Spring training entities ink funding agreement to begin Scottsdale Stadium renovations

Scottsdale is on its way to begin renovations at the beloved downtown stadium, after a funding agreement for nearly $50.6 million was reached. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approves PHS validity amid neighbor complaints

After venomous concerns, the Phoenix Herpetological Society has received the Scottsdale City Council’s approval to “validate a long-standing land [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: To conserve benefits of Scottsdale resident reinvestment is crucial

This month, the Scottsdale City Council is tackling perhaps the most important challenge it will face all year: solving the long-neglected [...] Continue Reading →

Brown: Credit for south Scottsdale collaboration includes City Council members

As a longtime resident of south Scottsdale, I have lived through the ups and downs of the area. I have also experienced the recent resurgence of [...] Continue Reading →

Costanti v. Scottsdale settles for $34,000

Scottsdale has reached a settlement in a negligence lawsuit — Costanti v. City of Scottsdale — in the amount of $34,000. On March 5, [...] Continue Reading →

Norton: Scottsdale bonds, unfunded capital projects, and the voter confidence

Raising hundreds of millions of dollars of General Obligation bond funding requires one thing — voter confidence. The city made a horrible [...] Continue Reading →

Vision of a sustainable WestWorld operation emerges at Scottsdale City Hall

A formal evaluation of business practices, leadership and approach to management at WestWorld of Scottsdale is beginning to percolate in an [...] Continue Reading →

A time of need: The pursuit of service for the veterans of Scottsdale

Seeking a way to bridge the gap between veterans and the general public, one city councilman says he believes a Scottsdale Veterans Commission [...] Continue Reading →

Germek: Museum Square, wait there’s more

In a recent article I highlighted the two most contentious issues voiced by the public concerning the Museum Square project — building [...] Continue Reading →

Smith: An approach to financing Scottsdale Stadium

Scottsdale City Council is currently in the throes of refining a list of $437 million of capital projects to present to voters in a bond [...] Continue Reading →