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After failing to include federally-required sidewalks in its $100 million road-bond package, the city is tapping into a loan program intended to create long-term jobs and stimulate the local economy to make up for the funding shortfall
Contractors with the city of Tucson's Department of Transportation will close the Grant Road and Oracle Road intersection on Monday (Sept. 9) night.
As many as six city street employees were informed Tuesday the city intends to fire them following a criminal investigation that has lasted nearly a year.
Reader Tom Collier was concerned not too long ago about what he
called a major pothole that had developed on North Craycroft Road
just north of East Grant Road.
The deteriorating concrete collar around this manhole at Craycroft and Grant caught the attention of reader Tom Collier. The pothole created by the deterioration has been fixed.
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