As a long time resident of our community, a former business owner, and active volunteer, Pat Call has the necessary experience and commitment to continue serving for another term as District 1 Cochise County Supervisor.

A member of the Republican Party, Pat has been instrumental in bringing numerous programs and services to Cochise County for the betterment of all residents. He firmly believes in making local government transparent. He supports a high standard of customer service. And he is a strong proponent of delivering quality services as efficiently as possible.

During every term he has served, Pat’s common sense approach and willingness to put the interests of local taxpayers first, has helped Cochise County successfully navigate tough economic waters and created a stable environment in which to meet the challenges ahead.

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The Sierra Vista Herald

Those Guys Auto owner Steve Relyea found many reams of documents and books of historic Cochise County records in one of his storage buildings located on his businesses property. Relyea purchased the property a few years ago.
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Call 2016Wednesday, May 25th, 2016 at 2:32am

By Eric Petermann, Sierra Vista Herald. After months of meetings, Cochise County Supervisors will get a comprehensive look at next year’s budget during a work session today, signalling the final steps before the public is asked to approve the revenue and spending plan. County Administrator Jim Vlahovich said budget team meetings began in March and have included presentations by both appointed officials and all of the county’s elected officials. [ 437 more words. ]

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Call 2016 Friday, May 20th, 2016 at 9:47am

By Carol Broeder, Willcox Range News A State agency is “re-deploying” its resources in dust mitigation efforts after several I-10 crashes and numerous closures near San Simon over the past month. A 62-mile stretch of the Interstate has been closed 10 times due either to crashes or as a precautionary measure to prevent them. The problems began after a Scottsdale-based Ag company, David’s Agrigold Farms, LLC, cleared land in the area to plant an orchard.

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Call 2016 Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 at 3:12pm

By Amanda Baillie, For the Herald/Review After a two-decade career at Cochise County, finance director Lois Klein can certainly claim to be going out on a high. Her department has just ended its annual audit without a single finding for the second year running – an achievement virtually unheard of in government. “It’s the first time for the County ever that it’s happened,” said Klein, who recently retired, but is acting as a part-time consultant until her replacement is found.

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Call 2016 Friday, May 13th, 2016 at 1:11pm

All 18 Vote Centers are open 6am until 7pm for the Special Election on Tuesday, May 17. Registered voters can cast a ballot anywhere in the County. You can find the locations on the County’s website. This election is open to ALL REGISTERED voters regardless of their party affiliation. There will be two Propositions on the ballot (Prop 123 and Prop 124) and information is available on the County on the website for both issues. [ 85 more words. ]

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Call 2016  shared The Sierra Vista Herald’s video.Friday, May 13th, 2016 at 1:02pm

This is a neat story. Thankfully, the documents will be archived for future generations.