The Star Valley council balked at making a decision on some $260,000 worth of project(s) for FY2017 federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds at its Dec. 20 meeting.
Star Valley voters who have lived in the community for at least a year and are 18 or older can apply for a spot on the town council by 5 p.m., Monday, Jan. 2.
The Star Valley Town Council on Nov. 15 discussed whether to spend an estimated $260,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant money on a low-water crossing at Moonlight Drive and various other drainage issues
John Marcanti for District 3 Gila County receives recognition for his efforts on efforts for Star Valley
Star Valley Mayor Ronnie O. McDaniel, once a rival of John Marcanti for the District 3 Gila County supervisor seat, was all smiles when presenting a plaque honoring the supervisor for his efforts on behalf of Star Valley.
Where’s the best place in Rim Country to see stars? Well, Star Valley, of course. So the Rim Astronomy Club would like to make star parties a regular feature at the B. Diane McDaniel Community Park in Star Valley by donating a permanently fixed telescope and protective dome to the park.
The Star Valley Town Council this week vented its irritation at the Central Arizona Association of Governments for flubbing grant applications and the Town of Payson for annexing a chunk of land for a failed project.
Gila County Elections officials posted the latest election numbers late Thursday, Sept.
Heart 6 Ranch supporters jam Star Valley council meeting
The Heart 6 Ranch must reduce the number of horses on the property to 12 by June 1, if it is to get its conditional use permit (CUP) from the Town of Star Valley.
More than 200 attended the Town of Star Valley’s 10th Anniversary Party/Picnic on Saturday, Oct. 17.
The Town of Star Valley is questioning the price of doing business with the Central Arizona Governments.
Council also debates dangers of bounce houses
The Star Valley Town Council had a busy meeting Tuesday night, making several decisions that affect the park and law enforcement protection. They also voted to give town staff members a $500 bonus.
Some Star Valley residents are still concerned about the plans for the Waste Matters, Inc., site at 61 Moonlight Drive.
It’s budget season. The goal: stay in the black, maintain services, and try to make a few improvements to enhance citizens’ quality of life.
The Star Valley Town Council tonight at 6 p.m. will make a final decision on how or whether to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal grant money on new wells and road improvements.
Building a town is not for the weak: Ask the town council and the five town workers in Star Valley.