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The Arizona Republic Set aside those binders and stacks of paper...Council members are getting lessons in using iPads that should ultimately replace all hard copies printed for council-meeting agenda packets. City officials say once the entire
The Arizona Republic The Peoria City Council eliminated car allowances for 12 top city administrators, but any talk of trimming the council's car allowances has not been taken up. About 10 city administrators still receive monthly car stipends or
The Arizona Republic Peoria City Council must soon decide whether to keep snapping photos of red-light runners at four city intersections. The city's contract with Scottsdale-based Redflex Traffic Systems is up in October...Council members say they'
The Arizona Republic The executive producer of Arizona Broadway Theatre hopes to modify its lease with Peoria to relieve the non-profit of payments owed to the city and cut down on future obligations. Kiel Klaphake, who founded the non-profit that
The Arizona Republic Old Town Commercial Rehabilitation Program The Peoria City Council last week voted, 5-1, to approve an easement agreement with an Old Town property owner as the next step in the city's plans to improve the area's appearance.
Peoria has extended a deferral of lease payments from its cultural tenant, Arizona Broadway Theatre, just west of Peoria Sports Complex. Payments from the theater were expected to start in September 2007, but several deferred leases have been agreed
The Arizona Republic A divided Peoria City Council on Tuesday selected a redistricting map that preserves all incumbents. Councilmen Ron Aames, Carlo Leone, Dave Pearson and Tony Rivero voted for the map, identified as Map 8, instead of one that was
The Arizona Republic From budget talks to redistricting, a new dynamic has emerged on the Peoria City Council that has placed the mayor in the minority. Meet Peoria City Council members Council members Dave Pearson, Ron Aames, Tony Rivero and Carlo
The Arizona Republic Peoria should see its first hospital open in just more than a year as 150 people gathered under a pristine white tent for a groundbreaking ceremony this week. The groundbreaking comes three years and one recession after plans
The Arizona Republic After much debate, pouring over and pondering its finances this spring, the Peoria City Council on Tuesday night unanimously and without much discussion approved a $460 million budget, $5 million short compared with this year.