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Posted: Monday, October 17, 2011 11:15 pm

Citizens for Picture Rocks will discuss issues about the C4PR elections, Ironwood National Monument and the Marana Unified School District override election tonight starting at 7 p.m. at the town community center, 5615 N. Sanders Road.

A social period at 6:30 will precede the meeting.

In addition, three open seats on the seven-member CPR board of directors will be filled. Jamie Kisthardt and Albert Lannon are running for re-election, while Keith Winans has announced his retirement from office.

Prospective candidates may contact Jackie Hale at 682-7974 for more information.

Guest speaker Lahsha Brown from the Friends of Ironwood Forest will talk about Ironwood Forest National Monument and the group's activities.

Also, a spokesperson from the MUSD will discuss the Nov. 8 budget override election.

 

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