Long-anticipated widening is between Euclid and Country Club.
But the project dies if council opts out.
Councilwoman Romero accuses the police chief of defying council orders.
Regulating rentals would add revenue, uphold standards.
The city may drop proposed rules on urban chickens and goats.
Take your time and cast a wide net.
Richard Miranda, who rose from a beat cop in the Tucson Police Department to become the city’s top administrator, will retire at the end of July.
The Tucson City Council spared bus routes from any changes, for now, in the $1.264 billion budget that was tentatively approved Tuesday.
Tucson’s City Council offered its 2 cents on the city manager’s $1.25 billion recommended budget Tuesday afternoon.
Tucsonans who need documents shredded might want to head over to Mansfield Park this Saturday.
After hearing Tuesday about proposed city job cuts and other budget reductions, Tucson City Council members were mostly concerned some of the changes could diminish police, fire and park services.
Tucson took the first steps in closing its $33 million budget gap for next year by tentatively approving what could amount to $4.8 million in transit savings and fare increases.
Rio Nuevo’s face-lift of the Tucson Convention Center is scheduled to start in a few weeks.
Talk on bus fare increases got nixed again from the city’s meeting agenda.
Tucson officials received a personal “thank you” from a top Sonoran political figure for all the work the city has done over the past few years to bolster trade ties with northern Mexico and opposing SB 1070.
Tucson’s Sun Tran bus service is in a financial bind because its fares are too low and it provides more service for the disabled at too low a cost, a panel of outside experts who evaluated the system found.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild has made trade with Mexico one of his top priorities since assuming office two years ago.
Tucson took a first step to try to get back into the movie business by approving a local film incentive on Wednesday.
Tucson police officers got new orders from the City Council on how to enforce SB 1070.
Tucsonans voted resoundingly for more of the same this year, electing all three Democratic incumbents to new terms on the City Council.