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Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of Cannabis and Hemp Departments, comments on: How to start making money from hempEntrepreneur Magazine examines four “crucial things you need to know” before venturing into the cultivation of hemp. What does Adam Trenk say is a must? Find out via his remarks on the report in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2mHO0Zx

Casa Grande panel to get first look at Lucid site plans. While P&Z will have to wait until Thursday for its first OFFICIAL look at the site plans, everyone can check them out right now at PinalCentral. -> http://bit.ly/2mERWdl

John McCain’s legacy: Architects compete to transform dry Salt River. “For the second year, the Phoenix-metro chapter of the American Institute of Architects is hosting an ‘ideas competition,’ encouraging [pretty much anyone] to pitch ideas on how to transform the riverbed into an environmental and economic hotbed.” AZCentral. http://bit.ly/2odymp2

Shea Homes Trilogy brand turns 20. With Trilogy® no longer in its teens, Shea Homes looks back at how the resort lifestyle brand “was one of the first to integrate many mainstay amenities and home options.” Builder. http://bit.ly/2oilPR6

3 projects that are shaping the future of Downtown Phoenix. “The Link PHX, Block 23 and two buildings going up at the newly renovated Arizona Center.” Each in “different stages of development,” but all expected “to bring more people and vibrancy” to downtown. AzBigMedia. http://bit.ly/2nnE7AD

ASU in downtown Mesa: A sneak preview. Jumbotron, movie studios, 3D immersion facility — “stunning architectural goals” proving ASU@ Mesa City Center “is not just another office building.” EVT chats with designers and city officials about the project that’s “putting Mesa on the map.” http://bit.ly/2ojJXTm

Maricopa County among markets where median-priced homes remain unaffordable for average wage earners. But at least we’re not alone…  ATTOM finds “371 of 498 U.S. counties” also are “not affordable for average wage earners.” For full report, including heat-map findings, tap on! http://bit.ly/2mEXogj

Flagstaff to vote on The Wedge development. City Council is scheduled to vote today on a 47-home subdivision on 47 acres near the W.L. Gore Campus. Reporter Mike Sunnucks takes a quick look at the project in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2mEC7mY

Trammell Crow proposes new office building in Scottsdale. The former Vanguard campus location could see a new office building and sizable parking garage if things go as planned for Trammel Crow. RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2oiy8NC

Farmers Insurance lines up for $250,000 incentive for 900-job Phoenix expansion plans. Under consideration at today’s City Council meeting: An economic development incentive for Farmers Insurance, which is seeking to expand its operations center off I-17 near Happy Valley. RLGR. http://bit.ly/2oX1a5s

Pollack: Repo, man!The Monday Morning Quarterback goes deep, way beyond impeachment headlines, unloading an analysis of “the most interesting economic issue” of the week: The repo, or repurchase agreement, market. Extra points include: U.S. • Consumer Confidence • Mfg. • Home Sales & Prices. AZ: Lodging • Home Prices – Phoenix. http://bit.ly/2mKerOe

‘Imagine Buckeye’ is ‘best’ general plan. Congratulations to Buckeye! It’s Imagine Buckeye 2040 “blueprint for creating America’s next great city” has received “the American Planning Association Arizona Chapter’s award for 2019 Best General Plan.” WWV. http://bit.ly/2ofumo9

Scottsdale ranks top in U.S. for vegan, vegetarian restaurants. What other Valley cities cracked WalletHub’s list for clean-eat offerings? Find out in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2mFnbFc

Scottsdale is among the nation’s top 30 coffee cities. What do food & beverage reports have to do with real estate? It may be a stretch to cite “coffee shops per capita” (a factor WalletHub considered here), but that’s what we’re banking on! KTAR has the buzz. http://bit.ly/2noqL7c

Sky Harbor runway repairs could cause delays. Get ready for some potentially lengthy tarmac sitting, as one of the south runways at Sky Harbor will be closed for repairs starting in November. Sunnucks landed the details and has ‘em in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2p6kwp1

Rose Law Group becomes first in Arizona to establish stand alone hemp practice. RLG Partner Adam Trenk will lead the firm’s Hemp Department, as well as its Cannabis Department. “For nearly a decade Adam has been representing traditional agriculture interests. His knowledge and experience has led to many legal victories when working with hemp regulations to provide clients unmatched advice and assistance,” says Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose. RLGR. http://bit.ly/2p5d8u1

Music and Matches at The Scottsdale Polo Party November 2nd –http://bit.ly/2nhgYiN

RLG HIRING: Rose Law Group is seeking a receptionist for our fun, fast-paced firm that offers opportunities for advancement.http://bit.ly/2UgnCCk

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As a supplement to the Dealmaker, we thought you might enjoy these articles!

Ballot proposal would kill cap on interest rates. “Calling it a ‘stand against socialism,’ a proposed constitutional amendment would give banks, finance companies and other lenders free rein to charge whatever interest rates they want to Arizona customers.” CMS | Howard Fischer | ACT. http://bit.ly/2mFaV7B

Regulators take utility disconnection rules under consideration. “State utility regulators are trying to determine how hot is too hot – at least when it comes to blocking electric companies from shutting off the power to customers.” CMS | Howard Fischer | ACT. http://bit.ly/2mFs5SC

Court says 2016 school funding measure illegal. “Gov. Doug Ducey acted illegally in pushing his 2016 plan to take money for K-12 education out of a trust account without first getting congressional approval, a federal judge has ruled.” CMS | Howard Fischer | ACT. http://bit.ly/2mFAd5z

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