So Tucson is $30 million in the hole and the city manager gave his ideas of budget cuts to the city council. Councilwoman Regina Romero chased away Grand Canyon University which would have brought hundreds of jobs, employees and thousands of students to Tucson. She was behind the 11th paid day off for city workers to celebrate Cesar Chavez that cost the city $500k. And she also is a giant baby that doesn't get business, math, common sense. She was upset at the budget ideas to figure out how to deal with the $30 million shortfall. This is a tweet from a reporter covering the city council meeting.
Romero said she's not going to thank the manager's office for this budget.— Darren DaRonco (@DarrenDaRonco) March 26, 2014