Michael Hernandez supports the incorporation of San Tan Valley, and Sen. David Farnsworth, a Mesa Republican, wasn’t willing to sponsor legislation to aid that goal.Read More »
The Arizona Corporation Commission will proceed with a vote today to install an interim manager at Johnson Utilities after the water company’s failed attempts in court to halt the appointment.Read More »
The name George Johnson has gained-state wide notoriety in the last year, but his reputation precedes him in Pinal County.Read More »
Pinal County residents long frustrated with utility owner George Johnson are piggybacking on criminal charges against him and others in a civil suit filed Monday.Read More »
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.