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Mesa City Council seeks to make ASU downtown campus reality

While the Mesa City Council approved an initial agreement to bring Arizona State University to downtown Mesa on Feb. 26, many residents and the...

Public meeting Feb. 20 for Mesa Sign Code update

The city of Mesa is asking for public comment regarding an update to the Mesa Sign Code. A public meeting is scheduled for this...

Mesa City Council hosts 9th annual Holiday Toy Drive

The Mesa City Council is hosting its ninth annual Holiday Toy Drive benefitting Cardon Children’s Medical Center. Toys will be collected through Nov. 29 and...

Francisco Heredia appointed District 3 Councilmember

The Mesa City Council, during a special council meeting this morning, has appointed Francisco Heredia to serve as District 3 Councilmember. Heredia was one...

Mesa City Council selects finalists for open District 3 council seat

The Mesa City Council selected five finalists for the open District 3 City Council seat during this morning’s study session. Councilmembers will interview the...

Mesa-based House of Refuge overcomes ‘perfect storm’ to help homeless

Nancy Marion described it as "a perfect storm." "I think if the nation is looking for a spot in this world to see how a...

Mesa City Council releases statement regarding District 3 seat

District 3 residents interested in serving their community are encouraged to apply for a temporary appointment to the Mesa City Council. The temporary Council...

Council unanimously votes to remove Winkle from office, makes statement

The Mesa City Council voted unanimously to remove District 3 Councilmember Ryan Winkle from office after a three-hour hearing this morning. The Mesa City Charter...

One-on-one with Winkle; is he behind slanderous social media page?

The Mesa City Council will vote Thursday on whether District 3 Mesa Councilmember Ryan Winkle will keep his seat after his May 7 extreme...

Richardson: Batista has opportunity to take Mesa PD to higher level

On June 8, Mesa City Manager Chris Brady and members of the Mesa City Council showed off Ramon Batista, Mesa’s new police chief. Let’s hope...