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Power restored to Pima County's Justice Court building

Power restored to Pima County's Justice Court building

The Pima County Public Service Center, located at 240 N. Stone Ave.

Power has been restored at the Pima County Public Service Center in downtown Tucson, but Justice Court proceedings are still cancelled for the day.

The outage, which was specific to the seven-story building located at 240 N. Stone Ave, began Wednesday afternoon. Power was restored early Thursday morning.

The cause of the loss of power is still under investigation.

While court proceedings will remain cancelled, Justice Court will be open for limited walk-in services and the payment of fines. 

Anyone who had a court hearing will be notified a new hearing date.

The County Assessor, Treasurer and Recorder are open and expected to be fully-staffed today, providing all usual services.

The Justice Court is expected to resume full operations Friday.

The Pima County Recorder's eastside location, 6920 E. Broadway, will have full services available.


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Joe has been with the Star for six years. He covers politics as well as the city of Tucson and other municipalities in Southern Arizona. He graduated from the UA and previously worked for the Arizona Daily Sun.

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