Former Supervisor Ray Carroll appointed to Justice of the Peace in Green Valley

Former District 4 Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll, who stepped down in Dec. 2016 just months short of 20 years at that job, was appointed today by his former fellow Supervisors to be Justice of the Peace in Precinct 7, serving Green Valley. Carroll applied for the seat, along with 7 others, after JP Lisa Royal quit in August, 2017 to become Administrator of the Pima County Consolidated Justice Courts in Tucson.
 Prior to this Carroll has been employed (Community & Government Relations)  with the  Amity Foundation (
 Motion was made by District 4 Supervisor Steve Christy, 2nd by District 3 Supervisor Sharon Bronson.Vote was 4-1  with Supervisor Ally Miller against.
Former Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll
Carroll is a non attorney, as were most of the applicants (including Michael Acosta, Gary Halkowitz, Janie Stover) seeking this position. The only attorneys who applied were Ron Newman (also a JP pro tem) and Mathew Cannon. Two of the applicants (David Kryder and Barbara Blake) are Hearing Officers in Small Claims court, and non attorneys as well.  Info on the 8 applicants here:  link to AZ Daily Star article:

The requirements for the job posted by the Pima County Clerk of the Board are:
• 18 years of age or older at the time of the appointment;
• Registered to vote in the precinct;
• A resident of the precinct; and
• The same political party as the person vacating the office, in this case a Republican.
This vacancy will be filed till next Nov. 2018, when the JP Precinct 7 position (four year term) will be on the ballot for election.
More info on the Pima County Green Valley Justice Court:


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