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How Pinal County parents can deal with the infant formula shortage, according to the health department

The U.S. is seeing a nationwide shortage of baby formula leaving parents struggling to find the essential product for their newborns. Abbott, a major producer of baby formula, made a voluntary recall of several of its brands, which became the shortage. Due to the market’s limited competition, exclusive contracts and few large suppliers, the recall put a huge strain on the nation’s supply.
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During National Water Safety Month, a local attorney weighs in on pool-safety legalities

May is Water Safety Month in Arizona and you can take steps to prevent accidents in the pool.Getty Images. (Pinal County, AZ) In the United States, more children between the ages of 1 and 4 die from drowning than any other cause of death except birth defects. Because of this, May is National Water Safety Month, and efforts to educate the public on how to keep children safe from this preventable crime are taking place across the state and here in Pinal County.
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CAC Awards Emeritus Status to Rick Gibson, Retired Board Member

During the May Board of Governors meeting, Central Arizona College and the Board of Governors of the Pinal County Community College District awarded Mr. Richard (Rick) Gibson Emeritus Trustee Status. Per CAC Policy, Emeritus status can be awarded to any retiring full-time employee or member of the Board of Governors...
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Pinal County Seeks Public Comment on Draft 2022 Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

Pinal County and the nine (9) incorporated cities and towns located within the county have worked together to review and update the existing 2016 Pinal County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The goal of mitigation planning is to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to life and property from natural hazard events. Mitigation is not how we respond to emergencies like floods and wildfires, but rather how we as a community prevent the impact of such things in the first place.
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$80 million, 5-year transportation plan up for approval

A drone's eye view of drainage work for the Magma Road project that was completed last year.Photo courtesy of Pinal County Public Works. Over the next five years, Pinal County transportation planners recommend spending $80.2 million on 107 road construction, improvement, and maintenance projects, funded by a half-cent sales tax voters approved in 2005.
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Biggs: Cavanaugh is fiscal conservative in name only

By Braden Biggs Supervisor (Kevin) Cavanaugh talks a big game about being a fiscal conservative and wanting a smaller government. However, his actions and the management of his office say […] This post Biggs: Cavanaugh is fiscal conservative in name only appeared first on InMaricopa.
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