Alexander: Yes on Scottsdale’s ballot initiatives benefit a vast community

I am voting yes for Questions 1, 2 and 3. I am so pleased with the inclusive process that led to the final list of projects. Citizen activism in [...] Continue Reading →

City Council to consider three finalists for city attorney job

The search for Scottsdale’s next city attorney is nearing a potential conclusion, with three finalists moving forward to interview with City [...] Continue Reading →

O’Shea: Scottsdale bond is essential to hosting top equestrian, tourism-driving events

Scottsdale is the only U.S. city in the running to host the International Federation for Equestrian Sports World Championships in 2022. That is [...] Continue Reading →

Green Building program’s 21st season begins with electric vehicles discussion

By choosing an electric vehicle, reportedly, more money and time can be saved, in addition to having less maintenance. Learn more about electric [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Water issued Arizona’s first permit for direct use of recycled water

The Advanced Water Treatment Plant at the Scottsdale Water campus became the state’s first — and one of only three in the nation — [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale ethics complaint against Councilwoman Whitehead dismissed

The ethics complaint filed against Scottsdale Councilwoman Solange Whitehead has been dismissed. On Thursday, Aug. 29, former Scottsdale City [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council OKs 32-lot McDowell Mountain Manor subdivision

In late August, Scottsdale City Council approved amended development standards allowing a 32-lot subdivision on about 40 acres at the southwest [...] Continue Reading →

Whitehead: ‘I would not try nor ever want to obstruct justice’

Scottsdale Councilwoman Solange Whitehead denies she would nor has she ever knowingly sought to obstruct justice. On Thursday, Aug. 29 former [...] 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 →

Phillips: Why I support bonds for Scottsdale’s infrastructure this time

Most of you know I have been a vocal opponent against past Scottsdale bond proposals. I felt those past plans would have burdened property [...] Continue Reading →