Upcoming Payson Events!

Submitted by Shirley Dye

The Payson TEA Party will feature Payson Mayor Kenny Evans and Vice Mayor Michael Hughes, and possibly Gila County Supervisor Tommie Martin.  They will provide information on many Payson issues, including the Home Rule Proposition and the continuation of the 1/2 cent county tax that will be on the Ballot.  

The meeting will be held on Thursday, June 12, from 6:00-8:00 pm, at Tiny's Restaurant.  Tiny's is located at 600 Arizona Highway 260, Payson.  

OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS: 

There will be a Tonto National Forest Hearing to discuss Cultural Resources, Terrestrial Resources (Wildlife & Vegetation.  (Think Endangered Species Act regulations and Tribal Heritage/Artifacts.)  It's worth your time to attend this hearing.  

The meeting will be held on Monday, June 16, from 6:00 – 8:30 pm, at Julia Randall Elementary School, 902 W Main St., Payson.

NEWS FROM THE PAYSON ATTORNEY.

Candidate Yard signs can be placed on your property NOW and must be removed no later than 10 days after the Primary.  Signs may not be placed in the 87/260 right of way but may be placed at the property line.  We need to find friendly business who will allow us to place signs on their property just behind the right of way.  If you know of any, please contact Shirley Dye at shirleyujest@npgcable.com.

GILA COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY HEADQUARTERS TO OPEN SOON.

The Gila County Republican Party has secured a Headquarters, which will open soon.  It is located in the rear two story building at 719 S. Beeline Hwy, across from the Court House, south of the car wash.  There will be lots of candidate signs and literature available for residents.  Please watch for the Grand opening. 

See Also

Letter to the Payson Ranger District from Payson Mayor Kenny Evans

Payson Town Council

Endangered Species Act