Sept. 13 Pima County FYI Newsletter

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Sept. 13, 2019 - Volume 4, No. 33

Law library

Law Library offers free legal resources to public

The Arizona Superior Court in Pima County offers dozens of free resources at its Law Library and Resource Center. Books, printers, computers and copiers are at your disposal on the second floor of the Superior Court building downtown.


Green Geek logo

Got Eco questions?

Ask the County’s Green Geek.

Looking for a better way to pass along your worn sheets and clothing? The best way to dispose of those PVC yoga mats? Or do you need some tips on how to cut down on your plastic usage at home and in the office ? 

Ask the Green Geek.


Spot the difference

Did you spot the difference?

Here are the answers to this week's Spot the Difference challenge. Be sure to like or follow our Pima County Facebook and Instagram pages and be on the lookout every other Wednesday for a new set of pics to inspect.

Every photo will feature three (or, in today’s case, four) differences with varying levels of difficulty. The next set of pics will be posted to Facebook and Instagram Sept. 25 and announced in our Sept. 27 issue of PCFYI.

Happy hunting!


Mexican food

Pima County proving to be a Foodie’s Paradise

In December 2015, Tucson became the first UNESCO City of Gastronomy designated in the United States, joining the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

Find out how the designation is bringing awareness to the food heritage of our region and showcase the local food scene on a global stage in this column by Diane Frisch, Pima County’s director of Attractions and Tourism.


Library books

Friends of Library book sale is this weekend

Bibliophiles will find thousands of books at just the right price at the Friends of the Pima county Public Library Book Sale, beginning today through Sept. 16, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., 2230 N.Country Club Road.