San Tan Valley residents have taken the first steps toward putting the question of incorporation on the ballot after a victory at the Legislature eliminated the veto power of neighbors.Read More »
Residents of the San Tan Valley are now free to try to incorporate their area as a new city.Read More »
The nearly 110,000 residents of San Tan Valley are within a few steps of being able to seek a vote to incorporate the community.Read More »
A House panel agreed to ease the rules for when new cities and towns can be formed, a change in law that foes insist will harm the ability of existing communities to grow.Read More »
Rural San Tan Valley area residents were left in a lurch late last month when a water utility shut off a standpipe they used to fill water tanks and hydrate their families, pets and homes.Read More »
Johnnie Robinson has won the Democratic nomination for the 4th Congressional District seat.
Robinson and Mikel Weisser had been separated by less than one-tenth of a percentage point following last month's primary election. Robinson was declared the winner this week after a recount of votes.
I know there will be plenty to debate regarding immigration, but I assume much time will also be given to the fiscal health of Arizona and to sensible state laws. Along that line, here are three questions people should ask political candidates as we get closer to the election:Read More »