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Florence Chamber hosts state of the town discussion

Posted 3/30/22

The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a state of the town discussion.

Mayor Tara Walker, Rounds Consulting Jim Rounds and Pinal County Supervisor Jeff McClure will discuss the …

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Florence Chamber hosts state of the town discussion

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The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a state of the town discussion.

Mayor Tara Walker, Rounds Consulting Jim Rounds and Pinal County Supervisor Jeff McClure will discuss the achievements of the Greater Florence area in 2021.

Joining the discussion will be a panel of developers that are currently investing in the area.

The event takes place from 7:30-10 a.m., Thursday, April 14, at the Florence Community Center, 778 N. Main St.

The event is open to the public at a cost of $20. Breakfast is included in the price.  The public can RSVP at Florencechamber@gmail.com.

In her state of the town address, Walter pointed out that the town is in a strong fiscal position.

“At the close of last fiscal year, 2019-2020, the town’s governmental funds reported combined for fund balances of $48.6 million, which was an increase of $6 million over the previous year,” she said. “Our unassigned fund balance, which is available for spending at the town’s discretion, was $13.4 million. This represents nearly 78.4% of our general fund budget for fiscal year 2020-21 and is a tremendous asset for the town moving forward.”

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