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Assessor's Office mails 2014 Notices of Value
FLORENCE, AZ – If you own real estate in Pinal County, watch for your 2014 Notice of Value in the mail this week. The notice is not a tax bill but it does contain important information that will influence how much you pay in property taxes next year. The Full Cash Value (FCV) should reflect the market value of your property as of the beginning of this year.
State law requires the Assessor notify owners annually and they have 60 days to file an administrative appeal (Petition for Review of Valuation) if they believe their property is not valued correctly. Notices of value are mailed out well ahead of the tax statements in order to provide ample
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PCSO employees and citizens donate time, money, and gifts this holiday season
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) organized three Christmas programs and events during this holiday season to help those who are less fortunate.
PCSO employees were able to raise $23,000, which was used to purchase toys, clothes, and food for underprivileged families in Pinal County. Through toy donations and fundraising they were able to provide over 2,000 toys to nearly 400 children.
- The first event was “The Sheriff’s Toy Shop.” Through this program they organized several toy drives. All of the toys were taken to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, sorted, and then distributed to underprivideged children in
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Supervisors appoint Ronald LeDuc to Interim Constable of AJ Justice Court
Supervisors Appoint Ronald LeDuc to Interim Constable of Apache Junction (AJ) Justice Court
FLORENCE, AZ – The Pinal County Board of Supervisors unanimously appointed Gold Canyon resident Ronald LeDuc to fulfill the remaining term as Constable of Apache Junction Justice Court Precinct Seven.
LeDuc is replacing Jack McClaren who resigned on June 6 to seek the position of Pinal County Sheriff. He will hold the position until after the general election in November, at which time the voters will choose a Constable to fulfill the remainder of McClaren’s term. If there is no successful write-in candidate at the
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Pinal County again recognized for excellence in financial reporting
FLORENCE, AZ – For the 16th straight year, Pinal County’s Finance Department has been nationally recognized for its work in financial reporting.
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada has once again bestowed Pinal County with a prestigious Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting. The honor is for the work accomplished on the county’s comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year that ended on June 30, 2011.
An electronic version of the report is posted on the county’s website at: