Copper Phillips: If you are frustrated, fix the City Council — don’t punish Scottsdale

Participating in the in the bond campaign steering committee has been a unique experience; working alongside folks who have rarely been on the [...] Continue Reading →

City Hall looks to corral exuberance of short-term Scottsdale marketplace

Scottsdale officials are tightening their regulations when it comes to short-term rentals and unruly residential properties. On Tuesday, Sept. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale, Reiss family reach settlement regarding toddler’s death at fire station

A settlement will mark the end of the Daniel Reiss and Courtney Reiss v. City of Scottsdale lawsuit — which involved the death of a [...] Continue Reading →

Family Advocacy Center gets amended contract extended through 2024

The Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Department of Child Safety is extended June 1-May 31, 2024. An [...] Continue Reading →

Patient Alternative Relief Center expands space for medical marijuana

The Patient Alternative Relief Center fulfilled requirements for an amended conditional use permit to expand its medical marijuana operations in [...] Continue Reading →

Smith: A collaborative apartment development victory in south Scottsdale

This is a story that has a happy ending. And because it’s about apartments being built in south Scottsdale, I think it’s important for people to [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale pays out $1.4 million to local golf club in legal settlement

Scottsdale has entered into a settlement agreement with Scottsdale National Golf Club to alleviate a claim made against the municipality on the [...] Continue Reading →

$5 million approved to subsidize rent of eligible Scottsdale families

The 2019-20 annual agency plan for operation of the Housing Choice Voucher Program has been approved by Scottsdale officials, which financially [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Arts master services agreement takes form as new vision materializes

A new management services agreement coupled with an ordinance designed to regulate the relationship between Scottsdale Arts and the local [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: Supporting proposed Scottsdale Stadium upgrades can benefit all

It’s nearing March and we have heard the cry, “pitchers and catchers reporting,” the alert that tells us spring training baseball is about to [...] Continue Reading →