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Oppili Sunitha Sekar Automatic storage and retrieval system will prevent theft, misplacement The expanded cargo complex at Meenambakkam is nearly as big as a football field. The facility, which measures 65,000 square feet, can accommodate a
The Republic azcentral.com A Maricopa County judge is considering whether retired elected officials, who have the most generous public retirement system in Arizona, will again start receiving cost-of-living raises to their pensions.
The Republic azcentral.com More than 200,000 public employees, including teachers, likely will receive an average refund of roughly $277 because the Legislature forced them to pay too much into the Arizona State Retirement System this fiscal year.
The Republic azcentral.com When longtime Glendale City Manager Ed Beasley retires this year, he will walk away with a hefty pension that comes close to matching his six-figure salary. Beasley, 53, has remained tight-lipped on when exactly he will
The Republic azcentral.com Key state lawmakers want to rescind last year's hike in the contribution that more than 200,000 Arizona State Retirement System members make toward their pensions, citing fears of losing a lawsuit over the issue.
The Arizona Republic Nearly all Glendale employees had their wages frozen the last four years, but the city's human-resources director received a nearly $14,000 bonus last year, and a nearly 8.6 percent salary increase to $151,111 this July. A month
The Arizona Republic Peoria Fire Chief Thomas Solberg has filed a nearly $3.6 million claim notice against the city, a precursor to a lawsuit, despite recent legislation that Peoria officials say should alleviate his concerns about retirement
The Arizona Republic Phoenix's Isaac School District, which plans to shutter schools and lay off employees because of money problems, will let Superintendent Carlos Bejarano retire June 30 and return to his same job - with the same compensation and
My first response was to turn slightly left and decrease my rate of descent, the pilot reported to the FAA. I said something to the affect of, Is this a ghost, or is there really traffic?' He soon found out...The tower at JWA told the aircraft to
The Arizona Republic When the executive director of the Regional Public Transportation Authority retires later this year, he will receive a state pension far larger than what his time in office would produce, thanks to a generous taxpayer-funded