Ward 5 - Council Member Richard Fimbres
Now accepting comments - Next meeting is Oct. 22 at 4 p.m. at City Hall
DOWNTOWN LECTURE SERIES FOCUSES ON FOOD - The University of Arizona's College of Social and Behavioral Sciences' Downtown Lecture Series returns to the historic Fox Theatre on Wednesdays this fall. The 2014 lecture series will explore food and its connections with health, culture, and the environment. The series begins on Oct. 15 with Dr. Diana Liverman's talk, "Changing Geographies of Food", at 6:30 p.m. The lectures are free and open to the public with tickets available at the Fox Theatre box office beginning at 4 p.m. on the day of each lecture.
The City of Tucson Magistrate Merit Selection Commission is currently
reviewing applications for reappointment from the following City
Thomas J. Berning
Susan Q. Shetter
Public participation is welcome and encouraged from those who have had
direct experience with the Magistrates’ courtroom. All comments should
be submitted in writing by 5 p.m., Monday, October 27, 2014 to:
City Magistrate Merit Selection Commission
City Clerk's Office
P.O. Box 27210
Tucson, AZ 85726-7210
The Broadway Project Team is pleased to share an important project announcement regarding action taken by the Mayor and Council yesterday, October 9. Please see the press release issued by the City of Tucson below.
On Thursday, October 9, 2014, the City of Tucson Mayor and Council
voted 5-2 to move forward into the design phase for the widening of
Broadway Boulevard to six lanes from Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road.
Broadway is currently two lanes in each direction between Euclid Avenue
and Country Club Road, with a center turn lane.
Early voting for the November 4, 2014, General Election has started and Pima County
Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez encourages everyone to use the voting resources available to them.
The Culver’s Restaurant, located at 3070 S. Campbell, will have their formal dedication on Friday, October 10, 9:00 a.m. This is the fourth Culver’s Restaurant in the Tucson area and the first for the South side.
Craig Culver, the founder of the Wisconsin based restaurant, will be here for the dedication of their newest location. Mr. Culver makes it a point to be there when a new location opens.
Water main work at two locations on 3rd Avenue is nearing completion
and Tucson Water crews will be discharging water at times to drain the
48” line in order to replace some sections of pipe and conduct
maintenance work of valves.
Tucson, AZ – The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (10-3-1, 10-3-1 in ACCAC conference) suffered its worst defeat of the season last week at Phoenix College but the Aztecs came back and responded by upsetting No. 11 Glendale Community College 3-0 on Tuesday at the Kino North Grandstand.
The No. 15Aztecs are 6-0-1 on their home field this season and handed Glendale just their second loss of the season (11-2-1). Pima also avenged its 3-1 loss at Glendale last month.
It's time for Fire Prevention Week, and from October 5-11 the Tucson Fire Department is joining forces with the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to remind local residents that ‘Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives'. During this year's fire safety campaign, fire departments will be spreading the word about the dangers of fires and how a working smoke alarm can give a family the notice they need to get out safely.
CITY SEEKING COMMENTS ON POSSIBLE CHARTER CHANGES - Tucson's Charter Review Committee is asking for public comments as it reviews and makes recommendations regarding possible amendments to sections of the Tucson City Charter. A public meeting will be held at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6, at City Hall (255 W. Alameda, 1st floor). Comments will be accepted through 2015, and potential amendments to the City Charter may be on the Nov. 3, 2015 City ballot. All comments should be made via email to the City Clerk’s Office, email@example.com.
The City of Tucson is exploring the potential of a public bike share
program for the region. Bike share programs are a service where people
can use a public bicycle on a short-term basis. More than 30 cities in
the U.S. have launched this new transit option for their residents and
tourists, and 15 more cities are expected to launch this shared-use
program by the end of the year, including Phoenix.
TCC KITCHEN TO BE INCLUDED IN ARENA RENOVATION - The Rio Nuevo Board voted yesterday to add an additional $300,000 to its Tucson Convention Center (TCC) renovation contract to fix plumbing, ceilings, walls, the floor, and equipment in the kitchen and concession areas of the TCC. The money is in addition to the $7.8 million in arena upgrades already underway at the facility. Although the kitchen renovation will become part of Rio Nuevo’s overall makeover of the TCC, the City is paying for the kitchen work to improve the health and safety of the area.