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Casa Grande City Council Candidates Q&A  

It’s time to get out and vote! This is how change is made for a better community. We asked the local candidates one question: If elected, what are your plans for Casa Grande to ‘Make It Better’? Craig McFarland Running for Mayor Candidate Bio Through my business, charity and life […]


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Current Issue: Summer 2016 Vol II  

Golden Corridor LIVING Magazine – Pinal County’s premiere magazine created to showcase the people, the businesses and the region we call home. Editorial content is relevant to current events and happenings in our area. Our slogan – It’s About LOCAL – isn’t just a cute catch phrase. It is what […]


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COPS GRANT

The City Council has approved a request from the Police Department to seek a federal grant of $19,800 to be used for overtime and supplies for various community policing activities. www.haroldkitching.com/police


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LED LIGHTS

Casa Grande will convert 3,867 of its streetlights to LED, replacing the high-vapor sodium lights that have been around for years. Story, comparison photo, staff report, presentation and financial sheet are posted at www.haroldkitching.com/special.


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CANDIDATE FILINGS

Casa Grande city election candidates have filed financial reports for Jan.1-May 31 showing income (including donations) and expenses. www.haroldkitching.com/political.


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KORTSEN SEWER

Casa Grande is paying an engineering company $499,700 to figure out what would be the best alignment for one of the three reliever line routes studied for Kortsen Road. “Currently, the existing sewer lines within Kortsen serve approximately half of the city’s wastewater service area,” Deputy Public Works Director Terry McKeon told the City Council. “The capacity available in […]