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Revolving Loan Fund

CAG now has funds available in a Revolving Loan Fund to be used for economic development purposes and create jobs in our region.

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Proposed 208 Plan Amendment - Gold Canyon Sewer Company

A proposed amendment to the CAG 208 Area Wide Management Plan. The amendment addresses a change in effluent management for the Gold Canyon Sewer Company (GCSC) service area. The proposed change will allow GCSC to discharge effluent to an adjacent unnamed wash, which flows south towards the Gila River. The discharge would be in accordance with the requirements of the new Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) General Permit for Infrequent Discharges.

The allowed discharges are described below. See Section 2 for additional information.

  1. Planned Discharges - Occurring no more frequently than twice per calendar year, with duration of no more than 14 days, and with at least 30 days between discharges.
  2. Emergency Discharges - Occurring no more frequently than three times per coverage term (5 years), and with duration of no more than 14 days.

The benefits to GRWRF and the local community would include reducing stagnant water conditions, eliminating the cost to haul effluent, and eliminating the traffic issues associated with haul trucks driving between the Gold Canyon treatment plant and the receiving plant.

Click on the following link to read full Proposed 208 Plan Amendment

CAG Rural Broadband

Community Data Sets have been created for Pinal and Gila County for the time period of November 2012 to January 2013. These data sets show the assets including socio-eco data, broadband providers, utilities, school districts, health-care facilities, State Highways, Rail Roads, employers and major occupations within each county. This data was integrated with the Arizona Broadband Community Planning Map, located at: Community Planning Map

CAG is now concluding its Community Planning Project and moving towards Technical Assistance, where service providers, communities and businesses will work together to formulate plans to increase broadband capacity in CAG’s counties. For additional information visit the Arizona digital broadband website:

Broadband Sub-Committee

CAG created a Broadband Sub-Committee through its Economic Development Council. Members of the Broadband Sub-Committee were chosen from local communities throughout CAG’s two county region.

Committee members have ranked the importance of applications to enhance the quality of life in rural Arizona. The applications ranking include:

  1. Economic Development- Jobs,
  2. Education,
  3. Tele-Health and
  4. Public Safety.
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