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Coolidge moves to court bigger businesses

By Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner

COOLIDGE — Coolidge is working to attract bigger businesses.

The city took its first steps toward that goal during the July 10 council meeting, where council members approved an ordinance that enables the city to provide economic incentives.

According to City Manager Rick Miller, the resolution will give the city more bargaining power when it comes to luring big business and industries to Coolidge.


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