Lawsuit: Johnson Utilities says Queen Creek presented false information

By Kevin Reagan | PinalCentral

An appellate court has ruled the town of Queen Creek must release documents related to the business and operations of Johnson Utilities.

The Arizona Court of Appeals decided on Tuesday a nondisclosure agreement between the town and utility company was void because documents Johnson previously gave to Queen Creek should be considered public records.

Therefore, the town must comply with any requests to release those documents. Johnson delivered the documents to Queen Creek in 2017 when the parties discussed entering into a “transaction of mutual trust,” which later fell through.

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