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In the News (Tue 16 Jul 19)

  
  Pima County Attorney
The job of the Pima County Attorney is to see that the laws of the State of Arizona are faithfully executed and enforced.
The Pima County Attorney is a strong supporter of Arizona’s Public Records Law and of transparency and openness in government.
The Pima County Attorney’s Office is firmly committed to working with the community, businesses, and other agencies to prevent crime and to intervene early when young people need guidance most.
www.pcao.pima.gov   (419 words)

  
  Pima Democrats: Pima County Democratic Party Committee By-Laws
The purpose and objectives of the Pima County Democratic Committee shall be to foster, encourage, and promote the aims and objectives of the Democratic Party, and to aid in the election of Democratic candidates for public office, particularly in Pima County.
The facilities of the County Committee shall be available to all Democratic candidates on an equal basis, including the use of the Post Office Bulk Rate Permit at the candidate’s expense; however, candidates shall NOT use the return address of the Pima County Democratic Headquarters.
In view of the expectation of fairness and equal treatment for all Democratic candidates, officers of the Pima County Executive Committee and of Legislative Districts are encouraged to refrain from using the titles of their offices in public endorsement of candidates involved in contested Democratic Primary Elections.
www.pimademocrats.org /pimabylaws.html   (3618 words)

  
  Pima County, Arizona - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As of the 2005 U.S. Census estimate, the population was 957,635.
Pima County, one of the four original counties in Arizona, was created in 1864 when land acquired by the Gadsden Purchase from Mexico in 1853 became the Arizona Territory of the United States.
In the county the population was spread out with 24.60% under the age of 18, 10.90% from 18 to 24, 28.40% from 25 to 44, 21.90% from 45 to 64, and 14.20% who were 65 years of age or older.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pima_County,_Arizona   (632 words)

  
 Pima County News
County are rising steadily each year, but not fast enough to bring taxpayer revolts.
County residents are quiet - so quiet as to frustrate the county's tax watchdogs.
County assessor, said the lack of public outrage over property taxes was one reason he lost last month to Democrat Bill Staples.
www.sahba.org /pima_county/Dec12-04.html   (1463 words)

  
 Pima County Workforce Investment Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Pima and Santa Cruz Tech Prep Report of articulation agreements with PCC and schools in the Tech Prep Consortium
Discussion: Some trends seen specifically for Pima County: Gaming, medical, elementary and secondary education professions, service industry, building/trades/constructions, automotive, retail – in general, this is not an area that we train in because the wages are so low.
Here’s where it looks like this County is going…here’s what you have, here’s what you need…here’s the assistance that might be available to help you get there.
www.pimaworks.com /wib/plan9-7-04.htm   (919 words)

  
 Pima County Attractions
Pima County is home to some of the best world-class attractions in Arizona.
Pima County is also a birder's paradise with over 400 bird species found here annually, many of which are found nowhere else in the nation.
Pima County is unique in the way it has developed its land resources.
www.pimacountyattractions.com   (288 words)

  
 Pima County unveils conservation plan
TUCSON - Pima County expects 260,000 acres will be set aside in the next 50 years as habitat for endangered species through a combination of developer donations and purchases.
Pima County already has set aside more than 30,000 acres in the past seven years as protected habitat and plans to buy or obtain development rights to an additional 53,000 acres in the next 10 years.
The county has a system of guidelines calling for developers who request rezoning to set aside sensitive land for habitat conservation.
www.azcentral.com /arizonarepublic/local/articles/0106pimahabitat.html   (205 words)

  
 Pima County Board of Supervisors Candidate Sharon Bronson
Specifically, county ordinances must be tightened to promote orderly growth and prohibit the destruction of large saguaros and ironwood trees and other unique desert vegetation Rezonings should have time limits.
Pima County must lobby for state legislation allowing counties to assess meaningful school, air quality, and infrastructure (transportation, parks, sewers) impact fees.
Pima County should keep Kino Hospital, develop an integrated health care delivery system, collaborate with other health care providers like UMC and/or TMC, maintain an active rural health program including funding for a mobile clinic and develop a community based board/committee to oversee Kino Hospital.
www.azstarnet.com /public/election96/test/bronson.htm   (810 words)

  
 Case: LaWall v. Pima County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
As a result, Pima County employees are now receiving health insurance benefits for their domestic partners and those partners’ children.
This case was brought in July 1997 by the County Attorney for Pima County challenging the Board of Supervisors’ authority to spend county funds on these benefits under state law.
Lambda Legal represented five Pima County employees who enrolled their domestic partners for these benefits and who were allowed to intervene in the lawsuit, to advocate that the benefit plan not be overturned.
www.lambdalegal.org /cgi-bin/iowa/cases/record?record=59   (210 words)

  
 Pima County
The descendants of the Pima Indians of Pimeria Alta now have the Pima and San Xavier Indian Reservations, and their cousins have the Papago Reservation.
As originally constituted, Pima County included all land south of the Gila River and east of Yuma (roughly all that part of the United States acquired from Mexico in the Gadsen Purchase).
Gradually the huge county diminished as other counties were carved from it.
jeff.scott.tripod.com /pimaco.html   (472 words)

  
 Pima County Sheriff Department
This site is intended to assist the citizens of Pima County by providing answers to your questions and showing what services are provided by the Department.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is committed to your safety and well being.
The mission of PCWIN is to design, procure, deploy, and operate a regional public safety voice and data communications network, improve public safety radio interoperability, and to design, construct, and operate a regional communications center.
www.pimasheriff.org   (533 words)

  
 Pima County in 3186 images
The Tucson metropolitan area occupies the northeast part of the county and aside from this area, towns are small and widely separated.
Much of the county is part of the Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation and much of the remainder is covered by federal lands, including the National Parks, wildlife refuges and military reservations.
State Highway 85 traverses the western end of the county from north to south, and is the main access to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.
www.untraveledroad.com /USA/Arizona/Pima.htm   (272 words)

  
 Pima County trying to avert loss of White Sox
17, 2006 12:00 AM Pima County officials fuming over the potential loss of the White Sox are urging a state board to reject use of public funds to build a $76.8 million Cactus League stadium in Phoenix for the Chicago baseball team and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Pima County Supervisor Ramon Valadez sent a letter Friday to the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority's top executive asking that the agency not approve money to construct a stadium on a chunk of land abutting Glendale.
The Pima County supervisors also sent a letter this week to state Senate President-elect Tim Bee (R-Tucson) urging a legislative fix that would block the White Sox's possible move from Tucson to a publicly funded stadium.
www.azcentral.com /community/glendale/articles/1117biz-stadium1117.html   (557 words)

  
 BORDC: Resolution Details - Pima County, Arizona
Pima County will completely avoid unlawful discrimination in every function of County government and vigorously uphold the constitutionally protected rights of all persons to peacefully protest and express their political views.
All Pima County government departments shall affirm strong commitments to preserving residents’ freedom of speech, assembly, religion, and privacy, the right to counsel and due process in judicial proceedings, and the protection against unreasonable searches and seizures.
Any Federal, State, or County law enforcement officials acting within the Pima county are requested to work in accordance with the City policies and procedures, and, when cooperating with County Departments, to honor and guarantee the constitutional rights of all Pima County residents.
www.bordc.org /detail.php?id=115   (487 words)

  
 Pima County Regional Transportation Special Elections
A YES vote has the effect of imposing a transaction privilege (sales) tax in Pima County for twenty years to provide funding for the transportation projects contained in the regional transportation plan.
The RTA and the County Supervisors are asking everyone in the County to pay for the transportation plan, through a sales tax, instead of having people pay for what they use.
Through subsidy of growth and mismanagement of current tax revenues, the powers that be in Pima County have in essence maxed out their credit cards, and are now asking us for new accounts.
www.pimalp.org /elections.html   (1296 words)

  
 Pima County Industrial Development Authority
The Industrial Development Authority of the County of Pima is organized under Title 35, Chapter 5 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, as amended (the "Act"), and, in accordance with the terms thereof, is a nonprofit corporation designated a political subdivision of the State of Arizona.
The Authority has no taxing power and does not have the power to pledge the general credit or taxing powers of Pima County, the State of Arizona or any political subdivision thereof.
The individuals who make up the Board of Directors of the Authority are elected to a six year term by the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
www.pimaida.com /about.html   (352 words)

  
 Pima County Bar Association
The mission of the Pima County Bar Association is to provide service and leadership to the public and to the profession; to provide to all people of Pima County access to and awareness of the law, and to promote respect for and satisfaction in the profession
The Pima County Bar Association is a private, non-profit professional association of attorneys.
We have no affiliation with county, city or federal government, nor do we have any licensing or disciplinary authority over lawyers or judges.
www.pimacountybar.org   (91 words)

  
 Pima County Attorney - Mission
Misdemeanor cases occuring in Pima County are tried in the Pima County Justice Court.
It is posted at the Pima County Service Center, Health and Welfare Building, 150 West Congress, fourth floor, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.
Along with a standard Pima County application, a supplemental form for attorneys needs to be completed.
www.pcao.pima.gov /faq.htm   (1458 words)

  
 Pima County School Superintendent: Biography
From the very beginning, Linda Arzoumanian focused her career--and her future--on her passion: the education and welfare of children and adults.
Linda was appointed in December 1999 by the Pima County Board of Supervisors to complete the term of office of retiring school superintendent, Anita Lohr.
Linda ran for and was elected to the position of Pima County Superintendent of Schools in November of 2000.
www.schools.pima.gov /arzoumanian.htm   (899 words)

  
 Welcome to the Tucson Citizen
What the supervisors are proposing amounts to nothing less than county officials driving up to a homestead in Rio Rico and demanding funds for Tucson's sewer system from the property owner while pointing a shotgun at him or her.
There is very little privately owned land left in Pima County, and having the supervisors decide where we can and cannot live in the future is simply an affront to the people's free will and rights of self-determination.
Given the obvious duplicity supervisors display in regard to development activities within the county, Pima County residents should be naturally inclined to "just say no" to the magical Bond Fairy and to demand more accountability and adherence to free-market principles from their leaders.
www.tucsoncitizen.com /news/opinion/050304b5_quest6_con   (872 words)

  
 Pima.gov: Portal page for Pima County, AZ
Pima.gov: Portal page for Pima County, AZ Can't find what you are looking for?
Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Department would like your input on issues related to the management of Tucson Mountain Park...
View the brochure and Videos from the May 2007 State Of The County - more
www.co.pima.az.us   (146 words)

  
 PIMA COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION BY
Special meetings of the members shall be called by the President, or by a majority of the directors, or by the President at the request of not less than ten percent (10%) of the members entitled to vote at the meeting.
All meetings of the members shall be held in Pima County, Arizona, or at such other place as may be fixed by the Board of Directors and stated in the meeting notice or in a duly executed waiver of notice thereof.
Written notice stating the place, day and hour of the regular or annual meetings shall be sent not less than seven (7) calendar days before the date of the meeting by mail or publication to each member entitled to vote at such meeting.
www.pimacountybar.org /By-Laws.htm   (2358 words)

  
 Pima County Transit System
Pima County Department of Transportation is one of the largest transit systems in Arizona.
Pima County Rural Transit service provides thousands of miles of support made up of four service areas.
All Pima County rural routes provide connectivity to urban public transit services and airports.
www.dot.state.az.us /PTD/PimaCnty.asp   (427 words)

  
 Pima County Juvenile Court
In 1913, Pima County was required to establish a Detention facility specifically for youth.
Prior to this, children were housed with the probation officers or in the Pima County Jail.
Higgins continued to operate the facility, known as Mother Higgins, until 1947 when the entire Juvenile Court was moved to the County Court House downtown.
www.pcjcc.co.pima.az.us /history.html   (443 words)

  
 Pima County may put limits on payday loan centers
Seriously concerned about the expansion of payday-loan businesses, Pima County's Board of Supervisors is exploring ways to reign in the industry.
If Pima County acts, it will be the largest government in the state to impose restrictions, setting up a potential legal showdown with the well-funded industry.
Pima County officials, however, believe the state law is not so clear-cut and are exploring restrictions that it would allow.
www.azcentral.com /rsslinks/96852   (754 words)

  
 Bloomberg.com: Bonds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Pima County bonds were sold in 2002 to fund a program that would allow lower-income residents to lease homes that they would later buy.
In the IRS letter to Pima County, Charles Anderson, the agency's former head of municipal field operations who retired yesterday, says the agency is investigating whether Societe Generale did much the same thing by raising the price on bond insurance, which governments are allowed to pay for with their investment gains.
Those concerns are echoed in a June letter from the IRS to Pima County, obtained from the authority, in which the agency says that CDR received a fee from Societe Generale based on the size of the investment contract.
www.bloomberg.com /apps/news?pid=20601009&refer=bond&sid=aBa9b1kgSrBk   (1067 words)

  
 Information Disclaimer: Pima County Government
Pima County attempts to maintain the highest accuracy of content; yet neither Pima County, nor any agency, officer, or employee of Pima County, warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information published on this system.
Pima County may make improvements and/or changes in the materials contained in or described on this web site at any time without notice.
Pima County is not responsible for the content of any off-site pages.
www.pima.gov /common/disclaim.htm   (326 words)

  
 Pima County Sheriff Department
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department’s Cold Case Homicide Unit is responsible for investigating inactive homicide cases where the offense occurred in unincorporated Pima County, Arizona and the case is at least two (2) years old.
All inactive cases are reviewed by the Pima County Attorney’s Office and Cold Case detectives to determine the solvability of each case.
Once a case is assigned to the Cold Case Unit, detectives re-interview all individuals associated with the case, re-examine all evidence, and submit evidence for current more-advanced testing.
www.pimasheriff.org /coldcaseunit.htm   (312 words)

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