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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
While the four newly elected members of Scottsdale’s City Council are not publicly declaring victory, the unofficial results appear set in stone. Four days after the Nov. 3 General Election, … more
David Ortega is maintaining a positive attitude as his lead to become Scottsdale’s next mayor is unwavering upon the release of more election results. Maricopa County Election’s … more
Editor’s Note: The results from the Nov. 3 General Election remain unofficial and ballots continue to be counted. Final results will be available at a later date.  We extend the warmest … more
The latest drop of Maricopa County election results shows slight changes in the margins of Scottsdale’s winning City Council and mayoral candidates — but the group of top vote-getters has not changed. more
It’s not uncommon for candidates to report personal loans during the financial ebbs and flows of an election — but only one reported using $100,000 from their personal piggy bank. The … more
Betty Janik, one of the six Scottsdale City Council candidates, says the choice for voters is clear: continue on the same path or vote for change. Ms. Janik says Scottsdale is on a path where … more
One elite group does not know what’s best for Scottsdale, City Council candidate Betty Janik says, alleging discrimination that exists on some boards and commissions. While the topic of … more
Scottsdale City Council candidate Tom Durham, a lawyer by trade, sees value in adding representation from across the city to municipal boards and commissions. While the topic of diversity has … more
If there is one thing Americans agree on, it is this: Special interests funding political campaigns does not serve public interests. Without meaningful campaign donation limits in Scottsdale, I … more
The wild fire danger in Scottsdale has reached a decade high. The extremely dry weather and absence of a monsoon has extended the fire season. Scottsdale is particularly vulnerable to brush … more
For this week’s Scottsdale City Council Q&A series, candidates are answering questions about a divisive topic: Marijuana. As Arizona voters prepare to decide the fate of recreational … more
From the City’s website: The General Plan is the primary tool for guiding the future of the city. It contains the community’s goals and policies on character and design, land use, open … more
Don Henninger is the executive director of the Scottsdale Coalition of Today and Tomorrow (“SCOTT”), which states that its mission is as a civic and business organization working on … more
Scottsdale City Council candidate Tom Durham answers reader-submitted questions on short-term rentals and the Papago Park land deal for this week’s Q&A series. Mr. Durham is one of six … more
For this week’s Scottsdale City Council Q&A series, candidate Betty Janik answers questions on topics submitted by readers: short-term rentals and the Papago Park land deal. Ms. Janik … more
When asked about Old Town Scottsdale redevelopment, Betty Janik, one of six candidates for Scottsdale City Council, wants more residents to be a part of the discussion. Leading up to the Nov. 3 … more
Tammy Caputi has written an important article which appeared in the Independent, entitled Scottsdale’s Fork in the Road. As competing candidates for the City Council, we don’t always … 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
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