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The city of Mesa will spend $10 million on improvements on a stretch of Elliot Road in hopes of transforming it into the Valley’s newest “technology corridor,” reports The Arizona Republic. The city council approved a $10 million contract with Nesbitt Contracting Co. The contract includes street widening, storm-water harvesting areas, new street lights, landscaping, traffic signals and additional aesthetic improvements along Elliot between Ellsworth and Signal Butte, according to The Republic.