Pima County Taxpayers Once Again Face Inequity

From the University of Arizona’s budget report FY2019: With these key features in place, the FY2019 budget of $2.643 billion represents a $56.7 million or 2% increase over the FY2018 budget. The Educational and General portion of the budget is $1.271 billion and represents a $20.8 million or 1.7% increase over FY2018. Once again, the

Supervisor Ally Miller Questions Accelerate Diagnostics Lease Agreement With Pima County

Supervisor Miller explained her opposition to the County’s renewal of a lease agreement with Accelerate Diagnostics. She noted that the figures provided by County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry are “a moving target,” meaning that they have changed over the years. As you can see, in memos created in 2019, Mr. Huckelberry claims the County has spent

District 1 Representative Fight For Local Roads and Transparency

On April 23, Pima County residents came from far and wide to share their concerns with members of the Transportation Advisory Committee. Supervisor Miller’s appointee to the Committee fought hard for local road repairs and increased transparency: Supervisor Miller’s appointee Albert Letzkus calls for accuracy in meeting minutes Pima County Transportation Advisory Committee adopts road

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