Pima Paranoia: Sunday’s Comic

Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller correspondence to constituents

A big thank you to all of the Pima County residents, who made it out to the Transportation Advisory Committee Meeting, held on April 23, 2019. I cannot say enough about my appointees to the Committee, Yolanda Weinberger and Albert Letzkus, and all the attendees, who so thoughtfully shared their concerns, expertise, and ideas.

Unfortunately, County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry wasn’t so happy. He made his displeasure known in a bizarre memo. In that memo he attacked my very dedicated and respectful appointees as well as residents who begged for their roads to be repaired.

Mr. Huckleberry asserted that I “orchestrated a turnout of over 100 people, including busing in residents…..

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3 Comments

  1. Exactly what I was thinking when I saw that commercial…after wondering who still buys their bad pizza.
    “Given the scope of Pima County’s deliberate self inflicted neglect of roads under Dingleberry’s “management”, Dominos might have had to reconsider excluding Pima County from its pothole repair campaign or face financial ruin.”

  2. I wonder if Dingleberry is also attacking Domino’s pizza for its attempts to repair streets. Given the scope of Pima County’s deliberate self inflicted neglect of roads under Dingleberry’s “management”, Dominos might have had to reconsider excluding Pima County from its pothole repair campaign or face financial ruin.
    More proof that Dingleberry and BOS majority need to go!

    The Oracle

  3. Gee, the mantra acccording to Huckelberry, the voters have no place in the BOS meetings or any meeting for that matter, right Chuck, you ass.

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