Supervisors to vote on dissolving Queen Creek Domestic Water Improvement District

The resolution dissolving the Queen Creek Domestic Water Improvement District. (Maricopa County)

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Jan. 30 are to vote on a resolution dissolving the Queen Creek Domestic Water Improvement District. All obligations of the improvement district have been paid in full and operation and maintenance have been taken over by the Town of Queen Creek.

The district is in the general area south of the Town of Queen Creek.

The supervisors meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Supervisors’ Auditorium at 205 W. Jefferson in Phoenix.

The Maricopa County Treasurer’s Office has researched its files and confirmed that the district does not have any bonds and/or coupons outstanding, according to the agenda.

The county treasurer is requesting payment of $6,650.00 for bond agent fees from a remaining balance of $11,571.76 and shall transfer the amount to the Treasurer’s Office account.

The county treasurer is also to transfer a remaining balance after fees of $4,921.76 from the Queen Creek Domestic Water Improvement District to the Improvement District Reserve Fund.

 

The Queen Creek Independent is mailed each month to 24,000 homes.

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