Dear Vail Community Over the last two years, Incorporate Vail Arizona worked diligently to make it possible for our community to decide if we want to be a town. On Tuesday, November 7, the resounding cry of the Vail community was No. We honor and respect that decision. Many of the people on both sides of this debate made new friends and deepened their love for this community. For this we are grateful. We believe these new relationships make our community stronger. We all continue to believe Vail has such great potential and now the challenge will be to come together to realize that potential in other ways. We appreciate all of you. Let’s continue live together as a people who deeply love our community. Thank you, Incorporate Vail Arizona
There’s been much discussion during the Vail incorporation effort about exclusion of “rural” properties from the proposed boundary map. So, what does “rural” mean? Attached is research into the Arizona Revised Statute’s (ARS) discussion of “rural.”
By Voting YES on Prop 402, an incorporated Vail will be at the table for RTA (Regional Transportation Authority) projects.
“Civility Urged in Vail Incorporation Race” (Op-Ed in 11/4/2023 Arizona Daily Star)
“INCORPORATION MAKES SENSE FOR VAIL” (from 10/31/2023 Op-Ed in Arizona Daily Star)
TIME FOR ANOTHER FRIDAY FACTS!
A MESSAGE FROM INCORPORATE VAIL ARIZONA
FACTS ABOUT THE INCORPORATION OF VAIL THAT THE OPPOSITION DOES NOT WANT YOU TO SEE
17 DECEPTIONS BY THE ANTI INCORPORATION GROUP (AKA INFORM VAIL ARIZONA)
NOW ANOTHER WAY TO GET THE REAL INFORMATION ABOUT INCORPORATING VAIL, ARIZONA –
Tucson Metro Chamber endorsement
WHY WE NEED TO INCORPORATE VAIL ARIZONA
HEY, IT’S FRIDAY! TIME FOR ANOTHER FRIDAY FACTS!
IF YOU BELIEVE THAT VAIL SHOULD BE INCORPORATED, THEN BE A PART OF ITS INTERIM COUNCIL!
OCTOBER 3, 2023 If voters approve the incorporation of Vail, Arizona, the Pima County Board of Supervisors will appoint an interim seven-member town council to serve until elections for permanent council members are held in May, 2024.
SUMMARY OF THE FEASIBILITY STUDY
IMPORTANT VOTING DATES
9/22: Ballots Mailed; for military/overseas voting
10/10: Last day to register
10/11: Ballots mailed out
10/27: Last day to request ballot by mail
10/31: Recommended deadline to mail back your ballot
11/3: Last day to vote early in person
11/7: Last day to vote in person
For question or more information contact https://www.recorder.pima.gov
We answer your questions!
Tuesday, October 10th, 6pm (Cienega High School) Many thanks to those who could attend and a special thanks to our speakers Tom Belshe from the Arizona League of Cities and Towns and Tom Murphy, Mayor of Sahuarita. Stay tuned for the video to watch in case you missed the meeting.
Monday, September 25th, 6pm (ZOOM) Thank you to those able to attend the Zoom meeting. Many thanks to our speaker Mayor Joe Konrad from Benson and our moderator MaRico Tippett. You asked and we answered all 55 of your questions! If you missed it, you can watch it here! Please make sure to use the passcode.WATCH THE ZOOM
Monday, September 11th, 6pm (ZOOM) Thank you to those able to attend the Zoom meeting. Many thanks to our speaker Tim Pickering and our moderator Rob Samuelsen. The meeting ran over as we wanted to be sure all your questions (74!) were answered. To view the zoom meeting (please be patient with the loading) –WATCH THE ZOOM
More of your Questions Answered
Our audience on Next Door has been quite active and has asked us to answer their questions.
We hope these answers will assist you in deciding to VOTE YES for Prop 402!