By Mark Cowling | Maricopa Monitor
FLORENCE — Pinal County officials believe they’re at least $14 million — and maybe as much as $54 million — short of U.S. CARES Act funds they should have received from the state for COVID-19 relief.
The Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday to send a letter to Gov. Doug Ducey asking for the rest of it.
“We owe it to our constituents,” Supervisor Mike Goodman, R-San Tan Valley, said. “I’m 100 percent on board with this.”