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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
The Scottsdale City Council majority voted to kick Planning Commissioner Prescott Smith off the volunteer board, citing the amount of times he has recused himself in public meetings because of a … more
The good news for Scottsdale citizens is the Lane-Korte-Milhaven-Klapp regime, which saddled Scottsdale residents with so much bad development over the last eight years, is gone. The even better … more
The final campaign finance reports for Scottsdale’s November 2020 general election are in, showcasing the monetary investment each candidate made to win. The reports cover Oct. 18 to Dec. … more
After two previously failed attempts to draft and pass a state-required general plan, some Scottsdale officials are seeking to “do it right” this time around. “My concern is … more
Scottsdale welcomed its first new mayor in 12 years yesterday, when David D. Ortega was sworn-in and took office. He was joined by three new City Council members, who all earned their seats at … more
Just after 2 p.m. Jan. 12, Scottsdale’s four newly-elected leaders took the oath of office to represent their beloved community. In a private, outdoor inauguration ceremony held on the … more
While Jan. 1 represents a fresh start, this new year may feel like it lacks new beginnings for many people perfecting the art of hunkering down. That’s not necessarily true, however, … more
The year of 2020 was a marked one for Scottsdale — in addition to a global pandemic, the city endured a rough spring — but if history shows anything, resilience is a strong suit for the … more
The first approvals for Scottsdale’s “next big thing” — a large mixed-use redevelopment known as the Scottsdale Collection — barely passed City Council with a split vote … more
Scottsdale is on the verge of a new political era as Dave Ortega prepares to step into the role of mayor and three newcomers join the council. While 2021 marks a fresh start for everyone, … more
This year it seems more important than ever to focus on mental health and suicide prevention. 2020 has been a whirlwind of unforeseen events: COVID-19; Social distancing; Job losses; … more
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