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Pinal County Growth

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I gotta think that the explosive growth will slow before Pinal can grow to the size of Pima, at this point it's not even a quarter the size.

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There's a community survey here. (Look for "Click here to take the survey".) It has some good questions. (But I don't feel right filling it out because I no longer live even close to Pinal County.)

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A tale of two counties: Some just over line feel slighted by Pinal, wish for development rules like Pima's

I do love how people built in Pinal County to escape Pima's zoning restrictions and are now complaining that they have no services like their neighbors in Pima County. There are probably even some who think that Pima County should pick up for those services.

Pinal really needs to step up and start policing itself in the ways of run-away development. The Pima line is one thing, but what's been happening in AJ and Queen Creek is ridiculous.

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