Public meeting scheduled for March 14 in Gold Canyon
Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy has announced a public meeting in Gold Canyon with the goal of forming a group that will represent Gold Canyon and Peralta Trail areas on regional issues.
The meeting is scheduled for March 14, at 7 p.m. at the Gold Canyon Community Church, 5810 S. Alameda, in Gold Canyon. All community members interested in serving are invited.
According to an email from Mayor Serdy: “The concept for this collaborative group is to serve as the voice of this community in order to better communicate its unique needs and concerns with other local, county and state representatives on those important issues to the community.
Such issues may include the proposed North-South Corridor connecting U.S. 60 near Gold Canyon to Interstate 10 near Eloy, future development and infrastructure needs among others.
The volunteer non-partisan group would be comprised of positive and forward-thinking members of existing organizations, homeowner’s associations, and other residential and business community members to ensure every part of Gold Canyon is represented.”
For more information, contact Jeff Serdy, 602-820-4429.
Photo above: Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy presents Genevieve Bricker, retiring president of the Association for the Development of a Better Environment (ADOBE), with a certificate of appreciation for her years of service to the community.