Pinal County Supervisor Todd House collects 27,000 donated diapers

  What started as a small donation drive five years ago has turned into a bonanza for local human-aid agencies. District 5 Pinal County Supervisor Todd House has been holding a diaper drive since he was elected to the office.  Each year, the donations keep on growing and growing and growing. “It’s amazing, the people’s […]

Pinal supervisors discuss taking action against Johnson Utilities air quality

 The Pinal County Supervisors studied possible legal actions against Johnson Utilities, LLC. in response to violations of the county’s Air Quality Control District Code of Regulations, according to a press release from Pinal County. The public hearing took place Wednesday, June 21, during the supervisor’s regular session. Under Arizona Revised Statutes 49-479, the board of […]

Pinal County Town Hall to focus on linking transportation, economic growth

Supervisor House, District 5, will discuss the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority “Linking Transportation: Paving the Way to Economic Growth” is the theme for the 29th Annual Pinal County Town Hall. It will take place Thursday Oct. 6, at Robson Ranch, 5750 N. Robson Blvd., in Eloy. Approximately 150 delegates are expected to attend the informative […]

Supervisor House looks forward to 2016 as board chairman

Since the Pinal County Board of Supervisors went to five members, the duties of the chairman are passed on every year instead every 16 months, as it did when there were three board members. In the final meeting of 2015, the board chose District 5 Supervisor Todd House to chair the meetings for 2016.  District […]

Supervisor House speaks on the proposed Peralta park

Welcome to fall. It’s nice to see the temperatures drop below 100 degrees.

Many of you know Pinal County’s Open Space and Trails Department has been receiving public input on the proposed Peralta Regional Park. This is one of seven proposed parks in Pinal County’s Opens Space and Trails Master Plan.

Peralta Park is slated to be located just east of Peralta Road and north of U.S. 60. This proposed park will offer exceptional open space and outdoor recreation opportunity that could include hiking, equestrian riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, dark sky watching, picnicking and camping.

The proposed 480-acre regional park is totally surrounded by Arizona State Trust Land and in close proximity to the Superstition Wilderness Area and Peralta Trailhead. To read more about this proposed regional park-look up this link.

The public participation in the planning process has been outstanding. We had over 60 residents come out the first public meeting. They shared ideas, concerns and general appreciation at the idea of having another area to spend quality time.

Secretary of State Reagan to visit Gold Canyon Oct. 10

Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan will be the guest speaker at a meeting of the Gold Canyon Republicans Club Saturday, Oct. 10, in Gold Canyon. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in the MountainBrook Village residential community’s Sunset Center, 5782 S. Mountain Brook Drive.

The event is open to the public.

Ms. Reagan is expected to provide an overview of the duties of her office, among other topics, event organizer Pam Burks said.

Pinal County Supervisor Todd House (District 5) also will address the attendees.

For more information, call Ms. Burks at 480-267-2286.