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  • March 1, 2019 – Vol. 4, No. 9

    Jobs for teens, help for taxpayers, coding for kids
    Last chance to apply for Summer Youth Program
    Youth age 14-21 have just over a week left to apply for Pima County’s Summer Youth Employment Program. The deadline is Friday, March 8, to secure a summer job with employers ranging from medical providers to recreation centers to the County Attorney’s Office.

    Procurement Office transitions to new document management system
    March will be a busy month for Pima County's Procurement Department, with the rollout of a streamlined system for contracts and a pair of open houses, one for County employees and another for the public. Perhaps fittingly, the flurry of activity falls during National Procurement Month, created to honor the hard work of government central procurement offices.

    See what’s cooking at Canoa Ranch Heritage Fair March 9
    Soak up some Western history, shop for antiques and collectibles and get your own copy of the newly published Canoa Ranch cookbook at the spring Heritage Fair at Historic Canoa Ranch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 9

    Four more weeks to get free tax help
    County employees and members of the public still have four more weeks to get their taxes prepared - for free - if they have family incomes of under $66,000. Pima County is again teaming with United Way and its Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to offer free tax-preparation assistance. 
    VITA enables taxpayers to bring in their documents, which are reviewed, scanned, and uploaded to a secure server. It usually takes about 20 minutes. Seven to 10 days later (sometimes faster), the return is securely emailed or can be picked up at a VITA site. 

    PACC remove snearly two dozen cats from home
    Pima Animal Care Center assisted with the removal of 21 cats from a home located near Elm Street and Stone Avenue Feb. 26. Animal Protection Officers responded to a call to assist a Tucson police officer. 

    Library’s Code Club extends learning
    The computers are busy at northwest Tucson's Nanini Library where kids age 8 and up are learning programming languages thanks to access to software and online coding communities.

    Health Department stakeholder meetings extended
    The Pima County Health Department will seek input through March 4 on proposed county ordinance changes related to the sale and purchase of tobacco products. 

    See illegal dumping? Call DEQ
    Did you know Pima County's Department of Environmental Quality handles all code enforcement related to solid waste and illegal dumping? KGUN 9 rode along with one of their code enforcement officers to learn more.

    from the Steampunk Convention March 8-10 at Old Tucson to a two-mile guided hike with a Pima County naturalist March 5 on Brown Mountain Trail to the workshops, panels and, of course, thousands of books that is the annual Tucson Festival of Books March 2-3 on the University of Arizona Mall.
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