Three Pinal County Board of Supervisors members conclude their service on Dec. 31.
District 1 Supervisor Pete Rios, elected in 2009, served three terms, while District 4 Supervisor Anthony Smith and District 5 Supervisor Todd House each served two terms, having both started on the board in 2013, according to a release.
The three on Dec. 16 received parting gifts from the county and the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, with Supervisors Mike Goodman and Stephen Miller, who will be staying on the board, paying tribute to their departing colleagues. To watch the section of a recent meeting, go to pinalcountyaz.swagit.com/play/12162020-725/4/.
The board voted to install Mr. Miller as chairman and Mr. Goodman as vice-chairman from Jan. 1, 2021, until the conclusion of the new board’s first meeting on Jan. 6, 2021, where the board will choose a chair and vice-chair for 2021.
The oath of office ceremony for the Pinal County Board of Supervisors and other elected officials will take place at 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 21.
New Supervisors Kevin Cavanaugh, representing District 1; Jeffrey McClure, representing District 4; and Jeff Serdy, representing District 5, will all take the oath. Supervisor Goodman, representing District 2; and Supervisor Miller, representing District 3, will also be sworn in at the ceremony as they begin their second and third terms respectively.
Additionally, elected officials Jill Broussard (school superintendent), Mark Lamb (sheriff), Michael McCord (treasurer), Douglas Wolf (assessor) and Kent Volkmer (county attorney) are all returning to office and will all take the oath on Monday. Recorder Virginia Ross is also returning and took her oath in a recent private ceremony, the release states.
Those who wish to watch the event are encouraged to view a live stream of the ceremony at pinalcountyaz.gov/bos/Pages/LiveStreaming.aspx.