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Gov. Janet Napolitano is going to Washington this week to urge Congress to approve a public works program to help stimulate the economy.
Careful to avoid any invocation of the “s-word” — subsidy — that motivates activists to fire up the photocopiers to crank out petitions, developers of a proposed south Scottsdale retail-residential complex revealed updated plans for their project last week, dubbing it with a new name and no requests for city money.
Senate District 23 is a traditionally Democratic district with Pinal County residents the majority of its constituents. There will be no Sept. 2 primary election, as longtime legislator Rebecca Rios is not being challenged for her Senate seat by anyone in her own party.
Two years ago, a nervous Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority board stiffed a superior bid from Mesa and awarded the Arizona Cardinals pro football stadium to Glendale.
The Williams Gateway Airport Authority will begin seeking developers who can foot the bill for up to $30 million in infrastructure to open part of its property for business.
NEWCOMER: Chris Clark plans to focus on economic development and infrastructure.
Cities around the nation, including Scottsdale, are submitting potential infrastructure improvement projects seeking federal funding.
Todd Graham is considering holding some ASU practices at Camp Tontozona near Payson, but the fields and infrastructure need significant work after four years of neglect.
GORI, Georgia - Russia's foreign minister declared Thursday that the world "can forget about" Georgia's territorial integrity, and officials said Russia targeted military infrastructure and equipment - including radars and patrol boats at a Black Sea naval base and oil hub.
Taking no chances, Rep. Russell Pearce of Mesa, is lining up support from the Republican Party infrastructure to help cinch his election to replace Karen Johnson in the Arizona Senate.
As a candidate for Senate, I will advocate improving education, business, and infrastructure, in our community.
Littlejohn Engineering Associates (LEA) announced the addition of Jim Martin, PE, RLS, as director of public works and transportation services in the Phoenix office. Martin has 28 years of design and project management experience and will be serving in a key position with his emphasis on public sector and infrastructure projects.
John Munger: Imagine reviving Arizona's economy almost overnight. Imagine creating thousands of high-paying jobs and broad-based prosperity today in Arizona. Imagine at the same time finally having the money to solve many of our critical statewide transportation and other infrastructure problems.
The Queen Creek Town Council approved a $36 million purchase agreement Wednesday for the acquisition of privately owned Queen Creek Water Co.
I strongly urge the Arizona Department of Transportation’s board members to vote yes on March 18 to bring passenger rail to Arizona. We live in the 21st century and our transportation and infrastructure needs to reflect that. The rest of the country has started to accept modern transportation and Arizona cannot afford to be left behind!
The proposed changes are an attempt to make the fees "fair and equitable" by creating uniform fees throughout the city. The city imposes the fees on new construction and major redevelopment projects to pay for water and sewer infrastructure and to acquire additional sources of water.
Queen Creek officials are on the path to approve a $7.9 million sales tax incentive agreement with a developer building outside of the town’s limits.
A $260.6 million bond package to improve Mesa’s water pipes and other infrastructure appeared well on its way to victory Tuesday night. Mesa voters were asked to approve four utility bond issues to upgrade the city’s water, wastewater, gas and electric systems.
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith on Monday pointed to the passage earlier this month of two city bond issues supported by the city's first property tax in decades as evidence that Arizonans will open their wallets for public transportation and other infrastructure projects - if political leaders present a clear vision.
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith has joined an influential bipartisan coalition that seeks to prioritize federal investment in the country's infrastructure, be it roads, levees or schools.
It’s every commuter’s nightmare scenario: During a crowded evening rush hour, the I-35 west bridge across the Mississippi River in Minneapolis collapsed, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens more.