General Plan 2020 on Aug. 4 Apache Junction election ballot

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 7/14/20

The Aug. 4 primary election ballot in Apache Junction includes a mayoral and council election and Proposition 442, the city’s General Plan.

The city is required to update and adopt its …

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General Plan 2020 on Aug. 4 Apache Junction election ballot

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The Aug. 4 primary election ballot in Apache Junction includes a mayoral and council election and Proposition 442, the city’s General Plan.

The city is required to update and adopt its General Plan for the community every 10 years. Over the last 18 months, city staff has received input from citizens, community leaders and elected officials to develop “Legendary Landscapes and Lifestyles,” an updated General Plan, which acts as a guide in planning for the city’s future, according to a release.

More information on the General Plan, including a fact sheet and the document itself, are available at ajcity.net/gp2020.

Early voting for the election has begun. Those on the Permanent Early Voting List will receive their ballot in the mail. Those who wish to vote by mail can contact the Pinal County Recorder’s Office at 520-866-6163.

For more information on places to vote, visit pinalcountyaz.gov/Elections/Pages/WhereDoIVote.aspx.

For more information on voting in person, go to the state’s Vote Safe Guide at azsos.gov/sites/default/files/Voting_Safely_in_2020_17.pdf.

For additional information on the General Plan or the process used to develop the document, call 480-474-5087.

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