Rios reports: Mammoth DES office may close; Kearny office to be cut back

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Pinal County Supervisor Pete Rios

From the desk of Supervisor Pete Rios

Date: January 24, 2012

I have been informed that the Arizona Department of Economic Security has put together a State Consolidation Plan. While nothing is approved as of yet, the plan includes potentially shutting down the Mammoth DES office and cutting back services at the Kearny DES office.

I realize many of you utilize services provided through these offices. I am urging you to join me in contacting our district representatives in the Arizona State House and Senate and let them know your thoughts about the State Consolidation Plan for DES.

State Senator-Elect: Barbara McGuire

Arizona State Senate

Capitol Complex

1700 West Washington

Phoenix, AZ 85007-2890

State Representative: Frank Pratt

Arizona House of Representatives

Capitol Complex

1700 West Washington

Phoenix, AZ 85007-2890

fpratt@azleg.gov

State Representative-Elect: T.J. Shope

Arizona House of Representatives

Capitol Complex

1700 West Washington

Phoenix, AZ 85007-2890

The main telephone line to the State Senate and House is: 1-800-352-8404

Sincerely

Supervisor Pete Rios, District 1

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