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Tucson mayor caught cursing at council meeting again

TUCSON – Mayor Jonathan Rothschild used profanities near his open microphone at Wednesday’s city council meeting.

The council was discussing zoning and annexation plans that may have allowed a large development near River Road and Campbell Avenue. All the council members voted to end that process. The mayor dissented.

“You guys are going to turn into Oro [expletive] Valley,” Rothschild said.

City Clerk Roger Randolph reached over and appeared to turn Rothschild’s microphone off.

“I don’t give a [expletive],” Rothschild said.

In June, he was also caught cursing during the call to the audience.

When asked for an interview with the mayor on this subject, a representative from his office said his schedule was full for the day.

A town of Oro Valley representative referred a request for comment to the Tucson mayor’s office.

Sam Salzwedel

Sam Salzwedel is an investigative reporter at News 4 Tucson – KVOA.

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