My family has been deeply involved in the zoo for decades and I’ve been an advocate for the zoo and the role it plays in our community.
Tucson's Mayor and Council approved spending $27.1 million ($19.1 million from the City of Tucson and $8 million from Pima County) for the Tucson and Pima County Eviction Prevention/Emergency Rent and Utility Relief Program, after a nearly four-month gap in federal funding.
Ward 2 Council Member Paul Cunningham and Tucson Parks and Recreation invite you to celebrate the opening of the pickleball courts at Morris K. Udall Park. The court renovations were completed using Tucson Delivers Parks + Connections voter-approved bond funds from the November 2018 election. The renovations included the conversion of four existing tennis courts into 12 standard-size pickleball courts.
Homebuilder Lennar, despite a year when just about every company large and small struggled, posted profits of nearly $3.5 billion. That’s a 24% increase over the previous year.
The City of Tucson's Housing and Community Development Department is kicking off the year with new ways to reach out to its various audiences and partners, one of them being the HCD Newsletter.
In this month's newsletter, read about:
Karin’s Ward 3 News and Updates
Last year, I received an email from one of our Ward 2 neighborhood associations. Due to lack of traffic on east side streets during the COVID curfew, street racers had seen an opportunity and grabbed it. They used those wide, empty streets for organized racing, sometimes with speeds over 100 miles an hour.
The @ReadySetRec van will be making an appearance at Vista del Rio Park (7575 E Desert Arbors Street) on March 11 from 2-4 pm and Claire Weeks - Terra del Sol Park (2001 S. Avenida del Sol) from 11 am - 1 pm. In additon to the regular play equipment, the Terra del Sol visit will include origami
For the rest of March:
A Message from Steve K...
Please find Council Member Kozachik's Newsletter at the following link:
Topics in this issue:
COVID and Critters
Flamingos at Reid Park Zoo
Small Cell Poles
Back in 2010, I was appointed to a vacancy after the previous council member resigned. The final decision to appoint me was made by the mayor and the five remaining members of the council. There was a community process: we submitted applications and we all had a chance to make our case to be appointed.