NoDDC responds to myriad campaign finance violation determinations

The city of Scottsdale has determined the grassroots organization coined NoDDC Inc. violated three state statutes regulating how political [...] Continue Reading →

Alexander: Prop. 420 gains support across the Scottsdale political spectrum

Proposition 420 is supported by the majority of Scottsdale voters, across the political spectrum. A majority of our City Council supports 420. [...] Continue Reading →

Activism transforms Scottsdale Desert EDGE debate into November ballot question

The signatures are good. Community activists behind both the Protect Our Preserve and NoDDC campaigns provided Scottsdale City Hall more than [...] Continue Reading →

Protect Our Preserve: Scottsdale remains steadfast in the protection of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve

The Protect Our Preserve Political Action Committee turned in over 37,000 signatures from Scottsdale voters to put a city Charter change on the [...] Continue Reading →

McLaren: NoDDC and Protect our Preserve. How grassroots are they?

The NoDDC and the Protect our Preserve organizations have run a very successful campaign in gathering the necessary signatures to force the issue [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale community on political EDGE as July signature deadline looms

Over the last several months more than 200 Scottsdale residents have pursued and gathered nearly 35,000 signatures to force a public vote on the [...] Continue Reading →

Campaign finance violations alleged against Desert EDGE Advocates

A complaint has been filed at the Scottsdale City Clerk’s Office alleging practices conducted by advocates of the polarizing Desert EDGE project [...] Continue Reading →

Residents opposing Scottsdale’s Desert EDGE proposal sue city

Arizona nonprofit corporations, Protect Our Preserve and NoDDC, Inc., have joined together to sue the city of Scottsdale to enforce the rights of [...] 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 →

Alexander: Campana update leaves much to be desired

I’m disappointed at the paltry update provided by DDCS, Inc’s Sam Campana. Six months have gone by since DDCS engaged the community. They’ve [...] Continue Reading →