Canoa Hills Golf Course Purchase

June 12, 2018 — Pima County Board of Supervisors voted today to release two Attorney-Client Privilege documents regarding tax implications for the Canoa Hills Golf Course, and Administrator Huckelberry’s withholding of information from other Board members. Supervisor Miller requested the release of these documents for public inspection.  The question remains:  At what point does a

Golden Pins Bowling Alley: Due Diligence or Do Nothing?

On May 15, 2018, the Pima County Board of Supervisors in a 3:2 vote approved an Acquisition Agreement to acquire the Golden Pins Bowling Alley located at 1010 W. Miracle Mile for the contract amount of $2,941,600–which is nearly 30% higher than the appraised value.  Supervisor Miller opposed the acquisition citing issues with the appraisal and questioned

Supervisor Ally Miller’s Alternative Budget Plan

I encourage you to take a look at my Alternate Budget Proposal.  Through budget reallocation, I was able to identify over $31 MILLION in the FY 2018-19 budget that can be used to fund our critical road repairs.   ​Institute “efficiency improvement goals” in all departments and hold departments responsible for managing and meeting these goals Immediate

HB2402 – Full Disclosure Of Bond Costs

On February 18, my first bill, HB2402, passed the Arizona House of Representatives. This update to the statutes was born out of the 2015 bond election where the county had intentionally estimated the interest rate on the bonds to provide the most favorable results in the bond information pamphlets and voter guide.Voters were asked to approve an 8% interest rate, yet the