County Supervisors Association sets 2015 priorities at 10th annual summit

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Pinal County Supervisors, Pete Rios, Steve Miller, Anthony Smith and Todd House, joined county officials from across the state at the Tenth Annual Legislative Summit of the County Supervisors Association (CSA) last week in Prescott, Arizona. At the event, local leaders established a county policy agenda for the 2015 state legislative session.

“We had a very productive series of policy deliberations in Prescott and we are grateful to Yavapai County for hosting the CSA Legislative Summit this year,” CSA Third Vice-President and Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith said, “Counties and the state must have a strong partnership to serve Arizonans. It is vital for state leaders to know what is important to county officials and our constituents so that we can work together to save taxpayer dollars, maintain our roadways and improve public safety.”

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