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CITY OF AVONDALE: Avondale Public Library kicks off second season of READ 365

Take a year-round reading challenge ---enroll in READ! 365. The program is free and open to all ages.

PIMA COUNTY: Supervisors approve large-truck parking ordinance

The Pima County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance, Monday Aug. 20, to restrict parking of vehicles Trucksweighing more than 20,000 pounds on dedicated Pima County road right-of-way in residential areas.

PIMA COUNTY: Free Water Safety Expo set for Aug. 25 at Manzanita Pool

Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation (NRPR) is helping sponsor a free Water Safety Expo from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Aug. 25, at Manzanita Pool, 5110 S. San Joaquin Ave.

TOWN OF QUEEN CREEK: Crismon Road Extension Opens in Queen Creek

Motorists now have an additional north-south option when traveling through Queen Creek.

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE: Love Scottsdale? You’re invited to become an Old Town Ambassador

Who are those helpful, red-shirted people in Scottsdale? You may have seen them walking around or riding the trolley. Most notably, you may have spotted them talking to people at one of two carts located in Old Town. They are Scottsdale Ambassadors.

MESA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Garden Pool celebrates non-profit growth and unveils storefront in Mesa

Garden Pool (GP), an international NGO, celebrated the grand opening of the Garden Pool storefront and Farmer's Corner on July 30 in the El Rancho Del Sol complex, 659 E. Main St.-- a first-of-its-kind market which provides materials for local patrons to build and maintain their own at-home gardens.

CITY OF GOODYEAR: Spring training continues to draw big fans and big dollars

New report suggests annual spring training season contributes approximately $373 million to Arizona's gross domestic product.

COCHISE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT: Cochise County branch library closing for remodel

Sunsites Community Library will close for three weeks in August to allow for renovation work.

TUCSON METRO CHAMBER: Cox Announces Latina Entrepreneurs of the Year

Annual campaign celebrates its sixth year honoring Latina business owners

TOWN OF GILBERT: Proposed Changes to Gilbert, Arizona's Utility Rate

The Town of Gilbert has reviewed the fiscal health of the water, wastewater (including reclaimed water) and environmental services utilities and has determined that rate adjustments will be needed to keep the funds balanced with expenses over the new few years

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE: Public invited to learn about Scottsdale Bike Station Study

The City of Scottsdale received funding from the Maricopa Association of Governments to conduct a Bicycle Station Study to evaluate and recommend locations and amenities for bicycle parking options south of Indian Bend Road.

TUCSON METRO CHAMBER: Renascence Celebrates New Location and Expansion of Services

If you aspire to turn back your biologic age and live younger longer, the Renascence lifestyle & preventive-aging medical services will help you take control of your health destiny.

TOWN OF QUEEN CREEK: Home Rule, Local Expenditure Authority, to be Determined by Queen Creek Voters at Aug. 28 Election

Queen Creek voters will have the opportunity to vote on the Alternative Expenditure Limitation on the Aug. 28 ballot.

CITY OF AVONDALE: Avondale to hold public design input meeting for Festival Fields skate park and pump track on Aug. 7

The Avondale Parks and Recreation Department will be holding a public design meeting with representatives of the American Ramp Company to discuss designs for a new skate park and a pump track at Festival Fields Park. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, August 7 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Avondale City Hall.

CITY OF MESA: Register for Parks and Recreation Fall Programs beginning July 23

Fall is just a few weeks away and Mesa's recreation programs and classes are the perfect way to keep families active and having fun.

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