The selection process outlined at today’s special session of the Board includes:
Applications, letters of interest and/or résumés are due by NOON on Friday, May 4. There is no formal application to submit and any combination of a letter of interest, résumé or other documents outlining the applicant’s qualifications for office should be mailed, or submitted in person, by noon on May 4 to:
Clerk of the Board
Pinal County Board of Supervisors
31 North Pinal Street, Building A
PO Box 827
Florence, AZ 85132
Candidates should indicate their address, party affiliation and contact information in the application.
The Board of Supervisors will have its regularly scheduled Board of Supervisors’ meeting on May 9, beginning at 9:30 AM. Following that meeting, at a time to be determined, a special public Work Session will be held at which candidates for the position will be given a specified period of time to make a public statement about their qualifications for selection as District 2 Supervisor. Notice of that meeting will be posted under Board Meetings/Agendas at www.pinalcountyaz.gov.
The Board of Supervisors will convene again in Special Session, also a public open meeting, on Friday, May 11 in the afternoon to make a selection from the candidate pool. This meeting is expected to start at 2:00 PM but official notice will be posted on the website under Board Meetings/Agendas at www.pinalcountyaz.gov.
During today’s meeting, Supervisor Bryan Martyn indicated the qualities he thought should be considered in appointing his successor and offered a name for consideration. The Pinal County Republican Committee also offered three nominees for consideration.
Board members expressed appreciation for the nomination but indicated they will welcome all applications from any qualified candidates, including applications from these nominees.