• Food In lieu of Fines (EOC)

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    maricopa-libraryFood for Fines Program Benefits Library Customers and Communities in Need

    Maricopa County Library District customers who owe library fines can get as much as $50 forgiven July 12-19 through the Library District’s Food for Fines program.

    Customers can bring in nonperishable food items to any District library for credit of $2 per item. A maximum of $50 can be waived.

    “Food for Fines benefits everybody,” said Steve Chucri, chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. “This is a creative way for library customers to reduce or eliminate fines while helping our community and neighbors,” he added. [Read More…]

  • Gilbert Fire & Rescue Department’s Annual Back to School Supply Drive

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    gilbert-fire-logoDate: July 1st – 28th, 2015

    Gilbert, Ariz. – Gilbert Fire & Rescue Department will be hosting our annual Back to School Supply Drive benefiting Gilbert Public School children in need.

    The supply drive will start on July 1st and continue through July 28th. We are collecting a variety of classroom needs including: backpacks, 3 ring binders, notebooks, pencils and pens, colored markers and a variety of other items. [Read More…]

  • Stuff the Bus Back to School Supply Drive (EOC)

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    Come out and support the Pinal County Sheriff’s annual, “Stuff the Bus” Back to School Supply Drive!

    Help a child who needs assistance on Saturday July 11th, 2015 at Wal-Mart in San Tan Valley AZ, 1725 W Hunt Hwy in front of the store.

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  • Inside PCSO – A photo story

    This month, we have an array of photos from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, courtesy of Sheriff Paul Babeu and Mark Clark, PIO for PCSO. Next month, you’ll get an inside look into PCSO and hear from the people in the know.

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  • Pinal County Update

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    Here are updates on projects throughout Pinal County. These come from Tim Kanavel, Pinal County Economic Development Manager and are current as of June 16, 2015. [Read More…]