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In an extremely close competition in the final round of Mix 96.9's Battle of the Burbs contest, Maricopa narrowly wins again for a second year in a row, by about 200 votes.
Anthem and Maricopa have been neck and neck since voting for the top two began but, the victorious burb (Maricopa) will receive the trophy, an amazing concert from Lifehouse, of course bragging rights and last but not least, the Anthem Council Member will be singing a karaoke version of Taylor Swift's Shake It Off before the Lifehouse concert on Friday, April 3, 2015. Time and location to be determined so stay tuned!
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Residents of Maricopa: The 2040 Vision Steering Committee is proud to introduce the draft City of Maricopa 2040 Vision and Strategic Plan. This document is the result of a grass roots, citizen driven, planning process that involved 138 members of the public, 23 City staff (and consultant team) and 17 Steering Committee members that represented a diverse cross-section of the community.
Leveraging the talents and interest of the members of the Steering Committee, the Committee split into Issue Project Teams or IPTs to tackle the key issues identified by the public. These IPTs generally consisted of two steering committee members, 2 - 6 members of the public and 1 -2 City staff members. The IPTs met at least weekly for 4 weeks devoting their time toward drafting this important document. I believe they have developed an outstanding product.
Being citizen driven, the Steering Committee is now seeking additional input from the public. Please take a few moments to review the draft City of Maricopa 2040 Vision and Strategic Plan and provide your constructive comments to the Steering Committee before it prepares a final version to be submitted to the City Council for adoption.
|Dan C. Frank, Chairman
2040 Vision Steering Committee
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On March 17, 2015 the Mayor and City Council will hear a presentation outlining the current status of the City's General Plan update as well as the tentative process and schedule. Per A.R.S. § 9-461-06.C.1, one of the initial steps in the general plan update process requires the City Council to "adopt written procedures to provide effective, early and continuous public participation in the development and major amendment of general plans from all geographic, ethnic and economic areas of the municipality." Staff has prepared a Public Participation Plan along with a resolution for the Council review and approval.
The City of Maricopa is pleased to announce the launch of the Maricopa Area Transportation Plan study. This effort is intended to ensure Maricopa's sustainability into the long-term future by planning for roadways and roadway infrastructure, both within the city and regionally. With a population projected at 2.5 million at build-out for the Hidden Valley Region in which Maricopa is located, it is critical that we plan for a transportation network that can handle substantially greater traffic demand than our roadways can handle today.