Everything has a value, state land trust commissioner says about property

 Stan Tomkiewicz of Queen Creek drove to Apache Junction to attend the March 23 meeting where State Land Trust Commissioner Lisa Atkins discussed land management. /Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller

Stan Tomkiewicz of Queen Creek drove to Apache Junction to attend the March 23 meeting where State Land Trust Commissioner Lisa Atkins discussed land management. /Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller

By Wendy Miller |Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent

Lisa Atkins is looking for ways to keep the state’s trust land as pristine and profitable as possible.

Ms. Atkins is the commissioner of the Arizona State Land Department. As such she is responsible for managing and administering 9.2 million acres of state land held in trust for 13 beneficiaries, the largest of which is K-12 education. In fiscal year 2013, trust revenues exceeded $318 million.

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