Most county workers would see raises from 2 to 6 percent.
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Cut from current rate spells about $16 in annual savings for average homeowner.
Instead of $16 rise, taxpayers could see $16 tax bill drop.
Plan failed to pass on 2-2 votes; board to vote again June 7.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry said if the ruling sticks it’s unlikely the county will continue to pursue a tax rate increase for next year.
It's becoming a controversy that could define Miller's political career.
Pima County administrator says lawsuit has a bias against southern Arizona.
Pay plan proposed by deputies unions would cost county $17.4 million.
The plan could cost county taxpayers $1.1 million a year.
Correspondence with the public typically has to be retained for two calendar years.