Pinal County Economic Director Tim Kanavel and County Manager Greg Stanley are scheduled to speak.
The county encompasses 5,374 square miles, of which 4.5 are water. In both the economy and geography, Pinal County has two distinct regions. The eastern portion is characterized by mountains with elevations to 6,000 feet and copper mining. The western area is primarily low desert valleys and irrigated agriculture. The communities of Mammoth, Oracle, San Manuel, and Kearny have traditionally been active in copper mining, smelting, milling, and refining. Arizona City, Eloy, Maricopa, Picacho, Red Rock, and Stanfield have agriculture based-economies. Apache Junction, Arizona City, Coolidge, Eloy, and particularly Casa Grande have diversified their economic base to include manufacturing, trade, and services.
Date: April 8th 2019
Time: 8 am – 9:30 am
Location: 2510 E Hunt Highway Suite 1, Copper Basin, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143
$7 cash buffet breakfast
$2 for coffee only
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