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Four Pima County residents have asked to be appointed to fill the seat on the Pima College Board left empty when David Longoria abruptly resigned last month. Georgia Brousseau is a former PCC Board member and retired TUSD principal, Demion Clinco is a former state legislator, Miguel Cuevas a ex-member of the TUSD Board, and Rene Teyechea is a teacher at Desert View High School. Read more»

If you're interested in being appointed to the Pima College Governing Board seat left vacant when David Longoria resigned last month, Tuesday is the deadline to apply. Those interested in serving on an advisory committee to review candidates can also put their names forward. Read more»

Officials are taking applications from those interested in being appointed to the Pima College Governing Board seat left vacant when David Longoria resigned this week. Those interested in serving on an advisory committee to review candidates can also put their names forward. Read more»

David Longoria

David Longoria has resigned from the PCC Governing Board to become a top staffer for a Phoenix city councilwoman. Although he resigned Monday, effective immediately, the college did not put out a news release and only posted an online notice on Tuesday. Read more»

Martha Durkin, deputy Tucson city manager, has been appointed to fill an empty seat on the Governing Board of Pima Community College, replacing longtime member Marty Cortez, who announced her resignation in late June. Read more»

Seven people, including a deputy Tucson city manager and two former failed candidates, as well as retired college staffers, have asked to be appointed to fill an empty seat on the Governing Board of Pima Community College. Read more»

Ortega, as his selection as the next city manager was announced in March.

The city of Tucson has a new top bureaucrat: Michael Ortega took over management of City Hall on Wednesday, as the new fiscal year got underway. Ortega, the former administrator of Cochise County, was named as the new city manager by the City Council in March. Read more» 4

The search for a Tucson city manager is proceeding, with the Council having winnowed down a list of candidates. Who those potential municipal CEOs are, we don't know. And despite that list being a public record, no one at the city will tell us — or you. Read more» 5

As the city searches for a replacement for Richard Miranda, Tucson's retired city manager, the organizational chart at City Hall has been shaken up a bit under interim City Manager Martha Durkin. Read more» 1

Sanchez appeared at a public forum June 12.

Citing the need to continue negotiations with possible new superintendent H.T. Sanchez, the TUSD Governing Board recessed a special meeting Thursday after about 90 minutes in executive session. Boardmembers will meet again Friday afternoon. Read more» 1

Martha Durkin will become a deputy to Tucson's city manager, leaving a post as general counsel for Tucson Unified School District. She will begin work as assistant city manager July 1. Read more» 1