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AJ City Council meeting behind closed doors June 14-15

Posted 6/12/21

Discussion on the recruitment of a presiding city magistrate is a topic on the Apache Junction City Council’s June 14-15 closed-door executive sessions.

The City Council is to meet in …

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AJ City Council meeting behind closed doors June 14-15

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Discussion on the recruitment of a presiding city magistrate is a topic on the Apache Junction City Council’s June 14-15 closed-door executive sessions.

The City Council is to meet in executive session, which is not open to the public, at 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday in the City Council Conference Room, 300 E. Superstition Blvd.

The agendas for June 14-15 include

  • Discussion and employment consideration relating to the recruitment, interviewing and appointment process for the position of the presiding city magistrate and potential employment contract negotiations.

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