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Pima County deal with World View didn’t break bidding law, judge rules

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Pima County says it spent about $15 million to build the 135,000-square-foot headquarters it leases to World View. / Courtesy of World View Enterprises / Arizona Daily Star


By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star

A judge has ruled in Pima County’s favor in a lawsuit brought by the Goldwater Institute that alleged the county broke the law when it signed an economic-development incentive agreement with high-altitude balloon operator World View Enterprises.

In a decision on Monday, Pima County Superior Court Judge Catherine Woods granted the county’s request for partial summary judgment on one of Goldwater’s claims, finding that the county did not violate any state laws when it entered into contracts with local architect and construction firms without a competitive solicitation.


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