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Report road hazards, graffiti & other issues

Is your drive home less than smooth? Use our mapping tool from SeeClickFix to report everything from potholes and graffiti to broken streetlights and overgrown weeds and keep watch over your neighborhood... Read more»

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John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: Reforming state sales tax

Interviews with developer Richard Studwell, systems analyst Mark Spear, Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO Glenn Hamer , Ken Strobeck of the Arizona League of Cities and Towns, and Arizona Capitol Times reporter Hank Stephenson.... Read more»

What's open, what's closed on Columbus Day

While Columbus Day isn’t as widely observed as it once was, many public offices are closed on the federal holiday.... Read more»

City website redirected after registration lapses

The City of Tucson’s website was redirected Thursday. Instead of displaying information on city departments, it showed visitors a list of Google ad links. City servers were all pointed to an address that apparently lapsed on Tuesday.... Read more»2

Tucson Water offers rebates for rainwater harvesting

Tucson Water announced Tuesday that it will offer residential customers rainwater-harvesting rebates up to $2,000.... Read more»1

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J.C. Scott: Russell Pearce rejected

Gov. Brewer comments on Obam’s new immigration policy; a Russell Pearce fundraiser was booted from 3 venues; plus, Rio Nuevo, a one-cent sales tax for education, and possible city bonds for roads.... Read more»

City of Tucson's IT Dep't to hold job fair

The City of Tucson’s Information Technology Department will hold a job fair Saturday to fill available positions ranging from IT analyst to systems administrator.... Read more»

Tucson's enforcement of false alarm fees starts Friday

The Tucson Police Department will begin charging fees Friday under a false alarm ordinance that went into effect April 1.... Read more»

Tucson homeowners may find help with repairs with city grant

Tucson homeowners in need of roof repairs, heating and cooling system replacements, and structural, utility or other repairs, can apply for financial help through the Tucson Annual Residential Rehabilitation program.... Read more»

Historic Miracle Mile gears up for Open House tours

The 5th Annual Historic Miracle Mile Open House and Tour kicks off Friday night with a sock hop and neon-sign lighting at Pima Community College’s Downtown Campus.... Read more»1

City to celebrate streetcar as Congress St. closes

The City of Tucson will celebrate the Modern Streetcar Project on Thursday as a new phase begins in construction on the transit system that will connect the University of Arizona, Fourth Avenue, Downtown and the city’s West Side.... Read more»1

Tucson's new false-alarm ordinance takes effect Sunday

A city ordinance requiring that alarm users within Tucson city limits register their alarms with the Tucson Police Department will take effect Sunday.... Read more»

City Hall will turn lights off for Earth Hour

Tucson will join cities around the world when lights are switched off to spotlight climate change during Earth Hour 2012 on Saturday.... Read more»1

Nonprofits want to help many in Pima County buy homes

Pima County residents with low- to moderate-incomes who hope to purchase a home can learn how local nonprofits can help at an open house Saturday.... Read more»

Modern Streetcar contractor chosen

Old Pueblo Trackworks has been chosen to head the construction for the Modern Streetcar. The public can learn more about the project at three pre-construction open houses to be held Tuesday through Thursday.... Read more»

Occupy Tucson to set up camp at DeAnza Park

Some Occupy Tucson members plan to regroup at a city park when they put up tents and plan to sleep at DeAnza Park, but the City of Tucson says members face arrest.... Read more»2

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