Decision 2019: Prosperity of Scottsdale hangs in balance

In a few months Scottsdale voters will begin receiving their 2019 ballot containing two initiatives that could shape the city for years to come. [...] Continue Reading →

Quarter horse association endorses Scottsdale bonds, community leaders join campaign

The Arizona Quarter Horse Association has announced it is strongly supporting the trio of Scottsdale bond measures on the November 2019 ballot. [...] Continue Reading →

Derouin: To maintain Scottsdale the time to act is now

My family and I moved to Scottsdale in 1985; we love it here. In November, voters will be asked to approve three bond questions, known as [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools issues call for M&O override election

At its June 11 regular monthly meeting, the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board unanimously approved a resolution calling for a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS supports upcoming bond election

The Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS has announced its support of three, new ballot measures that will promote overall quality of life [...] Continue Reading →

Police Officers of Scottsdale Association endorses city bond measures

The Police Officers of Scottsdale Association — which represents Scottsdale police sworn officers and civilian employees — has [...] Continue Reading →

Austin: Behind Scottsdale’s dubious bond survey

I have nothing to lose by being totally honest and transparent. Like me or despise me, I am honest. That can’t be said that about Jason Rose, [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale bond campaign adds 3 co-chairs to leadership

The campaign in favor of three Scottsdale bond measures on the November 2019 ballot has named additional co-chairs and steering committee members [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: Why did you move to Scottsdale?

Very few people who live in Scottsdale are natives, so my question to you is — Why did you move here? I chose to move to Scottsdale because [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: ‘Yes’ at the November election will be worth any small cost to fund bond projects

On Nov. 5, 2019 Scottsdale voters will be asked to approve three bond questions totaling $319 million to fund capital projects in Scottsdale. [...] Continue Reading →