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ICYMI: Geico Expands in Tucson

A 200,000-square-foot building under construction at 36th Street and Kino Parkway is set to open in May 2019, bringing 700 jobs to Tucson. In the Tucson 12 video below, watch Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, Vice Mayor Richard Fimbres, and Geico's president and CEO speak about the importance of the company's expansion in Tucson.

Medical Marijuana Ordinance Open House

The City of Tucson Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) are seeking feedback regarding Medical Marijuana regulations to help address approaching expiration of the governing ordinance on January, 31 2019. On or before this date, the Mayor and Council must extend the date, remove the date, or let the ordinance expire. This is why your feedback is so important!

City Hiring Business Analyst for Water Department

The City of Tucson is recruiting a business analyst for Tucson Water. Duties include supporting the Utility Billing application and related systems, working as part of a team to help with maintenance of an IBMi server, and supporting end-users to help resolve issues. The analyst also serves as liaison with the Information Technology department, City and County staff, and vendors to evaluate, test, and support system upgrades.

Steve K's Newsletter 10/1/18

Topics in this issue...

  • Maynards to the Moon
  • Be Kind
  • Half-Staff
  • Domestic Violence & Trafficking
  • Water Security
  • Three More Environmental Issues
  • Infill Incentive District
  • Census 2020
  • Candidate Debate
  • Local Tucson
  • Palo Verde Neighborhood Association
  • Garden District Porch Fest
  • Events & Entertainment

National Night Out Event Tomorrow

The Balboa Heights neighborhood is hosting a free, family event tomorrow, Oct. 2, to celebrate National Night Out. The 5-8 p.m. gathering will be held at the Marty Birdman Community Center at Balboa Heights Park, 2536 N. Castro Ave. Enjoy a movie, hot dogs, popcorn, snow cones, youth entertainment, mariachis, dancing, and more.

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign promoting police and community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make neighborhoods safer. 


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