Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Commission meets Dec. 2

Posted 11/27/20

An update on the recent sale of 2,783.13 acres of State Trust Land south and adjacent to Apache Junction is part of the Dec. 2 meeting of the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Commission. The land …

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Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Commission meets Dec. 2

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An update on the recent sale of 2,783.13 acres of State Trust Land south and adjacent to Apache Junction is part of the Dec. 2 meeting of the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Commission. The land was sold for $245.5 million to homebuilder D.R. Horton Inc. in a live auction Nov. 4.

WATCH: A more than 11-minute video shows the auction action from $223 million to the final at $245.5 million

The meeting is to start at 6 p.m. in the City Council chambers, 300 E. Superstition Blvd.

In other business, the commission is slated to be updated on the city’s parks and recreation facilities and programs; and the city attorney is to update, review and discuss the 2020 code of conduct, conflicts of interest law, open meeting law, parliamentary procedure and public record law.

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