Tuscon’s City Council offered its 2 cents on the city manager’s $1.25 billion recommended budget Tuesday afternoon.
A city regulation limiting the size of medical marijuana cultivation sites to no more than 3,000 square feet could soon be lifted.
City Councilman Richard Fimbres seeks to shrink this year’s budget gap by adjusting city-towing contracts so the city gets a cut of money made from auctioning unclaimed impounded vehicles.
City councilman Richard Fimbres wants to shrink this year’s budget gap by adjusting city towing contracts so Tucson can capture dollars from auctioned cars.
Even if the city eliminates every one of its “nonmandated” programs next year, it will still come up $8 million short of balancing its budget.
Tucson officials received a personal “thank you” from a top Sonoran political figure for all the work the city has done over the past few years to bolster trade ties with northern Mexico and opposing SB 1070.
Tucson took a first step to try to get back into the movie business by approving a local film incentive on Wednesday.
Tucsonans voted resoundingly for more of the same this year, electing all three Democratic incumbents to new terms on the City Council.
City voters will begin receiving their ballots this weekend for this year’s City Council races and propositions.
After nearly a decade of delays, the city is putting the finishing touches on its memorial to World War II veterans.
A program aimed at helping high school dropouts get their diplomas has expanded.
The first challenger to an incumbent Tucson City Council member filed his nominating petition signatures Tuesday.
Me preocupa y entristece que este periódico haya publicado una nota sobre supuestas faltas que cometí y difamando los buenos esfuerzos de LULAC, una organización de voluntarios que trabajan para mejorar la vida de los niños del sur de Arizona.
City Councilman Richard Fimbres used his position to get discounted rent and free meals at taxpayer expense for an organization he once ran, according to a claim made by the fired former deputy director of the Tucson Convention Center.
Veterans would prefer that the World War II memorial be placed at Kino Veterans Memorial Park, site of the Korean War Memorial.
The city of Tucson plans to erect a World War II memorial at Armory Park, but a veterans group wants it at Kino Veterans Memorial Park, the site of the Korean War Memorial and the remembrances of the U.S. Marines from Tucson who were killed in action in Korea from Easy Company, 13th Infantry…
What started out as a way for the city of Tucson to honor its veterans has so far only managed anger them.
Tucson now has a business liaison to Mexico.
After a seven-year delay, the city of Tucson is moving forward with its memorial to World War II veterans.
Tucson is stepping into the tomato imbroglio.