City of Scottsdale beefs-up legal stipend in Stuart case

An additional $75,000 has been approved to go to legal fees and costs in an ongoing litigation case, Stuart v. city of Scottsdale. On Oct. 17, [...] Continue Reading →

Meet Your Neighbor: Lipfert finds ‘constant joy’ in young granddaughters

Name: Ralph Lipfert Where I live:  Vi at Grayhawk.  Vi (pronounced Vee) is a continuing care retirement community located in the Grayhawk section [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Scottsdale voters deserve clear-choice vote on Desert EDGE proposal

Since last Tuesday’s Scottsdale City Council work study meeting to discuss the Desert Discovery Center/Desert Edge proposal many citizens have [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: how is it now OK to use tax dollars to destroy a chunk of that preserved land?

I am always surprised to see the names of attorneys and corporate board members on letters like that concerning the Desert Discovery Center. What [...] Continue Reading →

Austin: questioning Desert EDGE proposal doesn’t make us delusional, liars, terrorists or bullies

I had to catch my breath after reading what the DDCS submitted to the Scottsdale Independent newspaper, which was published on Friday, Sept. 22. [...] Continue Reading →

EDGE supporters: Scottsdale City Council ought to render final word

When our group of local community leaders, business executives, philanthropists and volunteers began work to fulfill the 30-year vision for a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale OKs trail design revamp projects in McDowell Sonoran Preserve

Two-year job order contracts worth $4 million each have been awarded to two contractors for Preserve trails design, construction, renovation and [...] Continue Reading →

Meet Your Neighbor: photographer, hiker Michael Brace documents Scottsdale

Name: Michael Brace Where I live: I live very near Horizon Park in Scottsdale. This suits my Chocolate Lab, Wendell, who has easy access to the [...] Continue Reading →

Stuart aims to corral city of Scottsdale through legal barrage

  Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated Mr. Stuart is a lawyer. He is not, but says he is a law student [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Desert EDGE proposal begins municipal, community inquisition

The latest iteration of what was once deemed the desert discovery center but now realized as the Desert EDGE is making its way through the [...] Continue Reading →