VIA SBINSIDER| January 23rd, 2023
Jeffrey McClure, Pinal County District 4 Supervisor will host a townhall style event at Desert View Theater January 23rd at 10AM. The event is open to the public. McClure’s district includes both SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch. The event is billed as the “State of the County” and will include multiple county officials. Douglas Wolf, Pinal County Assessor is on the agenda and will look back at 2023 and prospects for 2024 real estate.
McClure hosted the same event last year and a large crowd attended.
During the presentations, taxpayers are encouraged to ask questions about county policy, roads and taxes. On the ballot in November, Pinal County has a referendum to continue an existing sales tax .5 (half-cent) targeted for road improvement.
McClure was elected in 2022 after toiling as a member of the Oracle School Board. He and his wife live in Eagle Crest.
OPEN HOUSE ON Road Study Assessment
The following day, January 24th, Supervisor McClure is hosting an Open House at Mtn. View ballroom to review and discuss results of an RSA which involves a formal road safety evaluation of either planned or existing roadways. The RSA Team looks for potential safety hazards that may affect any type of road user and recommends measures to mitigate those safety issues.
The event begins at 5PM.
Many SaddleBrooke residents want answers on when the SaddleBrooke Blvd. entrance will be upgraded as it seems weekly potholes need repair, and the right turn onto Oracle Road needs new drainage to relive constant maintenance.
At the open house the discussion will focus on the RSA process, comments received to date, data collection efforts and preliminary findings. SaddleBrooke residents are encouraged to participate.