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By Pinal County Supervisor Todd House | Apache Junction Gold Canyon Independent
The complaints. The frustrations. The pleas.
For years Pinal County residents have demanded better transportation. More roads and freeways. Indeed, you’ve demanded it of me.
It took time. Years. Of listening and community meetings. Plan after plan. Study after study.
The wait is now over. Nov. 7 is a chance, the chance, to finally get more roads and freeways in Pinal County. I think it’s appropriate to call it the “people’s plan.” You can check out the plan at www.YesOn416And417.com.