Rule would make it a crime to be in medians
Letters on McDonald's zoning, fluoridation, act of kindness, exemplary student.
Miller said workers should disclose interests in potential county contractors
Letters on Ally Miller and road funding, twenty dollar bill, ironic headlines.
Seven bond questions will be put on the Nov. 3 ballot.
Supervisors likely to restore funding for road projects placed on hold.
Road projects would be distributed based on each area's share of assessed value.
Cuts and other tough decisions will be discussed at meetings.
County staff asked to outline the consequences of a smaller rate hike
Road plan a way to protect Raytheon from urban encroachment, promote business growth.
Ally Miller oppesed plan, says existing roads need repairs first.
New revenue sources hard to find, harder to sell to elected leaders.
Supervisors unsure if package will reach voters in 2015 or 2016.
All charities will have to go through county funding process in future.
Proposed policy would set process for donating directly to outside groups.
Smoking policy among those pushed back to January.
South Tucson said responsibility for improper tax is shared, Pima County disagrees.
General fund money will be used to fix major roadways in county.
Former staffer for Supervisor Miller says she told him to file claim.
The bond passed by roughly 59 percent to 41 percent.