Queen Creek council closed-door executive session Oct. 16

Posted 10/15/19

The Queen Creek Town Council. (Independent Newsmedia/Arianna Grainey) Annexations and utility services are topics of a Oct. 16 closed-door executive …

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Queen Creek council closed-door executive session Oct. 16

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The Queen Creek Town Council. (Independent Newsmedia/Arianna Grainey)

Annexations and utility services are topics of a Oct. 16 closed-door executive session of the Queen Creek Town Council.

The council meets at 5:30 p.m. at the Queen Creek Community Chambers, 20727 E. Civic Parkway, for ceremonial matters, committee reports and public comment before adjourning to closed-door executive sessions.

Items on the executive session agenda are:

  • Discussion and consultation with the town's attorney for legal advice and with the town's representatives regarding the Arizona Corporation Commission actions related to Johnson Utilities.
  • Discussion and consultation with the town's attorney for legal advice and with the town's representatives regarding annexations and providing utility services.
  • Discussion and consultation with the town's attorney for legal advice and with the town attorney to consider the town's position and instruct its attorneys regarding pending lawsuits: Johnson Utilities vs. Town of Queen Creek.
  • Discussion and consultation with the town's attorney for legal advice regarding a possible abandonment of Rittenhouse Road right-of-way in Section 36..
  • Discussion and consultation with the rown's attorney for legal advice and with the town's representatives regarding an impact fee update.

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