Board of Supervisors Meeting Recap

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Key Points from the Regular Meeting

held on February 7, 2024

  • The Board approved renewal for another year of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) executed September 6, 2023, between the Pinal County Board of Supervisors and the Pinal County Recorder for election services. Pursuant to the terms of the MOU, the Board shall take action to renew, revise, or terminate the MOU at least yearly at its first regularly scheduled meeting in February. (Item 19)


  • In Call to the Public, County Assessor Douglas Wolf spoke to remind the public that exemptions for property of widows, widowers, and disabled persons are open through Thursday, 29 February 2024. For more information, please click here. Additionally, Assessor Wolf said that Notices of Value will be mailed shortly and are expected to arrive in mailboxes around February 15th. (Item 1)
  • The Board accepted the resignation of Western Pinal Justice Court JP Lyle Riggs, effective February 2, 2024, and set about the process of appointing a replacement to see out the remainder of Justice Riggs' term. Justice Riggs served for ten years, having begun his role in 2014. Information on the application process for interested parties can be found at the bottom of this email. (Item 20)
  • The Board approved two planning and zoning items, as presented, to allow for a commercial development of batting cages on 2.65± acres located on the southwest corner of Ocotillo Rd and Kenworthy Rd in San Tan Valley. (Items 11 and 12)


  • In the 2024 state and federal legislative session update, Supervisor Miller explained that there have been over 1,500 bills dropped at the State Legislature. None have been passed as yet, with the bills still in the committee stage. (Item 6)
  • In the Supervisor District Updates item, Supervisor Cavanaugh promoted the Hayduke Building Dedication event on February 21st, which will take place after the BOS Meeting that day. Supervisor Cavanaugh's District Office in Coolidge was once a bus station, where families would say goodbye to loved ones heading off to the military. Click here for more info. Supervisor McClure played a video (top right) from a recent State of the County event he hosted in SaddleBrooke. He promoted his next State of the County event in Merrill Ranch on February 27th. Click here for more info. Finally, Supervisor Goodman played a video on illegal dumping in San Tan Valley; click the video (bottom right) to view it. (Item 3)
  • County Attorney Kent Volkmer announced the winners for the Paint Pinal Purple Event, where entrants lit their business or organization purple for the month of October. The Arizona City Fire District was awarded first place, Pinal County's Juvenile Court Services Department was second, and the Florence Allstate Office came third. Pictured with the Board and County Attorney Volkmer are, left to right, Holly Bizon, Denise Smith, Donna McBride, Shirley Sutherland, and Kassie Kennaugh. (Item 5)
  • Supervisor Serdy appointed Jamie Suzanne Sullivan to the Open Space & Trails Advisory Commission through April 2026. Jamie is pictured right with Supervisor Serdy. (Item 4)
  • In the County Manager's report, Leo Lew spoke about the ACMA (Arizona City/County Management Association), of which he serves on the Board of Directors. He highlighted awards for former Queen Creek Town Manager Cynthia Seelhammer and current Apache Junction City Manager Bryant Powell. Additionally, two Pinal County Directors, Angie Woods and Chris Wanamaker, recently joined the ACMA Management Academy, and both spoke of their early experiences in the program. (Item 2)
Regular Session Action Summary

Time References


Item 1: 01:27

Item 19: 19:58

Item 18: 31:02

Item 2: 32:37

Item 3: 43:55

Item 4: 55:58

Item 5: 58:16

Item 6: 01:03:21

Item 7: 01:06:44

Item 8: 01:28:57

Item 20: 01:58:01

Item 9: 02:12:54

Item 10: 02:14:15

Items 11/12: 02:15:18

Items 13/14: 03:13:05

Items 15-17: 03:23:38

Item 21: 03:33:25

Item 22: 03:37:37 (Meeting Convenes Into Executive Session)


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