Quantcast
Home / Tag Archives: Arizona Corporation Commission (page 12)

Tag Archives: Arizona Corporation Commission

Feed Subscription

Phoenix Streetcars (access required)

In the late 19th century, just about every city of any size had a streetcar or trolley line. In Phoenix, there was the Phoenix Street Railway System, which operated from 1887 to 1948. It was owned and operated by the great promoter and subdivision mogul, Moses H. Sherman, until 1925, when the city of Phoenix took over operations.

Read More »

Reefer madness

Commissioner Paul Newman wouldn't speak to reporters yesterday, but provided a written statement in which he said he couldn't have had anything to do with the marijuana because he was in Tucson during the time in question.

Read More »

Solar advocates say waste incinerators aren’t green enough (access required)

A proposed waste-to-energy plant in Phoenix is being touted by supporters as a source of renewable energy and a way to minimize the amount of trash in landfills. But critics of the project argue that the waste incinerators aren’t as green as supporters make them out to be — and the proposal has a loophole that could allow a utility to get renewable energy credit for burning fossil fuels.

Read More »
Scroll To Top