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While there it is clear the Oro Valley mayoral candidates have different management styles, another big difference in this election cycle is campaign finances.
1– Bring the entire family to the old-fashioned Pima County Fair featuring exhibits, food, stage concerts, and other live entertainment, carnival rides, educational exhibits, and a gem and mineral show. Details: 3 p.m. Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. Saturday-Sunday, April 17-27; Pima County Fairgrounds, 11300 S. Houghton Road; $8, $3 ages 6-10, $5 parking; 762-9100.
Oro Valley plans to spend more than $30,000 this year marketing itself with the new “It’s in our nature” tagline in various local and national media, Economic Development Manager Amanda Jacobs told a Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce gathering Tuesday at the Oro Valley Holiday Inn Express and Suites.
For several years, as our nation struggled through a downturned economy, the Town of Oro Valley also experienced a sharp decrease in development activity. Although we are still on the mend, a quick look back to fiscal year 2011-12 shows that development is on the rise, and there are some very exciting projects in the pipeline.
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Brendan Burns, 33
As 2011 winds down to an end, activities are cranked up to their fullest. The holidays are here, and with them comes a wealth of concerts, classes, plays and other events, most aimed at bringing smiles to people of all ages.
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The Town of Oro Valley is hosting National Night Out tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Steam Pump Village Shopping Center on North Oracle Road, at North First Avenue.
On Sept. 1, Arizona launched a tax recovery program that is running through Oct. 1. The legislature included the proposal in the budget bill that was passed and signed by Governor Brewer on April 6.
Oro Valley business expo to showcase local vendors, restaurants
Men wearing orange jumpsuits, bearing the words “Arizona Department of Corrections” may soon be seen in Oro Valley working on landscaping and other unfinished projects.
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