Pinal manager’s contract OK’d

Louis M. Andersen

By Mark Cowling | Arizona City Independent

By a vote of 4-1, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved a contract with Louis M. Andersen to be the next county manager Wednesday afternoon.

The effective date is Sept. 1, giving Andersen time to work alongside current County Manager Greg Stanley, who has said he plans to retire in early October.

Andersen, currently Pinal County’s public works director, will earn an annual base salary of $193,394 as county manager.

Supervisor Steve Miller, R-Casa Grande, cast the only vote against the contract. He explained afterward that the board had previously set some “parameters” around this subject, and “I had a different version of where I thought we would be at this point.”

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