Metro Week

Kids In Juvenile Hall

Season 4, Episode 38 of 25

-In an effort to reduce the number of kids in detention, the Pima County Court opened its Alternative Community Engagement Services (ACES) Center last year. We take a visit and interview Division Director for Juvenile Probation Services Christopher Vogler. -Oro Valley residents are being asked if they want to adopt a secondary property tax to pay for development of the Naranja Park. We chat with Mayor Satish Hiremath and opponent Jim Horn about proposition 454. -Upgrades to two wastewater treatment plants have had a rejuvenating effect on one stretch of the Santa Cruz River that flows year-round. A conversation with the Sonoran Institute’s Claire Zugmeyer and Pima County’s Evan Canfield about progress that’s been made and what’s in store for the river. -Eight years after Major League Baseball left Tucson, the Kino Sports Complex is thriving. We ask director Reenie Ochoa about what’s going on at the center.

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