Rate increase will add about 44 cents a month to average residential water bill.
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Opening of The Overlook serves up a hot political issue.
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No campaign fundraising or spending has yet been reported, however.
The proposed performance pavilion would seat as many as 350 people, include a stage and provide shade and weather protection.
The recall effort stems from the town's deal to buy a country club and golf courses for $1 million.
The sale closed Thursday for $15 million.
Gary Kiehne nearly broke a persistent political trend.
Oro Valley’s police chief defended his department against a town councilman’s complaints that the department doles out unnecessary employee perks, overspends on overtime and pays too much for a youth program.
A mayor-backed effort to recall Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin has failed because petitioners were not able to collect enough signatures to spark an election.
Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin said he sees himself as something of a lightning rod. It’s an apt description for a politician who was selected to a national fellowship even as he faces a recall effort.
Oro Valley needs more space to play, so the town is creating it.
Three Oro Valley Town Council members say they are not behind an effort to recall fellow council member Mike Zinkin, despite his accusations that they and the mayor are trying to put him out of office.
Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin is the target of a recall effort.
The Oro Valley Town Council voted unanimously Wednesday night to indefinitely delay voting on a proposal to amend its general plan to allow up to 250 homes on a parcel next to Catalina State Park.
The Oro Valley Town Council voted unanimously late Wednesday night to indefinitely delay voting on a proposal to amend its general plan to allow up to 250 homes on a parcel next to Catalina State Park.