For the meantime, the Ward 5 office is closed. Staff can be contacted for the meantime by Email.
Dear Family, Friends, and Business Associates:
Christmas is just a few weeks away, and with today's continued economy struggles and increase in family needs for the less privileged, your financial help is needed.
We have received some good news from our federal lobbyists about the Cherrybell Post Office.
It had been announced on several different occasions by the Postal Service that Cherrybell was scheduled to close by February 2013.
Thanks to Congressman Barber, Grijalva, the Mayor and Council advocacy, Tracy Tucker and our federal lobbyists, businesspeople such as George Kalil of Kalil bottling and all concerned citizens who have spoken out on this issue, the Postal Service have pushed the date back to May 2014.
Councilmember Richard Fimbres and his staff wants to wish everyone a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday. The Ward 5 Council Office will be closed for Thanksgiving and on Friday, November 23.
The Thanksgiving Day holiday will be observed on Thursday, November 22, 2012. Residential and commercial trash and recycling will not be collected on Thursday. All City of Tucson residential and customers with regular Thursday or Friday se
El Regidor del Distrito 5, Richard Fimbres a presentado una resolución para la consideración del Alcalde y los Regidores de la ciudad para pronunciarse en apoyo del Acuerdo a la Suspensión del Tomate.
The dedication of the Arroyo Chico Detention Basin Project took place on Friday, November 2, 2012.
This was the third phase of an effort which started with the construction of the Randolph South Detention Basins in 1996 and the Cherry Field Detention Basins in 2008.
Ward 5 Councilmember Richard Fimbres has brought forward a resolution for Mayor and Council consideration for the City to go on record supporting the Tomato Suspension Agreement.
Councilmember Fimbres placed this on the agenda, after the recent visit by the Governor of the State of Sinaloa, Mario Lopez Valdez, in Tucson. Discussions between the Governor and the City of Tucson included the Tomato Suspension Agreement and potential economic ramifications if this 16 year old agreement, between the United States and Mexico is terminated.