TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) -Tuesday, the city of Tucson’s mayor and council vote to extend the central business district for another 10 years.
Brian Flagg and Roxy Valenzuela walk around the block on 25th and 4th—the area the City of Tucson and South Tucson are separated.
“I see bars and restaurants coming in this direction that aren’t for the people who live in the city of South Tucson,” said Brian Flagg, who opposes a central business district.
Flagg says the differences from one side of the street to the other are stark, and something like central business district would highlight those differences even more.
“It’s like the world changes, and it’s much more low income, and I think that’s starting to change,” said Flagg.
Valenzuela and Flagg are part of a movement