Post Date: 01/10

Auto enthusiasts will soon have a new facility where they can watch car races and other events following the approval of a racetrack by the Cochise County Planning & Zoning Commission.

At its meeting on January 8, the Commissioners unanimously approved a Special Use Authorization to allow Richard Wilson to build a dirt racetrack on a 42-acre parcel on N. Quiet Time Hill, east... Read More

Post Date: 01/10

Cochise County and Cochise College will co-sponsor special events to commemorate the Letter from a Birmingham Jail written by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Members of the public are encouraged to attend.

On Tuesday, January 21, both organizations have invited special guests to read the letter, written by Dr. King in response to criticism of nonviolent protests in Birmingham, Alabama... Read More

Post Date: 01/08

The Board of Supervisors has approved a grant agreement to allow the Elections Department to fund part of its vital operations.

The $71,592.20 grant will be used to help pay for equipment, supplies, security upgrades, and training over the next two years, Elections Director Lisa Marra told the Board at its regular meeting on January 7.

Provided by the Arizona Secretary... Read More

Post Date: 01/08

Cochise County seeking nominations for brownfield site assessments

 

Cochise County is asking property owners, developers, and members of the public to nominate underutilized sites that could be transformed from liabilities into community assets.

Following the award of a $600,000 grant in 2019 through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields... Read More

Post Date: 12/18

County acquires library, Supervisors appoint Naco Sanitary District board members


Cochise County has officially become the proud owner of Elfrida Library.

While the County’s Library District has operated the branch on N. Hwy. 191 since 2003, the building was owned by the non-profit Elfrida Citizens Alliance (ECA). At its regular meeting on December 17, the Board of... Read More

Post Date: 12/03

The Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a new agreement to continue collaborative tourism marketing across Cochise County.

At its regular meeting on December 3, the Board heard the tourism Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) updates the current IGA between the County and its municipal partners to pool financial resources for regional marketing. The partnership, previously... Read More

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