4 Lanes? 6 Lanes? 100 Ft? How Wide Should Broadway Blvd Be?
Back in 2006, Pima County voters approved the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) and a 20-year plan to improve or create roads, bridges, bike paths, bus pullouts, and more. Hundreds of projects have … Continue reading
Tucsonans Fight to Keep City Safe for Guns– Not People (videos)
If only Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik had kept his big mouth shut about this whole gun control thing…but, no, he dared to discuss gun control at a public forum, he sponsored a local gun-buyback-and-destroy … Continue reading
Kozachik Kickoff: Pima Dems Love Fest (video)
Yesterday’s re-election campaign kickoff for Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik was a Democratic Party love fest for the feisty Republican turned Democrat. There were nearly as many Pima County Democratic … Continue reading
Ward 6 Roast: From immigration reform to potholes, politicians answer voter questions (videos)
Although gun enthusiasts threatened to disrupt last week’s Ward 6 Roast, the event featuring a dozen politicians who represent midtown/downtown Tucson came off without a hitch. Organized by City Councilman … Continue reading
Let Kozachik spend his money in his Ward: I want my potholes fixed
Ward 6 City Councilman Steve Kozachik is not only a no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is guy, he’s also apparently very frugal. Each City Council member receives the same amount of money to run … Continue reading
Save Tucson’s Sign Code: Will tinkering bring back the ugliest street in US?
Cluttered with so many signs that you can hardly see the street, Speedway Blvd. was dubbed the ugliest street in American by Life Magazine in 1970. Being known as “ugly” … Continue reading
Contemplating Tucson: Kozachik releases city’s Strategic Work Plan
In a recent e-mail blast, Ward 6 City Councilman Steve Kozachik released a long and varied list of projects that the City Council will be contemplating and potentially voting upon … Continue reading