Close & McLaren: Transparency, citizen oversight key to Scottsdale bonds

Scottsdale voters are informed, sophisticated and always want to see transparency in their city government and community institutions. [...] Continue Reading →

Greenburg: My Scottsdale school board investigation findings

As the result of private litigation initially filed against the “unknown owner” of perlebergforsusd.com by Barbara Perleberg in 2018, while she [...] Continue Reading →

Lukian: Scottsdale Development Review postpones Cabana on Hayden

Thursday July 18, the Scottsdale Development Review Board voted for continuation regarding the application approval for the Cabana on Hayden [...] Continue Reading →

McSally: Taking care of aging Americans throughout Arizona

I recently met with Tucson resident, Maggie Dickens, whose parents tragically lost their entire life savings — more than $750,000 in a [...] Continue Reading →

Anable: Kids may be device wizards, but we can still keep them safe

Do you ever feel like your kids know more than you do about how to navigate around on smart devices? We can’t monitor our children’s every move [...] Continue Reading →

Rosequist: The life-and-death value of car seat safety

As a first-time parent, there are a litany of worries, concerns and safety issues that consume your mind during the nine long months you’re [...] Continue Reading →

Robbins: Setting the record straight on Scottsdale quality of life bond pursuit

We wanted to set the record straight about a few things, including this year’s bond campaign, in response to Larry Heath’s commentary on July [...] Continue Reading →

Heath: Shallow development perspectives threaten future Scottsdale prosperity

This fall you’ll be hearing a lot about Scottsdale’s November Bond election. I’m sure many of the municipal projects requesting voter approval [...] Continue Reading →

Ecton: A ‘yes’ vote is akin to making an investment in Scottsdale quality of life

As a former Scottsdale city councilman, I know the difficult challenges of keeping up with all the city’s needs. Money doesn’t grow on trees, so [...] Continue Reading →

Success: Reinstatement of millions of dollars for our state parks system

“Endless pressure; endlessly applied” became the mantra for the advocates of the State Parks Heritage Fund — which after being approved by [...] Continue Reading →