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News from Neighboring States for May 19, 2018: Too many bad-actor contractors and subcontractors now do not employ many of their workers directly but use “labor brokers.”

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Payroll fraud so rampant in Utah’s construction industry that legitimate firms say they are being forced out of business First phase of I-11 opens next week near Las Vegas Santa Fe ranks as hottest second-home market Colorado: Female Law Professors Hope Settlement Leads to Change California: Running Uphill: The Challenge of Unseating Dianne Feinstein

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Construction labor shortage 30 years in the making, and it’s the industry’s fault, experts say

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By Callan Smith | Rose Law Group Reporter Labor shortages affecting the construction industry from homebuilding to industrial projects was the topic of discussion Thursday morning to a crowd at Valley Partnership in Phoenix. Panelists included Dan Haag, Sundt Construction senior vice president and chief administration officer; Jackie Elliott, Ed. D., Central Arizona College president […]

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Chaparral High School students pull off senior prank on Craigslist

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azfamily Some students at a high school in Scottsdale have listed their school for sale on Craigslist, along with the school administrators themselves. The senior prank at Chaparral High School is partly intended to be a jab at the scandals surrounding the Scottsdale Unified School District, the ad’s primary author said. Three district administrators have […]

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Get in where ya’ fit in: Peoria working on placemaking initiative

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By Philip Haldiman | YourValley.net Picture the hyper-kinetic food markets of India. The street is blanketed with vendors of all kinds. Walking the bustling area, it is easy to get a sense of the demographics and a feel of the city’s energy. And as the sun goes down, the street returns to silence, at least until the […]

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Sober living home proposed for Desert Hills

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By Wes Grunden  | Sonoran News The Cave Creek Planning Commission will meet Thursday May 17, 7pm, at Town Hall to review a proposal for a special use permit to allow a group home for a proposed state licensed Behavioral Health residential facility. The facility to be called Soberman’s Estate, will be a residential sober treatment […]

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Cuen home’s future in Florence once again up in the air; has past ties to Rose Law Group founder and president Jordan Rose

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By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder The future of an old, fragile little adobe on North Main Street is up in the air once again, following a local businessman’s decision to give it back to the town. Known historically as the “Francisco Cuen House and Butcher Shop,” the 130-year-old building is at 11th and Main […]

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AV Homes opens AZ community

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Homes in Buckeye will start in the low $200,000s, well-equipped. Builder AV HOMES® on Thursday announced the Grand Opening of Tenova, a new community in Buckeye, Arizona. The event will be held Saturday, May 19th from 11:00am – 2:00pm, including food trucks, face painting and a jump house. Featuring single-family homes in a park-like setting, Tenova has […]

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Landsea Homes buys land in Chandler

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Will build 78 homes slated for closing in late 2019. Builder Landsea Homes, the Chinese-owned home building company, today announced the purchase of land in Chandler for its first community in Arizona. The company did not disclose terms. The company has developed homes in New York, Boston, New Jersey, and throughout California in Silicon Valley, […]

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Scottsdale building permit records reveal eclipse of multifamily frenzy

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By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent The steady nature of the Scottsdale building permit activity over the last three fiscal years officials say illustrates one of the key hallmarks of a stable economy. While commercial activity remains relatively constant — things like remodels, additions and tenant improvements — one facet of the building activity ledger […]

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The 25 worst-paying cities for construction workers

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Construction workers in the worst-paying location make almost half as much as the average Arizona Daily Sun Everything from the houses we live in to the roads we travel on were all built by construction workers. It’s an important job, yet few workers earn a substantial income in the field. As of 2016, the average […]

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