Rose Law Group Founder And President Jordan Rose MC’s The Pinal Partnership Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast With Elliot Pollack

Pollack: Some economic visibility and hope By Mike Sunncucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Veteran economist Elliott Pollack expects to see stronger economic and job growth in the second half of next year. The U.S. and regional economies just need to weather the next couple months as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact businesses, employment and consumer behaviors. “You are going to see a fourth quarter and a first quarter that …

Supervisors Reminisce At Pinal Partnership

By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder Blade Tribune FLORENCE – Pinal County Supervisors Vice Chairman Pete Rios, D-Dudleyville, said he once met a young couple who were interested in visiting Planned Parenthood and learning about family planning, and he encouraged them to do so. He saw them a couple of weeks later and asked how it went. Rios asked, “So you’re on some type …

Pinal County Board Of Supervisors – Reflect, Celebrate & Look Ahead

  Click here to watch!   By Madelaine Braggs, Chief Digital Officer | Rose Law Group Reporter The Pinal County Board of Supervisors is reflecting on nearly a decade of accomplishments and developments for the community. Harold Christ, President and CEO of Pinal Partnership, kicked off today’s virtual panel discussion by noting how celebrations are “bittersweet” as several board members …

Florence’s Ongoing Building Boom Draws Kudos From Rose Law Group Founder And President Jordan Rose

By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder FLORENCE – Home building continues to boom in Florence, Town Manager Brent Billingsley reported to the Town Council. The 12-month period ending Aug. 31 saw an increase of 56.7% in the number of single-family building permits in Florence over the same period last year, “which was a banner year for us if you recall,” …

Here’s Who Won Bidding War Over Hot Pinal County Parcel; Jordan Rose, Founder And President Of Rose Law Group, Comments On Sale In PBJ

By Phoenix Business Journal Production homebuilder D.R. Horton Inc. will pay $245.5 million for 2,783 acres in the far East Valley as the winning bidder in Wednesday’s Arizona State Land Department auction. With its deep pockets, Arlington, Texas-based D.R. Horton (NYSE: DHI) won a bidding war for the parcel at the southeast corner of Elliott and Meridian roads, which is …

Reduced Impact Fees To Keep Economic Momentum Rolling In Pinal County, Says Rose Law Group Partner, Transactional Dept. Dir. Cameron Carter

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Pinal County has lowered a number of development impact fees for commercial and residential developments. The fees are what developers and builders pay to the county to help with the costs of infrastructure and services that accompany new growth. The Pinal County Board of Supervisors has approved the lower impact fees. The fees vary by …

Belfiore: Expect Growth Spurt In Pinal — Added Insight From The ‘Queen Of Pinal County’

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Regional real estate expert Jim Belfiore expects to see the current strength in the Phoenix housing market translate into renewed and new growth in Pinal County. Low mortgage interest rates are spurring first-time and other homebuyers in the region. But the supply of homes and new development in closer-in communities is running …

ACC Calls For Interim Solutions To Johnson Unities Sewer Issues; ‘Fantastic News,’ Says Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich.

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents landowners and homebuilders working with the ACC to find a utility solution in the Johnson Utilities service area.) By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff The Arizona Corporation Commission heard from numerous stakeholders in the San Tan Valley area about how urgently an interim solution is needed to solve the multiple issues plaguing the Johnson Utilities …

The Johnson Utilities Debacle: The Impact And How To Fix It; Feat. Rose Law Group Founder And President Jordan Rose, Co-Founder Court Rich

By Pinal Partnership On Friday, September 18, 2020, we hosted our monthly breakfast virtually to hear various updates and discussion regarding regional challenges and impacts caused by Johnson Utilities’ continued problems. The area served by Johnson Utilities could be one of the fastest growing places in the country, but lingering problems with wastewater infrastructure are stifling greater investment and depriving …

Supreme Court To Review Pinal County Road Tax

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County who have worked to bring new transportation infrastructure to the region.) By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Maricopa Monitor CASA GRANDE — The Arizona Supreme Court announced Wednesday that it will review an Arizona Court of Appeals decision involving the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority tax. The lawsuit …