In an article in the Arizona Daily Star, Pima County Supervisor Bronson responded to an op-ed Supervisor Ally Miller wrote. The Star reported that Miller: “accused the rest of the board of “cronyism” for their decision to redirect roughly $872,000 in road maintenance funds once earmarked for mostly neighborhood projects in her district to be used to fix a section of Colossal Cave Road in Supervisor Ray Carroll’s district.
“Let me state this unequivocally: This decision was not about cronyism, as has been alleged by my District 1 colleague. This decision was not about retaliation or even about picking favorites. This decision was about one thing and one thing only: saving children,” Bronson wrote.
The road in the cartoon above was found adjacent to a public school in Supervisor Ally Miller’s district on Saturday, March 1, 2014.