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Community Swimming Pool tops the agenda at City Council on April 27

Community center swimming pool rehabilitation Council engaged in a lengthy discussion of the potential rehab of the community center swimming pool, which has been closed since 2014. They listened to public comment and also discussed the potential Cobre Valley Aquatic Center, which would serve the entire region with more amenities. …

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Globe City Council discusses vacancy on Council, new Business Licensing guidelines and personnel issues at April 13 meeting.

  Members of the Globe City Council: Mayor Al Gameros, Vice Mayor Mike Stapleton, and council members Freddy Rios, Mike Pastor, Jesse Leetham, and Fernando Shipley. All members were in attendance. Small Business Licensing/Registry Council discussed new business license code provisions for home-based businesses. Linda Oddonetto, Economic Development Director, said …

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Planting seeds of opportunity in Superior Arizona. Upcoming Meet Up April 22.

SUPERIOR- The Town of Superior, Arizona is known as a destination for it’s unspoiled nature, rich heritage and elevated outdoor adventures. But what you may not know is that Superior is also planting the seeds of entrepreneurial opportunities by partnering with SEED SPOT. SEED SPOT is an internationally award-winning entrepreneurship …

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Arts funding, CAG monies and American Rescue Plan funds on the agenda at Globe City Council meeting on March 23.

  Members of the Globe City Council: Mayor Al Gameros, Vice Mayor Mike Stapleton, and councilmembers Freddy Rios, Mike Pastor, Jesse Leetham, Charlene Giles, and Fernando Shipley. All members were in attendance.  Arts Commission Update Thea Wilshire, representing Globe’s new Arts Advisory Commission, presented an explanation of the Arts Advisory …

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Mayor Gameros responds to governor’s no-mask executive order.

To The Citizens of Globe, Today Governor Ducey signed an Executive Oder 2021-06 that outlined the “New Phase of COVID-19 Mitigation-Business Guidelines Transition from Requirements To Recommendations”.  The Executive Order is effective immediately, and addresses the following bullet points; Events of more than 50 people will no longer need the …

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Chairman Rambler responds to withdrawal of Resolution Copper FEIS

San Carlos Apache Reservation Chairman Terry Rambler Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that it is directing the Tonto Nation Forest to rescind the Final Environmental impact Statement and draft Record of Decision for the proposed Resolution Copper Mine. This action stops the transfer of Oak Flat, land that …

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Objection period ends March 1 for Tonto’s proposed decision on copper mine

PHOENIX, February 10, 2021 — For Immediate Release. Interested parties who previously submitted formal comments about the Resolution Copper Project and Land Exchange have until March 1 to file an objection to the Tonto’s proposed decision. Guest ContributorGuest Contributors include press releases, guest authors, and columnists who contribute less than 4 …

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Health Depart issues update regarding vaccine schedule for Gila County

GILACOUNTY- Gila County Health Department appreciates your patience in this time of COVID-19 vaccine. Our goal is to provide every resident in Gila County the opportunity for a COVID-19 vaccine. The CDC has published extensive recommendations for a phased approach for vaccine delivery within Gila County over the next several …

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