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Your collector car should have a cool license plate

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Transportation  /  No Comments

By Eric Hill | Rose Law Group attorney working in the fields of automotive investment and renewable energy If you’re planning on buying a collector car during Car Week this year, you’ll soon be faced with several choices for license plates when you register it with the state. Arizona offers several specialty license plate options for owners of collector […]

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Affordability, housing demand highlight Belfiore’s big AZ Dealmakers event

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Jim Belfiore is gearing up for his 11th Annual AZ Dealmakers next Thursday at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa. Belfiore said more than 900 attendees have already signed up (a record amount) and the event will outline the state of the regional real estate market and where […]

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An Arizona ‘Dreamer’ watches his life become a Phoenix Theatre musical, ¡Americano!. Is Broadway next?

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Featured News  /  No Comments

His hope of being a marine died because he was undocumented. Now a “Dreamers” life is a musical that Phoenix Theatre Company aims to take to broadway. By Kerry Lengel | Arizona Republic OVERTURE: I DREAMED A DREAM Move over, “Hamilton.” A revolutionary musical promises to break down barriers and give voice to hundreds of thousands […]

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Origin of the names of Pinal County roads and streets

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Transportation  /  No Comments

By Brian Kramer | Casa Grande Dispatch Casa Grande area Thornton Road — Henry D. Thornton, a native of rural Illinois, moved to Casa Grande to farm a quarter section west of Casa Grande in 1920. Thornton had grown up learning that trade but went to a polytechnic school in Peoria, Illinois, to study watchmaking. In […]

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State of the Town of Carefree: January, 2020

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Les Peterson | Sonoran News Dear Carefree Residents and Businesses, Happy New Year and best wishes for a healthy and prosperous 2020! This past fiscal year contains many positive indicators, most prominently, increasing the Town’s Capital Reserve Fund by over $1.2 million. As a result of these significant savings, the Town has begun an […]

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Flagstaff considers new water plan

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Government and Politics, Water  /  No Comments

By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun As Flagstaff continues to grow, so does its need for water. But now the City of Flagstaff is looking to create a new water master plan in hopes of ensuring the city has an adequate supply of water far into the future. City Water Resources Manager Erin Young […]

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Brnovich vs. Gallego vs. DiCiccio on Phoenix’s higher fees on Uber, Lyft rides to Sky Harbor

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  By Mike Sunnucks, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich thinks higher rideshare fees imposed by the city of Phoenix on Lyft and Uber rides to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport run afoul of state law. Brnovich said yesterday he wants to the Arizona Supreme Court to strike down the higher fees […]

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Last holdout building at Fiesta Mall sells

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Alison Steinbach | The Republic A real estate investor paid $7 million for the last holdout building at Mesa’s once bustling Fiesta Mall, the Dillard’s Clearance Center, earlier this month. The store closed Jan. 7. This leaves the mall entirely empty and owned by two companies. It’s unclear what might be planned for the space. Steven Johnson […]

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Seeking a revival: Metrocenter may get a new owner, but redevelopment will cost millions

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

Metrocenter was once the Valley’s power mall. Now Phoenix officials are seeking a new owner willing to invest in the property’s redevelopment in a project that could take years. By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal Once upon a time, Metrocenter was the king of the Valley’s shopping malls. As the largest mall in the […]

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Eloy ends agreement with development that never progressed

Posted by   /  January 17, 2020  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Maria Vasquez | Eloy Enterprise The city has decided to terminate a 15-year-old development agreement with a proposed residential-commercial subdivision because no progress has been made on the project. At its Monday meeting, the city council pulled two items for discussion from the consent agenda which included the approval of terminating the Rancho Del […]

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