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211.5 acres of land in Casa Grande sells for $2.53M

NAI Horizon facilitated the $2.53 million sale of a swath of land in Casa Grande, Arizona, that had been listed with NAI Horizon 14 years ago as the proposed Morado Hills Industrial Park. The property sits +/-1.5 miles directly north of and across Interstate 8 from the 2,360-acre Attesa Motorsports...
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First Alert Weather: Phoenix area gets hit with rain, blowing dust

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Monsoon activity is starting to ramp up in parts of the Phoenix area. Blowing dust came up from the south and hit parts of Southeast Valley on Wednesday afternoon. Drivers reported low visibility on the Loop 202 Santan Freeway in Chandler. Rain was spotted near Interstate 17 and 19th Avenue. A dust storm warning was in effect for the Southwest Valley, from South Mountain Park to the Chandler Fashion Center, until 4:15 p.m.
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Several Valley restaurants closing temporarily for ‘summer vacation’

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- As the restaurant industry continues to struggle with staffing shortages, supply chain shortages, and surging costs of supplies and food, some businesses are taking an unusual step to shut down during the slower summer season in the Valley. Local site Mouth by Southwest noticed several restaurants...
CHANDLER, AZ
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SpaceX rocket cruises through town overnight (Video)

A rocket cruised through Maricopa overnight – at a snail’s pace. The hefty first-stage rocket owned by SpaceX passed through the city in the early hours Tuesday on its way to New Mexico. Accompanied by Maricopa police and Arizona Department of Public Safety officers, the operation was smooth sailing.
MARICOPA, AZ

Pinal supervisors put transportation tax back on November ballot

The Pinal County Board of Supervisors on Monday voted unanimously to place a new half-percent transportation excise tax on the ballot for the Nov. 7 election. If approved by voters, the tax will replace a tiered, half-percent tax approved by voters in 2017 but ruled invalid by the Arizona Supreme Court in March. The excise tax was designed to fund transportation projects in the county, but now about $80 million already collected sits in escrow ready to be refunded by the state Department of Revenue.
PINAL COUNTY, AZ
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Walton Global Sells 92 Acres of Land in Eloy

Walton Global, a real estate investment and land asset management company with $3.6 billion under management, has sold 92 acres of land in the city of Eloy, Ariz. The property is an industrial zoned project within a partially developed master plan called Sunshine Industrial. “The City of Eloy has experienced...
ELOY, AZ

Phoenix Rising FC’s future at Wild Horse Pass remains an uncertainty

CHANDLER — Phoenix Rising FC may have to find a new home following the conclusion of the 2022 USL Championship season. After originally signing a deal that would keep PRFC at Wild Horse Pass in Chandler through the 2026 campaign, new property managers have gone back on agreements made by the previous property management company that originally brought the club to WHP in December 2020.
CHANDLER, AZ
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Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino adds ‘80s sounds to its summer concert series with Culture Club

Boy George and Culture ClubHarrah's Ak-Chin Casino Facebook. (Maricopa, AZ) Boy George and Culture Club are set to rock the Harrah’s concert stage on August 19. Boy George was one of the first male artists to dress androgynously. The band rose to popularity in the ‘80s, when the popular New Romantic music genre that started in the U.K. had its heyday. The band’s unique style is synonymous with their image and keeps fans excited to see their different fashion looks.
MARICOPA, AZ
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Taxpayers covering $377.5K in council pet projects

Each year Chandler City Council members get a contingency fund to spend money on projects they deem important for the community. This year councilmembers awarded $10,000 to explore blockchain record keeping, $17,000 for two award recognition ceremonies that were started this year – and an additional $10,000 for the Endzone Experience, the city’s non-sanctioned Super Bowl party.
CHANDLER, AZ
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