Supervisor Smith Announces SaddleBrooke & Arizona City Office Hours

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FLORENCE, AZ – 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 across his district so that people can meet him and share their ideas or questions.

“I am pleased to announce that a representative of the Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf’s office will be joining me to answer questions about property taxes and valuations,” Smith said.  “They’ll be with me at SaddleBrooke and Arizona City.”

Appointments are not required but are encouraged to help reduce time spent waiting.  To make an appointment, please email marlene.pearce@pinalcountyaz.gov or call 520-866-3960.

Friday, May 17
1 PM to 4 PM
SaddleBrooke PCSO Substation
63701 East Saddlebrooke Road, Suite C
SaddleBrooke, AZ  85739

Tuesday, May 21
3 PM to 7 PM
Arizona City Fire District
14022 South Sunland Gin Road
Arizona City, AZ  85123

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