Weller: Voting yes on questions 1, 2, and 3 enhances public safety on multiple levels

The Scottsdale Firefighters Association’s support for Scottsdale’s $319 million bond package is based on far more than the much needed items that [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce endorses Scottsdale bond measures

The Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce has endorsed three Scottsdale bond measures on the November 2019 ballot and will become a supporter of [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale bond campaign comprised of community leaders

A politically and geographically diverse group of Scottsdale leaders came together Wednesday, May 8, for the first meeting of a unified campaign [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: Voice of Scottsdale reason ought to shape bond debate

The POP PAC (Protect Our Preserve Political Action Committee) has nothing to do with the bond package. Do not think that POP has the power nor [...] Continue Reading →

Serena: Committing to passing Scottsdale’s bond this fall

I strongly believe we should continue to invest in our city’s arts and culture. That is why I was pleased to see that the $27 million project to [...] Continue Reading →

Sturgeon & Norton: It’s time for all of us to stand up for Scottsdale together

Last year Scottsdale politics was dominated by the “Desert Discovery Center” debate. We were on opposite sides of that debate, sometimes taking [...] Continue Reading →

Norton: Scottsdale lessons learned, lessons yet to be learned

Scottsdale voters’ passion is driven by our true love of our city. We all care. We want it to be the best it can be. We disagree about how we get [...] Continue Reading →

Special election: Scottsdale City Council approves November bond vote

In an unanimous vote, the Scottsdale City Council has called for a special mail-in ballot election for three questions authorizing the issuance [...] Continue Reading →

Total revitalization of Cherokee Elementary School appears likely

Cherokee Elementary School should be rebuilt in order to meet established desires and criteria for the local school, architect and construction [...] Continue Reading →

City Council to host discussion on possible bond election

The Scottsdale City Council will meet at 5 p.m. Monday, April 15, to consider calling a bond election this November. Monday’s discussion comes [...] Continue Reading →