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Category - District 4 Updates

Marla Closen for Supervisor – District 4

Marla Closen challenged Supervisor Carroll in May, 2015 to apply her fiscally conservative principles to help fix our broken county. Since then she has attended Board of Supervisor’s...

County Priorities are Full of Hot Air

  by Marla Closen If you had to pick, would you choose to have a Deputy Sheriff show up to assist you in your hour of need or choose to have the opportunity to pay $75,000 for a space...

RTA and Vail

by Steve Christy It would be an honor for me – if chosen to be your County Supervisor – to use my experience in serving on and chairing the boards of the Regional Transportation...

District Update 4 – Reflecting on 20 Years of...

On February 5, 2016, I announced that, after almost 20 years of public service, I will not be seeking reelection as a Pima County Supervisor. From my speech at the press conference: “I...

Christy Running for District 4 

Long time Tucson businessman and community leader, Stephen W. “Steve” Christy today announced his candidacy for the District 4 seat on the Pima County Board of Supervisors...

Vail Parent Network: Fighting for Change

We are finally #1, in cuts to education, according to an AZ Public Media article dated December 10th.  As parents of the Vail School District, our number one priority is to improve...

District 4 Visits Pima Animal Care Center 

The District 4 staff and I recently toured the Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) to re-familiarize ourselves with the inner-workings of this unique facility.  PACC is the only open admission...

Vail Community Action Board Makes Final Donation

In July 2014, a special meeting of the Vail Community Action Board was held. The result was a vote to turn the future of the non-profit corporation over to five members who had served as...

The Latest From Pima County District 4 Supervisor Ray...

When Pima County voters go to the ballot box November 3, they’ll be voting on seven propositions totaling $815.8 million that will give them the opportunity to address road repair...

The Latest From Pima County District 4 Supervisor Ray...

Pima County will hold a bond election November 3rd. The ballot will include seven propositions totaling $815.8 million that will give Pima County citizens the opportunity to address road...