Property taxes could be affected by ballot measures in Gilbert; largest indoor pickleball facility in the U.S. coming to Chandler and more top news from Phoenix

The November mail-in ballot in Gilbert has three measures that could affect property taxes paid if they are passed. (Courtesy Fotolia)
The November mail-in ballot in Gilbert has three measures that could affect property taxes paid if they are passed. (Courtesy Fotolia)

The November mail-in ballot in Gilbert has three measures that could affect property taxes paid if they are passed. (Courtesy Fotolia)

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How much will property taxes go up if ballot measures pass in Gilbert?

It is the bottom line question for many people in ballot questions: How much will this affect taxes?

Largest indoor pickleball facility in the U.S. to open in Chandler

Pickeball Kingdom will open an indoor pickleball facility in Chandler in the first quarter of 2022, according to an Oct. 25 news release from the city. According to the city, it will be the largest indoor pickleball facility in the United States.


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District data for schools in Gilbert

Here is a look at data about the three school districts that serve Gilbert.

Family’s Midwestern farm roots on display at The Gilbert House

Susan Wright, having spent many years in the restaurant business, said she long had wanted to open her own place. But in her restaurateur dreams, she did not envision a breakfast-and-lunch eatery.

Tom Blodgett and Alexa D’ Angelo contributed to this report.


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