Supervisors agree to new policy, but will continue to give to nonprofits.
Pima County supervisors decide to talk another day.
At the Oct. 14 Board of Supervisors meeting, I adjourned the meeting when there were still people in the audience who wanted to address the board during call to the audience.
Legal memo finds no legal issue with small donations to nonprofits.
Use of taxpayer-funded website to influence ballot measure is alleged.
The post links to a taxpayer-funded website, which might be illegal.
Rosa Imelda Robles Loreto has been at Southside Presbyterian Church since last month.
Supervisor's allegations of open-meeting law violation rejected.
County administrator says half-cent levy would fix many problems.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved next year’s tentative $1.18 billion budget Tuesday, funded in part by a 62-cent increase in the primary property tax rate.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a rezoning Tuesday for 130 “luxury casitas” along Sabino Canyon Road between East River and Cloud roads, despite opposition from residents who live near the proposed project.
Supervisor Ally Miller filed a complaint last month against fellow Republican Supervisor Ray Carroll, accusing him of bullying her staff.
It’s been almost two months since the Pima County Board of Supervisors voted to shift $872,000 in road repair money from Supervisor Ally Miller’s district to fix Colossal Cave Road.
The $22 million price tag of a proposed new Pima Animal Care Center is about the same as similar modern animal shelters in other cities, County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry said in a new memo.
A collection of political news from across the state making headlines today:
There is an unfortunate trend that has been exploited by shock radio and political campaigns for decades: If you say it loudly enough and often enough, the lie becomes “truth.” It is an ugly, inflammatory style that leaves the voting public unsettled, angry and forced to make decisions based…
Law enforcement once again had to intervene when a District 1 resident got into a dispute with Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller, who represents the district.
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller’s district has received more money for road improvements and other transportation needs than the county’s other districts have since 1997, according to documents released this week.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors did not violate any laws when it voted to move money from Supervisor Ally Miller’s district to fix Colossal Cave Road last month, according to the Pima County Attorney’s Office.
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller has asked Arizona Attorney General’s Office to investigate whether the Board of Supervisors retaliated against her when they voted to shift road improvement money from her district.