More hires OK’d to help Pinal respond to building boom

By Mark Cowling | Pinal Central

FLORENCE — To help keep up with builders’ needs in the housing boom, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved three new positions in the Assessor’s Office.

Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf told the board it previously approved three new positions in the assessor’s GIS mapping department this summer at budget time, but more are needed.

“The flow of parcels needed to be worked in this county doesn’t seem to be trending down or even flat, it’s still on the accelerating curve,” he said.

Vice Chairman Mike Goodman asked if these new positions would help reduce the current workload and lag time.

“I’d like to say absolutely I’m certain of that, but I can’t,” Wolf replied. “We have some issues with some of our current employees that I can’t discuss in public that inhibit our ability to do some of the things we’d like to do.” He said there’s also a six-month training period before employees begin working directly with parcels.

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