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Crime rates continue to decline in the Town of Marana, and the Marana Police Department is aiming to keep things that way with the implementation of some new strategic programs and continued public education in 2013.
Unless an appeal is filed, the Town of Marana will become the latest Community Health Analysis Area in the Tucson region to house a medical marijuana dispensary.
When the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission created Congressional District 1 last year, many couldn’t believe the size. CD1, which was created because of the state’s increase in population, is by far one of the largest congressional districts in the nation, and there are two candidates wanting to run it.
Town of OV seeks input on overlay district
Name: Jonathan Paton
Five candidates are competing to become the supervisor for District 1 in Pima County after current supervisor Ann Day steps down later this year.
Marana and Oro Valley may see several unintended consequences as a result of new statewide consolidated election dates, which is a new law passed by the Arizona Legislature.
Sandefer should do more research
On Tuesday, the Republican who will move forward to face Democrat Ron Barber in June’s General Election will be decided.
The Best of the Northwest received nearly 400 votes
Many of the state’s GOP Congressional candidates attended a Tea Party event in Tucson last week, where Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum appeared ahead of Tuesday’s Primary Election.
Brendan Burns, 33
Applicants sought for OV P&Z spot
The budget-planning season for the Marana and Oro Valley town councils has come and gone with the final products being approved in recent weeks.
While many Americans are planning to celebrate our nation’s independence over the 4th of July weekend, local fire officials are preparing for problems that could happen now that the Arizona legislature has made some fireworks legal.
What do 130,970 pennies look like? Students in kindergarten through sixth grades at Estes Elementary School in Marana know. That’s how many of the copper coins they raised to beat out 117 other schools statewide to win the Arizona CENTennial Penny Drive.
Marana voters approved both questions on the General Election ballot Tuesday.
Platelet drive coming to OV Town Hall May 19
On Tuesday, May 17, Marana residents will be voting on the General Plan, and a proposal to renew the town's Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc. franchise agreement.
It is the tale of two budgets. While Oro Valley is challenged with where to make deep cuts due to a lack of growth, in neighboring Marana, officials spent their first budget work session planning how to spend extra money coming from a growing population.
Marana residents have received their mail-in ballots, and the polls will be open May 17. While our town council elections were decided in March, there are still a couple of important matters to decide in this month’s General Election: Marana’s 2010 General Plan update and Trico Electric Cooperative’s franchise agreement with the town.
Marana voters will be deciding two issues in the May 17 General Election, with the town looking for approval to ratify its General Plan, and Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc. seeking renewal of its franchise agreement.
Town hosts golf blog for Accenture week