Sunday, December 13, 2009

Friday Roundtable: Kozachik & Fimbres

Posted By on Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 1:39 PM

Our newly elected councilmen, Republican Steve Kozachik and Democrat Richard Fimbres, stop by Arizona Illustrated's Friday Roundtable to talk about the city's $31 million budget shortfall, roads, light rail, the downtown hotel and more.

Kozachik, BTW, wants to drop the city's lawsuit to stop the state from imposing non-partisan and ward-only elections in Tucson. Fimbres says he more or less supports the lawsuit. Both said they wanted to avoid the police and fire layoffs highlighted in this morning's Star.

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