Supervisor Todd House Featured Presenter at March 30 Open Space Forum


APACHE JUNCTION, AZ – Pinal County Supervisor Todd House will be a featured presenter at a free open space and land conservation forum on Saturday, March 30 starting at 7:00 PM. House represents the Apache Junction, Superstition and Gold Canyon areas, three areas of Pinal County that are rich with beautiful views and trails.

“I’m an avid outdoorsman who understands the quality-of-life and economic development value of open space and recreational opportunities,” Supervisor House said. “We need to preserve scenic open space, create interconnected multi-use trails and develop Pinal County in a way that respects open space. I’m pleased to be able to present my thoughts and Pinal County’s progress thus far.”

There will be informative presentations by Pinal Partnership’s Northern Open Space Initiative Group, the Superstition Area Land Trust and Supervisor Todd House.

Status of Open Space & Land Conservation in Pinal County Saturday, March 30 starting at 7:00 PM
Mountain Brook Village’s Superstition Center
5782 South Mountain Brook Drive
Gold Canyon, AZ 85118
Free & Open to the Public


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