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Scottsdale’s two mayoral candidates are proposing ideas to address redevelopment for the Old Town and downtown areas — a topic of much public discussion during the past years. A … more
Scottsdale City Council has approved the continued working relationship between the Scottsdale Police Department and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. At City Hall, 3939 N. … more
Scottsdale City Council candidate John Little offers a unique perspective of the downtown area, as he served in an executive role for the city’s downtown office for five years. Leading up … more
Scottsdale is entering into a new agreement with the Salt River Project for the continued recreational use of the Arizona Canal Banks. Scottsdale City Council at its final meeting of September … more
What does Scottsdale City Council candidate Tammy Caputi think about the city’s development? Leading up to the Nov. 3 general election, the Scottsdale Independent is hosting an ongoing … more
Five Star Development has provided a sneak peek into the Palmeraie Phase II proposal — a luxury mixed-use project sitting just east of Paradise Valley town limits — that will serve as a … more
What does Scottsdale City Council candidate Guy Phillips — the only incumbent seeking reelection this cycle — think about the city’s development? Leading up to the Nov. 3 … more
Scottsdale has spent just under $1 million on safety and sanitation upgrades to three city facilities as the city prepares to re-open public spaces. At a cost of $985,600, the Scottsdale Center … more
Barrett-Jackson Auction Co. is going live with its first in-person auction since January, but without the throngs of onlookers that normally dominate its regular Scottsdale shows to meet capacity … more
The number of new positive COVID-19 cases in Scottsdale has increased by 121 in one week, according to numbers mapped to the city’s nine ZIP codes. In total, 5,975 cases of COVID-19 mapped … more
The Scottsdale Police Department received a grant from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety in August, which provided the opportunity for the department to purchase a computer, a … more
Scottsdale City Council has exercised its power by authorizing a power company permission to install underground electric easements on city properties. more
As with any job, serving on Scottsdale City Council — a public, four-year gig — comes with challenges from a busy schedule to long meetings, stressful situations and everything in … more
A fundamental keystone to what makes America a special place is equitable access to quality public education no matter where a young person calls home. But despite this agreed-upon truth, for … more
Even in a pandemic, Scottsdale politicians are spending big to help secure seats in the general election. Scottsdale’s political candidates, who hope to be elected Nov. 3, are raising (and … more
At Tuesday’s Scottsdale City Council meeting, City Manager Jim Thompson presented the various actions municipal leaders have taken to assist with day-to-day life during the COVID-19 … more
Scottsdale will be moving forward with a strategic plan to approve a redemption of 2010 municipal property corporation excise tax bonds that financed water and sewer improvements. The redemption … more
The city of Scottsdale announced Sept. 21 that the face covering order, which went into effect in June, has been rescinded meanwhile Maricopa County still requires the preventative COVID-19 … more
With the upcoming November mayoral election drawing near, Scottsdale residents may be wondering what the final two candidates have to say over some hot topic issues that are pressing in the … more
Scottsdale expects to receive up to $1.5 million as reimbursement for expenses accumulated from the May 30 riot that occurred in Old Town Scottsdale. The Scottsdale City Council accepted the grant … more
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