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Quotes from Regional Council members: Supervisor Jack Sellers and Mayor Kevin Hartke

Voices from the Council, February 2020

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Jack SellersHomelessness is a complicated issue, and resources are finite.  That’s why working together is so important. By partnering with cities and towns that are also making large investments in homelessness, we can make our dollars stretch further and increase our impact.
—Maricopa County Supervisor Jack Sellers, Arizona State Transportation Board


Chandler Mayor Kevin HartkeChandler is focused on providing forward-thinking transportation networks that connect our community to the Greater Phoenix region and allow convenient access to our employment corridors. The opening of the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway expansion is extremely exciting for the City as it is connects to a vibrant and dynamic employment corridor. We have seen redevelopment and repositioning of existing buildings to attract companies that will benefit from this enhanced access. With this convenient connection to the West Valley, I look forward to working with regional partners to continue bringing a diverse array of high quality jobs to the state.
—Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke

Published January 28, 2020

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