No Mo' Joe
Another one bites the dust in Supervisor Miller's office
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller dismissed staffer Joseph Cuffari last week.
Cuffari is the third staffer to leave Miller's office this year. Her chief of staff, Jennifer Coyle, and Roxanne Ziegler, a Marana councilwoman, both quit in April.
Cuffari made headlines earlier this year after Miller alleged that fellow Republican Supervisor Ray Carroll was bullying members of her staff. Cuffari said that Carroll had confronted him after Cuffari had made references to Carroll's daughter's tattoo, which he had seen on Facebook. County investigators found no evidence to substantiate charges of bullying.
Miller's former employees have told the Weekly that she is a frequently paranoid boss who is rarely in the office. Miller has feuded with her fellow supervisors and made a number of unsubstantiated charges about violations of open-meeting laws, pay-to-play schemes in development services and missing money in the county's transportation budget.