Giles on reelection: A chance to make Mesa better

By Jim Walsh | Mesa Tribune

After his resounding re-election to his second and last full four-year term, Mayor John Giles cherishes the lengthy 10-year opportunity voters have given him to make his hometown better. 

That decade results from an extra two years from the last half of the second term for former Mayor Scott Smith, who resigned to make an unsuccessful bid for governor and was replaced by Alex Finter until the next election.

(City of Mesa)

Ten years is a long time, Giles said – Long enough to see projects he started come to fruition, such as the asu@mesacity city center and two closely-related spinoffs – a plaza and an incubation studio in the city’s vacant former Information Technology building.

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