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Coconino County Voters Approve Merit Selection of Judges

Coconino County in relationship to other Arizona state counties. Sedona AZ (November 26, 2018) – On November 6, 2018, Coconino County’s voters adopted merit selection to replace the direct election of superior court judges. Going forward, candidates for superior court judge vacancies will apply to a sixteen-person commission, which will nominate qualified candidates based on their merit and submit... 

Arizona Fires Tap Red Cross Resources

Sedona AZ (May 12, 2018) – It was a very busy night for the Arizona American Red Cross yesterday. Three teams were dispatched to multiple fires. In Casa Grande, the American Red Cross Pinal County Disaster Action Team led by Captain Jim Porter assisted three adults displaced by a mobile home fire which also damaged a fifth-wheeler trailer parked behind the home. Red Cross assistance included... 

Public Comment on Performance of Justices and Judges Sought

Sedona AZ (August 25, 2017) – The Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review will hold a public hearing on September 8, 2017, in Phoenix to take comments about the judges on the 2018 retention election ballot. The one-hour public hearing will begin at 10:30 a.m. in Room 345 of the State Courts Building, 1501 West Washington Street. Established in 1992 by a constitutional amendment passed... 

BLM Seeks Public Input for Buckeye Hills Travel Management Plan

Sedona AZ (May 23, 2017) – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Lower Sonoran Field Office invites the public’s participation in the development of the Buckeye Hills Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (TMP/EA). The two public meetings will be held on June 6 and June 7, 2017. The TMP/EA includes the Buckeye Hills East and West travel management areas and encompasses the communities... 

Review Commission to Vote on Justices and Judges Performances

Sedona AZ (June 13, 2016) – The Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review will meet at 1:00 p.m. in the San Pedro Room of the JW Marriott Starr Pass in Tucson, on Friday, June 24, to vote on whether 70 justices and judges scheduled to be listed on the 2016 general election ballot “Meet” or “Do Not Meet” judicial performance standards. The public is invited to attend the meeting. Established... 

Sex Offender Registers Skull Valley Address

Arizona Level 2 Sex offender Thomas Milton Gilman Jr Sedona AZ (June 1, 2013) – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is required to release the following information pursuant to ARS 13-3825, the Community Notification on Sex Offenders Law. The sex offender in this publication has indicated that he will be living in the unincorporated area of Yavapai County. It is the responsibility of the... 

Hunt Highway Opens in Pinal County

FLORENCE AZ (December 14, 2011) – The Arizona Department of Transportation opened Hunt Highway between Merrill Ranch Parkway and Arizona Farms Road. Pinal County Public Works crews were able complete repairs that included the removal of a large pot hole resulting from water run-off. Crews replaced a section of road with new sub-grade and paving and completed the work two and a half hours ahead of... 

Pinal County Votes on Redistricting Map

Pinal County Arizona FLORENCE AZ (October 20, 2011) – On Wednesday, October 19, 2011 the Board of Supervisors heard a presentation by Pinal County Elections Director Steve Kizer who explained the public comment process on the three proposed redistricting maps for Pinal County. Throughout September, the county held a series of nine public meetings to talk about the proposed maps and get vital input... 

Pinal County Budget Woes

Pinal County Arizona FLORENCE AZ (July 1, 2010) – The Pinal County Board of Supervisors adopted a final budget in the amount of $429,878,000 for the fiscal year of 2010-11. Like other Arizona counties, Pinal is struggling to deal with the declining economy at the same time the state is shifting its costs onto counties. Cost shifts from the state require county taxpayers to shoulder an added burden... 

2010 Census: Your 5-10 Minutes Determines Future for Cities, Towns & Counties

It’s quick, easy and confidential.  The US Census form will be arriving in your mailbox if it hasn’t already arrived.   The 2010 Census is the shortest in history.  There are just 10 questions per household.  What does the Census mean for all counties?  Federal aid, representation in Congress, reimbursement for disasters and crises — all of these things are cued to the Census count. ... 
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