Got questions for Pima College's new chancellor?
If you've got questions about how the new chancellor of Pima Community College will tackle the troubles the school faces, ask away.
I'll be guest-hosting the John C. Scott Show today from 3-5 p.m., and our guests will include Lee Lambert, who is taking over as head of PCC.
Lambert said last week that a lack of accountability led to the troubles that PCC has faced in recent years.
The new chancellor, who takes over the school on July 1, said he's open to making changes to the school's administration.
"You will be accountable," he said his message will be to faculty and staff.
Here's your chance to hold him accountable. Got questions about his plans for the school? Let us know in the comments, and listen in just after 4 p.m. You can also call in live while we interview Lambert.
Also on the show, which airs on KVOI 1030 AM starting at 3 p.m., will be Sentinel political commentator Jimmy Zuma, who splits time between Tucson and Washington, D.C. He'll give his "Smart v. Stupid" take on Arizona political news, as we talk to Vince Rabago of Save the Scenic Santa Ritas and a representative of Rosemont Mine about the impact of a recent court ruling about the EPA on plans for an open pit copper mine south of Tucson.
We'll also cover the Tucson City Council's vote to enact two new laws regarding firearms, speaking to Councilmen Paul Cunningham and Steve Kozachik.
Plus, we'll congratulate FC Tucson on their Cinderella run in the U.S. Open Cup, as TucsonSentinel.com soccer correspondent Ted Prezelski tells us what's next for our local club.