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Brief Feb. 27 City Council meeting features employee recognitions

Poppies lining Hwy 60 as you enter Globe. Photo by Kim Stone.

Members of the Globe City Council: Mayor Al Gameros, Vice Mayor Mike Stapleton (District 4), and Council members Freddy Rios (District 1), Mike Pastor (District 2), Jesse Leetham (District 3), Mariano Gonzalez (District 5), and Fernando Shipley (District 6). All members were in attendance at this meeting.

Council meets new Finance Clerk and recognizes City employees for years of service

Council was introduced to the City’s new finance clerk, Suzanne Dubisar. She has a background starting in banking and then working in accounting in a wide range of areas, and has also owned an ice cream truck. She has family in the area and lives in Superior. She started on January 29.

City’s new finance clerk, Suzanne Dubisar.


Council recognized two City employees in the Police Department for their years of service.

  • Chief Walters recognized Trent Clatterbuck, Sergeant Detective for five years of service. Det. Clatterbuck is an Arizona native, growing up in Mesa, and served in the military for many years, including in the Marine Corps, the USAF and the Navy. His experience includes DNA processing and body identification, and he has worked in forensics for the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s office and for the Navajo County Medical Examiner’s office as a senior investigator. He joined Globe PD in 2019 as a patrol officer and quickly became a detective due to his background. He oversees the criminal investigation unit.
  • Chief Walters also recognized Roman Hernandez, Police Officer. He lives in Miami and is a graduate of MHS. He started his law enforcement career in Texas and returned to Arizona for family reasons, joining the Globe PD in January 2019. He is a field training officer and is a patrol sergeant. He is a frequent participant in the City’s special events, helping found the annual Easter Egg hunt and performing as the Grinch at Christmastime. 

Motions approved

Council also approved motions for the following:

  • Accounts payable in the amount of $370,183.06.
  • Ratifying a Letter of Support for the Globe Wellness Center.
  • Ratifying a Letter of Support for the Gila County Department of Public Health and Community Services.
  • In preparation for the elections coming up this year, Council officially designated election dates: July 30 as the date for the primary election and November 5 for the general election. The resolution also set the deadlines for voter registration and for the date and place where candidates need to file nomination papers. Seats up for election this year include the Mayor, District 1, and District 2. Local control and spending limitations will also be on the ballot, according to Shelly Salazar. Candidate packets are now available in the City Clerk’s office and those documents must be filed by April 1st, at 5:00 p.m.  

To view this meeting online, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJEvKkJmnnI.

To view documents related to this meeting, click here

Full minutes can be found by visiting the City Hall website at https://www.globeaz.gov/government and clicking on Agendas/Minutes near the bottom of the screen under Quick Links.

The Globe City Council meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall.

Members of the public can also participate in City of Globe public meetings by viewing the meeting live on YouTube. To view the Council meeting live stream, go to the City of Globe’s YouTube channel (search for City of Globe Arizona). 

To speak to agenda items before or during the meeting, call or text (928) 200-0154 or email council@globeaz.gov if you desire to speak to the Council during an agenda item.


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