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Letter to the Editor: Call to the Public

Mr. Chairman, Call to the Public is a valued component in fulfilling Arizona's statutory Open Meeting Law for our State's public bodies. It's a unique

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Letter to the Editor: PCSO is wrong

Recently, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office Facebook Page posted a video and information regarding the prohibition of drivers from using the left lane

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Letter to the Editor: Cavanaugh Corruption

As if news of Supervisor Cavanaugh's alleged unauthorized break-in to the Coolidge Elections Office wasn't enough, now news of what appears to be the

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Letter to the Editor: Why are Farmers being restricted of water for their crops?

I'm a resident in San Tan Valley. I'm sure I am not the only resident wondering why Farmers are being restricted of water for their crops. When all th

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Letter to the Editor: Untruthful Commentary

Mr Chairman, during the Board's March 16 meeting the public witnessed a display of untruthful commentary by a speaker during Call to the Public. He sp

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Letter to the Editor: The ACC Needs to Stand Up to SRP & for Ratepayers

Salt River Project is known for great customer service --- friendly representatives, willingness to work with customers who have fallen behind on thei

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Letter to the Editor:

Last night's State of the Union by President Biden was a resounding call to all Americans and to the universe, reminding us of the global struggl

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Letter to the Editor: What's going on with Arizona's formerly-Grand Old Party

aWhat's going on with Arizona's formerly-Grand Old Party? Time for its genuine friends to organize a crisis intervention. Some concerning examples fol

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Letter to the Editor: Threatened Democratic Republic

February is Black History Month, an opportunity to honor our fellow Americans whose justifiably proud history illustrates the best of humanity's value

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Letter to the Editor: The Big Lie Campaign

Congratulations Chairman McClure and Vice Chairman Serdy on your new responsibilities. We meet during the sad anniversary of an unprecedented violent

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Letter to the Editor: EPCOR wants to raise the rates you pay for water and wastewater services

EPCOR wants to raise the rates you pay for water and wastewater services. Tell the regulators you don't want that to happen.Stop complaining and do so

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Letter to the Editor: Meeting Our Future Water, Power and Infrastructure Needs in Arizona

Over the last five years, Arizona has been capitalizing on a lot of "ups": fix up, patch up, and catch up, and we have made some significant work to b

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Letter to the Editor: American Rescue Plan Act

In reference to Consent items Q and R I want to commend and thank our county management team for its timely request of funding under the recently appr

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Letter to the Editor: It's time for an audit of Mark Lamb's Sheriff's Department

I recently read that a number of Pinal County residents are asking the Pinal County Board of Supervisors to conduct an audit of Mark Lamb's Sheriff's

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Letter to the Editor: Distrust in the integrity of our voting process

Truth, trust, transparency and accountability are words that are desperately needed to guide all levels of government today. At recent Pinal County Bo

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Letter to the Editor: Feud between Florence Copper & the Town of Florence is finally over

Florence Copper Inc. and the Town of Florence, Arizona have successfully resolved the outstanding legal disputes that had arisen between the two parti

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Letter to the Editor: Working Together to Help Unemployed Arizonans

There are two basic questions to ask about today's unemployment assistance benefits: 1) Is $240 per week enough for a family to live on while unemploy

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Letter to the Editor: Can we heal?

Can we heal and unify if an insurrectionist is in Congress? By refusing to recognize the results of a certified election and supporting allegations wi

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Letter to the Editor: 5 Ways Arizona Can Put People Back to Work and Transform Higher Education

It's tempting these days to believe that once COVID-19 is contained, the U.S. economy will bounce back quickly, replenishing jobs and incomes lost in

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Letter to the Editor: Personal lives are being threatened

Never in my lifetime have we lived during a more consequential and threatening challenge than today in both our civic and our personal lives. Your fed

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