The Pima County Bond Advisory Committee wants county voters to throw dogs a bone this fall.
The Pima County Bond Advisory Committee drove another nail in the coffin of next year’s proposed bond election, voting to back County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry’s recommendation to wait another year.
Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry recommends that the county wait until 2015 to ask voters to approve millions in new bond projects. Given the financial circumstances of the voters and the county, it makes sense.
None of the 144 projects being considered by the Pima County Bond Advisory Committee are likely to make it to the ballot next year.
Today's planned Pima County Bond Advisory Committee meeting has been canceled because county officials failed to post a public meeting notice on time.
Seven years of meetings, hearings and hard choices have led them to this point.
Pima County's $40 million plan to protect Raytheon has evolved into a $90 million one-road-fits-all plan designed to meet the needs of a growing list of existing and hoped-for future employers in a broad corridor across Tucson's far south side.
After a 10-month in-depth examination of Pima County's bond program finances, the state auditor general has issued the program a clean bill of health.