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Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on Incorporation

There are over 100,000 residents here that live in the diverse area called San Tan Valley. San Tan Valley is the most populous unincorporated area in the United States, and yet for years we were denied the right to vote on our future. After fighting for years, we have now won that right.

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Letter to the Editor: Need for New Roads & Freeways hits home for Goodman & New Granddaughter

For some time now, myself and other supporters of Propositions 416 and 417 have said that new roads and freeways will improve public safety by providing alternate routes for our citizens, and first responders in emergencies. That point became very personal for me this week.

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Letter to the Editor: Does Pinal County know San Tan Valley Exists?

I live in San Tan Valley.

The inner ballot envelope for voting on propositions 416 and 417 shows the name and address of the voter.

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Letter to the Editor: Supervisor Goodman Urges a Yes Vote on Prop 416 & 417

Earlier this year the Arizona Department of Transportation said it had a transportation backlog of “800 years.”

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Letter to the Editor: NO on 416 and 417

Dear Fellow Voters,

Surely by now, you’ve noticed the numerous signs in support of Props 416 and 417 littering our intersections. Once again, we have a local government entity, Pinal County in this case, asking us to support yet another useless tax.

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Letter to the Editor: Propositions 416 and 417 Will Preserve Pinal County’s Way Of Life And Quality Of Life

Yes votes on Propositions 416 and 417 will get us new roads and freeways, and solve our traffic nightmares now and into the future. But these measures also preserve our quality of life. I must politely but strongly disagree with a letter submitted by Mr. Scott Skinner claiming that new roads and freeways will urbanize Pinal County.

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Letter to the Editor: What if a real handicapped person came to WalMart and NEEDED that spot

To the lady in the WalMart parking lot: You parked your Red Mercedes in a handicapped spot, I called you on it. You said you have a sticker but failed to produce it and then you drove around the parking lot to find where I was parked and stopped to tell me "You just jealous". Of what?

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Letter to the Editor: Open Letter to Pinal County BOS Regarding Prop 416/417

Did you know that the largest church in America has no doors, no walls, and no geographical limit? It’s the Church of Infinite Growth, and you are a member of it. You believe that growth is good, that it's inevitable, and that it's your job to facilitate it. You believe the only way to encourage economic activity is to subsidize land developers and big corporations. You hope: “maybe if we build new roads, Amazon will come and build a factory".

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Letter to the Editor: Thanks Pinal County SO

I'm writing to thank Pinal County Sheriff's Department. They recovered our stolen ATV/side by side.

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Letter to the Editor: PROP 416 & 417 & Life Quality Service

I'm a registered voter in Pinal County and have lived in Arizona for over 32 years and in San Tan Valley (STV) for over two years. I have followed several Pinal County issues, (to include STV Right to Vote, Queen Creek (QC) annexation of STV commercial property, (with Pinal County Government blessing) the issues with Johnson Utilities as well as other), within the county with extreme interest.

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Letter to the Editor: Phoenix Group Tries To Stop Freeways in Pinal

There They Go Again…. Another Phoenix Group Tries To Keep Pinal County From Getting the Roads And Freeways It Deserves.

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Letter to the Editor: When It Comes To New Roads & Freeways In Pinal County Trust The Locals Not False Phoenix Organizations

Mrs. Van Driel is a resident of Apache Junction. Mr. Shope is the former Mayor of Coolidge and owner of Shope’s IGA. Mr. Farrell is a City of Maricopa resident and was the community’s first Mayor.

 When it comes to the huge need for new roads and freeways in Pinal County who do you trust?

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Letter to the Editor: Johnie and Tammie Mendoza

I just wanted to share our dear friends story in hopes of inspiring others!

Johnie and Tammie Mendoza are former foster parents who have adopted 10 children from the system, the last is a medically fragile 2 year old who also has an NG feeding tube and various medical issues requiring equipment. They know all too well the importance of formula thickener and sterile tubes for tube feeding.

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Letter to the Editor: Amazed How Dispassionate a Person from SRP Could Be

I had a very disappointing experience on Wednesday. I usually don't pass stuff like this on, but I was actually amazed at how dispassionate a person from SRP could be.

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Letter to the Editor: An Important Vote for New Roads & Freeways

Dear Fellow Pinal County Resident:

You know better than anyone how inadequate roads and freeways in Pinal County can be. From north to south, east to west, our infrastructure needs serious help. This is especially true at a time when fatal and serious accidents are rising and state leaders say they have an "800 year" backlog for transportation projects.

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Letter to the Editor: A Big Day for San Tan Valley

Governor Doug Ducey signed HB2088 on Feb 21st, 2017, a tremendous victory for all of us! Unfortunately we had to not only wait for the legislative session to end, but we had to wait an additional 90 days before HB2088 became law (along with hundreds of other bills).

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Letter to the Editor: Dale Jr. Retirement

My name is Jacob Cohen, and I am 16 years old. Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced his retirement from NASCAR in April of this year.

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Letter to the Editor: Road Construction

My name is Joshua Cohen, and I am 14 years old. As part of my requirements for the Communications merit badge, I have to write a letter to the editor of our local newspaper.

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Letter to the Editor: Florence Copper Project

The Florence copper project: I am a twelve year old Boy Scout, and for one of my merit badges, I needed to attend a public meeting such as a town council meeting.

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Letter to the Editor: BOS - Stop Rezoning San Tan Valley

BOS - Stop Rezoning San Tan Valley

Wednesday, June 7th, was a very busy morning. Not only was an infamous utility company owner being arraigned in federal court, but the Pinal County Board of Supervisors was also meeting and some items on that agenda were troubling to say the least. As I could only be in one place at a time, I sent the following letter to the Board of Supervisors to be read into the record. Unfortunately, while the letter was mentioned that it had been received, the letter was not read at the meeting. As a result, I am posting the letter here for anyone who may be interested in reading what it said.

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