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Road work in early March on East Ft. Lowell Road.

The Regional Transportation Authority, which funds major road work in the Tucson metro area, is considering whether to let voters decide if North 1st Ave should be widened, a suggestion that left Tucson city leaders frustrated. Read more» 1

Supervisor Adelita Grijalva wants the Board of Supervisors to acknowledge Pima County was pre-owned.

Pima County supervisors are expected to approve starting each meeting by acknowledging the people who called our valley home before European settlement. Plus more local government action in the Tucson agenda. Read more» 1

Pima County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Sharon Bronson has asked that her colleagues discuss ending cash bail for small-time offenders.

The Pima County Board of Supervisors is off and running in 2022, tackling cash bail, tax increases and indigenous acknowledgment. Other governing bodies doing light public business are still ramping up after the holidays. Read more»