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With the end of the Stay at Home Executive Order and Arizona beginning to return to normal, businesses of all sizes will start to open their doors to welcome back consumers. While this is … more
Dear Solange, Thank you once again for taking the time to speak with me today. It is wonderful to know that local government is listening to our concerns. As per our conversation today, I just … more
As mayor of Scottsdale, I am keenly aware of the growing concern about the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Arizona. I want you to know that your city government is focused on keeping the public and our … more
Scottsdale is the result of forward-thinking leaders at critical points of its history. Leaders like Herb Drinkwater and Jim Bruner saw what Scottsdale could become and did what was necessary to … more
Former Scottsdale City Councilman and longtime community advocate Bob Littlefield in late January filed paperwork at City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd., declaring his campaign for the post of … more
In 1932, Frank Lloyd Wright created the Taliesin Fellowship, a community of apprentices and their families who lived, worked and studied with Wright first at Taliesin in Wisconsin and later also at … more
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And I’ll be in line at Home Depot for a holiday poinsettia on Black Friday to begin our holidays. Shopping local -- CattleTrack shops, SMoCA … more
Our state legislature provides less funding for education per student than almost any other state in the country. That lack of funding means the Scottsdale Unified School District must ask voters … more
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