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District 3 Coffee Chat with Supervisor Bill Gates and Robert S. Reder, Managing Partner, Blythe Grace PLLC.
Bill and Robert will talk about Robert’s experiences cleaning up Scottsdale Fashion Square on 5.31 and business liability issues in the COVID-19 era. About Robert S. Reder Robert was raised in New York City before becoming a permanent resident of Phoenix in 2005. After completing his Juris Doctorate at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts and Master of Laws at University College London in London, England, Robert practiced law for ten years in Arizona with two of the largest law firms in the country before forming Blythe Grace PLLC, a firm he named after his sisters. For over 15
District 3 Coffee Chat with Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates and Alan “AP” Powell, Chairman & CEO, AP & Associates, LLC & Founder, Herozona Foundation, Inc. For more information about AP, please read his full bio here.
This week, Maricopa County Supervisor Gates sat down with Arizona State Senator Kate Brophy McGee to discuss the Arizona legislature, sine die, possible special session, and much more.
District 3 Coffee with Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates – Interview with Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President and CEO Glenn Hamer.
Last month I announced that I was suspending my fundraising for the month of April. I asked you to support those causes that are helping people get through this current crisis. I wanted to give a heartfelt thank you to everyone who was able to do so. I know times are tough, but together we will get through this and be stronger than we were before. Now that it is May, we are now starting to see signs of hope. The economy is starting to reopen, but we understand that many people are hurting, many people have health challenges, or
Bill Gates serves as the District 3 Supervisor for Maricopa County. His Maricopa County District 3 reaches from the far southern boundary of McDowell Road, north to the border of Yavapai County, from the eastern boundary of Scottsdale Road in places, to the western boundary of 43rd Avenue and includes the areas of Anthem, New River, and Desert Hills.