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City Prepares to Re-Open Bidding on Sawmill Property

Environmental Testing Confirms Soil Vapor Levels Acceptable for Residential Construction The City of Flagstaff has had a fourth and final independent set of tests, completed by the environmental consulting firm of Ninyo & Moore, which confirms soil vapor levels at the Sawmill property are acceptable for residential construction without mitigating measures and do not pose […]

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Spotlight: First Chair Rentals

Flagstaff Business News is spotlighting First Chair Rentals on North Humphreys Street and owner Robbie Kerr. FBN: What made you decide to open this type of business? I can't really say I made the decision to open a ski and snowboard rental shop, that credit goes to Brady Black and Craig Culler of Moenkopi River […]

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Reviving Flagstaff Properties

By April Laliberte.   I stand with Jeff Maurer inside of the building affectionately known as “The Pike” in southside Flagstaff, sipping a hot Americano. We discuss the original floorboards and exposed beams in the ceiling with enthusiasm. This building has a history of being a grocery store, apartments, and a distillery in the basement. […]

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Homeowners Choosing Green Construction

Homeowners are being careful with how they spend their money. Like the rest of the country, Flagstaff has been hit hard by the economic down- turn. Single family home permits dropped from 217 in 2006 to 17 in 2009. Permits for remodeling have remained relatively stable, dropping from 202 permits in 2002 to 138 permits […]

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