Maricopa County’s Smart Justice Initiative recently was honored by the National Association of Counties (NACo) for its system that links former inmates with career options to reduce recidivism and to empower them.
Arizona Department of Education (ADE) recently introduced its new website in conjunction with plans from Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas in its effort to simplify connections among the department, individual schools, educators and the public.
Jodi Low of U & Improved told her audience that having it all is possible with the right skills and tools at the recent Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) Professional Women’s Alliance meeting.
Electricians and mechanical contractors are invited to apply for membership on the city of Tempe’s technical code advisory board of appeals, which has two vacancies for positions involving reviewing local building codes.
Retail home lender Movement Mortgage and its affiliate, Movement Foundation, have donated more than 400,000 bottles of water and have provided a $150,000 grant to support Phoenix Rescue Mission’s Code:Red heat-relief program.
Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE) licensees can sell mobile and manufactured homes not “legally affixed” to their surrounding community’s land once Arizona House Bill 2072 becomes effective Aug. 9.