As you may recall, Pima County tentatively approved a property tax increase that would benefit residential roads by nearly $20 million annually for five years. With that plan, ATB requested that Pima County have an Oversite Committee as the County proposed during the November 2015 Bond election, and what the City and RTA currently has in place. . The new plan for creating the oversite committee would be each member of the Board of Supervisors appoint two people each and the County Administrator will be able to appoint three people with a background in transportation planning and related experience. In addition, they will not just oversee the money collected from the property tax (given its final approval later this month) but all money that is used for roads by the County. ATB will be following the developments of this before it is voted on during the budget approval next week.