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SMITH: Sheriff, taxpayers want teamwork
Fri, Apr 4, 2014Pinal County
By Anthony Smith, chairman Pinal County Board of SupervisorsEarlier this month, Sheriff Paul Babeu wrote an op-ed announcing his intention to permanently reassign 20 deputies from rural areas within Pinal County to the San Tan Valley community effective June 1.The sheriff has the right to manage the Pinal County Sheriff’s Read More

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Pinal board to review Sheriff’s Office budget
Wed, Apr 2, 2014Pinal County
With Sheriff Paul Babeu giving notice that he’d again be asking the Board of Supervisors this year for an increase in the number of sworn officers, one of his closest allies on the board responded with a tone of subtle rebuke.

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Opinion: 3 Pinal County Supervisors Violate County Merit Rules
Mon, Mar 17, 2014Pinal County
At the Pinal County Board of Supervisors meeting, on Feb. 5, three Republican supervisors violated the County Merit System rules for promotions and reclassifications by doing an end-around Human Resources.

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Moving closer to state land sale for rail yard in Pinal County
Fri, Jan 17, 2014Pinal County
Land Department, Union Pacific Announce Hiring of Consultants to Study Proposed Classification Rail Yard (State Capitol, Phoenix)—Negotiations aimed at exploring the auction of state trust land in Pinal County for the construction of a classification rail yard took another step forward recently with the Arizona State Land Department and Union Read More

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Pick for Pinal County manager declines
Thu, Dec 19, 2013Pinal County
The man tapped to run Pinal County’s government after a national search has changed his mind and declined the offer, citing family issues.Stewart Ed, general-services manager of El Paso, Texas, had been selected to replace Fritz Behring, who stepped down as county manager in July. The Pinal County Board of Read More

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Supervisors Select New County Manager
Tue, Dec 10, 2013Pinal County
After a nationwide search, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors has agreed to enter in negotiations with Stuart Ed, General Services Director for the City of El Paso, Texas, as the new Pinal County Manager.

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Gooday appointed to Pinal court bench
Sun, Oct 20, 2013Pinal County
Henry “Hank” Gooday Jr. was appointed a Pinal County Superior Court judge last Thursday by Gov. Jan Brewer.Gooday’s appointment fills a vacancy created with the retirement of Judge Boyd Johnson.Gooday, a Republican, has worked for Pinal County Superior Court since 2006 and has been a court commissioner since 2010. He’s Read More

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Board should have the authority, supe says
Thu, Aug 22, 2013Pinal County
At least one member of the Pinal County Board of Supervisors thinks changes should be made to a budget resolution to give less authority to the county manager in the future.Supervisor Todd House of Apache Junction said a budget resolution that governs expenditures and budgets for all elected and appointed Read More

Tags: Pinal County, BOS, Pinal County Budgets, Todd House

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Board of supervisors: Pinal tax rates still lag well behind state average
Tue, Aug 20, 2013Pinal County
FLORENCE — Things have improved slightly for Pinal County taxpayers this fiscal year, but the county still has some of the highest tax rates in Arizona.At a special Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday, the board approved the tax rates and levies for the 2013-14 fiscal year.

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PCSO set to get its own merit board
Fri, Jul 26, 2013Pinal County
FLORENCE — The Pinal County supervisors are working with a consultant to develop a plan that would create a council charged with making decisions on issues related to law enforcement officers.Under the proposal, the Law Enforcement Officer Merit System Council would be a separate entity from the Pinal County Merit Read More

Tags: Pinal County, LawEnforcement Officer Merit System Council, Pinal County Supervisors

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