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Assessors office now requires appointments for in-person services

GILA COUNTY_ Gila County Assessor, Joe Williams, announced that all In-Person service will be performed by appointment only, starting Monday April 27,  and encourages property owners and residents to utilize email, phone or the Gila County  website to conduct business with the Gila County Assessor’s Office. “The health and well-being …

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Pinto Valley Mine outlines COVID-19 response planning actions

In a letter to community partners, General Manager Mike Wickersham outlined the steps Pinto Valley Mine is taking to prevent the spread of the virus in their workplace, while supporting employees and optimizing copper production.  Here is the full text:  Dear Community Partners: At Pinto Valley Mine, we continue to …

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Supervisor Humphrey to hold call-in community meetings in May

GLOBE- Due to current restrictions regarding Covid-19,  Supervisor Tim Humphrey will hold community meetings via a call-in conference call for Tonto Basin and Roosevelt as follows:  1Tonto Basin Community Call-In:  May 5th at 5 pm. #928-223-4066            2Roosevelt Community Call-In: May 18th at 1 pm  # …

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Forest Service updates users on recreational usage in TontoNationalForest

PHOENIX, April 3, 2020 —   In response to the rapidly changing circumstances related to the COVID19 pandemic, many day-use sites, restrooms and other developed recreation facilities on the Tonto National Forest are currently closed, however, the vast majority of the general Forest area will remain available to visitors who …

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Confusion surrounding Governor’s Stay-at-home order, prompts clarification from city.

(Globe AZ, March 31, 2020) On March 30, 2020, Governor Ducey issued executive Order 2020-18 ordering people to “limit their time away from their residency” in order to slow the spread of COVID-19. The Governor’s goal is to promote social distancing, limit social gatherings, and reduce non-essential travel. This Executive …

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Stay at Home order issued by Gov. Ducey for all but essential activities

 The order states that Arizona residents must limit their time away from home except when involved in “essential activities,” work or volunteering in “essential functions,” using any services or products provided by essential businesses, and employment if they are a sole proprietor or family-owned business who works in an office …

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