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Government Affairs Update                       April 8, 2010 

 
 

Contact the Public Affairs Staff:

Director of Public Affairs
Colin Zimmerman - 382-8787

Click here for the complete staff contact list.

www.tucsonrealtors.org

 

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Call for Volunteers
Want to get more involved in your Association or with what’s happening in Government? Contact your Public Affairs team for opportunities: 

Colin Zimmerman (colin@tucsonrealtors.org)

   

   City of Tucson News

Vice Mayor Rodney Glassman Leaves Office
On Tuesday, Council Member and Vice Mayor Rodney Glassman announced that he will be vacating his council seat in order to run for the U.S. Senate against John McCain. Rodney was elected to office in 2007 and since his election he has worked hard to give the REALTORS® a voice and a place at the table with City of Tucson. During his time in office we have worked closely with him on many items and he has been an advocate of the REALTOR® party. Here are some of his accomplishments.

- Appointed REALTOR® members and staff to various committees including the Citizen Sign Code Committee, Residential Grey Water and Commercial Rainwater Harvesting Committee and Impact Fee Committee.

- Worked with Tucson Electric Power and the REALTORS® to allow power to be turned on in foreclosed homes for inspection periods.

- Worked to try and suspend impact fees during this economic crisis.

- Voted against development fee increase which affects affordability.

The Tucson Association of REALTORS® wants to thank Rodney for his work at the City of Tucson and his public service. Elected office is often a thankless job and Rodney has worked hard to be voice for the Tucson Association of REALTORS®. We want to wish him luck in his future endeavors and we look forward to continuing to work with Ward 2 and the City of Tucson on all real estate issues.

 
 
 
Tucson Association of REALTORS® & Tucson Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service, Inc.
2445 N. Tucson Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716
Association Phone: 520-327-4218, MLS Phone: 520-795-1293, Fax: 520-322-6613
For more information about the Association, please visit our website at www.tucsonrealtors.org.