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The citizens of Scottsdale will be asked to vote on a new General Plan this November. It is a mail-in only vote. Ballots will be sent out in early October to registered voters. The goal of the … more
Old Town Scottsdale is home to award winning restaurants, hundreds of unique retail shops, and dozens of fine art galleries. It houses museums, performing art theaters, and historic sites from … more
Members of Scottsdale City Council are steadfast that they don’t want Old Town to be defined as a “metropolis,” but opinions differ on what should be found in the historic downtown … more
September is nearly here, marking a fresh start for Scottsdale’s City Council as it returns from a summer siesta. As council prepares to hit play on its 2021 session, many elected leaders … more
With the fall session of Scottsdale City Council just one week away, we asked the elected leaders one simple question: What is the biggest issue facing Scottsdale? Here what they had to … more
Scottsdale’s short-term rental task force has identified a handful of ways to strengthen legal enforcement and tracking of vacation homes. On June 1, the Scottsdale City Council voted … more
As more people, cars and buildings flock to Scottsdale Road, questions are being asked about the realities of the next era of Old Town. Mayor David Ortega says there are “several mapping … more
It’s official — Scottsdale’s general plan update will be on the November ballot as officials ask voters to approve and ratify the city’s guiding document after previous … more
Last month, Scottsdale City Council nominated a number of local residents to volunteer positions — one of which garnered mild attention because of his personal relationship to Mayor David … more
Most of us are aware of the STR “Party House Gone Wild” problem facing Scottsdale. This disruptive force is impacting and seriously disturbing many of our residential neighborhoods. … more
Scottsdale’s new short-term rental working group is halfway through its six planned meetings, with information and work already flowing from the municipal committee. During the past three … more
Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega wants to reexamine the Old Town Character Area Plan — guidelines for how development should unfold in that city envelope — but some have concerns about doing … more
Scottsdale’s chapter on desert rural land-use category appears to have come to an end, as the City Council agreed to abandon the effort during a May 4 work session. The city’s … more
Do you have ideas that could help the city of Scottsdale address problematic short-term rental homes in your neighborhood? Scottsdale’s new short-term rental working group, which includes … more
In an April 22 letter to city officials, Goldwater Institute officials estimate Scottsdale may be liable for billions of dollars to affected property owners if the desert rural neighborhoods zoning … more
Scottsdale City Council appears to be hearing concerns about its Desert Rural land-use category idea after pressure has mounted from outside constituents — concurrently, officials believe the … more
Will The Kimsey give downtown Scottsdale proprietors a much-needed shot in the arm? Most of Scottsdale City Council thinks so. The Kimsey — with plans that include a 168-room hotel, … more
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