As the long legal battle over the future of the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course entered a new stage, the founder of a key part of the True Life Companies’ shattered plan for the site has long since moved on.
Another football game hadn’t gone Joe Schiller’s way, and the thousands of dollars of debt he had accumulated from betting was about to bury him. With his life spinning out of control, he hopped in his car with his then-pregnant wife’s paycheck in his pocket and went into hiding for two months.
Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher has bowed to Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s demand that the state attorney general’s office be asked to review a bargain-priced land deal involving 10 city-owned lots.
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Situated in downtown Ocotillo, the newly-opened Marriott Residence Inn Phoenix/Chandler South features spacious studios and suites, easy access to nearby attractions and large companies, plentiful amenities and some great staycation deals for Valley residents.
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Arizona Realtors formally launched their bid last week to ask voters to ban state lawmakers from ever taxing services, even if it also would reduce or eliminate taxes on other necessities – or even if legislators say the revenues are needed.
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