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Union Pacific moving ahead with double track plans

If you think 45 trains a day passing through a town the size of Maricopa is a lot, just wait. According to Union Pacific Railroad, demand along its Sunset Route through Maricopa continues to increase and the number of trains passing through the city is likely to be 86 per day by 2016.

347 to receive new asphalt

347 to receive new asphalt

Public invited to provide input for Union Pacific grade separation

Every Maricopa resident has spent some time waiting - waiting for the train! Cars line up in both directions and wait until railway...

Open House details Maricopa’s two critical, major traffic-engineering projects

Maricopa is facing the most critical traffic-engineering project in its history. The city must decide whether to make the Union Pacific-SR 347 grade...

Fry’s proposed gas pumps “fuel” safety issue discussion

When the Fry's Fuel Facility came before the Maricopa City Council on Tuesday night, the item "fueled" some serious discussion regarding safety issues at...

Maricopa’s own police department to become a reality in 2007

Maricopa's City Council at their Tuesday meeting gave staff a directive to implement a strategic plan for municipal police services, beginning with the nationwide...

City Council approves General Plan; voters will have their chance in May

Maricopa now has a blueprint for its future. Wednesday evening the City Council voted to approve the city's first General Plan, with several...

High school’s Prevention Resource Center initiates Graffiti Busters program

You've probably seen graffiti somewhere in your community. It's the words, colors and shapes drawn or scratched on buildings, overpasses, desks and other surfaces....

Kelly Haddad gets extended term on City Council; applications being taken for vacant seat

In a precedent setting move Tuesday evening, the Maricopa City Council passed the hat, Councilman Will Dunn's baseball cap, in order to select a...

Mayor addresses transportation, water, housing prices, public safety

In the second of a three-installment exclusive interview with Mayor Kelly Anderson, the mayor addresses several key issues facing the city. Friday's initial...

City Council hears park update, approves contracts and tentative budget

During Maricopa's City Council work session last night, Parks, Recreation and Libraries (PRL) Director Marty McDonald updated council members regarding the status of the...

Maricopa “Booming”

Destination Maricopa met for the third time on Friday, August 13, 2004 at the First Baptist Church with approximately 25 interested citizens in attendance....

School Board approves tentative budget

The Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board approved the first reading of the proposed budget for the 2016 fiscal year during its meeting Wednesday...
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