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Industrial Development Authority

The Industrial Development Authority of La Paz County, Arizona was established in 1985 by La Paz County under the Industrial Development Financing Act, Arizona Revised Statutes §35-701 et. seq. The Industrial Development Authority of La Paz County is an Arizona nonprofit corporation and political subdivision possessing statutorily prescribed powers.

As a nonprofit corporation under the laws of Arizona, the Industrial Development Authority of La Paz County has broad powers, including issuing bonds for specific types of projects described in the state law-enabling legislation.

Such “projects” include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. Educational facilities;
  2. Manufacturing facilities;
  3. Office buildings for use as corporate or company headquarters or regional offices;
  4. Health care institutions;
  5. Housing; and
  6. Any facilities owned or operated by a 501(c) organization.

The Board of Directors of the Industrial Development Authority of La Paz County
is comprised of five members appointed by the La Paz County Board of Supervisors for six year terms.

Board members are:

D.L. Wilson
President
(term expires 6/4/2013)
James Brouillette
Vice-President
(term expires 6/4/2013)
Michael Penn
Secretary/Treasurer
(term expires 5/20/2014)
Dan Beaver
Board Member
(term expires 7/18/2012)
Randy Hartless
Board Member
(term expires 6/15/2017)

For additional information
regarding the Industrial Development Authority of La Paz County please contact:

Please contact
Gary A. Drummond

Sallquist, Drummond & O’Connor, P.C.
1430 East Missouri Avenue, Suite B-125
Phoenix, Arizona  85014
Ph: (602) 224-9222