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Comments sought on Avra Valley plan

Citizen Staff Writer

Public comment is being sought by the city of Tucson regarding its Avra Valley Conservation Plan.

The city owns 20,000 acres in Avra Valley that were purchased for their water rights, according to a news release from a city environmental planner, Jamie Brown.

Brown said public comment will be used to help the city decide how it will preserve and protect vulnerable plans and animals in the area.

An open house is scheduled from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 16 at Ryan Airfield in the Javelina Room, 9700 W. Ajo Way.

For more information, go to www.tucsonaz.gov/ocsd/HCP.



Public comments sought on Avra Valley Conservation Plan

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