The Bright Stuff 

A new nonprofit wants change at the county—and is willing to spend dollars to see it happen

Michael Farley is unhappy with Pima County's leadership—and he plans to do something about it. Farley has a reason to be upset with the county. He owns vacant land at the intersection of Kolb and Valencia roads and had been planning on…

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