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Please reach out to members of the Queen Creek Town Council with your concerns regarding the impact this will have on traffic and safety in our area (...
Did you know that you cannot have an occupied RV on your property in unincorporated (outside city limits or HOAs) in Pinal County?Under a 1962 Ordinan...
Queen Creek and Shea Homes officials claim that Encanterra has officially been annexed into Queen Creek. However, under Arizona State law, the Encante...
This week the Pinal County Board of Supervisors held a Special Session to consider a single agenda item – a media access agreement between Wall to Wal...
Rural Metro saved our Christmas and not only did they save our Christmas but during the summer they shared Armani's flyer for her cure SMA stand ...
As a resident of Encanterra, I am astounded that Queen Creek has determined to move ahead with annexation of our community despite a pending appeal be...
Dear Men and Women of the San Tan Valley Rural Metro Fire Dept.,Especially the firefighter's and paramedics who saved my husbands life on Good Friday ...
America continues witnessing an epidemic of gun violence that concerns all of us. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other sources, on average each year there are 36,000 killed in our country. And some 100,000 more are injured by guns. A grim total of some 136,000 lives torn apart each year by a seemingly unstoppable epidemic.
On Friday, June 21st the Town Council made public a proposed settlement of its outstanding disputes with Florence Copper. The Town Council says it is willing to resolve the outstanding court cases. However, by attempting to dictate a one-sided settlement with a 45-day take-it-or-leave-it drop dead date their action suggests otherwise.
An open letter to the residents of the Town of Queen Creek and San Tan Valley. Shared with ❤️ and kindness.
Thirty-three of thirty-four states who have approved the use of medical marijuana have also required mandatory testing to ensure patient safety. Guess which state doesn’t?
The Town of Queen Creek has been on a systematic path over the last two years to take over Johnson Utilities service area near its borders by any means necessary, including through dubious business practices, misleading regulators and customers, and now outright poaching. Are these underhanded ploys a road to annexation?
Growing up biracial, I would say I was a bit confused on how to identify myself. My mother is white and my father is black. Although interracial dating is accepted today (somewhat) and a lot more common, that doesn’t erase the history that comes with it. 
Last evening I unfortunately had to call for help two times.  My husband has dementia and wasn't injured but fell twice.
Following our recent election, as 2018 draws to a close it is not an exaggeration to say that Pinal County residents have much for which to be grateful. Despite illogical political reward to candidates who fail to represent one’s best interests, we’ve generally survived the over-heated campaigns.
This is in reference to Encanterra Annexation (Case No. P18-0103). I am a resident of Encanterra and I do not support annexation by Queen Creek.
I WANT YOU TO CONTACT THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMISSISSION (ACC)! TODAY, Monday October 15, 2018 the ACC is going to be voting on if, or how they intend to handle developers that want to build new homes. The ACC needs to hear from you!
A few months ago, during the Education Demonstration, I wrote an Op Ed piece talking about funding schools with a real testimony from the perspective of an educator, the spouse of an educator and the son of an educator. After much has settled and a 10% "raise" was issued, I think its important to expand on this testimony.
We did not ask for nor do we choose to be annexed into Queen Creek. We are a large and increasing number of residents living in a development named Encanterra located in unincorporated San Tan Valley close to the southeastern border of Queen Creek. On May 3, 2018, a handful of residents living in Encanterra took it upon themselves to make a preliminary application with the Town of Queen Creek to annex Encanterra as well as other adjacent farmland, Fry’s Marketplace, and the medical plaza on the Encanterra side of Gantzel Road. Later on June 5, this same group filed a formal application for this purpose. Subsequently, the annexation map was revised two more times, each time eliminating some of the adjacent land until it included only Encanterra.
Private water utilities have been provided a tax refund due to the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2018, but Global Water’s Maricopa customers aren’t getting the full amount they deserve. Their tax savings have been reduced to only a one-time bill credit for the tax credits of their January through September 2018 bills.

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