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County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry is proposing a 5 percent property tax rate increase for next year, or about $35 for the average single-family homeowner.
After five years with no raises, Pima County workers' paychecks and patience are spread thin.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a new $1.4 million contract with Tucson Electric Power to run the Ina Road sewer plant.
Pima County's budget picture is looking rosy, but employee pay raises are still a maybe.
The Board of Supervisors took sides Tuesday in a labor dispute
involving home care workers who are former county employees.
This story and headline have been corrected to clarify that
the PCOA for All board is the board referenced and to correct the
spelling of David Updegraff's last name.
When Pima County got out of the home health business last year,
leaders promised that workers who joined a private company would
get the same pay and benefits.
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