Pima County Headlights: Sunday’s Comic

Supervisor Steve Christy continues to look like a deer in the headlights… at the same time pretending to know what’s going on…. What’s going on, is that Christy is completely controlled by his special interests buddies and Pima County administrator Chuck Huckelberry…

Lack Of Confidence In Pima County Supervisors Doomed Road Bond
By JoAnn Marks

Why is Pima County, one of the highest taxed county, the only county in the country who cannot pave their roads and maintain them with the exorbitant money we already give them? I might add that Marana, Oro Valley and other municipalities in Pima have manage to do it.

This is the first question to be explored. There are 2 reasons why the bonds failed.

First, the people of Pima have No Confidence in Huckelberry. We have watched him do the money shuffle so many times are heads are spinning. Secondly, which explains your analysis on where the bonds failed, has to do with the consist rejection by the county to handle issues of the unincorporated area residents. I have no illusion that any of our interior roads will be fixed or maintained because as the county has told us many times, “they are not county roads”. Why the county would allow Certificates of Occupancy to be issued to houses built on non-county roads amazes me. It sets up residents for lifelong neglect by the county; however, the county continues raising our taxes (currently $5500) but giving us nothing in services. It is the ultimate of taxation without representation…

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4 Comments on "Pima County Headlights: Sunday’s Comic"

  1. Big bike race needed to use Thornydale. It was a mess. Can’t have outsiders see how we take care of our roads. It got redone. Maybe the race can use other roads next year and they’ll get fixed, too.

  2. They did the same thing on Freeman road as well.

    Christy was no good from the beginning. Too entrenched with the good-ole-boys.

  3. The roads and emergency services are the carrot that keeps the citizens approving of tax increases and bond approvals. Citizens refuse to approve of bonds to fund the Giffords Shrine, or Worldview, so those projects abosob our road money and then Huckleberry comes back to the citizens with, “We need a property tax increase and/or a bond to repair roads.” Thankfully, we have a watchdog on the Board that refuses to sell us out. Ally Miller has informed the voters done a great job of breaking down complicated subjects so that the average voter can comprehend the depth of the corruption taking place. We need another Ally Miller on that Board. Steve Christy is not the answer and has become a bigger problem than the Democrats on the Board.

  4. CHUCK HUCKLEBERRY” BUILD MORE SOCCER FIELDS THATS THE TICKET…..
    HOW ABOUT A BULL FIGHTING STADIUM DOWN TOWN AND MORE DOLLAR STORES????”
    TUCSON HAS BECOME A HUMAN CESSPOOL.

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