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Surveys available for the future of Cherrybell Main Post Office

YOUR OPINIONS MATTER ABOUT IMPENDING POSTAL CONSOLIDATION - Two surveys - one for businesses and one for the community - are online to gauge reaction to the second phase of the mail processing consolidation, which would move most of Tucson's main postal operations on South Cherrybell Stravenue to Phoenix.

Opponents complain that the consolidation, scheduled for July 11, would delay mail delivery in Tucson. If the consolidation moves forward as proposed, the only function left at the Cherrybell station would be retail services and P.O. boxes. Tucson

Vice Mayor Richard Fimbres and a coalition of community leaders launched the bilingual surveys to hear about Southern Arizonans’ experience with the U.S. Postal Service. The findings will be passed on to U.S. Rep. Martha McSally and other congressional delegations to be presented to U.S. Postmaster General Megan Brennan, said Fimbres. The ultimate goal is to have a moratorium issued against Tucson’s consolidation, he said.

The online surveys will be available until May 30.
Postal survey for businesses:
Postal survey for community:


CFA's May Newsletter

CFA's May Newsletter is available for download.


Next Meeting is May 7th at 7PM

 The next Catalina Foothills Association Board meeting is at 7PM on May 7th, 2015 at Atria Compana del Rio which is located at 1550 E. River Road.


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Catalina Foothills Association Annual Meeting 2015

The annual meeting is Monday February 2, 2015 at 6:30 pm in the Murphey Gallery of St Philips in the Hills Church.  Mayor John Rothschild will discuss economic issues and growth in the City of Tucson.


Nextdoor App

Some of our residents are using Nextdoor to keep track of what is going on in their neighborhood.  Learn more and see if it is right for you here:

From their site: "Nextdoor is the private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It's the easiest way for you and your neighbors to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world. And it's free."