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The Dealmaker: 7/02/2019

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Jordan Rose goes cover girl on front page of Trends Magazine! Congrats to Rose Law Group’s founder and president, on the cover of Trends Magazine and giving us the lowdown on law, luck, lists, love and “living life on her own terms” in a piece titled “The Legal Ease of Jordan Rose.” http://bit.ly/2RSYlwL

Michael Pollack earns Chandler’s Community Cup Award. Rose Law Group congratulates client Michael Pollack! The real estate “redeveloper” has received “one of the highest honors given by the 1,400-member Chandler Chamber” for his “long-term volunteerism and commitments to the local community.”AzBigMedia. http://bit.ly/2J5QVDt

Nike fight over ‘Betsy Ross’ shoes, Colin Kaepernick (and now Doug Ducey) puts Goodyear plant, $2M development, job incentives in political storm. Just as Goodyear was set to vote on Nike’s plan for a 505-worker manufacturing plant, enter this unlikely trio: Former San Fran 49er turned racial justice advocate Colin Kaepernick, first American flag-maker Betsy Ross and Gov. Doug Ducey. The story in this RLGR report by Mike Sunnucks. http://bit.ly/2J5PCEH

[OPINION] Hey, Nike, you red, white and blew it by dissing Betsy Ross.“Nike is in retreat because Colin Kaepernick was offended by its Betsy Ross shoes. Now Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is delivering a well-aimed pushback.” By Laurie Roberts, AZCentralhttp://bit.ly/329q4hF

Fulton Homes strives to offer ‘Apple store experience. “Just like when walking into an Apple Store, Fulton buyers [frequenting Fulton Homes’ Design Center] are in complete control of their experience, right on their smartphone.”AzBigMedia. http://bit.ly/30blwp9

Valley custom homebuilders see prices settling in, new features in demand. Top custom homebuilders talk “memorable features” and “price point” particulars in a quick-hitting Q&A from PBJ. (Subscriber Content). http://bit.ly/2XGgL9f

The offsite tipping point: What’s holding builders back? Why “modular construction’s time may finally have come.” By John McManus inBuilderhttp://bit.ly/2Yp4Wl0

Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers elected as MAG vice chair, MAG Transportation chair. “Developing a transportation” plan will be the chief focus for Mayor Weiers and his mayoral MAG colleagues — Tempe’s Mark Mitchell (chair), Mesa’s John Giles (treas.); Phoenix’s Kate Gallego, Tolleson’s Anna Tovar and Avondale’s Kenneth Weise (members-at-large); QC’s Gail Barney (Executive Committee). YourValley.  http://bit.ly/2XiHSmF

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway ADOT’s 2019 Airport of the Year. “Community outreach and growth are among the reasons Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Airport of the Year for 2019.” This is the third time the airport has landed the award. API. http://bit.ly/2XmQdKP 

Mesa is one of the best-run cities in America. And it was “the only Arizona city to secure a Top 20 spot” in WalletHub’s annual Best- and Worst-Run Cities in America. Highlights in AZCentral. http://bit.ly/2XQulat 

McCain Mural in Old Town Scottsdale back on hold. City Council was slated to consider ‘The Maverick Mural’ at its meeting today, but it was taken off the agenda to allow mural backers time to work out details with neighboring property owners. More on the mural matter in Mike Sunnucks report at RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2ROA8Yj

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Kaites angling for county attorney post. “Lobbyist and lawyer John Kaites is eyeing a possible appointment as Maricopa County’s top prosecutor if County Attorney Bill Montgomery gets a seat on the Arizona Supreme Court.” Arizona Mirror. http://bit.ly/326t8La

AG to appeal ruling on 2017 campaign finance overhaul. Read how and why “Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich will appeal a ruling that parts of a campaign finance overhaul violated the Voter Protection Act.” http://bit.ly/309FbWb

Utility regulator seeks outside probe of heat death. “[Lea Marquez Peterson] wants an outside investigation of the heat-related death of an Arizona Public Service customer and the policies of the Arizona Corporation Commission and the actions of its staff that may have contributed to that,” Howard Fischer reports in AZ Cap Timeshttp://bit.ly/2XllkBI

Opioid legislation creating strain for Valley veterinarians, pets. “[The Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act] not only changed how doctors prescribe medication to human patients but also, how they prescribe opioids to their furry patients as well.”KTAR. http://bit.ly/2YucAuk  

Baseball shocked by the untimely death of former D-back Tyler Skaggs, 27. “Skaggs died in his Texas hotel room, at age 27, hours before the Angels were scheduled to face the Rangers on Monday.” The Athletic remembers the Halo’s hurler “who touched countless lives in the city he loved.” http://bit.ly/2J6veTW

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