Have you wondered how the bond on the ballot in November could impact the greater Vail area? Join the Greater Vail Area Chamber of Commerce’s first town hall to explore the different ways our community could change if the bond is approved. This is a purely educational event. It kicks off with a presentation of the bond by Pima County Manager Chuck Huckleberry followed by speakers from different organizations. We will finish with a Q&A session from the audience. Come prepared to get your questions answered so you know how to vote in November’s election.
Confirmed presenters include:
The Where’s What’s and Why’s of the Bonds: Chuck Huckelberry, Pima County Administrator
Proposition 425: UA Tech Park, Ben J. Tuchi, PhD, Treasurer of the Campus Research Corporation
Proposition 425: Sonoran Corridor and Roads, Chuck Huckelberry, Pima County Manager
Proposition 426: Southeast Branch Library, Melinda Cervantes’ Office, Pima County Director
Proposition 427: Colossal Cave Mountain Park, Brian Held, General Manager
Proposition 427: Pima County Fairgrounds, Jon Baker, Executive Director, Pima County Fairgrounds
Proposition 428: Purple Heart Park Expansion and Esmond Station Regional Park, Sandi Garrick, Project Manager, Pima County Parks and Recreation
Proposition 428: YMCA at UA Tech Park, Dane Woll, President/CEO, YMCA of Southern AZ
Proposition 429: Vail Sheriff Substation, Chris Nanos, Pima County Sheriff
Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll will also be in attendance.
For details about the event, please contact:
Executive Director at the Greater Vail Area Chamber of Commerce
Michelle Harrington at (520) 261-VAIL (8245)