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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. 

It is too bad that Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry isn't more concerned about spending Pima County money on items that do not dire…

Plan failed to pass on 2-2 votes; board to vote again June 7.

  • Murphy Woodhouse Arizona Daily Star

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.

Supervisor's proposal gets cool reception from county administrator.

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Pima County administrator says lawsuit has a bias against southern Arizona.

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Friends remember Riley as a true public servant.

Goldwater Institute and World View, downtown neighbors protest shelter, unhappy "Fuzzy" fan. 

Letters on call for UA president's resignation, Medicare cost savings.

Readers support environmental group in Congress, better pay for deputies, recycling surcharge.

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Views on Cuba policy, pay hike for deputies, eroding water supply rule.

Pay plan proposed by deputies unions would cost county $17.4 million.

  • By Christianna Silva For the Arizona Daily Star

The plan could cost county taxpayers $1.1 million a year.

  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

Correspondence with the public typically has to be retained for two calendar years.

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Reader opinions on Ally Miller, cutting Medicare Advantage, investigating Flint water problem.

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Letters on board of supervisors, Arivaca profile, Ironwood Pig Sanctuary.

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Views on state land trust money, risky space venture, Planned Parenthood history.