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Don: Mr. Stupp....As has been said many times you have a right to you opinion but not to your own facts. No one disputed mr. Zinkins right to monitor the expenses of the police department. But questioning the expense for providing escort service for fallen fire fighters is over the top. That disgraces the spirt of this community.

Arizona State Statute 28-664 clearly states that when you collide with an unattended vehicle you should seek out the operator or owner of the vehicle or leave your contact information in a conspicuous place on the vehicle. Mr. Zinkin did neither. The owner of the vehicle was informed by another and sought out Mr. Zinkin. The ONLY reason Mr. Zinkin was not charged is that the owner of the vehicle gave him a break and refused to sign the complaint. Those are the facts.

And what might your opinions be on his sexual harassment? Is that OK too in your book?

Monday, January 27, 2014, 6:07 am


David: Here are some true half-baked proposals:

1. Zinkin proposed that all town employees pay 10% more toward their health insurance benefits.

2. Zinkin also proposed a renter's tax for Oro Valley residents.

P.S. The Town of Oro Valley does not have a property taxes go to Pima County.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014, 8:28 pm

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