City of South Tucson 

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The City of South Tucson, the pueblo within a city, is a mosaic of history and culture. Sure, it has a great deal of problems. But the color it brings to our surroundings is incomparable.
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The City of South Tucson City Hall on 1601 S. 6th Ave.
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The legendary El Casino Ballroom, 437 E. 26th St.
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Primavera Foundation's low-rent housing project for grandparents raising their grandchildren, Las Abuelitas. The complex is located across the street from El Casino Ballroom.
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The South Tucson Housing Authority has about 100 low-income homes and apartments for families, senior citizens and people with disabilities.
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One of 50 Housing Authority homes.
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Sights on South Tenth Avenue.
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The City of South Tucson has an epidemic of anonymous landlords who neglect their properties.
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The South Fourth Avenue corridor offers some of the best Mexican food restaurants in the area.
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According to statistics, more than 80 percent of households in the City of South Tucson—with at least one working family member—are on food stamps.
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A mural behind the South Tucson Fire Department.
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Primavera Foundation's low-rent housing project for grandparents raising their grandchildren, Las Abuelitas. The complex is located across the street from El Casino Ballroom.

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