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Tucson city council to vote on change that would build new HAWK lights

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Tucson city council to vote on change that would build new HAWK lights

Tucson city council to vote on change that would build new HAWK lights

The Tucson City Council is set to vote on whether to make an amendment to an Inter-Governmental Agreement with the Regional Transportation Authority that would build two of three HAWK lights sooner than anticipated.

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