Pinal supervisors deny conflict of interest with Johnson Utilities

Pete Rios

By Jake Kincaid | PinalCentral

Activist group the United Citizens created an online petition calling for Supervisors Todd House and Pete Rios to recuse themselves from issues relating to Johnson Utilities.

The petition received 106 signatures, prompting a response from Pete Rios in the form of an email and even a physical postcard mailed to some constituents who signed the petition.

“I read your computer-generated form letter with much interest. However most people that are sincerely concerned about an issue in their community will typically contact their elected official(s) by a personal email, phone call or letter,” the postcard read. “Secondly, I would challenge you or the author of this form letter to find anything in my voting record as Supervisor for District 1 (over the last nine years) that directly benefited Johnson Utilities. You’re missing the basic, logical research that is done before launching accusations & making demands.”


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