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Click It or Ticket Enforcement

Location (Pinal County) – In an effort to save more lives on Arizona’s roadways this month the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is partnering with (Pinal County Sheriff’s Office) and other local law enforcement agencies to increase seat belt usage throughout Arizona.

Although Arizona has a secondary seat belt law, the enforcement campaign is based upon high visibility traffic enforcement with a “zero-tolerance” approach towards seat belt and child safety seat usage.

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Pinal County Seeks Citizen Input on Redistricting

Redistricting 2012By order of state statutes, Pinal County voters will be electing a five member Board of Supervisors in 2012, based on population data gathered in the 2010 census.  The state’s population growth also means that Arizona will gain a Congressional district.  Statewide redistricting has an effect on countywide redistricting yet the planning needs to follow a similar track and timeline.

The Board of Supervisors and Pinal County Elections Department is seeking preliminary public input through a survey that is posted online.  You can find a link to the survey under Hot Topics on the Elections Department website or you can access it directly thorough this link:

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Queen Creek school district: After 13 years, a change at the top

by Hayley Ringle - Jun. 24, 2011 09:28 AM
The Arizona Republic

Superintendent James Murlless and Assistant Superintendent Tom Lindsey have worked side by side for Queen Creek Unified School District since they started within a month of each other in 1998.

So it's only fitting that now that...

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Rabies Advisory for Eastern Pinal County

Pinal County Public Health is issuing a rabies advisory and urging Pinal County residents to have their animals vaccinated against the fatal disease.  On Wednesday, a Mammoth-San Manuel area man was startled awake by something pawing at his face.  It turned out to be a stealthy skunk that had entered the man’s home through his dog door.

He was able to get the skunk outside where he killed it with a shovel.  The skunk tested positive for rabies, a fatal disease that can be transmitted to humans and other animals through contact with bodily fluids.

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