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How will hemp grow in Arizona? Omar Abdallah, Rose Law Group attorney handling hemp-related issues, weighs in. Hemp is known to be a sustainable and versatile crop, but will it grow well in Arizona? See what Omar Abdallah says about it in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2KwOivV

Ranking Arizona: Top 10 master-planned communities in 2019. “Here are the Top 10 master-planned communities [over/under 2,501 homes] in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona.” http://bit.ly/2HQZCRr

Virtua Partners adds chief development officer. Opportunity Zones and Avalon Station are top development priorities for Virtua Partners and Jeremy Hall, as the former president of “now shuttered” MCO Properties becomes the company’s very “first chief development officer.” PBJ (Subscriber Content). http://bit.ly/2Wb8HZA 

Downtown Chandler bursting with new development. What next? AZCentral looks at various developments — projects completed and those underway, from dining and entertainment options to office and multifamily developments — that continue to transform the “once sleepy” city center” into an ever-evolving “hotbed of activity.” http://bit.ly/3110nPH

Redevelopment plans filed for Scottsdale Entrada on McDowell Road. It was once part of a POW camp during World War II holding German U-Boat prisoners. It was later part of city’s Motor Mile of car dealerships. Now, developers want to bring multifamily, office and restaurants to the 33.4 acre property. Details in Mike Sunnucks’ report at RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2KnEsfr

Gilbert council to vote on new homes at Hamstra Dairy property. Reporter Mike Sunnucks looks ahead to this week’s council vote on Maracay’s plans for new homes at Chandler Heights and Val Vista. RLGR. http://bit.ly/2WltWMV

RFP Issued for new ASU multi-purpose sports arena. “The 5,000 seat multi-purpose arena will be located directly northeast of and will attach to the Wells Fargo Arena, where a major renovation project is also planned.” Tap to BEX for rendering, RFP details, plus info on how to participate in an “online pre-proposal conference.” http://bit.ly/2IilOTw

Maricopa buys land to sell for development at Copper Sky. “The $2.65 million purchase at the corner of [SR] 347 and Bowlin Road took place for one reason. The city may now determine who will and won’t be part of the development at Copper Sky, next door to its $30 million Copper Sky multicultural complex and park.” InMaricopa. http://bit.ly/2JTZnHO

Hot pursuit of permit that ‘isn’t needed’ defines Vigneto development controversy. El Dorado Holdings says it doesn’t need a clean-water permit to develop the 12,300-acre, 28,000-home project — but it “applied for the permit anyway.” In this Daily Star report, enemies of development question whether El Dorado Holdings and the Army Corps (as permitting authority) are “trying to have it both ways.” http://bit.ly/2JTr9Eb

One of a kind’ hotel before Sedona P&Z. “Ambiente: A Landscape Hotel is the latest hotel to be proposed in Sedona.” And, as Red Rock News notes, not only is it “unlike anything the area has seen,” but it’s also “being touted as the only one of its kind in the United States.” -> http://bit.ly/2Wl6oI3

Pinal County has some economic lessons for Gila County. “Both started as ranching and mining communities. Both were rural, with no big population center. Both struggled to create an economic base to provide good jobs. But then, Pinal took a different path.” Payson Roundup. http://bit.ly/2WcOtyu

A BREAKTHROUGH? —Paradise Valley narrows focus as part of Lincoln median improvements. “A conclusion is becoming more clear regarding the Lincoln Drive median improvements after the Paradise Valley Town Council zeroed in on access [via a median break] to one property along the roadway.” Paradise Valley Independent. http://bit.ly/2JSCCUB

Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans joins race for State House. Saying that there “is a disconnect between our state representatives and local municipalities,” Flagstaff Mayor Coral “Evans announced Saturday her intentions to run for one of the two seats representing Legislative District 6 in the Arizona House of Representatives.” Daily Sun. http://bit.ly/2K0eQWX

Flagstaff councilmember Jamie Whelan to run for mayor following Evans’ state bid. “Whelan announced Saturday evening that she would be seeking to replace Coral Evans as mayor of Flagstaff.” A tiny bit more on this in Daily Sun. http://bit.ly/2WCkHaL

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9th Circuit Court upholds Arizona law challenged by Libertarians. “Judge Margaret McKeown… said that voiding the law — and going back to the way things were — would ‘incentivize parties to have fewer registered members and therefore artificially reduce the signature requirements.’ “A Cap Media Services/Howard Fischer report in Daily Starhttp://bit.ly/2IlktvA

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