He didn’t make it to the runoff, but Ahwatukee resident Moses Sanchez says he has no regrets about his bid to become Phoenix’s next mayor.
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Margaret Pratt’s youngest daughter Becky could be in for some disappointment.
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Ahwatukee attorney Brian J. Foster last week was sworn into a four-year term on the Phoenix Aviation Advisory Board.
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