Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Remember, Weekly World Central contributor Dave Devine's guest commentary on the city's adoption of an overlay zone near the UA and the city's botched rejection of the signatures collected for a referendum to go to the voters? (Tim Vanderpool also did an excellent story further explaining the issue that you can read here).
A lawsuit was filed last month, and although an argument to protect the petition process and to determine the signatures were valid was rejected by the court — plaintiffs went back to court yesterday to appeal represented by Tucson Attorney Bill Risner.
Below is a video of the arguments made before the appellate court. Go to the YouTube page here to look at other relevant legal documents.