B Pombar 
Member since Feb 25, 2011


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Re: “Saving, Fighting, Lawyering

Let's stop playing games and wake up Tuscson. Why not step up to the plate and work with the Rollings family who have dedicated a lifetime preserving the culture of Tucson for many generations to come. It is time to stop paving paradise to put up another parking lot. I've seen the Rollings family attempt to work this out with the City of Tucson to no avail. The door was shut firmly in their face(s). It might be time for a change in government, possibly one that knows how to communicate rather than continue to waste taxpayers money. There is a lot of false pride, immeasurable greed and big egos. Time to get over it and settle with the Rollings Family so we can keep the authentic culture of Tucson alive for many generations to come.

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Posted by B Pombar on 05/08/2014 at 10:14 AM

Re: “Barrio Blues

With interest I read the Barrio Blues article in yesterday's Weekly. As a relatively new resident to Tucson, I enjoy spending time learning about the history and culture of my "new home." I've spent much time visiting the downtown and barrio districts. During the last five years, I've watched fiscally irresponsible civic leaders disregard many matters that are of extreme importance to the general public. Because of my employment, I've come into contact with the buildings that the article writer describes. In all honesty, the City of Tucson needs to start listening to the people who are trying to make a difference in their community. This is a case where the City of Tucson clearly needs to do the right thing. It is my hope that civic leaders take a good long look at the past, where they are now, and where they will lead us in the future. The mistakes leaders made with Rio Nuevo could be redeemed by properly restoring historic Barrio Viejo.

Posted by B Pombar on 02/25/2011 at 3:50 PM

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