Laundry Day In Pima County: Sunday’s Comic

Constituent asks Huckelberry why taxpayers being asked to pay $33 MILLION in interest and expenses for bond road repairs. Huckelbery explains options including how the county “launders the money,” and creating Certificates of Participation (COPs) debt…..

6 Comments on "Laundry Day In Pima County: Sunday’s Comic"

  1. The Oracle of Tucson | September 23, 2018 at 8:33 am |

    Chucky should give a weather forecast at the board of stupid meetings.
    This weeks forcast is unchanged from last week’s, it raining cash.
    The only thing consistent with Chucky and his transposed puppet masters are the lies, the betrayal of the publics trust and the constant need of more tax dollars to support the ever increasing depth of corruption and mismanagement of what we call Pima county.
    This years candy pot is Proposition 463, where the public will once again be promised a rose garden at the bargain price of only $430 million more dollars, one doesn’t need to be a crystal ball gazing clairvoyant to accurately predict the outcome of this windfall, just another overgrown stink weed patch under the sign reading “Rose Garden”. Yes once again the chickens will be counted before they hatch and Peter will be mugged to pay Paul.
    Before we approve anymore money for the bottomless pit of fiscal insanity, perhaps we should all ask where the hell did all the funding really go that should have already been spent on road projects?
    While Chucky has never publicly accepted his role in utter failure, instead always blaming others for his shortcomings, the voters will be asked to breathe financial life back into a corpse.
    Please vote NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO,NO on any and all request for more bond debt until we finally start to receive what we’ve already approved and have been paying for year after year after year.
    While the arrogance of Chucky and the board of stupid is legendary, it’s only surpassed by the ignorence of the voters who keep re-electing and refunding the same failed bureaucrats expecting a differant outcome.

    The Oracle

  2. ChuckChuck’s SALARY IS $1,000/DAY he is appointed and maintained by the Board Majority

    • And all we need to do is retire one of the Democrat majority to stop this criminal conspiracy against the Pima County taxpayers. Why can`t Pima County and the Arizona GOP recognize this and “just do it!” Why does Governor Ducey have better relations with Pima County Democrat Supervisors and Huckleberry than with Republican Supervisor Ally Miller who is continually harassed by the Democrats and theor media partners and their tool, Huckleberry?

      • Sadly, Luke, the answer
        is because Governor Ducey is
        a committed R.I.N.O. (Republican in Name Only)

        Until there is a change in leadership on
        the Board of Supervisors you can expect no
        changes in outcomes. You can be sure that
        the Democrats will continue to plot
        against Ally Miller who continually exposes
        their corrupt practices.

  3. I would like to know when the county will start recognizing those of us who live in the area of Puma county located on Alvernon, Drexel and I 10. The county should be embarrassed how our medians, roads , drainage systems look etc. etc. Unless you all have forgotten, we pay taxes too. You would never see this on the west side or North side of the county. We will not vote yt? Especially to another increase in anything until you stop wasting our tax dollars that we work so hard for.

  4. Last week I thought of buying an ark when the southside of Pima County was drenched with a tropical storm or something. Sahuarita Road was shut down in several sections between Nogales Hwy and SR83.
    Wentworth, Houghton and the newly opened Wilmot were all shut down due to flooding. Why? Because the roads were built and no one thought of proper storm drainage or small bridges over the many washes. No planning. Appears the county went with the low bidder and now wastes money on constant clean up after a storm. Law enforcement spends hours redirecting traffic at these washed out areas across entire Pima County. What a waste of resources.
    The thousands of residents who live in Corona De Tucson, Sahuarita and parts of Green Valley should demand more of the BOS & Chuck. All of Pima County needs to come together and vote a few of these crumb bums out of office. Then Chucky will go. And maybe, just maybe, the county can get back on the right track. Will take years to fix as these moronic space balloon lovers have been sucking the tax payers dry for a couple decades with their wasteful spending.

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