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Up to $20,000 in down payment assistance is available through a new program.

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Voters will not see a ballot question in Nov to change city elections.

The base fare would increase from $1.50 to $1.75 over two years.

Tucson has a $25 million gap to settle.

If voters reject ward-only elections in November, court might mandate a citywide election system.

Council slams a proposal to cut Kidco after-school programs for 900 children.

"You cannot cut your way to prosperity,” the mayor says. “At some point, you have to invest.”

In December the city anticipated up to a $42 million deficit for FY17.

City voters split on sales tax.

  • By Christianna Silva For the Arizona Daily Star

About 90 percent of households would support funding for improvements for parks and rec.

Group also investing $2.2 million in Gadsden’s expansion of Mercado San Agustín.

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  • By Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

New this year for local businesses is a welcoming campaign.

Rothschild talks about taxes, transit, economic incentives.

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City may ask voters for a half-cent sales tax increase, but polling comes first.

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Project to add grocery store has resulted in damage, shocked council is told.

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Romero said the proposed ordinance would help the working poor, especially working mothers.

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City Manager warns the budget process could be "painful."

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City uses hiring freeze to balance budget.

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The City Council will discuss next steps when it meets Nov 17.

The job fair will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.