|Goodbye and Good Luck to Dyer Lytle|
Dyer Lytle is leaving Jefferson Park and moving to Flagstaff. During his tenure as president of JPNA, Dyer faced many challenges: apathy and diminishing resident participation, increasing influx of predatory development, and student behavior which threatened the way of life in our historic mid-city neighborhood. Dyer met these challenges, effectively laying the groundwork for future precedent-setting rulings that support Tucson neighborhoods. His quiet and dependable leadership helped launch Jefferson Park Neighborhood as “The Little Neighborhood That Could”. Dyer, we wish you all the best in your new life in Flagstaff! Don’t forget us!
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Non-Emergency calls to the Police 791-4444 (daytime)
Police –Division West
Helicopter Noise Calls
694-6533 (UMC Security)
Code Violation 791-5843
Mosquito Hotline 243-7999
Graffiti Removal 792-2489
Karin Uhlich, Council Member 791-4711
Ward III Office www.tucsonaz.gov/ward3
Tamara Prime, Ward III Office, Chief of Staff 791-4711
Animal Control (to report strays) 243-5900
Dogs are not allowed in the Jefferson Park schoolyard park as per Tucson Parks and Recreation.
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