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The Republic azcentral.com Thu Jul 25, 2013 11:29 AM A group of some of the largest highway construction firms in the United States has offered to build the controversial South Mountain Freeway quicker and cheaper than the state, using private money.
The Republic azcentral.com When Doug Cole joined the Ahwatukee Foothills Planning Committee in 1993, the group met every month. "Ahwatukee was far from built out and there were vast swaths of the village that had yet to be entitled," he said. "Our
The Republic azcentral.com Backers of a new plan to move the South Mountain freeway extension out of Ahwatukee and onto Gila River Indian Reservation land have about three weeks to collect 700 signatures for their cause. Councilman Sal DiCiccio said
The Republic azcentral.com For 15 years, Mountain Park Community Church has been caught in limbo. The church, at 24th Street and Pecos Road, is in the proposed path of the 22-mile South Mountain Freeway extension. It, along with more than 100 homes,
The Republic azcentral.com Pro-development forces are taking the South Mountain Freeway fight to tribal landowners less than a month after the Gila River Indian Community rejected putting the freeway on community land. The landowners on Thursday said
Our View Ahwatukee Foothills and the rest of the Valley have their answer: The South Mountain Freeway will not be built on tribal land. As disappointing as that may be for residents who live in or near the Ahwatukee alignment, it's time to move
The Republic azcentral.com Despite Gila River Reservation residents' resounding "no" vote Tuesday, the battle over where the South Mountain Freeway extension will land may not be over. The unofficial returns of Tuesday's vote show 720 votes were cast
The Republic azcentral.com For months, members of the Gila River Indian Community have gone door to door, urging their neighbors to vote in next week's referendum to decide the fate of the South Mountain Freeway extension of Loop 202.
The Republic azcentral.com Our View The Valley has talked for years about the proposed South Mountain Freeway, and Ahwatukee Foothills has made a powerful effort to push the freeway onto tribal land...The Gila River Indian Community plans to vote Feb.
The Arizona Republic Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman recently began his term as chairman of Maricopa Association of Governments' Regional Council, the agency's governing body. MAG is a coalition of local governments that serves as a planning agency for