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Ron Barber Letter to Fish and Wildlife Service, August 21, 2014

TUCSON – U.S. Rep. Ron Barber today told the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service it is important that it hold a public meeting in Cochise County before making a final decision on whether to expand habitat for the endangered Mexican gray wolf into the county.

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Boil-Water Notice for Sierra Vista Neighborhood Cancelled

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: UPDATE – Boil-Water Notice for Sierra Vista Neighborhood Cancelled

Cochise Health and Social Services was notified today by the East Slope Water Company that the latest round of water quality tests came back negative for E. coli. The water supply has been deemed safe for all customers. East Slope is in the process of letting its customers know the water is safe to use.

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Army Invites Public to Comment

On environmental impacts of possible force reductions. Comments will be accepted until August 25. Please submit written comments to: U.S. Army Environmental Command, Attn: SPEA Public Comments, 2450 Connell Road (Building 2264), Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-7664; or by email to usarmy.jbsa.aec.nepa@mail.mil

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Cochise County Comprehensive Plan

View a Draft Version of the Cochise County Comprehensive Plan regarding the guidance of growth in Cochise County and take a few minutes to participate in the Public Participation Survey.



2014 Over-the-Counter Sales

Selected properties within Cochise County held by the State of Arizona by tax deed that did not sale at public auction at the Board of Supervisors' office are now available for purchase as over-the-counter sales.

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Are You Okay Program

The Are You Okay Program is a way for those who are homebound, physically incapacitated, or otherwise unable to be in regular contact with someone to help in the event of an emergency.

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