern Virginia. Her family thinks she’s out running errands. Which is mostly true. But she’s also here because ever since the coronavirus lockdown hit, her car has become an oasis—a private […]

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          Arizona cities with the highest shares of families with kids

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          AZ Business Magazine | AZBigMedia Parents were the unsung, multi-tasting heroes of the lockdown period. One can only imagine how it is to juggle the job, parenting, and homeschooling in these past few months. And the burden was probably heavier on single parents. There are 33.4 million families with children under 18 in the U.S., and […]

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          Former County Assessor Paul Petersen pleads guilty to welfare fraud in international adoption scheme

          Posted by   4 weeks ago

          Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen leaves the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City with this attorney Scott Williams,/Scott Winterton/Deseret News By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  Former Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen pleaded guilty Thursday to welfare fraud and forgery connected to an international adoption scheme he operated in Arizona, Utah and Arkansas. Petersen, during […]

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          Unemployed parents see no refunds as child support overcharges continue, such mistakes common with DES, says RLG partner, Family Law director Kaine Fischer

          Posted by   2 months ago

          By Laura Gómez | Arizona Mirror Every month Raymond Kingman has to pay $250 in child support, but the Arizona Department of Economic Security has been taking $275 a week in child support deductions from his unemployment pay. Since mid-March, when the downtown Tucson restaurant where he worked as a server closed and he lost […]

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          Fearful of covid-19, older people are changing their living wills

          Posted by   2 months ago

          By Judith Graham | The Washington Post Last month, Minna Buck revised a document specifying her wishes should she become critically ill. “No intubation,” she wrote in large letters on the form, making sure to include the date and her initials. Buck, 91, had been following the news about covid-19. She knew her chances of […]

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          Banner Gateway treated 20 pregnant women in Paul Petersen’s adoption scheme without raising alarms

          Posted by   3 months ago

          Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen leaves the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City with his attorney Scott Williams and another unidentified man on Nov. 15, 2019./Scott Winterton/Desert News By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  The staff at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center suspected the pregnant women were in trouble. They came in days apart, three in […]

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          A new Covid-19 crisis: Domestic abuse rises worldwide; Phoenix dealing with it, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director Family Law

          Posted by   3 months ago

          Steve Benson Amanda Taub | New York Times Add another public health crisis to the toll of the new coronavirus: Mounting data suggests that domestic abuse is acting like an opportunistic infection, flourishing in the conditions created by the pandemic. There was every reason to believe that the restrictions imposed to keep the virus from […]

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          Breaking up and social distancing; a precarious time, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director of Family Law

          Posted by   3 months ago

          It’s been a major mind shift, having to be alone in a half empty house with holes from where his stuff was,” Leah, a newly single IT manager, told us./ Malte Mueller Getty Inages Social distancing makes splitting up extra hard. We asked therapists (and the newly single) how to cope with the coronavirus pandemic […]

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            Flagstaff writer asks, ‘Are we losing the Grand Canyon?’

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            Mike St. Pierre and Kevin Fedarko negotiate the exposure on top of the Red Wall layer which cliffs out some 500-800 feet straight to the river. Marble Canyon. KNAU.org A lot of people hike the Grand Canyon because of the scenery or because it’s on their bucket list. Flagstaff author Kevin Fedarko is hiking to […]

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            COMMENTARY: Stronger clean energy standards will mean a stronger Arizona economy

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            More companies are buying power from wind and solar projects. /GETTY By Amanda Ormond | Arizona Mirror Arizona Corporation Commission Chairman Bob Burns is pushing to update the state’s inadequate and antiquated clean energy standards to reflect the state’s potential to build a cleaner, less expensive, just and homegrown energy mix. Commission staff has promised […]

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            Lucid Motors plans to open car stores

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            By Cromwell Schubarth | Silicon Valley Business Journal via Phoenix Business Journal Lucid Motors Inc. is taking a page from rival Tesla Inc.’s playbook, announcing plans on Wednesday to sell its electric cars from posh “studios” in high traffic locations, including Westfield Valley Fair. The company said it will have a “Silicon Valley Studio” at […]

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            Solar deal would create new industry giant

            Posted by   6 days ago

            (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Sunrun.) By Ivan Penn | New York Times Sunrun, the nation’s largest residential solar company, said on Monday that it was acquiring a leading competitor, Vivint Solar, to form one of the world’s largest providers of solar equipment. If approved, the all-stock deal would create a company with about 500,000 […]

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            McSally, other vulnerable 2020 GOPers on board for public lands bill

            Posted by   2 weeks ago

            Grand Canyon By Jacob Fischler | Arizona Mirror Endangered Republican senators such as Arizona’s Martha McSally provided key backing for the public lands bill the U.S. Senate passed June 17, a possible indication the issue holds increasingly bipartisan appeal. The legislation would provide $9.5 billion over five years to pay down the National Park Service’s […]

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            Sunday Feature: San Pedro River, squeezed by growing population, is subject of two lawsuits

            Posted by   2 weeks ago

            “One of the biggest threats to it (the river) is groundwater pumping”  The San Pedro River is at the center of two lawsuits filed by Arizona environmental groups in the hopes of better regulating groundwater pumping and livestock grazing./Photo of courtesy Sandy Bahr/ The Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon Chapter By Madison Staten | Cronkite News […]

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            SUP amendment OK’d for Navajo County solar facility

            Posted by   3 weeks ago

            By Tasha Anderson | AZBEX Global energy storage developer, Invenergy LLC, is requesting a Special Use Permit Amendment from Navajo County in order to construct a 400 MW photovoltaic solar and energy storage facility south of Joseph City, called Hashknife Energy Center.  The Special Use Permit Amendment, which was recommended for approval at the Navajo County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on […]

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            Senate passes major public lands bill

            Posted by   4 weeks ago

            The Great American Outdoors Act will fix crumbling national park infrastructure and permanently support the popular Land and Water Conservation Fund. Visitors Thursday at Yosemite National Park in California./Ezra Shaw/Getty Images By Chris D’Angelo | Huffpost In a rare display of bipartisanship, the U.S. Senate has passed a sweeping public lands package that both addresses […]

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              Marijuana dispensary licensing under Smart and Safe Arizona Act, by RLG Partner and Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk & law clerk Madelaine Bauer

              Posted by   5 days ago

              By Adam Trenk and Madelaine Bauer | Rose Law Group After Arizona’s effort to legalize marijuana failed in 2016, the four-year wait to try again is almost at its end, and a highly anticipated legalization initiative is back on the 2020 ballot. If the Act is passed, the Arizona Department of Health Services (“ADHS”) has […]

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              Smart & Safe Arizona Act: Expungement of minor marijuana violations and how to petition the court, by RLG Partner, Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk & law clerk Madelaine Bauer

              Posted by   1 week ago

              By Adam Trenk and Madelaine Bauer | Rose Law Group In Arizona this November an initiative called the Smart & Safe Arizona Act (the “Act”) will be on the ballot. If it passes it will mean the legalization of recreational marijuana in our state after years of criminalization. The legalization of marijuana will not only […]

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              Citizen initiatives file petitions with signatures to spare

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              The campaign for the Invest in Education Act prepares to submit its petitions on July 2, 2020. /Photo courtesy Stand for Children Arizona/Twitter. By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Four ballot measures submitted their petitions by the deadline Thursday, and the campaigns say they are confident they have enough signatures to fend off any potential […]

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              Group aiming to legalize recreational cannabis submits signatures; a ‘tremendous opportunity,’ says RLG Partner and Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk

              Posted by   2 weeks ago

              By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal A citizens initiative aiming at legalizing cannabis for adult use in Arizona filed 420,000 signatures with the Arizona Secretary of State Wednesday, more than the 237,645 required signatures to get the initiative on the November ballot. “Arizonans are ready to legalize cannabis, and this is the right policy […]

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              Petitions delivered for vote to legalize recreational marijuana in state

              Posted by   2 weeks ago

              Employees of Petition Partners deliver paperwork Wednesday with about 430,000 signatures to put a measure on the November ballot to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by adults. /Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via PinalCentral Backers of a campaign to legalize recreational use of marijuana submitted about 420,000 signatures […]

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              How Smart & Safe Arizona Act allows cities to prohibit recreational marijuana establishments, by Adam Trenk, RLG partner and director of cannabis, hemp departments

              Posted by   2 weeks ago

              By Adam Trenk and Madelaine Bauer | Rose Law Group Reporter As the world starts to emerge from the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis, with the dispensing of medical marijuana deemed essential, recreational marijuana entrepreneurs are waiting in the wings for the legalization of marijuana in Arizona. The Smart & Safe Arizona Act (the “Act”) is on […]

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              Peoria resident heads Mint Dispensary operations

              Posted by   3 weeks ago

              By Philip Haldiman | Peoria Independent The Mint Dispensary has launched a contest in search of the best cannabis-infused creations. This is one of many things the medical marijuana dispensary has done to distinguish itself from the other legal peddlers of medical greenery out there. Raul Molina, a Peoria resident and chief operating officer and […]

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              Tempe cannabis firm expects more than $67M from sale of California assets

              Posted by   3 weeks ago

              By Jeff Gifford | Phoenix Business Journal Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. says it will pocket $61.5 million in stock and cash after completing the initial closing of its divestment of assets in California, with another $6 million expected after a second closing. The Tempe-based medical marijuana company will receive $1.5 million in cash and […]

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                Water View All →

                Maricopa moving forward with floodplain plan

                Posted by   18 hours ago

                InMaricopa.com During the past decade, the City of Maricopa has leaned on three far-reaching, collaborative, highly expensive projects with hopes of transformation. One, the grade-separation of State Route 347 at the Union Pacific tracks, was completed last year. Another, the improvement of SR 347 from Maricopa to Interstate 10, is more reliant on other entities […]

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                How many Phoenix area homes are a flood risk? New data raises questions

                Posted by   7 days ago

                By Caitlin McGlade | The Republic A new model shows that most Maricopa County properties required to have flood insurance may not face the level of risk determined by local and federal authorities.  According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, more than 35,000 Maricopa County properties have a 1% chance of annual flooding. But a nonprofit […]

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                Phoenix seeks to improve wastewater plant

                Posted by   2 weeks ago

                By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Phoenix City Council is slated to vote today on a $5.4 million engineering contract as part of construction and operational improvements at the city’s 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant. City staff is recommending the contract go to Arcadis U.S. Inc.  There were five engineering firms bidding […]

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                Tempe-based firm wins contract for Peoria water plant design

                Posted by   2 weeks ago

                Peoria Independent As growth and development has continued in north Peoria, the need for more water infrastructure has also increased. The Peoria City Council recently approved a contract in the amount of $3.4 million for Tempe-based Wilson Engineers to design an expansion to the Jomax Water Reclamation Facility, near Jomax Road and 123rd Avenue. The […]

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                Sunday Feature: San Pedro River, squeezed by growing population, is subject of two lawsuits

                Posted by   2 weeks ago

                “One of the biggest threats to it (the river) is groundwater pumping”  The San Pedro River is at the center of two lawsuits filed by Arizona environmental groups in the hopes of better regulating groundwater pumping and livestock grazing./Photo of courtesy Sandy Bahr/ The Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon Chapter By Madison Staten | Cronkite News […]

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                Johnson Utilities directed to begin Pecan Water Reclamation Plant expansion

                Posted by   3 weeks ago

                Independent Newsmedia | Queen Creek Independent Johnson Utilities LLC is to begin work on the Pecan Water Reclamation Facility phase 4 expansion and influent pump station and headworks replacement projects, the Arizona Corporation Commission has decided. Pecan Water Reclamation Plant phase 4 is to cost approximately $18 million and will expand the capacity at the […]

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                State leaders discuss major water challenges

                Posted by   3 weeks ago

                By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Casa Grande Dispatch CASA GRANDE — Finding a solution to Arizona’s water problems is going to take input from everyone, according to panelists at the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center’s annual conference. That includes state, federal and local governments, the public, environmental organizations, agriculture and business and may require […]

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                Engineering ‘marvel’ Central Arizona Project: A 35-year-old economic powerhouse

                Posted by   1 month ago

                Central Arizona Project water from the Colorado River flows next to a cantaloupe field near the Pinal County community of Maricopa. / Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star 2018 By Victoria Harker | Chamber Business News Arizona’s engineering masterpiece, the Central Arizona Project (CAP), is celebrating 35 years of delivering Colorado River water to the […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   4 months ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $10M Buyer:  Skyline Education, Inc. Seller:  DBM Skyline GR, LLC Property Type:  Charter School Property Size:  397,694 Sq. Ft. Location:   Gila River – 255 E. Riggs Rd. Chandler, AZ 85249 APN:  303-58-983 Financing: […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

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                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price:  $12.3M Buyer: Hillstone Restaurant Group, Inc. Seller: RSR Agri-Corp Inc. Property Type: Commercial Property Size:  46, 827 SQ FT. Location:  2650 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016 APN: 164-68-653 Financing: Conventional New […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   5 months ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $25.6M Buyer: AMFP IV Tides On Mill LLC c/o Abacus Capital Group LLC Seller: Tides On Mill Owner, LLC Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 321,429 SQ FT Location:  5101 S. Mill Avenue Tempe, AZ […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   5 months ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $6.17 M Buyer: CP WSB-20 LLC  Seller: Walgreen Arizona Drug Co. Property Type: Commercial Property Size: 14949 SQ FT Location: 2707 W Carefree Hwy Phoenix, Arizona APN: 204-02-008 Financing: Cash To view […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   5 months ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $15MBuyer: 9185 East Desert Cove, LLC Seller: Desert Flower Owner, LLC Property Type: Assisted Living Property Size: 142,000 SQ FTLocation: 9185 East Desert Cove, Scottsdale APN: 217-25-575 – 577 Financing: New loan, conventional To view […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/23/2020

                  Posted by   6 months ago

                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Rose Law Group is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/22/2020

                  Posted by   6 months ago

                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Rose Law Group is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 1/21/2020

                  Posted by   6 months ago

                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox Rose Law Group is looking to hire a full time Planner/Project Manager to join the Zoning and Land Use Law team. Duties include managing entitlement and permit processes […]

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