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Gilbert’s Town Council will meet 7 p.m. today at 50 E. Civic Center Drive to debate a variety of issues, including a proposal on how to select the next presiding judge.
Commercial real estate broker and investor Ben Cooper was named Wednesday night as Gilbert’s newest town council member.
The Gilbert Town Council will hold a closed executive session 7 p.m. Thursday at the Gilbert Municipal Center, 50 E. Civic Center Drive, regarding three petitions filed with the town last week seeking a voter referendum on three tax changes recently adopted by the council.
Gilbert Town Council candidates will participate in a forum at noon Wednesday at the Gilbert Community Center, 130 N. Oak St.
The Queen Creek Town Council will meet Wednesday and have a public hearing about the town’s property tax levy.
A Gilbert Town Council candidate forum scheduled for 7 p.m. tonight at Mesquite High School has been canceled.
Jared Taylor appears to have secured the remaining Gilbert Town Council seat, according to early unofficial results.
After a long discussion about a need for more transparency the Phoenix City Council approved funding to retain membership in the Arizona League of Cities and Towns.
The Phoenix City Council voted 5-4 recently to deny funding for the Arizona League of Cities and Towns.
A look at the new personnel suggests that the Gilbert Town Council is poised to move right.
Gilbert could select a town manager before the new Town Council is seated on June 23.
Queen Creek voters will replace half the City Council in May 18's election, but residents likely won't see any major shift despite all the new faces.
The Gilbert Town Council agreed Saturday to set aside 15 minutes at every meeting between now and the May 18 election for comments from citizens who want to speak for or against passage of the town sales tax increase, which will be on the ballot.
A yearlong discussion to relax Queen Creek's sign ordinance is expected to reach a conclusion Wednesday night, with the Town Council voting on modifications that would allow grand opening banners to hang for a month longer than the current 60-day restriction.
SIGN OF CHANGE? The Queen Creek Town Council will vote tonight on relaxing the town’s sign ordinance.
Queen Creek residents will get their first chance to hear Town Council candidates debate at a candidate forum this week.
Robin Benning hadn't made the list of five finalists who were going to be interviewed to fill a vacant Town Council seat in Queen Creek. That might explain why he was so surprised when he was asked to interview for the job Monday night, then selected for the seat on a unanimous council vote.
Arizona State student Robin Benning was chosen to fill a seat on the Queen Creek Town Council after a unanimous vote. Nov. 30, 2009.
Queen Creek's Town Council approved a $20.1 million General Fund budget Wednesday.
As Gilbert gears up to begin early voting for the May 19 general election, the community's attention will likely shift to a Town Council race that had been overshadowed by the race for mayor.
The Gilbert Town Council and the governing board for the Gilbert Unified School District will hold their annual joint meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the school district board room, 140 S. Gilbert Road.