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The Oro Valley council on Dec. 17 is tentatively slated to revisit an October agenda item related to exploring additional revenue options.
Despite the objections of many in attendance, the Marana Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend two proposals to the Town Council in regards to the Lazy K Bar Ranch development.
The Marana Town Council approved a $20,000 contribution to Imagine Greater Tucson (IGT) outreach program, which is working with the Pima Association for Governments (PAG) on regional transportation issues.
The developers of a proposed subdivision on the site of Marana’s historic Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch are trying again for rezoning with the hope that this time, the entire town council will vote on their request.
The motion to approve a specific plan that would allow for denser developments at the Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch failed to pass in the Marana town council meeting.
On Sept. 3, the Oro Valley Town Council rezoned and approved the development of a store that will have a functional water feature. The council also approved the use of larger banner signs that will be along Ina Road to promote Tohono Chul Park.
In the midst of an election season in Oro Valley where the mayor and three councilmembers are up for reelection, the topic of the town’s budget has been brought up along with a council seat challenger saying funds have not been properly managed.
In the midst of an election season in Oro Valley where the mayor and three council members are up for reelection, the topic of the town’s budget has been brought up along with a council seat challenger saying funds have not been properly managed.
The Marana Town Council met on Aug. 5 for the first time since taking a summer break in July, hosting a 40-minute session to discuss a variety of topics.
At the request of the WLB Group, the Oro Valley Town Council voted unanimously to modify the review process for the Kai Naranja Development.
During the past four years, Oro Valley Town Councilwoman Mary Snider has enjoyed the quality of lifestyle that her and her councilmembers have helped shape, and in seeking reelection, she would like to see that way of life continue.
After a lengthy discussion about the Steam Pump Ranch property, the Oro Valley Town Council voted to hold a study session within the coming year that involves the council and an ad hoc committee.
The Oro Valley Town Council meeting’s agenda for May 7 was set for a simple meeting where the council considered making a private street public, it listened to a couple of presentations, adopted the tentative budget for the next fiscal year, and to look at the manner in which people are appointed for boards and commissions within the town. But with a divided council and recent public remarks made by council members about the police department, the meeting was filled with dissention and the destabilization of a collaborative council.
Mayor Ed Honea and Councilwoman Patti Comerford and Sam Khayat, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Jim Click, take part in a ribbon cutting ceremony at the grand opening of Jim Click Used Cars Northwest.
Jim Click Used Cars Northwest celebrated its grand opening with KIIM FM and the public on Saturday, Jan. 18 at its newest location on the northwest side of Tucson.
When there is a group of elected officials coming together to create laws, set budgets and decide some of the important issues citizens face in their everyday lives, nothing says that group of lawmakers has to get along, or even like each other.
At the Nov. 20, Oro Valley Town Council meeting Councilwoman Snider made reference to a Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Prescott, thanking the Oro Valley Police Department for lending assistance to that community in the safe escort of some of the bodies of the 19 fallen fire fighters that perished in the Yarnell fire.
Rising tensions between the Continental Ranch Homeowner’s Association Board and some neighborhood residents prompted a number of newcomers to run in the annual board of directors’ election. The results were finalized late last month.
After having councilwoman Roxanne Ziegler ask for his resignation about four months ago, John Lambert, president of Continental Ranch Homeowners Association, turned the tables at the Town of Marana meeting on Nov. 6 by asking for Ziegler’s resignation from council. Ziegler was excused and not present at the meeting.
Last week, event organizers held the 11th annual Project Graduation Business Breakfast with the intention of getting people interested in helping and donating to the cause.
Despite residential opposition, the Marana Town Council approved the Twin Peaks Oasis Annexation in a 4-3 vote, which will annex 36.79 acres into the town.
A tentative increase in the Oro Valley Police Department’s budget this year was a cause for concern for some members of council during a study session last Wednesday at Town Hall.
The winners of the bed race pose with Mayor Ed Honea and Councilwoman Carol McGorray. The team was named Hell Racing Jalapeños.