Sessions with your Supervisor:  Anthony Smith coming to SaddleBrooke

FLORENCE – Consistent with his commitment to serve the people of District 4, which stretches from Maricopa to SaddleBrooke and the northern edge of Marana, Supervisor Anthony Smith will be holding meetings around the community.

  To best represent the interests of his constituents, Smith believes it is important to hold regular office hours so that people can meet him and share their ideas or questions.

  “I welcome the opportunity to meet and share ideas with members of the communities in my district,” Smith said.  “I firmly believe that the citizens of Pinal County elected me to be their representative so I could help shape the future of this great place.  I need to hear their ideas and concerns.  All input is welcome.”

Supervisor Smith will be at the SaddleBrooke substation of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office on Monday, March 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The substation is located at 63701 E. SaddleBrooke Blvd., Suite C, SaddleBrooke. 

Appointments are not necessary but are encouraged.  If you would like to schedule a specific time to meet with Supervisor Smith, please email his assistant at marlene.pearce@pinalcountyaz.gov with possible appointment times and a brief summary of the topic you wish to discuss. 

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