Tucson developer sues to prevent vote on his project

Star Valley ParkA longtime Tucson developer is suing Pima County, arguing a proposed Board of Supervisors move to void his previously approved development plan would diminish an ongoing residential project.

The Arizona Daily Star’s Patrick McNamara  reports Joseph Cesare, a partner in the company responsible for developing Star Valley, filed the suit on Aug. 8 in Pima County Superior Court. It asks a judge to block the Board of Supervisors from voting on a resolution until the lawsuit is decided. The board’s resolution could strip the undeveloped area of the southwest-side residential project at West Valencia Road and South Wade Road of its plat.

Pima County Superior Court Judge Gus Aragon on Friday denied Cesare’s request to bar the Board of Supervisors from voting at its Monday meeting.

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