Ward 5 - Council Member Richard Fimbres

Water Main Repairs to Restrict Traffic on Davis Ave., North of Ruthrauff

(1630 hours) Work to repair a series of water main breaks on September 26 will continue to restrict traffic on Davis Avenue, north of Ruthrauff Road. The affected area is east of Interstate 10.

Work will continue this week to complete repairs at the intersection of Davis Avenue and Ruthrauff Road. Intermittent lane closures will take place while the contractor completes work. On Tuesday and Wednesday (September 30 and October 1), the westbound right turn lane from Ruthrauff onto Davis will be closed. Motorists should still be able to make a right turn from the center lane.

Hard landing on base following aircraft malfunction

DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. – An A-10 based here at D-M experienced a technical malfunction shortly before 11 p.m. and experienced a hard landing.

 

The pilot performed all checklist requirements and was able to land the aircraft safely on the approved runway. There were no injuries to the pilot or ground personnel.

 

The aircraft is being transported off the runway for a safety investigation into the incident. As soon as additional details become available they will be provided.

Newsnet - Sept. 29

STREETCAR RIDERSHIP HIGHER THAN PREDICTED - After two months in operation, the Sun Link Tucson Streetcar is averaging nearly 4,100 riders per day...higher than the original prediction of 3,600 passengers. The streetcar travels a 3.9-mile route through the University of Arizona, Fourth Avenue, Downtown Tucson, and the Mercado District, west of I-10. There are many fare options available to ride the streetcar. Cash is not accepted on the car, but you can use it at machines at the stops to buy a $4 one-day pass. In addition, you can buy SunGO passes online or at regular Sun Tran merchants.

Dr. Pepe Barrón

With deep sadness, the family and staff of Luz Social Services, Inc., Luz-Guerrero Early College High School and Adalberto M. Guerrero Middle School announce the death of its Founder and CEO/Superintendent Dr. Jose “Pepe” Barrón.

 

ELEPHANT CALF AT REID PARK ZOO IS NAMED: NANDI

Reid Park Zoo's African elephant calf, now one month old, has a name! A
poll conducted through the Arizona Daily Star’s Caliente received
7,880 votes, with 65% selecting Nandi as her name.

Nandi (Nahn-dee) is a common siSwati girl’s name, and in the Zulu
language it means “sweet” or “fun.” This calf has proven herself
to be both - capturing the hearts of Tucson residents. With two older
brothers, this feminine name also celebrates the joy of welcoming a
female calf to Tucson.

YMCA FIESTA DE LOS NINOS CELEBRATION SEPTEMBER 27

 

Dear Friends:
         

The Mulcahy YMCA is excited to announce our upcoming FIESTA De Los Niños celebration & fundraiser on Saturday, September 27th from 9am to 1pm at the Mulcahy/City YMCA Program Center, 5085 S. Nogales Highway, Tucson.  Activities include Mexican food, ballet folklorico dancers, mariachi music, performances by Mulcahy YMCA youth, a car & bike show, a salsa contest, children’s art auction, raffle prizes, and other fun activities for children.

 

A Thank You

I just was coming back from shopping just want to say how proud of the area in ward five.  Many of my friends bring this up also.
 

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