So heard the other side of the story from the other witness on KVOI. Seems Mr. Cuffari is lying.
JCC how civil of you. Have you even seen the supervisor meetings? Mrs. MIller has been asking questions at every meeting, asking about where funds are going if there is a way some here or there, to put thse savings into the roads. I have sent emails and her staff has helped in many more ways than Ann Day ever did. Anyways what was the big deal even just one study session (all other counties in AZ have them for budgets) was it really such a bother to the other Board Members?
We will if Tucson Democrats stop electing city council members who make hundreds of millions of dollars disappear into thin air.
When you don't have a record to fall on you resort to name calling and negativity. How little of you Ms. Bronson. Tanner bell is is a fine candidate and is much better choice because Ms. Bronson's "experience" has left this county in a sad shape.
Voters voted for the specific projects. Every project being doen by RTA was written into the law and when this was being discussed years ago they should have said something then. Not wait 6 years to say something. Widen Broadway and get moving on the dowtown links. I can't wait to see Aviation lead to St. Marys. Also ADOT is looking to extend Aviation to the Freeway on the South end with a new interchange. Lets get these projects moving!
Rip I didn't mean the investigstion into the RTA vote which I believe will bring criminal charges against County Administrator Huckelberry and Bronson. The threat of losing power and airing all the dirty laundry is terrifying to the county supervisors. In my post earlier I meant that the investigation into Mr. Bell was going to lead to no where. Mrs. Bronson is desperate.
Smells of desperation, because when this comes out that nothing was illegal, it will be clear that this was just all politcal. Its quite telling also that Chuck Huckelberry ended an RTA project on the basis that since Mr. Farley was backing a group to unseat the Board of Supervisors that he decided unilaterally, that the much needed project was dead. I thought to do that he must get approval of the board? If not then there are not checks and balences to restrict Mr. Huckelberry's reach, as it's been know for many years is that Huckelberry rules Pima County with an Iron Fist.
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