John C. Scott Show
J.C. Scott: Street car delivery may be delayed a year, says Kozachik
Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik talked about a proposed construction noise ordinance inspired by work on Univeristy of Arizona-area student housing, as well as red-tagging of loud residences, and gave his take on the widening of Broadway.
Kozachik said that delivery of the Sun Link streetcar may be up to a year behind schedule.
Terry Dee, manager of the Habistore, gave his weekly take on Habitat for Humanity.
Richard Studwell, developer and City Hall commentator, took issue with Kozachik's proposed construction noise ordinance. He also talked about student housing and the red tag law. Other subjects included street car construction and city golf and staff investigations.
Ann-Eve Pedersen, the chairwoman of the Quality Education and Jobs committee, talked about Arizona school funding cuts being the nation's deepest. She said that is the reason voters should pass the one-cent sales tax initiative.