Yesterday I attended both the quarterly Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) and the Sierra Vista Metropolitan Planning Organization (SVMPO) meetings.
At the TAC meeting, Mike Normand, the city's Public Works Transportation Administrator, went over some changes and possible changes with the VistaTransit system. He started with sharing information about the Fare Policy. Federal Transit Administration (FTA) requires discounted fares for elderly and disabled to be half t
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This evening some wonderful news was announced to the packed back room of Landmark Cafe. Matt McLachlan, Sierra Vista's Community Development Director, announced several things, the most exciting being the remodeling work being done on the Circle K at the corner of Carmichael and Fry is being done with funds from the West Sierra Vista Partnership Program grant! It's great to see this program finally in action! We also had some great news about getting American's with Disab
Yesterday was a busy day, so busy I'm just now getting a chance to post an update! At 10 AM yesterday the Arizona Supreme Court released their opinion siding with Pueblo Del Sol Water Company and ADWR in what was commonly referred to as the Tribute Suit. The suit involved the proposed Tribute subdivision’s adequate water supply designation. You can read the opinion here: https://www.azcourts.gov/Portals/0/OpinionFiles/Supreme/2018/16-0294%20Opinion.pdf As I stated before,