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Three Supervisors Say Goodbye to Pinal County With New Board Members Ready to be Sworn In Next Week
Date: 12/16/2020


It was an emotional final Board of Supervisors meeting of the year at the 1891 Courthouse in Florence today, with three of the five Supervisors bowing out from Pinal County.

District 1 Supervisor Pete Rios, elected in 2009, served three terms, while District 4 Supervisor Anthony Smith and District 5 Supervisor Todd House each served two terms, having both started on the Board in 2013. All three conclude their service on December 31, 2020.

The three received parting gifts from the County and the Sheriff's Office, with Supervisors Mike Goodman and Stephen Miller, who will be staying on the Board, paying tribute to their departing colleagues. To watch this section of today's meeting, click here:

With Chairman Anthony Smith and Vice-Chairman Pete Rios both leaving office on December 31, the Board voted to install Stephen Miller as Chairman and Mike Goodman as Vice-Chairman from January 1, 2021, until the conclusion of the new Board's first meeting on January 6, 2021, where the Board will choose a Chair and Vice-Chair for 2021.

Dedication Video
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