As a follow up to the Gold Canyon Coordinating Committee’s March 28 meeting, the group met again on May 4 to update residents on local concerns.
Committee members present were David Coward, Abe Dye, Phil Flood, Steve Knauer, Roberto Reveles, Dick Richards and Edward Wakeham.
Knauer and Wakeham (Gold Canyon East) were welcomed as new members of the committee. Also invited to join, but unable to attend, were Glenn Walp (ADOBE), Karen Davis (Superstition Mountain Owners Association), Bob Woelky, and Natalie Clement.
Since the March 28 community meeting, Pinal County Supervisor Todd House issued a press release indicating the county “listened to the concerns... and...it was clear...that we need make some changes with ingress and egress. We listened and we are making changes.”
The County will begin a traffic impact analysis study as soon as possible to make changes in response to the public and to work with Arizona State Land Department and the state Department of Transportation to find suitable land for access in and out of Gold Canyon.
The Coordinating Committee will be monitoring meetings of the county Planning and Zoning Commission, which are held every third Thursday of the month, to ensure Gold Canyon’s interests are represented. The Committee will report on any proceedings affecting the road system and quality of life of Gold Canyon’s various subdivisions and neighborhoods.
Future meetings of the Committee will be held the first Saturday of each month. Next meeting will be on June 1, 10 a.m., at the Missions Center (on Kings Ranch Rd., across from the United Methodist Church.
Gold Canyon homeowner association leaders are urged to join the Coordinating Committee. For further information, contact Roberto Reveles firstname.lastname@example.org, 480-251-8580.
New Community Meeting Scheduled for May 30
Supervisor Todd House announced a meeting that has been scheduled for Gold Canyon residents to discuss issues in their area. The meeting will be held at the Gold Canyon United Methodist Church Main Sanctuary, 6640 South Kings Ranch Road on Thursday, May 30 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Photo above: Pinal County Supervisor Todd House speaks at the March 28 Gold Canyon community meeting.