The Daily Star lists reactions from supervisors and various others to the proposal.
Supervisors could decide the fate of the largest bond package ever proposed in Pima County as soon as Tuesday.
The $815 million bond proposal would pay for projects covering road repair, tourism creation, open space purchases, economic development, parks and physical-infrastructure improvement throughout the region.
So you would think that supervisors who have griped about the lack of road repair would be for this proposal? Silly you.
Supervisor Ally Miller said she will not support the bond proposal.
"There’s nothing on the bond package that we should be doing," Miller said.
Miller even objects to road repairs despite frequent criticisms of the county for not allocating enough resources to roads.