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District 5 Supervisor Jeff Serdy to host open house April 29

Posted 4/27/21

To celebrate National County Government Month and to raise awareness of the role local governments play in the lives of their citizens, Pinal County District 5 Supervisor Jeff Serdy has organized an …

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District 5 Supervisor Jeff Serdy to host open house April 29

The Roy Hudson County Complex in Apache Junction is at 575 N. Idaho Road.
The Roy Hudson County Complex in Apache Junction is at 575 N. Idaho Road.
Arianna Grainey
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To celebrate National County Government Month and to raise awareness of the role local governments play in the lives of their citizens, Pinal County District 5 Supervisor Jeff Serdy has organized an open house at the Roy Hudson County Complex in Apache Junction.

It is 2-7 p.m. April 29 at 575 N. Idaho Road. Mr. Serdy’s office is in Suite 101.

Supervisor Serdy will be in attendance as well as representatives from other Pinal County departments such as the clerk of the superior court, adult and juvenile probation, public health and the assessor’s, recorder’s and treasurer’s offices. In addition, the Superstition Community Food Bank and Superstition Fire and Medical District will be represented.

“National County Government Month presents the ideal opportunity for us as a county to show our District 5 residents how much counties matter,” Supervisor Serdy said in the release. “I look forward to welcoming residents to our complex so our county representatives can demonstrate how we serve the community in protecting and enhancing their health, welfare, and safety in a cost-effective and efficient manner.”

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