October 4, 2012
Northern Gila County Sanitary District facilities
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Board learns that expensive project to almost double system’s capacity already under way
The Northern Gila County Sanitary District must expand its sewage treatment plant, according to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and other state authorities.
Not-yet-counted ballots could still shake up results after vigorous campaign
Tea Party activist Shirley Dye will make history when she joins the Northern Gila County Sanitary District board.
Incumbents defend impact fees of $16,000 for a small restaurant, although district has $14.5 million in the bank
Critics of the Northern Gila County Sanitary District argue the board hasn’t done enough to bring new businesses to town.