Marsh: Calling on Scottsdale Schools to pioneer reduced plastic use

SUSD, it’s time to eliminate the plastic waste. Did you know that every minute around 12-14 tons of plastic is being swept into the ocean? In [...] Continue Reading →

Jackson: Mussi commentary misses the mark on state revenue situation

Response: Why are lawmakers pushing billions in tax hikes despite record state revenue? Despite “record revenue” and tax cuts, education spending [...] Continue Reading →

Mussi: Why are lawmakers pushing billions in tax hikes despite record state revenues?

An interesting paradox has developed at the legislature this year. Even though state policymakers are sitting on record tax revenues and a robust [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: To conserve benefits of Scottsdale resident reinvestment is crucial

This month, the Scottsdale City Council is tackling perhaps the most important challenge it will face all year: solving the long-neglected [...] Continue Reading →

Brown: Credit for south Scottsdale collaboration includes City Council members

As a longtime resident of south Scottsdale, I have lived through the ups and downs of the area. I have also experienced the recent resurgence of [...] Continue Reading →

Norton: Scottsdale bonds, unfunded capital projects, and the voter confidence

Raising hundreds of millions of dollars of General Obligation bond funding requires one thing — voter confidence. The city made a horrible [...] Continue Reading →

Mahoney: Healthy eating on the go

A healthy diet takes dedicated focus and intention. So what do you do when you set good and healthy intentions when on the road? Here are some [...] Continue Reading →

Thornton: Independent Newsmedia pursues public record initiative

There are some truths that continue to be self-evident and in the 21st Century there is one I hold dear: Journalism is the practice of publishing [...] Continue Reading →

Pejman: A parking disaster is coming to an Arts District near you

The Scottsdale Arts District is about enter the Twilight Zone. In the near future, available parking spaces in the Arts District will become a [...] Continue Reading →

Germek: Museum Square, wait there’s more

In a recent article I highlighted the two most contentious issues voiced by the public concerning the Museum Square project — building [...] Continue Reading →