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The city transportation department will be holding a community roundtable discussion on the South 12th Avenue Improvement Project next Thursday, August 29, from 6-7:30 p.m at the El Pueblo Neighborhood Center. All residents and businesses are invited to...
Residents and businesses asked to participate in survey The city council will be considering a proposal on September 4 to increase residents’ monthly utility bills between 75 cents and $1.50 to fund stormwater retention projects throughout the city. Residents and businesses...
City clerk followed the law in certifying petition People's Defense Initiative, the organization behind the 'sanctuary city' petition initiative, celebrates a ruling in front of city hall that favored the proposed ordinance's certification by the Tucson City Clerk Roger Randolph.
In a packed, and at times raucous, hearing held on Monday, August 12, Pima County Superior Court Judge D. Douglas Metcalf was once again overseeing a 2019 election challenge brought against the city by a local minority party. The challengers are trying to keep an initiative the city recently certified, and...
Most already back out on Tucson's streets Tucson Police Department teamed up with 11 other agencies including the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in a sting operation resulting in the arrest of 21 local, alleged...
Riders encouraged to check updated schedules Beginning this Sunday, August 11, adjustments and changes to select Sun Tran, Sun Express and Sun Shuttle routes will take place and may impact regular users of these transportation services. Riders are encouraged to visit suntran.com ,...
A look at one class-action lawsuit that fell short on its promises to residents As the City of Tucson pursues its lawsuit against 3M for alleged indirect contamination of Tucson groundwater, attributed to 3M’s manufacturing of compounds used in aqueous firefighting foam, and considering Tucson’s history as...
Group meets the last Friday of every month https://youtu.be/mKBbl6Pn6nc
Tucson Parks and Recreation released its digital guide for fall 2019 and spring 2020 and printed hard-copies will be available at all recreation centers, pools, and administration offices beginning Monday, July 29. The Activity Guide contains information on leisure classes, KIDCO Afterschool, aquatics, sports programs,...
https://youtu.be/xAPiN87MWtA TDSN sat down this past week with Lane Santa Cruz.