Queen Creek council closed-door executive session Oct. 2

Johnson Utilities is to be discussed as part of an Oct. 2 closed-door executive session of the Queen Creek Town Council. The council is to consult with the town’s attorney for legal advice and with the town’s representatives regarding the Arizona Corporation Commission actions related to Johnson Utilities and to consider the town’s position and […]

What is being decided behind closed doors?

Queen Creek Town Council has met behind closed doors several times in recent months to discuss a lawsuit filed against the town by Johnson Utilities and the Apache Junction City Council separately did the same to discuss obtaining authority to engage in a utility business. Agendas of the meetings — called executive sessions — are […]

Queen Creek school district, council boards to hold joint meeting

A joint meeting of the Queen Creek Town Council and Queen Creek Unified School District Governing Board is to be held Sept. 26. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. Thursday and is to be held at QCUSD’s offices, 20217 E. Chandler Heights Road. The following items are for discussion only and no action will be […]

Queen Creek council closed-door executive session Sept. 4

A possible pre-annexation development agreement with Empire Pointe is to be discussed as part of a Sept. 4 closed-door executive session of the Queen Creek Town Council. The council meets at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Queen Creek Community Chambers, 20727 E. Civic Parkway, for ceremonial matters, committee reports and public comment before adjourning to […]

Queen Creek officials at annual League of Arizona Cities and Towns conference in Tucson

A regularly scheduled Queen Creek Town Council meeting will not be held this week so officials can attend the annual League of Arizona Cities and Towns conference. No 5:30 p.m. meeting will be held Aug. 21. The league conference is Aug. 20-23 in Tucson at the JW Marriott Starr Pass, according to azleague.org. Queen Creek […]

Queen Creek Town Council approves state land annexation

At the Aug. 7 meeting, the Queen Creek Town Council approved the annexation of nearly 4,150 acres of State Trust Land, located from Germann Road north to the future alignment of SR24 and the CAP canal west to Meridian Road. “This area provides important economic opportunities for the town,” Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney said […]

Council recommends approval of beer, wine licenses for two Pizza Hut restaurants

Series 10 beer and wine licenses should be approved for two Pizza Hut restaurants, the Queen Creek Town Council decided recently. The council on July 17 in a public hearings consent agenda voted to recommend that the Arizona Department of Liquor License and Control approve two applications. They were submitted by Theresa June Morse on […]

$48K need to repair traffic signal damaged in vehicle crash

A total of $48,648 is to be spent on replacement of underground wiring and other related equipment to repair a traffic signal at Ironwood and Germann roads that was damaged in a vehicle crash. The Queen Creek Town Council on July 17 approved the contract with AJP Electric Inc. as part of a consent agenda. […]

Maps for housing subdivision, rights-of-way approved by council

Maps for a 23-lot housing subdivision and rights-of-way designation for roads near the new USA Youth Fitness Center and a Complete Fire Protection project were recently approved by Queen Creek Town Council. The council approved the housing final plat and maps of dedication in a consent agenda July 17. The final plat was for the […]

Town Council approves committee appointments

During the July 17 council meeting, the Queen Creek Town Council reappointed Dru Alberti, Daniel Babcock, Adam NeVille, Michael Shirley and Sylva Tarin to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. The council also appointed Eduardo Balli and Cindy Barnes and reappointed Spence Hale and Susan Denton to the Transportation Advisory Committee.  Each member will serve […]