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Do you have copiers, scanners, and fax machines?

Yes, we do. Copies are $0.10 per page. Pay at the service desk after you've made your copies. Scanning is free. The copy machine can scan documents into JPG or PDF formats in color or black and white. You must save your document to a flash drive. Documents can't be emailed from the copy machine, […]

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How can I become a library presenter?

The Library contracts with individuals and organizations for: Hands-on workshops Presentations Special events Step One: Register as a Vendor Create an account with the Pima County Procurement Department Vendor Self Service Messaging Portal. Indicate that you provide educational services by entering Commodity Code 92400. Save the confirmation email you receive when your registration is complete. […]

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AARP | American Association of Retired Persons – 55 Alive

The AARP Driver Safety program helps older motorists to improve driving skills, prevent car crashes, and avoid traffic violations. Find a classroom course near you by using the Driver Safety Course locator to find a class using your zip code. National AARP www.aarp.org Telephone (888) 687-2277 State Collier Center 201 E. Washington Street, Suite 1795…

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City Managers of Tucson

Name Term C.K. Clark January 4, 1915 to 1916 (First by Resolution No. 348) C.E. Pequignot January 1, 1930 to December 31, 1930 (First by Charter Chapter XXV, Section 3) George R. Wade January 5, 1931 to June 15, 1931 R.E. Butler June 16, 1931 to February 21, 1940 George W. Seely March 11, 1940…

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Become A Library Presenter — Apply by April 25

The Library contracts with Individuals Organizations Performers Artists and educators The Pima County Public Library issues a Request for Proposal (RFP) and is currently soliciting for presentations, hands-on, workshops, tournaments, and special events. If you or your organization would like to contract with the Library, take three easy steps: 1) Learn more about how to submit…

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Library Administration | Administración de la Biblioteca

Mailing Address / Correo Pima County Public Library 101 N. Stone Ave. Tucson, AZ 85701 Telephone / Teléfono Reception desk: (520) 594-5600, Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Renew by Phone: (520) 791-4010 Fax number: (520) 594-5621 Director / Directora Amber Mathewson, (520) 594-5650 Deputy Directors / Sub-Directores Karyn Prechtel, Public Services, (520) 594-5605 Michelle Simon, Support Services, (520) […]

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Consumer Product Safety Commission

To report an unsafe consumer product or a product-related injury to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: Call the CPSC Toll-Free Hotline Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST at 800-638-2772.  (TTY: 301-595-7054 for the hearing impaired. Toll free FAX: 855-221-6466 File a report online, by email or postal mail. Find the information you need by…

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AIDS—Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

Southern Arizona Aids Foundation 24-Hour Anti-Violence Crisis Hotline (Bilingual) (520) 624-0348 or 1-800-553-9387 SAAF originated when three local agencies merged in 1997. The three original organizations were: The Tucson Aids Project (TAP), which was started by a group of concerned citizens in 1985 The Shanti Foundation, also founded in 1985 The People with AIDS Coalition of…

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