Unofficial Scottsdale election results: bond questions 4, 5 pass

The unofficial Nov. 3 Maricopa County election results show that Scottsdale bond questions No. 4, "street pavement replacement," and No. 5, [...] Continue Reading →

The Independent examines Scottsdale bond package: Question 6

Scottsdale voters will take to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 3 to decide the fate of a $95.9 million bond the majority of Scottsdale City Council says [...] Continue Reading →

The Independent examines Scottsdale bond package: Question 5

Scottsdale City Council is asking voters next month to approve a $95.9 million bond the majority of the governing body says will pay for failing [...] Continue Reading →

Graham: The time is now to invest in Scottsdale

It’s time to invest in Scottsdale. It has been 15 years since we approved bonds for our city. I don’t believe we can afford to wait any longer to [...] Continue Reading →

Milhaven: Setting the Scottsdale bond-program record straight

Six members of Scottsdale City Council agree. The projects represented in the ballot questions this election are important projects that need to [...] Continue Reading →

2015 bond pitch illustrates selective recession in Scottsdale

If you have read the election information pamphlet for the upcoming Nov. 3 Scottsdale tax increase (aka, “bond”) election, virtually every [...] Continue Reading →

Taxpayers Speaking Out: Vote ‘no’ on 2015 Scottsdale bond proposal

As residents of Scottsdale, we are totally opposed to any form of tax increase the city opts to impose. Governments at all levels always say they [...] Continue Reading →

Phillips: 2015 Scottsdale bond program is ‘lipstick on a piglet’

To paraphrase an old saying, if at first you don’t succeed, try a different angle. This is what your Scottsdale City Council is doing to you, the [...] Continue Reading →

The Independent examines Scottsdale bond package: Question 3

Voters will be asked Tuesday, Nov. 3 to approve a $95.9 million bond proposal the majority of Scottsdale City Council say is necessary to tend to [...] Continue Reading →

Smith and Milhaven urge ‘yes’ votes on 2015 Scottsdale bond pitch

On Nov. 3, we are asking citizens to approve six ballot questions representing a $96 million program to help our city catch up on crucial [...] Continue Reading →