The open door for incorporation could be closed by the State Legislature in 2014. Maricopa’s cities do not want to share the state shared revenue pot with Vail or any other new communities. Read the full story »
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As I sit back and ponder the future of Vail and the upcoming election that will determine whether it becomes an incorporated town, I ask myself the question: Am I really touting government as a solution to government? Read the full article on the Arizona Daily Star website.
September 19, 2013
Under the assumption that people are referring to property taxes specifically, in Vail we already pay into the Pima County Library District, the Vail Unified School District, and either the Rincon Valley Fire Department or the Corona de Tucson Fire Department. This is the primary reason why the Town of Vail doesn’t need a property tax – because we already have some property tax based services. The City of Tucson operates its own fire department which, at least in part, justifies their property tax.
After 133 years - Incorporation is Right for Vail!
A Town Hall meeting regarding Proposition #403 to Incorporate will be held at the Old Vail Middle School on September 19th at 6:30pm.
It is the position of the current Board of Directors of the Chamber that the incorporation of the town of Vail will better serve its residents than remaining an unincorporated part of Pima County and/or a potential target of annexation by the City of Tucson...
Vail, AZ --- Members of the Vail Community Action Board (VCAB) endorsed the efforts of Citizens for Vail to incorporate the Town of Vail at its Thursday, August 8th membership meeting.
Pima County election officials confirmed that Vail incorporation will be placed on the ballot on November 5, 2013.