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The Dealmaker: 6/13/2018

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WELL-WISHES – CAP kills purchase of rural land, water rights for suburban Tucson-Phoenix growth. “The agency that operates the CAP” has voted to stop pursuing “nearly 13,900 acre feet of Colorado River water rights [for Pima, Maricopa and Pinal counties].” It was a “proposed deal” that “sparked vocal and emotional opposition from Mohave County officials and other residents.” KEY well-wishing QUOTE from Thursday’s vote, courtesy of Mohave County supervisor Lois Wakimoto: “We hope you are able to find water… in the three counties you represent.” Arizona Daily Star. http://bit.ly/2LPvVzF

Residential solar storage projects come to Arizona. JLM Energy and N.E.R.D. Power are teaming up for residential use of Phazr, a solar battery that “installs on the roof, directly under the solar panel.” AZ Business Magazine reports that “Phazrs are controlled by JLM’s Measurz software, which directs the batteries to optimize grid applications… providing significant value to solar owners and investors.” READ ON: http://bit.ly/2JJRykb

Mirabella at ASU: The on-campus senior living facility. The “$167 million, 20-story senior living community” is currently under construction at University and Mill. “This facility will mix older adults in with the students and faculty at ASU…” As AzBigMedia notes: “Gone are the places where there’s nothing to do but watch television” — a point driven home all the more by an impressive rendering that kickstarts this rundown of Mirabella. http://bit.ly/2Mqg63s

Banner to build another new hospital. Located on the SE corner of Alma School and Loop 202, the “four-story, 240KSF hospital” will be the first for Banner in Chandler. In addition to serving locals, AZBEX reports that the hospital will also “help fulfill the healthcare needs” of folks in Ahwatukee and Gilbert. http://bit.ly/2yeLfE6

[OPINION] City Hall: Facts about the Crossroads East proposal in Scottsdale. “An opinion published in the Scottsdale Independent” concerning this development near Loop 101 and Hayden “raised many questions.” Economic Development Director Danielle Casey, and Municipal Development Services Director Randy Grant, join forces to supply the answers, in a tag-team, set-the-record-straight response. http://bit.ly/2t2N01b

Suns, Phoenix clash with Goldwater Institute over arena-renovation records. “Deliberations over the Phoenix Suns’ desire for a $450 million renovation of Talking Stick Resort Arena began Tuesday morning at Maricopa County Superior Court.” The dispute centers around the arena as “a government asset” and whether info concerning the makeover must “be open to the public.” Cronkite News. http://bit.ly/2JLHsPX

Continuing to grow: Key projects taking off in 4 southwest Valley cities. “Cities in the southwest Valley are responding to the region’s rapid population growth by investing in infrastructure and amenities… New-and-improved parks and more roads to boost economic development opportunities are among the capital projects in the pipeline.” AZCentral. http://bit.ly/2JQgnhr

From pickleball to bikepaths: What’s in the Tempe budget for you. “City Council on Thursday approved a $492 million operating budget and $191 million in capital expenditures. Much of the capital spending is for infrastructure projects that might not be readily visible to most residents.” AZCentral takes a look a few of the projects that aren’t so out of sight. http://bit.ly/2JIc4S9

Queen Creek public safety costs to swell as assessed property values increase. Budget Director Scott McCarty: “The town is growing in two dimensions… One is the existing property values recovering since the recession or property value peak of 2008-2009. The other is new construction.” During a recent Town Council meeting, McCarty “laid out the increased costs for public safety services this upcoming fiscal year with the increased property evaluations.” Queen Creek Independent has the details. http://bit.ly/2sTiW8P

Paradise Valley town manager tenders resignation. Yesterday, “Kevin Burke announced his resignation from the municipality… ” Paradise Valley Independentlooks at some of Burke’s “accomplishments during his tenure,” and reveals where he’s “reportedly” heading next. http://bit.ly/2sVFOod

Fulton Homes hosts “Stuff the Bus.” “In order to get deserving families prepared for the impending school year, Fulton Homes is donating school supplies via its ‘Stuff the Bus’ campaign. They are partnering once again with KEZ 99.9 for the annual donation drive which runs… to July 15 at Chandler Fashion Center.” Care to contribute? Get further donation details at Arizona Foothills Magazine. http://bit.ly/2JAv49k

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