Save Golden Pin Lanes

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Petition update

December 17, 2018 Update/ December 18 Calls to the Audience

Felicia Chew Community Projects

Dec 18, 2018 — 

Update: Members of the core team met with Brent Dennis, Director of City of Tucson Parks and Rec on December 17.

- The City currently has no interest in the property.
- The conversation helped clarify the current relationship between City and County.
- The conversation helped stimulate thinking and questioning regarding current practices, and next steps.

The core team continues with the work to Save Golden Pin Lanes, prevent gentrification, provide the community with economic equity, and to reduce crime in the greater community, and in the Flowing Wells area.

Feel compelled to share your stories, concerns?  Leave a comment below, or speak up at The Pima County Supervisors meeting this morning (December 18) at 9am (130 W Congress), and/or the Tucson City Council meeting tonight at 5:30pm (255 W Alameda).

Updates and information on the work to Save Golden Pin Lanes is available at :

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