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Posted Jun 5, 2012, 8:55 am
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild released a report Tuesday detailing progress toward filling campaign promises made in a '180-Day Work Plan.'
"We've accomplished or are well underway on the specifics I laid out in my 180-Day Plan," Rothschild said in a press release.
"Whatever distractions arise, I'm determined to keep Tucson on track with creating jobs, protecting neighborhoods, leading on the environment and increasing openness and accountability in city government," Rothschild said.
Rothschild announced while campaigning in August that he would find budget-neutral ways to improve government efficiency, and to increase government outreach and transparency.
He said the "Work Plan" would give citizens and the media the opportunity to hold him accountable.