Vice Chairman Smith to Host State/County Legislative & Policy Update

MARICOPA, AZ – Pinal County Board of Supervisors’ Vice Chairman Anthony Smith is hosting an event on Saturday, April 6 from 10 AM to noon for members of the public to meet their state and county elected officials.

Smith plans to emcee the event during which state legislators and county elected officials will give a brief update to the public, followed by a question and answer session and closing remarks.

“The Legislative District 11 elected officials, Senator Al Melvin and Representatives Steve Smith and Adam Kwasman, represent a wide swath of Pinal County, just as those of us on the Board do,” Vice Chairman Smith said.  “With such a large district, we wanted to offer our communities an opportunity to come face-to-face with their lawmakers and county public officials.  I am pleased to bring this forum to Maricopa on April 6.”

The event is free, non-partisan and open to the public.  Smith is inviting the Sheriff, Treasurer, Recorder, Assessor, County Attorney, Clerk of the Superior Court and School Superintendent to participate alongside the state legislators.

Community Forum with State Legislators, County Elected Officials
Saturday, April 6 from 10 AM to Noon
44150 West Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway (Boardroom)
Maricopa, AZ 85138

 

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