Tag Archives: Steve Kozachik

July 1, 2016 – Gun Sales at the TCC, Richard Hernandez

Charles Heller discusses why he thinks the proposal to ban the selling of almost all types of guns at the Tucson Convention Center would violate state law if the city council decides to adopt a proposal by council members Steve Kosachik and Karen Ulich.

Then Richard Hernandez discusses his failed attempt to gather enough valid signatures in his race for Pima County Supervisor and why he feels a judge treated him unfairly.


May 16, 2016 – Thank a Cop Day, Steve Kozachik

Bonnie Faircloth and Mike Feder with the Tucson Police Foundation join us to takl about the upcoming Thank a Cop Day

Then Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik joins us to talk about the demis of Greyhound Racing in South Tucson and what that could mean for Greyhounds looking for homes, the similarities between the Caterpillar deal and the deal with World View, and the future of the Sonoran Corridor


March 14, 2016 – Steve Kozachik, Marla Closen

We start the show with Tucson City Council Member Steve Kozachik. We discussed the budget and police cuts, his no vote on incentives for World View and his no vote on rezoning for Fry’s in the East Houghton Neighborhood.

Then Marla Closen joined us. She is running for Pima County Supervisor in District 4. We discussed her plans to prioritize the county’s budget so we can meet basic needs without raising taxes. She says that by doing so we can attract new business to Pima County and “get our fiscal house in order”


November 13, 2015 – Steve K, National Adoption Awareness Month

We start the show with Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik about the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the way Tucson runs City Council Elections is unconstitutional

Then it’s Author Craig Steffen to talk about his story of adoption and seeking to find his birth parents


March 19, 2015 – State Budget, City of Tucson Issues, UofA Update

First we talk with Juan Ciscomani who heads up the Governor’s Southern Arizona Office about the state budget that recently passed in the state legislature

Then we talk with City Councilman Steve Kozachik who gives us an update on the homeless that were living downtown

Then it’s a UofA March Madness Update


February 16, 2015 – Church Security, Homeless Downtown

Our first guest is Lisa VanHolsbeke who is helping churches develop security in these interesting times that we live in

Then we talk with City Councilman Steve Kozachik about the homeless that are living downtown and what can be done to move them to more sanitary conditions