Post Date: 02/14

Medical marijuana project denied by Board of Supervisors

 

The Cochise County Board of Supervisors voted not to overturn a decision by the Planning & Zoning Commission to deny an application for an outdoor medical marijuana cultivation facility.

St. Jude Alternative Healing, represented by Julia Patten, appealed the unanimous decision, originally made in... Read More

Post Date: 02/12

Cochise County Supervisor Pat Call appointed as Sierra Vista’s Justice of the Peace

Cochise County Supervisor Pat Call has been appointed to serve as Sierra Vista’s Justice of the Peace.

Call, who currently serves as the District 1 Supervisor, will fill the Justice Precinct 5 vacancy, following the recent appointment of Justice of the Peace Tim Dickerson by Governor Doug Ducey... Read More

Post Date: 02/08

Survey work will begin next week in preparation for an eventual widening project along Moson Road.

 

Staff from the Cochise County Engineering & Natural Resources Department will conduct both ground and aerial surveys for up to four weeks, starting Monday, February 11. This will include the use of a drone.

 

The work will allow County engineers to begin the... Read More

Post Date: 02/07
News Category:
Justice and Courts

Bisbee, Arizona
February 1, 2019
Contact: Eric Silverberg, Court Administrator


Pursuant to Arizona Code of Judicial Administration and Administrative Order 2012-009, prior to annual reappointment of Pro Tem judges, the Presiding Judge must seek input from judicial officers, attorneys and the public regarding the performance of each Pro Tem Judge.
Justice of the... Read More

Post Date: 01/22

Cochise County to survey 670 miles of maintained roads

 

Cochise County is to survey the 670 miles of paved roads it currently maintains to help staff gather accurate information and develop a five-year work plan.

 

The survey will use state-of-the-art technology to inventory all signs, current infrastructure, and pavement conditions. The County has hired Tempe-... Read More

Post Date: 01/16
News Category:
Education and Literacy

Residents encouraged to apply for Pomerene school district board vacancy

 

Applications are now being accepted for a vacant position on the Pomerene Elementary School District Governing Board. Pomerene is located north of Benson.

 

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. To be eligible to hold a seat on this board, candidates must be registered to vote... Read More

Post Date: 01/14

Applications are now being accepted for a vacant position on the Elfrida Elementary School District Governing Board.

 

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. To be eligible to hold a seat on this board, candidates must be registered to vote, a citizen of the United States, at least 18 years of age, and have continually resided in the school district for at least one... Read More

Post Date: 01/10

One of the state’s largest wholesalers of medical marijuana is to expand its operations in Cochise County, creating up to 50 new jobs.

 

Phoenix-based The Pharm will be planting 87,000 square feet of cannabis plants at a 99-acre property it occupies at 8251 N. Ingram Lane, Willcox.

 

The company has already invested more than $15 million at nearby West... Read More

Post Date: 01/09
News Category:
Education and Literacy

Residents in two rural areas of Cochise County will have improved Wi-Fi access, thanks to the award of state funding.

 

The Library Services and Technology grant from the Arizona State Library will allow the Cochise County Library District to lend Wi-Fi hotspots to patrons of two of its facilities.

 

Visitors to the Sunsites and Elfrida libraries will now have... Read More

Post Date: 01/08

Board of Supervisors agrees to early termination of City of Bisbee legal services

The Board of Supervisors has ratified a letter from the Cochise County Attorney’s Office stating its intent to cease providing legal services to the City of Bisbee at the end of this month.

The two organizations currently have an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) for legal services until June 29... Read More

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