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Mesa residents and businesses likely will be paying more for water, sewer, garbage, natural gas and electricity by early next year.

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Those following the drought and the drying up of the Colorado River, which provides more than half of Mesa’s water, may not be surprised that …

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Though he insists he’s not trying to be “the next Tesla,” it’s hard not to picture Mark Hanchett as the East Valley’s Elon Musk.

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The flashpoint for perhaps the longest-running controversy throughout the 2020-21 school year in Mesa – mandatory face masks on campuses – was…