Supervisor loses cool over land deal

land deal

land deal

On Tuesday, controversy erupted when the Pima County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to purchase land owned by St. Demetrios Church for nearly double its value, according to one appraisal. The lone “no” vote by Supervisor Ally Miller was based on her concerns that the County had agreed to purchase the property for $931,000 when a recent appraisal determined its value to be $650,000.

After the vote, Supervisor Ramon Valdez, who was extremely agitated during a discussion of the purchase, took to Facebook to vent. Valadez posted a rant on Supervisor Ally Miller’s Facebook page accusing her of promoting “innuendo and half-truths.” He claimed the information she shared was “so damaging to this community that I’m no longer going to sit by and allow Supervisor Miller to get away with it.”

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