Austin: Regulating Scottsdale’s scooter mayhem is a fool’s errand

We must have well planned infrastructure to accommodate cars, pedestrians and scooters/electric bikes. I have repeatedly expressed my concern [...] Continue Reading →

Davis: Shared use path projects deserve consideration for bond election

The City of Scottsdale is preparing for a bond election, one that will likely be called later this year. Bond elections are a fact of life for [...] Continue Reading →

Serena: How to improve the municipal planning process, community outreach

I am approaching the mid-point of serving my first term on Scottsdale’s Planning Commission. This position has provided me a first-hand [...] Continue Reading →

Dolphinaris ships remaining dolphins housed near Scottsdale to Virgin Islands

Four dolphins being transferred from Dolphinaris Arizona have arrived safely in their new home: Coral World Ocean Park, which is a U.S. licensed [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale attorney disbarred following state bar investigation

The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court along with a Disciplinary Hearing Panel ordered attorney Marcy E. Golomb of [...] Continue Reading →

Valley of the Sun JCC to host community Purim carnival

Now in its third year, the Valley of the Sun JCC’s, 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, annual Purim carnival has grown into a true community [...] Continue Reading →

Senior Scottsdale prosecutor retires amid HR review

Scottsdale City Prosecutor, Caron Close, has reportedly retired after 21 years of employment following a human resources review. The City of [...] Continue Reading →

Meet the principal: Navajo Elementary School’s Matthew Patzlaff

Name: Matthew Patzlaff School: Navajo Elementary School Town/Neighborhood: North Scottsdale/ North Phoenix area What I’m excited about and why: [...] Continue Reading →

Heath: Beware of Scottsdale’s ‘angry mob’

Before we move too far away from the last election, I think it’s important to revisit Prop 420, because the group that orchestrated the [...] Continue Reading →

Germek: Museum Square proposal is too tall of an order for Old Town

The Museum Square Project as proposed will seal the fate of Old Town Scottsdale through changes in zoning, variances and acceptance of proforma [...] Continue Reading →